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Take our well-designed Italy tour package to explore this charming land. You will walk into the majestic basilicas, stand under Michelangelo's astonishing ceiling, get surrounded by Raffaello's stunning frescos. You will enjoy Tuscany's sunlight and taste the well-known Chianti wine. You will also take a Gondola in the Grand Canal of Venice, or enjoy a cruise along the Mediterranean coast. No matter you are a history lover, an art admirer, a nature enthusiast or a fashion follower, you will find suitable Italy tours here. Don't hesitate to start planning your Italy trip!
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How to Plan Your Italy Tour?
Best Time to Visit: Spring from April to June; autumn from September to October
Major Cities for International Flights: Rome (capital), Venice, Florence, Napoli
Visa: Citizens from the USA, Canada, Australia, and citizens of EU and EEA countries do not need a visa and are allowed to stay up to 90 days. The Schengen visa can also be used for traveling to Italy.
Money Tips: Euro is the official currency. Major credit cards are widely accepted, but cash is still necessary in some cases.
If it is your first time to visit Italy, Rome, Florence and Venice are your best choices to learn about the essential history, culture and admire the masters' artworks of this great country.
Venice in the north as a start, then to Florence, Pisa, Cinque Terre, lastly in Rome, this route covers popular cities, art, heritage as well as the beautiful Mediterranean coastline. For nature and sea lovers, Rome, Sorrento, Amalfi Coast and Capri Island could be nice destinations.
10 Days or More
The typically 2-week Italy tour packages would cover top tourist cities and important landmarks. You could go through the country from North to South or vice versa, traveling to the cities with glorious basilicas and honored museums, and enjoying the fabulous sceneries from Tuscany countryside to Amalfi Coast.
Trip Planning FAQs
Is there a dress code for entering churches or cathedrals in Italy?
There are so many churches in Italy, it is suggested to cover your shoulders and knees when visiting the churches and the Vatican Museums. To enter St Peter's Basilica, there is also a dress check, bare shoulders and legs are not allowed to get in, while skirts and short trousers reaching the knees are ok.
What are the foods that cannot be missed in Italy? Where to find the most authentic regional foods?
When you travel in Italy, eating is one of the greatest joys. You don't want to miss Pizza in Naples, Spaghetti alla Carbonara in Rome, Panzanella Salad in Tuscany, braised veal in Milan, Lasagna in Bologna, Cicchetti in Venice, and Gelato all over Italy.
Will there be a language barrier when travelling in Italy?
You can travel in Italy without speaking Italian, but it is recommended to learn a few words and phrases, which will help you a lot. Most Italian people can speak at least basic English and signs are translated into English.
How to order coffee in Italy?
You could buy coffee at bars, caffetterias or most of the restaurants. All the coffee is espresso based, a single shot of espresso is called caffè normale.
Things to know: if you would like to have Latte, you need to order Caffè Latte, only saying Latte, you will get hot milk, and they don't add flavors in their caffè lattes like Starbucks; Caffè lungo (long espresso) is almost like Americano; Cappuccinos are only served before 11:30am for breakfast.
Can I visit Colosseum Underground by myself?
The Colosseum does not allow any company to conduct private visits to the Underground areas. Therefore, you have to join in a group tour.