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Italy to France:
Venice, Florence, Rome & Paris

Venice – Florence – Rome – Paris

9 days | from EUR 1,145.00 pp in dbl-room*

See three of Italy's most famous cities, then hop over to Paris to conclude the tour in Europe's romantic cultural capital on the River Seine.


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Day 1 to 3: Venezia

Accommodation:
A friendly B&B in the heart of Venice2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

The 15th century palazzo, former residence of a wealthy Venetian family, is located in the maze of narrow streets in the heart of Venice near the Rialto Bridge. Today it houses a B&B. Each room is tastefully decorated in an individual design and partly furnished with antiques. The idyllic, green inner courtyard with the ancient well was once open and led to the canal. Here you can enjoy breakfast in the morning or the peace and quiet, reviewing the impressions gained after a strenuous day of sightseeing. All major sites are within easy walking distance.

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Day 2: Venezia

Guided tour (OPTIONAL)Venice (2 hours)

The art historian Dr. Susanne Kunz-Saponaro has lived in Venice for many years. The individual tour through her adopted home-town is more intense and interesting than a group tour could ever be. With your existing knowledge, questions and special interests, you determine the pace and locations to be visited.  Read more→

The two-hour walking tour includes:
- St. Mark's Square
- St. Mark's Basilica
- Doge's Palace
- The Bridge of Sighs
- A a walk through the maze of narrow alleyways into the heart of authentic Venice
- Rialto Market: learn about the merchants who made Venice one of the richest cities in Europe


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Day 3 to 5: Firenze

From Venezia to Firenze by rail230 km | 2 hours 30 minutes

Accommodation:
A Palazzo near the Duomo2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

The hotel is located just a few steps from the Duomo, in a beautifully restored building dating back to the 17th century. In the suites you can admire the original frescoes that have painstakingly been exposed by the owners who are also happy to help with advice of what to do and see. Nearby are some restaurants that offer value for money and are not overrun with tourists. There you can get traditional, rustic Tuscan dishes. At the end of the day relax on the stylish balcony overlooking the courtyard while enjoying a glass of wine. Breakfast is good for Italian standards and is served in the former kitchen with massive beams dating from the 16th century.

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Day 4: Firenze

Guided tour (OPTIONAL)Florence (3 hours)

Tour guide Juliane has lived in Florence since she began studying art history there in 1987. In 1990 the native of Germany began offering guided tours of Florence utilizing her profound knowledge of art history. Her two-hour walking tour includes many sites missed by the majority of tourists. Included in the standard tour are: Read more→

- the Cathedral (inside and out) and baptistry
- a stroll through the narrow medieval streets of Old Florence to the house where Dante was born
- Palazzo del Bargello
- Piazza della Signoria (town hall)
- Palazzo Vecchio, Loggia dei Lanzi, Palazzo degli Uffizi
- Ponte Vecchio
- Straw Market and Piazza della Repubblica

Individual routes and sites can be arranged upon request.

Tip: Mrs Krummacher can also arrange visits to museums in advance. Please e-mail and specify the desired time and number of people.


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Day 5 to 7: Roma

From Firenze to Roma by rail290 km/ca. 1:30 hours

Accommodation:
A hotel in the heart of Old Rome2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

This centuries-old building is located in the city centre, between the Spanish steps and the Via Veneto. Marco and Giulia, the enterprising proprietors who have roots in the hotel business, have completely restored the property and now offer modern, comfortable accommodation in a historical building. Marco can suggest the best sites to see – he is an accredited Rome tour guide. The building offers many practical conveniences. An elevator takes guests to the air-conditioned rooms on the three upper stories. The upstairs suites have a view extending over the roofs of the old city to the dome of St Peters. You're guaranteed a good night's rest here (a valuable commodity in Rome), as the guesthouse is next door to a convent!

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Day 6: Roma

Guided Tour (OPTIONAL)Vatican (4 hours)

Only a few guides are allowed to show guests to the Vatican. One of them is Agnieszka Berlin, who is privileged to have a license for herself and her team. Each and every single tour must be requested individually. The time is agreed with the Vatican. 
You will visit: part of the Vatican Museums – Sixtine Chapel – St. Peter's Basilica. 

Guided tour (OPTIONAL)Forum Romanum, Colosseum (3 hours)

The most important ancient sites in Rome are the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. The Roman Forum is a collection of lavish government buildings mainly built by Caesar from which the Roman Empire was ruled. They thus represented the center of world power. The guided tour, led by a licensed tour guide and art historian, covers the various buildings that compose the Roman Forum and explains their purpose and the Roman style of architecture. You will then walk over to the most famous landmark in Rome, the Colosseum, for a thorough tour both inside and out. 

Guided tour (OPTIONAL)Roma (3 hours)

You are guided by an English speaking art historian to the most important historical sites of Rome. This is an individual tour, so it is much more intense and interesting than a group tour can be. You decide on both, the places you want to see and the time you want to spend in each location.
The following sites are usually part of the program: Piazza Navona – Pantheon – Trevi Fountain - Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola – Piazza Colonna and the Column of Marcus Aurelius


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Day 7 to 9: Paris

To Paris

Accommodation:
A small inn near the Louvre2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

This enchanting little hotel is situated in the heart of Paris, in the shadow of the Louvre. It is so close to St. Germain l'Auxerrois that you can hear the hymns from the former "King's Church" and see the Gothic windows from your bedroom. In the cellar there is an old printing press that was used to print illegal leaflets during the French Revolution. It is said that the reception area was once the Café Momus (a debating club of the revolutionaries) and it was here that Puccini allowed parts of his opera "La Boheme" to be played. Breakfast, true to Parisian custom, is served in your suite. The hotel is air conditioned. Sophie Aulnette has managed the hotel for the past 10 years and personally attends to her guests' comfort. Tickets to local museums and other attractions can be purchased at a shop near the hotel.

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The cost is per person based on two people sharing a double room and includes accommodation and meals per itinerary.

from USD 1,289.00*
(from EUR 1,145.00)*




You can start this tour on any date.
Best Travel Time:
March–Oct.

Upon booking this tour you will receive:
» the names, addresses and telephone numbers of each accommodation
» Your vouchers
» detailed directions to each accommodation

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Jessica Parkin
Ph.: +49 (0)2268 92298-23

Leslie Jalowiecki
Ph.: +49 (0)2268 92298-67

Melissa Nußbaum
Ph.: +49 (0)2268 92298-57

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