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Florence - Rome - Sorrento and Capri

13 to 19+ Nights from $2,376*
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This 13 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Florence and out of Naples
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Florence
  • Train from Florence to Rome
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Rome
  • Train from Rome to Naples
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Naples
  • Transfer from Hotel in Naples to Hotel in Sorrento
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Sorrento
  • Ferry/Hydrofoil from Sorrento to Capri
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Capri
  • Ferry/Hydrofoil from Capri to Naples
  • Hotel for 1 night in Naples

An unforgettable journey along Italy. Start in Florence (home to many masterpieces of Renaissance art and architecture) and after that, take a train to Rome (the Eternal City, with its stunning architecture and delicious food). Continue south to Naples (vibrant, edgy city that defines La Dolce Vita, for which Italy is famous) and then, by transfer to visit Sorrento (overlooking the Bay of Naples, this coastal town is famous for its Limoncello liquor. Its also a good base for visiting the ancient sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum). From there connect these destinations with Ferries/hydrofoils, first to Capri (known for its magnificent rock formations and the beauty of the natural surroundings) and finally, to Naples, for one last stay, before heading back home. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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Trip Summary

  • Florence

    The Italian city of Florence sits nestled among the rolling Tuscan hills, with an unmistakable skyline dominated by the fabulous Duomo. With so much Renaissance art and culture, shopping opportunities, and of course incredible gastronomy, you will be spoiled for choices in what to do and see in this exciting capital city of Tuscany. Florence's museums, palaces, and churches house some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world. The most popular and important sites in Florence include the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Accademia. Spend a day at the Boboli Gardens or climb the hill to the church of San Miniato al Monte to experience an enchanting view of Florence, Italy. Visit The Duomo Complex, Church of Santa Croce, The Cathedral, The Uffizi Gallery, Galleria dell'Accademia, Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Vecchio, Pitti Palace, Boboli Gardens and so much more.

  • Rome

    Rome is undeniably stunning, from its rich ancient culture, must try pizzas and coffees or just experience a touch of Europe. This city is packed full of sights, with thousands of years of history layered upon itself - you'll find everything here from Roman ruins to Renaissance art. It's also home to fantastic food, the Vatican City, and sights galore. Explore and discover the Roman Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine; Discover the Vatican, the smallest independent state in the world; Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain; Marvel at the Pantheon; Sit on the Spanish Steps; Wander the Piazzas; Eat the best Gelato in Rome; Climb Palatine Hill; Walk the Ancient Appian Way; Go to the Vatican Museums and so much more.

  • Naples

    The proximity of the city of Naples (Napoli) to the Vesuvius gives its inhabitants a certain edge. Its reputation as the most vibrant city in Italy can be a double-edged sword, explaining why some tourists like it and some hate it outright. Nonetheless, the charm of Naples resides in its narrow streets with numerous ancient churches, street markets, cafes, bars and restaurants, all leading to a cacophony of sounds and images embodying the spirit of the Italian South. Visit and discover the Ancient Ruins of Pompeii, Climb Mount Vesuvius, sail to the Island of Capri, explore the Nativity Markets, visit the National Archaeological Museum, the Secret Underground World and the San Gennaro Catacombs, visit the Ruins of Herculaneum, enjoy the Piazzas of the city, and so much more.

  • Sorrento

    The best-known town on the Neapolitan Riviera is Sorrento, which is situated in a stunning location, on a long cliff amid lemon and olive groves overlooking the sea. Sorrento offers charming cobblestone streets, alluring lungomare (seafront promenade), colorful and fragrant flowers, and a lively cultural scene. The old town still retains its Roman grid of narrow streets and its centro storico are alive with cafes, clubs, and restaurants, which become an exciting atmosphere during the sweet nights of summer. Visit and discover Marina Grande and Marina Piccola, Cloister of San Francesco, Bagni della Regina Giovanna, Cathedral and Bell Tower, Basilica of Sant'Antonino, Villa Comunale, Correale di Terranova Museum, Museo-Bottega della Tarsia Lignea (Wooden Marquetry Shop-Museum), and so much more.

  • Capri

    Capri is famous for its wonderful natural beauty, deep-rooted history, mild climate and bright landscape. Inhabited since the Paleolithic era, when it was joined to the mainland, the island was first Greek and later Roman. Caesar Augustus visited it in 29 B.C. and was the first to build a villa here. After the collapse of the Western Roman Empire, the island belonged to the Longobards, Normans, Anjouins, Aragonese and the Spanish. Following the rediscovery on the Blue Grotto in the 19th century, artists, intellectuals, writers, exiles, eccentrics and wealthy visitors chose it as residence, contributing to form the highly varied cosmopolitan international colony that has made the name of Capri famous throughout the world. Visit and explore the Blue Grotto, Grotta Azzurra: The most fascinating of the island's many caves. Refraction of sunlight into the cave makes an iridescent blue light in the water. The Blue Grotto has been known and used since prehistoric times. Stone artifacts were found inside the cave and it was a favorite pool of the Romans during the time Emperor Tiberius had his villas on the island and so muc more.

  • Naples

    The proximity of the city of Naples (Napoli) to the Vesuvius gives its inhabitants a certain edge. Its reputation as the most vibrant city in Italy can be a double-edged sword, explaining why some tourists like it and some hate it outright. Nonetheless, the charm of Naples resides in its narrow streets with numerous ancient churches, street markets, cafes, bars and restaurants, all leading to a cacophony of sounds and images embodying the spirit of the Italian South. Visit and discover the Ancient Ruins of Pompeii, Climb Mount Vesuvius, sail to the Island of Capri, explore the Nativity Markets, visit the National Archaeological Museum, the Secret Underground World and the San Gennaro Catacombs, visit the Ruins of Herculaneum, enjoy the Piazzas of the city, and so much more.

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