from € 727.00
Cost of the tour per student in March
Euro 794.00 based on 40 students + 4 teachers:
Teachers are free of charge
The group will be accommodated in 3-star hotels
In case our Escort is not requested, the cost is Euro 727.00
The cost includes:
Tour escort per 8 days
Private coach per 8 days
Coach city permits
Bike rental in Lucca
3-night accommodation sharing a multiple room in Montecatini
4-night accommodation sharing a multiple room in Rome
Guided tours of:
Cost does not include anything not specified in the voice “The cost includes
Day 1 Rome-Florence
At the airport of Rome, meet your tour escort who will stay with you throughout the entire stay in Italy. From the airport, travel northwards towards Florence. On the way stop and visit Orvieto, a town populated since the Etruscan times. Here, you will visit the Cathedral, the famous Pozzo di San Patrizio, a cilindric well built in the 16th century which allowed mules to carry empty and full water vessels separately in downward and upward directions without obstruction, and the underground, another town built more than 2,000 years ago. You will have lunch before continuing the transfer to Montecatini. Check-in
Day 2 Florence
Today will be completed dedicated to the visit of the famous Renaissance town. Your visit will include also the Academy Gallery, where the famous statue of Donatello is located, the Duomo and the Baptistry. Time at disposal in the afternoon before returning back to the hotel
Day 3 Pisa - Lucca
Today you will visit the famous Leaning Tower in Pisa and the other monuments located in the Miracles’ Square before reaching Lucca, one of the best well-preserved wall-towns in Europe. The visit of Lucca will be made by bike.
Day 4 Siena - Rome
Check-out and transfer to Rome stopping in Siena, the rival town of Florence during the Middle Ages when Florence was sided with the Pope while Siena with the Emperor. Famous is the Montaperti Battle in 1260 when Florence was heavily defeated. Siena is also famous for the Palio, a horse race run twice a year since the that time. After the visit continue to Rome and check-in
Day 5 Rome
This morning, you will visit the Capital of Italy following the theme of the Roman Empire including a guided tour of the Colosseum. In the afternoon, it will be the turn of the Baroque, very well represented by the famous square and fountains located in the pedestrian area of the city: Trevi Fountain, Navona Square, Spanish Steps. A guide will be with you all day long.
Day 6 Rome
Today, the theme will be the Christianity. We’ll start with a visit to the Sistine Chapel inside the Vatican Museums to then pass to explore St Peter’s Cathedral, while in the afternoon, it will be the turn of the Catacombs.
Day 7 Rome
After so many full days, today you will relax visiting Villa Borghese following a guide. To conclude your visit to Rome, you will visit the Time Elevator, an exciting journey that involves all the senses thanks to digital-mechanical and stereoscopic technologies.
Day 8 Departure
Check-out and transfer to the airport of Rome
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