8 Days/7 Nights
1 night in Milan
(Hotel Sant'Ambrouse or similar)
2 nights in
Venice (Hotel Casa Verado similar)
2 nights in Florence
(Hotel Corona d'Italia or similar)
Tour of Pisa
Tour of Florence in the
2 nights in Rome
(Hotel Miliani/Portamaggiore or similar)
3 day Italian Rail Pass which will get you from Milan to Venice, Venice and
and Florence to Rome (Train
Reservations are not included, but can be added for an additional
Jan 3 - Mar 31
April 1 - June 30 & Sept 1 - Oct 31
|July & August
Friday or Saturday night
stays in Venice add $30 pp/pn
For stays in Venice during Feb 28 - Mar 5 $48 pp/pn for the Carnival
Supplement plus weekend supplement
Optional upgrade to 1st Class train is $42 pp
If you would like to add seat reservations between the cities (which we
highly recommend that you do), the cost is approx $12-$30 pp per
Members deduct $15 per person
Milan - Fair dates: Nov 5-11,
Feb 4-6, 9-13, 18- 26, Mar 1-3, 12-15, Apr 8-14, 25-29, May 5-11, 13-23, Jun
9-15, 21-24, Jul 1-12, Aug 3-Sep 1, 6-26, Sep 29- Oct 4, 17-22, Nov 4-9,
Florence - Fair dates: Dec 26 - Jan 1, Jan
5-11, 16-19, 22-25, Feb 22-23, Feb 27-Mar 2,Mar 7-9, 25-28,
Apr 8-11, 18-22, May 7-10, 24-25, May 28 - Jun 2, Jun 5-7, 10-14, 18-22,
24-28, Sept 15-18, 22-26, Sept 29-Oct 2, 9-11, 16-19, Dec 28-Jan 1
Italian Rail Pass is included in your Package and
does not include reservations.
Some trains require the
purchase of seat assignments. This is an extra cost to you.
Aero-Marine strongly recommends seat reservations in advance. If you would like to add
seat reservations ahead of time, please call us. If you decide not to book
seat reservations ahead of time, you are responsible for all fees and seat
****Below are general
descriptions and can change****
Laguna Island - Half day excursion first arriving at Murano,
known throughout the world for its glass manufacturing industry, for a stop at
one of the factories. Travel on to the picturesque islands of Burano, famous for
its fisherman’s houses painted in bright colors, for a 30 minute stop.
Continue on to Torcello, the center of civilization in the estuary. Stop to see
the cathedral with its magnificent mosaics and the church of Santa Forsca which
remains as testimony of Torcello’s former glory.
Serenade - An
illuminated softly gliding gondola will take you along the city’s main
waterway, the Grand Canal, flanked by splendid floodlit palaces, and through
other dark thrilling canals. Music playing traditional Italian arias and songs
will entertain you.
Tour walking -
The tour begins with the discovery of the historic city center visiting the
scenic square and Gothic Church of Santa Croce (exterior).
Then crossing Ponte alle Grazie, a pleasant guided walk on the left side of
the Arno River will allow you to admire the elegant architecture of the
Uffizi Gallery and
the striking aerial structure of the Vasari Corridor and, on the
background, the Dome of the Cathedral and Giotto's Bell Tower, the Towers of
Palazzo Vecchio and Bargello.
The ancient Church of Santa Felicita (*) surprises us with its portico
surmounted by the Vasari Corridor and once inside, give us the amazing
colours of two masterpieces by Pontormo, hosted in the Chapel designed by
Then crossing the iconic Ponte Vecchio, after having caressed the nose of
the famous “piglet” statue, we arrive in the monumental Piazza Signoria,
with the imposing Palazzo Vecchio (exterior) and the beautiful Loggia del
where the sculptures of great Renaissance artists are collected. The tour
continues with the guided visit of the famous Uffizi Gallery, in small
groups of max 14 participants, where it is possible to admire the superb
paintings by Botticelli,
Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, Giotto, Cimabue, Masaccio and
many others. The guided tour ends at the Uffizi Terrace where you can enjoy
an amazing and exclusive view of the city’s most important monuments.
Once the guided tour is over, it is possible to stay in the museum. (*)
inside visit when the access is allowed, closed on Sunday Please note that
the order of the visits may change
Tour -A splendid excursion through the fertile and picturesque Tuscan
countryside towards the historic university city of Pisa, famous for its
architectural beauty. After the panoramic drive by bus along the Arno
embankments, the tour proceeds with a guided visit of Piazza dei Miracoli to
find the celebrated Leaning Tower, the Cathedral (visit inside), an unequalled
masterpiece of Romanesque art carried out between the 11th and 12th centuries,
the Baptistery and other important monuments. Our Assistant will walk you to
Piazza dei Cavalieri, where the Scuola Normale resides, one of the most famous
universities in the world.
Rome: Colosseum (inside) ,Roman forum(outside), Capitoline hill
Bus stops: via Ludovisi; Barberini; Termini, Santa Maria Maggiore; Colosseo;
Teatro marcello, Vaticano,Sant'angelo Bridge, Via del Tritone.
For the open bus there is one bus each 30 minutes from 08.30 to 17.30, and the
bus stops in each of the places listed below.
If the clients would like to stop in one of these places they can drop off
from the bus, doing a vist on their own and then take the next bus which will
pass in the same spot after 30 minutes from when the other bus have left.
Europe Car & Air Reservations