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Continue the route by car, now already 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.
Italy 15 days
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The Colosseum in Rome, the Duomo in Florence, the canals of Venice, the hills in Tuscany, are just some of the beauties that Italy offers, and if you want to live and enjoy them, we tell you how much it costs to travel to Italy from Mexico.
If you choose to stay in 3 or 4 star hotels, you could be paying between 2000 and 3000 pesos per night. For example, at the Hotel Giolli Nazionale, a night will cost you approximately 2,150 pesos, while at the Parc Hotel Germano Suites & Apartment, you will spend around 2,890 Mexican pesos.
For example, if you want a private room at the Yellow Square Rome, you could pay about 834 M per night, if you prefer a shared one, you will pay 448. At the Hostel Venezia Mestre 2, you will pay 1300 for a private room, and 302 for a shared room.
Beautiful Verona is home to this restaurant that serves the best Gnoquis, prepared with black truffle and Parmesan cheese. It is also famous for pasta stuffed with meat and fish or risottos, made with Tuscan wine.
Blog Travel, Travel to ItalyAgrigento and the Valley of the Temples, trip to Sicily.January 3, 2021Within our trip to Sicily, one of the highlights are the archaeological remains of the ancient Greek city of Agrigento ( Acragante or Ἀκράγας in Greek, Agrigentum in Latin), one of the best preserved cities in the world of…
Blog Travel, Travel to ItalySeabob dive next to the active volcano of Stromboli, trip to Sicily30 September, 2017Stromboli is probably the most spectacular of the Aeolian Islands, on one of our trips s Sicily, which is among the best of the trips to Italy.Why is it the most spectacular? Because it has the island is a volcanic…
Rome, Travel to ItalyDay 3 of the trip to Rome, visit to the Vatican, travel blog8 December, 2016In our series of Rome in 3 days, the third day we are going to focus on the visit to the Vatican: the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel and some of the most important basilicas, where we can see for example the Moses…
Rome, Travel to ItalyRome in 3 days, travel blog (Day 2)June 24, 2016Rome in 3 days (part two). After the first day of our trip to Rome where we visited Ancient Rome (The Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine, the Roman Forum…) we are going to continue with our proposed route on what to see…