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Rome – Anguillara Sabazia

Benvenuto a (welcome to) Roma, “La Citta Eterna” (The Eternal City). This morning, we explore the wonders of Rome, an energetic, modern metropolis, yet proudly protective of its abundant historical sites, such as the Trajan and Roman Forums, Arch of Constantine, Colosseum and other highlights. And, don’t neglect to toss a coin in the Trevi Fountain. Around 4 pm, [...]

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Orvieto – Anguillara Sabazia

Motor southeasterly through the Tuscan Hills to the province of Umbria for a mid-morning visit to the picturesque hilltop town of Orvieto. We take a funicular to get up to the town. After leaving Orvieto it’s a little more than an hour to the lovely Lago di Bracciano, about 20 miles northwest of Rome. The [...]

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Pisa

This is the perfect place and time to slow down a little, with a leisure morning excursion to the intriguing Leaning Tower of Pisa, a visit to the unspoiled medieval town of Lucca, followed by a “Tuscan Wine and Cooking Class” in the special ambiance of a traditional Tuscan vineyard. Learn about the production of [...]

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Lake Lugano

Lugano, Switzerland & Milan – Bologna – Montecatini, Italy

Church bells break the silence of the night and welcome another glorious day. Travel  through William Tell Country, the Swiss Lakes region and the spectacular Gotthard Tunnel to Lugano, oft-referred to as the “Rio de Janeiro of the Old Continent”. After a stop in Lugano, cross the border into Italy and travel past Milan, across the [...]

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Florence, Italy

Florence

After breakfast it’s only a 30-minute ride to Florence, a treasure cove of art and architecture. A guided walking tour includes the Piazza del Duomo, Giotto’s Baptistry with the famous bronze doors by Ghiberti, Michelangelo’s statue of David and admission to the Accademia. After the walking tour, there’s free time to satisfy your individual interests. [...]

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