Travel between spain and italy



Buffet breakfast. Departure to Verona, and free time to walk through its historical center and remember the beautiful story of Romeo and Juliet. Continuation to Padua, where we will visit the Basilica of St. Anthony. In the afternoon arrival in Florence, the most beautiful city in Europe, for its architectural and artistic richness. Overnight at the hotel.

Buffet breakfast. Departure for an optional detailed visit of the Vatican including its Museums, Sistine Chapel and Vatican Basilica (Visit to the Vatican Museum included in the Plus P+ Package) at the end of the visit to the Vatican we will make a panoramic tour of the eternal city visiting the Venice Square with the Monument to Victor Emmanuel II, the Imperial and Roman Forums, St. John Lateran, the Temple of Vesta, the Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, the Via Veneto and the Castle of St. Angelo. At the end of our visit we suggest enjoying a good lunch in a typical Italian restaurant (Lunch included in the Plus P+ Package).


LO MÁS DESTACADO DE HOY: Recepción a la llegada. Traslado al hotel y tiempo libre. Recibirás información sobre el inicio del circuito durante la tarde, o puedes consultar los paneles informativos en la recepción del hotel.

Por la mañana realizaremos un recorrido turístico por la ciudad durante el cual visitaremos el barrio de Belém que fue el punto de partida de los marineros portugueses que cruzaban los océanos en el siglo XV. Tarde libre. Podrá realizar una visita opcional a las ciudades de Sintra, Cascais y Estoril.Incluimos el transporte nocturno a la Plaza de los Restauradores, llena de ambiente con sus bares y cafés desde donde le sugerimos tomar el “Elevador da Gloria” que le lleva al barrio Alto y su mirador.

Tiempo libre en BARCELONA, podrá usted caminar por el Barrio Gótico, Las Ramblas y visitar la catedral. A las 12:00 h salimos hacia Francia y la Costa Azul atravesando la Provenza francesa. Parada en ruta para almorzar. COSTA AZUL, llegada al final del día.

En VENECIA le incluimos un traslado en barco al centro de la ciudad donde realizamos una visita a pie en la zona de San Marcos. Sobre las 17:00 h salimos hacia FLORENCIA, llegada al final de la tarde

Official Trip of Their Majesties the King and Queen to the Republic of Italy

We know that putting Rome on the list of travel to Italy now will not surprise you, but it is no less deserving of being placed at the top of the must-see destinations in the country. Rome is a must-see for anyone who loves to travel. You can have traveled halfway around the world and an infinite number of countries, but without Rome your “travel resume” will always be lacking.

Rome is a journey through time in which you will see wonderful sites such as the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the incredible Pantheon of Agrippa that will put you on the verge of suffering the Stendhal Syndrome. Rome is places but also flavors such as pizza, pasta, ice cream or the sweet limoncello that will gradually seduce you.

If you travel to Italy now, Rome can not miss on your route and, moreover, from there you can also know a microstate as peculiar as the Vatican where you can also hallucinate with treasures such as the Sistine Chapel.

You can not miss Tuscany if you are traveling now in Italy! That landscape that you have seen so many times in movies and postcards will open up for you to visit an infinity of beautiful villages that will captivate you with their history and gastronomy. Tuscany is much more enjoyable if you have the possibility of touring it completely on your own with your own vehicle. Drive up and down the winding roads surrounded by vineyards and visit must-see places such as Siena, Lucca, Montepulciano or Val d’Orcia.

Italy to test travelers from Croatia, Greece for Covid

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