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Explore ancient history in ​Rome​, sip zesty ​aperitivo ​along ​Milan​’s canals and let your heart, and cholesterol, run wild in food-obsessed ​Bologna​. Walk in the footsteps of the Renaissance Italian masters in Florence, explore Naples under the watchful eye of Mount Vesuvius, and discover a floating city in Venice.

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        Family day in Rome with a local
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        Family day in Rome with a local

        Gladiator school, gelato and 2000 years of history hidden underground.
        • Rome, Italy
        • 4 hours
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        • from $39.90 USD pp

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        What our guests say

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        “We felt like we were spending time with a friend who wanted us to experience the best of her hometown.”

        Dan M, October 2018
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        “Possibly the best single day tour my wife and I have ever had and we have traveled a lot.”

        Steven P, April 2019
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        “The wonder of this tour is you can change paths at any moment. It was exactly what I wanted, even when I didn’t know I wanted it.”

        Jordan S, July 2019
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        “We saw as much as was possible as the tour was built around the attractions that were important to us. Would highly recommend.”

        Paula L, November 2019
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        The best things to do in Italy

        The best things to do in Italy

        A gastronomy giant, a natural masterpiece, an artistic and architectural astonishment – these epithets all describe Italy, yet still don’t do it justice. An Italian adventure has multiple faces which, though equally beautiful, are distinct. Learn what 3000 years of urban development looks like in Rome, where ancient icons of Italy’s golden age dominate the awe-inspiring cityscape or glide on a gondola through the twisting canal city of Venice, a floating fairytale connected by hundreds of bridges. Wander through Florence, the sun-dappled, sepia-tinged cradle of the Renaissance, or explore stylish Milan, where you could muse over da Vinci’s The Last Supper in the morning, browse high-end designer boutiques in the afternoon, and plan a lavish day trip to Lake Como at an uber-trendy wine bar in the evening. Drink in dramatic panoramas in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius in Naples, and see ancient and modern Italy intertwined in Bologna, the country’s half high-tech, half historic culinary capital.