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Tour italy itinerary


I have been in Italy on different trips that took me to different regions. Based on those experiences, the pace at which the country is traveled, and the amount of what there is to see, I dare to say that a lifetime is not enough to know this country in depth (although it may sound exaggerated). But since what many of us want is to get closer, let ourselves be carried away by the Italian charm, and make the most of a getaway, these are the recommendations and some itineraries to see in Italy, organized according to our availability of days. Nothing less than an attempt to find the best way to optimize our time to see much of the most recommended:

I’m not going to be the one to recommend a rushed trip (that thing of wanting to see everything in a short time). For our first time in Italy, if we have three days to get away, I think the best thing to do is to evaluate two options:

1. Try three full days in Rome (a city that needs no introduction, and that gives for much if we want to know the most important of it). Recommended to see 7 curious corners that you might never expect in Rome.

The best way to tour italy

In September I am traveling with my husband for 1 month to tour Italy. I have been reading the comments on the forum for a while now. I would like help in planning my itinerary. My budget is not very high and I understand that hotels in that country are quite expensive. I am finding it difficult to organize the days to visit each place and where to spend the night. I will arrive in Rome and there I have decided to stay with relatives but I don’t know if I should go up to the North and stop or go straight to the North and go down, especially thinking that I arrive the 1st week of September and autumn is coming and I am afraid that this season is very cold in the North. There are cities that I don’t know if I should visit them or if I should stay +days in others and discard them. I am sure to go to Rome (obviously), Florence, Siena, Pisa, Cinque Terre, Milan and Genoa. Can anyone give me some guidance? It would also help me to know in which city to stay and from there to go to other cities. Any help is welcome! This is our first trip to that country!!!!

Itinerary italy 10 days

Their idea is to travel around the country as much as possible (they do not want to use a car), making a base in some cities and if they have time and desire, the idea would be to travel around the surrounding cities by train. The trip starts and ends in Milan, and the idea is to go all the way around.

I would like you to not worry about getting tickets and travel as many times as you want per day, during your whole trip. I was looking into Eurail and there is no exact 40 day pass. I found that getting a 1 month + 10 day pass was more expensive than getting a 2 month pass (which costs about $15,000 per passenger). I thought it was very expensive.

Does anyone know if there is an economic pass for Italy only? And if not, how much difference does it make to get the ticket at the moment? Do you run the risk of traveling stopped or not being able to get a ticket?

When you are in Florence you can enjoy one day in Florence, one day in Pisa, one day in Lucca and Viareggio (I guess you will have to transfer to Viareggio, I am not sure how is the communication from Lucca to Viareggio), one day in San Gimignano and Siena. In the afternoons after the excursions you can take the opportunity to walk around Florence and enjoy it a little more.

Southern Italy in 10 days

Trains from Pisa Centrale (Pisa Centrale) to Venice Santa Lucia Station (Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia), via Firenze Santa Maria Novella (Firenze Santa Maria Novella), depart approximately every hour. Reservations for this route are mandatory but the time is reduced to less than 4 hours (including a connection in Florence).

The train from Venice Santa Lucia Station (Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia) to Milan Central Station (Milano Centrale) leaves every half hour and takes only 2 hours and 30 minutes. Advance reservations are mandatory.

1 week in Italy may seem too short to really enjoy all that this amazing country has to offer. But with convenient flights to major cities like Milan and Rome, international connections become easy.

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