How to travel italy in 2 weeks

How to travel Italy from north to south


I think you will agree with me that if you were looking for the best car routes to travel around Italy you have come to the right place, am I wrong? Go saving because after this article you are going to put me an apartment in Cinqueterre I said, get paper and pen … here we go!

The first of the car tours in Italy that I am going to bring you is a spectacular 12-day tour of Northern Italy starting in Venice and ending in Milan, traveling through authentic Italian gems such as Bologna, Verona, Bergamo, the mosaics of Ravenna, Padua, Ferrara and the lakes of Garda and Como. A great trip.

Throughout this spectacular itinerary through northern Italy we will visit incredible places such as the Villa of Balbianello at the foot of Lake Como, the Chapel of the Scrovegni in Padua, the villages of Burano and Murano, sunsets like the Castle of San Pietro in Verona, among many other places … this route is full of moments and its route would be like this:

The first half of the day will be spent visiting Ferrara (0h 58min). We will have lunch at Il Mandolino Trattoria. After lunch we head to Ravenna (1h) and see the churches with mosaics that are: Basilica di San Vitale, Mausoleum of Gala Placidia and San Apolinar in Clase. We go to sleep in Bologna (1h).

Travel to italy in 15 days

Flights in Italy are usually planned so that it is possible to arrive and depart from the same airport. To spend a complete vacation here, you will have to organize a vacation in Liguria at your own discretion. The order in which to visit the cities depends on the time of arrival and the city of arrival. For convenience we describe at the bottom of the page the departure points for each airport.

It would be best to arrive in Milan, Genoa, Pisa or Florence. However, thanks to the speed of the trains between Milan and Rome (less than 3 hours!) even the airport of Rome will not complicate your life too much. You can search for all flights on this website.

On the map we mark the main airports to take into consideration, the route of the trip (circular + Nice and Monaco) and the cities (they are marked on the railway stations). You can read about all the cities listed on our website: Genoa, Nice, Monaco and Monte Carlo, Portofino, Portovenere, Pisa, Lucca, Florence, Parma, Milan and others.

Italy in 10 days

Continue the route by car, now in the Chianti region, famous for its wines. In the afternoon you will arrive in Florence and you will have time to stroll through its historic center. Book your hotel for the night in Florence. For dinner we will recommend a real gem: a local restaurant, very good and cheap.

The route continues this day to Venice. For this, you can continue with the rental car but we recommend you to go by train (in the Detailed Route we will give you the website and directions so you can book it without problems). Upon arrival you will have time to visit St. Mark’s Square and surroundings. Overnight in Venice.

Recommended route to stroll through the most emblematic neighborhoods of Venice: San Polo, Dorsoduro and Santa Croce. Night in Venice.  We will recommend several local restaurants, especially to try the “cicchetti”, Venetian tapas bars very famous among the locals but unknown to most tourists!

Recommended route to visit the historic center of Milan. At the end take the train to Santa Margherita Ligure. Spend the afternoon in the beautiful village of Portofino. Overnight in Santa Margherita Ligure.

15-day tour of italy

You can make a 7 days tour in Italy organizing it yourself, it is quite simple and even here we will tell you the approximate cost. Although there are people who prefer to hire 7 days tour in Italy with travel agencies and have everything more organized … whatever your preferred option this guide will come in handy. Here we go.

City known for its popular Murano glass, the island of glass, visit one of its many glass factories. Full of glass souvenir stores, you will want to buy everything! It is also home to one of the oldest churches in Venice.

Visit its great amphitheater, preserved almost to perfection and that has nothing to envy to the Colosseum, taste its delicious waffles and enjoy a quiet atmosphere and really charming corners. Spend the night in the city of Milan, so when you wake up you can take advantage of the day from early morning.

You can not miss a visit to the Cathedral of Milan, the popular Galleries Vittorio Emanuele II, an architectural work of the nineteenth century, noted for its high vault topped in iron and glass and the Basilica of St. Ambrose.    Finish by visiting one of its most hidden gems, the Monumental Cemetery, a true marvel!

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