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Extra services per person
(only bookable in advance): such as wine degustations, cheese of Pienza degustation, local restaurants.
Additional costs (payable on site):
any applicable tolls
any parking costs incurred
Local residence tax / visitor's tax: approx. € 2 per day

Child discount:
When staying in
a double room with two full-paying adults, children up to 6 years of age receive
100%, from 7-12 years 30% and from 13-17 years 15%

Travel time:
Possible all year round



Day: Arrival – Verona/Milan airport
Your first night will be in a hotel on Lake Garda or Lake Como


Day 2: Pisa - Siena - Chianciano Terme
You should include two absolute highlights in your travel plan today. First you cross the Apennines and along the
Riviera dei Fiori to Pisa. Be enchanted by one of the seven wonders of the world, the Leaning Tower and the Piazza
dei Miracoli. Then he goes to one of the most beautiful cities in Tuscany and Italy, Siena. Explore the old town, the
cathedral, the scene of the colorful palios. Then drive through Tuscany to Chianciano Terme, where you will spend the
next three nights.


Day 3: Chianciano Terme - Rome
Today you should visit the "Eternal City" Rome. Basilicas and churches, palaces, magnificent buildings, lively squares,
bubbling fountains, ornate bridges and vibrant shopping streets will be remembered forever. Visit world famous places
like the Vatican, St. Peter's Church, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Spanish Steps and much more. Return to
Chianciano Terme in the late afternoon.

Day 4: Chianciano Terme - Tuscany
Enjoy the incomparable atmosphere and landscape of Tuscany. The traditional spa town of Chianciano Terme
impresses with its panoramic location, its typical spa architecture, the parks and baths and the medieval old town.
Take a trip to the picturesque medieval towns of Montepulciano and Montalcino and taste the wines of Tuscany and
relax with wonderful views of the surrounding hills, vineyards and olive groves. Overnight at the hotel in Chianciano

Day 5: Florence - Valpolicella
After breakfast you drive to the capital of Tuscany, the incomparable Florence. The imposing cathedral, the Uffizi
Gallery, the romantic Ponte Vecchio - you have to see this city. Florence is best explored on foot - discover the most
famous squares and sights such as Piazza Signorina, S. Croce, the Duomo and experience the unique atmosphere of
the Medici city. Then you cross the Apennines and the Po Valley and drive to the Verona area for the next three

Day 6: Valpolicella - Venice
Take a trip to Venice, the unique lagoon city, which is undisputedly one of the cultural highlights of Italy. Discover
Venice and enjoy the unique flair on a gondola ride through the canals with more than 400 bridges or stroll through the
almost unmistakable maze of alleys and famous squares such as St. Marcus. Back to hotel in Verona.
Day 7: Valpolicella - Verona - Lake Garda
Visit Verona with its well-preserved Roman amphitheater, the Arena di Verona, the narrow streets and hidden squares
and the famous Juliet balcony, the scene of the love tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of
this historic and at the same time lively city. In the afternoon you can go on a trip to the nearby Lake Garda.

Day 8: Departure

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