Rome to Venice
- Services of a Rail Discoveries tour manager
- Eight nights' accommodation
- All travel by rail, coach and boat
- 11 meals - 8 breakfasts and 3 dinners
- Local guides for a personalised experience
- Absorb Rome's rich history on a guided walking tour of its archaeological wonders
- Stay in the heart of the Tuscan countryside and tour Florence
- See St Mark's Square and the Basilica during a guided tour of Venice
Map & Itinerary
Pricing & Availability
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary subject to change
- Itinerary operated by TravelGlo’s partner, Rail Discoveries
- Group transfers to and from the airport on day of arrival and departure included
- Tipping and porterage not included
- Recommended tip for tour manager: €2 per person, per day. Enquire for tipping amounts for local guides and coach drivers, as well as terms and conditions
Thoroughly researched with our guests’ interests in mind, TravelGlo’s Hot Tips! are a collection of unique experiences you’ve never considered. Often not mentioned in travel guides, take advantage of our insider knowledge and discover fantastic things to do, places to go, food to try and much more.
Welcome to Rome! A cityscape of treasures, you’ll soon see why this is one of Europe’s most romantic cities. After dinner, should you fancy something sweet, a gelateria is a short walk away. You know what they say, when in Rome!
Stay: Three Nights, Rome, Hotel PortamaggioreDaily :
At the Trevi Fountain, don’t forget to throw a coin over your shoulder to ensure your return to Rome.
Step back in time this morning, taking in history around every corner, with a guided walking tour. See the Roman Forum, Colosseum, Piazza Venezia and Pantheon, before finding the Trevi Fountain. The rest of the day is yours to explore. Or, simply lap up 'la dolce vita' lifestyle and sample the city’s street food.Daily :
Today, linger over breakfast before taking in Rome independently. Perhaps unlock the mysteries of the Vatican Museums and admire Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. Or, relax outside in St Peter's Square and people watch at one of the largest churches in the world.Daily :
Rome - Florence - Montecatini Terme
There’s no better way to see Italy than by train. Today, it's the high-speed Le Frecce taking you to the cradle of renaissance: Florence. Don’t forget your camera for the walking tour, as the Florence Duomo and Vecchio Bridge are great from all angles. You'll then coach through the Tuscan countryside to your hotel.
Stay: Three Nights, Montecatini Terme, Grand Hotel Francia & QuirinaleDaily :
Make the most of your free day. Watch the world go by at the Parco delle Terme, unwind in the thermal waters at Terme Tettucio, or tempt your taste buds with a Tuscan sweet – the Bargilli Cialda artisan wafer biscuit.Daily :
Montecatini Terme - Lucca - Pisa
Travel by rail to the walled city of Lucca and stroll back in time. In the afternoon, arrive in Pisa. Home to the world’s most beloved architectural mistake, take the ultimate cliche photo at the Leaning Tower. After, enjoy other impressive structures in the Piazza dei Miracoli.Daily :
The railway tracks lead you to Venice today. Pity the day trippers as you check in to your Venice hotel, located on the island of Murano. This afternoon, discover St Mark’s Square and the Basilica on a guided walking tour before returning to your hotel for dinner. Why not step out this evening for a leisurely stroll?
Stay: Two Nights, Hyatt Centric Murano VeniceDaily :
If quirk is your thing, visit Libreria Acqua Alta, also known as ‘the bookstore of high water’. Here, its owner has adapted to constant flooding by stacking books in bathtubs, barrels, canoes and gondolas.
Take time to explore Venice on your own during a day of freedom. Be serenaded on a gondola cruise along the Grand Canal, view the former political heart of the Venetian Republic at Doge’s Palace or watch the waterway from atop the Rialto Bridge.Daily :
After a half hour boat transfer to the airport, the magic ends today along with your tour. Arrivederci!Daily :
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