Bella Italia by Train
Visit Venice, Rome and Florence by train
- An eight-day trip including three of the most famous Italian cities
- Fly to Venice, the starting point and finish of the route
- Travel conveniently from one city to another by train
- Spend three nights in Venice (two at the beginning and one at the end), two in Rome and two in Florence
- Enjoy the most authentic architecture, history and culture!
- 7 nights in the chosen accommodation
- Return flights (tax included)
- Train Tickets Bella Italia: Our package includes the following second class train tickets: Venice - Rome - Florence - Venice
- Complete your stay in Venice by visiting Murano, Burano and Torcello
- In Rome, go back in time at the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali
- Devote a morning to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel
- Visit the Galleria dell’Accademia or the Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence
- Travel along the canals of Venice on a gondola
Day 1: Flight to Venice.
Arrive at the airport ninety minutes before the scheduled take-off time of your flight to Venice. On arrival, arrange your transfer to your selected accommodation in Venice. Check-in and take the rest of the time free to start to get to know the city of the canals and the gondolas. Spend the night in Venice.
Day 2: Venice.
You have all day to take a look at Venice. The city is built in the middle of the lagoon on a number of islands and many of its streets are canals. The Piazza di San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale and the cathedral are some of the most outstanding monuments. Walk through, stroll in and enjoy every corner. Few places in the world invite you to lose yourself and make discoveries like Venice. Spend the night in Venice.
Day 3: Venice - Rome.
In the morning, take a train to Rome and you will reach the capital of Italy in a little more than four hours. Make your own way to your selected hotel to leave your luggage. You will have the rest of the day free to begin to get to know the Eternal City. Take a look at the Fontana di Trevi, the luxurious Via del Corso, the emblematic Piazza di Spagna and the enormous Piazza del Poppolo. Spend the night in Rome.
Day 4: Rome.
You have the entire day to continue to visit Rome, the centre of civilisations and religions. Rome is a city which offers a baroque historical centre which is very beautiful with splendid squares and palaces in which you can walk and simply lose yourself. But it is also a historical enclave of the greatest importance as it was the birthplace of the Roman Empire, of which there are spectacular archaeological remains such as the Forum, the Pantheon and the Colosseum. The Vatican City is also at the heart of Christendom with the Basilica and St. Peter's Square and the famous Vatican museums, an artistic treasure, whose rich displays will leave you breathless. Spend the night in Rome.
Day 5: Rome - Florence.
A free morning in Rome and towards midday you will take the train to Florence, a journey which lasts about an hour and a half. On arrival, make your own way to the hotel to leave your luggage and begin to stroll around the fantastic open air museum. Go up to the viewing point of Piazzale Michelangelo to enjoy a unique view of the city and enjoy places full of charm such as the Ponte Vecchio, over the river Arno. Spend the night in Florence.
Day 6: Florence.
You have all day to take a look at Florence. If there is a city in which the history of art has been written in golden letters it is Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance. The capital of Tuscany is full of famous works of art whether in palaces such as the Medici Palace, churches such as the Santa Croce, the famous Duomo, paintings in the museums such as the Galleria degli Uffizi or the Galleria dell’Accademia or statues such as Michelangelo's David. Spend the night in Florence.
Day 7: Florence - Venice.
Take advantage of your last few hours in Florence as towards midday you will take the train to Venice, on a trip which lasts a little more than two hours. Say goodbye to Bella Italia visiting charming spots such as the Ponte Rialto and the market of the same name or the lively Jewish quarter. You can take a vaporetto which will take you to some of the other islands in the lagoon such as Murano, famous for its glass production; Burano, with its colourful houses, and Torcello. Spend the night in Venice.
Day 8: Return flight.
Enjoy your last few hours in Venice; there must still be many places left to discover. Transfer from Venice to the airport under your own steam. Allow sufficient time to arrive and carry out the process of checking in your luggage and embarking for your return flight. Arrival and end of the trip.
Our prices include return flight tickets and all the supplement taxes such as airpot taxes, fuel surcharge and credit card processing fees.
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