Travel italy in a week

What to do in Italy in 1 week


This route starts in Rome and ends in Venice, because this way the round trip flights will be cheaper. You can always do it the other way around, following the directions of the Detailed Route in the opposite direction.

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To see the details of each day, you must access the Detailed Route. It includes daily visit planning, how to get to each site, authentic restaurants and all the itineraries geolocated on your mobile.

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The rich north is home to some of the most beautiful historic cities like the unforgettable Venice. Further south, the rolling hills of Tuscany unveil first-rate cities of art, with Florence at the forefront, the cradle of the Renaissance and Humanism.

And in the region of Lazio, stands the city that for centuries was the capital of the world: Rome. From the Roman Forums to the Vatican or the Baroque part of the city, the History of Humanity is reflected in every street, in every square, on every facade…

Tour Apulia at your own pace and its spectacular corners. Visit the ancient Bari, sleep in a Trulli in the magical and special town of Alberobello and relax on one of the most breathtaking beaches of the Italian coast at Gallipoli beach.

Italy in 10 days

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Flight + HotelPackagesTravel to ItalyTravel to Italy and tour the country of the “dolce vita” with these offers we have prepared for you. Be amazed by its incredible architecture, its millenary ruins, its charming villages, its cosmopolitan cities, its unreachable art and its unparalleled gastronomy.

So, whether you are a regular visitor to this city, as if it is the first time you come to visit it, we have a different option: to know it through its viewpoints.  Rome from a bird’s eye view sounds great, are you coming?

Discover one of the best preserved archaeological cities, Paestum, and tour the entire region discovering the wonderful cities of Palinuro and the great Naples. The offer includes flights and hotels.

If what you want is to enjoy the wave towns, Italy and the Amalfi Coast is your trip. You can live its colors, smells and enjoy the beautiful views facing the Tyrrhenian Sea, visiting well-known towns such as Sorrento, Positano or Amalfi.

7 days italy route

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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