On this trip, we will travel through the heart of the Ancient Roman Empire by visiting the most important places: Rome, Pisa, Venice and Bologna. This is a joint group tour ideal for solo travelers and families traveling together. Our group tour must meet a minimum of 10 Travel Mates with a maximum of 35 to fit comfortably inside the minibus/bus.
We will be traveling from Rome which is your arrival point, next day we will head to Pisa all the way to Venice then back to Rome with a side trip to Bologna. If you prefer to go directly to our hotel accommodation on day 1 on your own, that would be perfect, just please let me know. Also, if you have other plans after the end of our itinerary on day 06 and you will not be joining with us going back to Rome airport, that is definitely awesome and you know what to do 🙂 just let me know.
Below are the highlights of this trip:
Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, The Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Vatican City, Colosseum.
For Vatican and Colosseum, if you want to go inside, we need to arrive at the
area at the earliest time to line up for the ticket. Ticket cost will be on your own account.
Prepare at least 50 to 100 for both entrance ticket.
Shoulders must be covered inside the Cathedral and Baptistry and the group
must be quiet inside. Original Passport is need upon entry for both.
Pisa – A city in Italy’s Tuscany region best known for its iconic Leaning Tower.
Already tilting when it was completed in 1372, the 56m white-marble cylinder is the
bell tower of the Romanesque, striped-marble cathedral that rises next to it in the
Piazza dei Miracoli. Also in the piazza is the Baptistry, whose renowned acoustics
are demonstrated by amateur singers daily.
Church of Saint Zaccaria, Campo Santa Maria Formosa,
Basilica of Santa Maria Formosa, Biblioteca Querini Stampalia, Palazzo Grimani
and courtyard, Campo San Giovanni e Paolo and Basilica, House of Marco Polo,
Rialto Bridge, Saint Mark’s Square.
The City is called “The Learned” for its old University, and “The Fat” for its tradition of
food, this city is also known as “UNESCO creative City of Music” and has one of the
largest and most well-preserved medieval historical centers, with many shops,
restaurants, taverns and theatres. It is also the home of many famous artists like
Giorgio Morandi, Guido Reni, the Carraccis, Guercino, Aspertini, charmed notable
people, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics like Mozart, Carducci, Dante, Rossini
and Guglielmo Marconi.
Package Tour Inclusions:
3 Star Hotel or Similar
Double / Twin room sharing with daily breakfast
Single supplements apply.
Driver’s Daily Tip
Private tourist mini bus / bus
Driver’s meals and hotel accommodation
We are aiming to have the same private tourist transport from day 01 to day 06.
This is to ensure that we will have a smooth flow of the tour without running and catching public buses or trains.
Rome: Vatican Museum & Sistine Chapel
Colloseum, Palatine Hill & Roman Forum
Venice: Gondola Ride
This package does not include local licensed tour guide. Should the group agree to have
a guide on any of these activities, please let me know in advance so that we can book ahead.
It is important to note that licensed tour guide’s fee is not included on this package price
and they expect a tip after the tour.
Motorway, road tolls, parking fees
Bus Transportation petrol cost
City Tourist Tax / Hotel Tax
Trip Leader Professional Fee
What is NOT included on this Package Tour:
Meals: Snacks, Drinks, Lunch & Dinner
Insurance: Travel insurance is not included
Others: All that is not indicated in the Package.
Here are the Top 10 Travel Tips:
1. Pack light = Packing light means more freedom and you can move easily and quickly when you travel.
2. Do not CHECK-IN any luggage if possible = After the transition from covid, everybody wants to
travel. If you are lucky, you can stand by at the baggage claim crossing your fingers hoping
that it did not travel to the wrong direction. If you are not, you will end up writing your ghost
story when to meet your luggage again.
3. Carry a small backpack or suitcase = Check the airline handcary size requirements and
reconfirm the carry on weight. Be sure to get the name of the person that reconfirms for your
hand carry so you will have the name to spell out when somebody at the check-in counter will
insist to check-in your luggage. Trust me, with my experience after covid, some groups went
back home without meeting their checked-in luggage.
4. Take only what you need = This says it all 🙂
5. Copies of your passport and important documents = Always email them to yourself for back
up purposes, you never know when you need it. You can always go to your email to get it.
6. Electronics, Medications and other super important stuff = Always have them in Your Carry-
On suitcase/backpack. Like I said, you do not want to end up writing your ghost story when to
meet your checked-in luggage.
7. Notify your bank/credit card company about your travel plans = Banks usually will put a hold
on your card while you are overseas.
8. Book your flights early = The earlier you book, the cheaper deal you get.
9. Never forget to list down the important numbers in case of emergency.
10. Travel Aid Kit = It would be wise to bring first aid kit, it maybe not for you at least you can
save a soul instantly 🙂
You are making the right choice to go on this trip labeled as “Hassle FREE” first class arrangements for you as a VIP trip mate. When you travel, you deserve to have a relaxing journey and create a life time joyful memories.
Photo Galleries: These are my very own photo shoot. Never mind my pretty face 🙂 on every caption, just focus on each places, the views and what it portrays then say to yourself “Soon, it will be my face painted on that spot”. What are you waiting for???
Hit the “Reserve” button to block your spot now.
See You Soon! Cheers
Rome Pisa Venice Bologna