Duration : 16 Nights / 17 Days
Covering : Rome , Florence, Venice, Capri, Salzburg, Vienna
11 Nights in Italy and 5 night in Austria with Rail Pass
# 03 Nights accomodation in Rome- Hotel Excel Roma Montemario
# 03 Nights accomodation in Capri- Hotel San Michele
# 03 Nights accomodation in Florence- Rivoli
# 02 Nights accomodation in Venice- Palazzo Pruili
# 02 Nights accomodation in Salzburg- Crown Plaza
# 03 Nights accomodation in Vienna- 5 star- Levanti Parliament (1 night free with 3 night stay)
# Return airport transfer on private basis in Rome
# One way Train station to Port transfer in Naple ( on way to Capri)
# Rome- Full day Monumental and Ancient Rome Tour
# Skip the Line – Vatican half day tour
# Venice-Half day Murano, Buranco and Torcella
# Florence--Full day tour of Florence including Accademia and Uffizi
# Salzburg- Ice Cave Tour
# Vienna- City tour with Schonbrunn palace
Day 01 - Arrive in Rome
Arrival in Rome Fiumicino Airport and private transfer at your hotel. Accommodation in hotel.
Day 02 - Rome: Vatican City
Breakfast in hotel. Meeting with a private bus for an Half Day guided tour to the Vatican Museums, including the Sistine Chapel. In the afternoon starts the sightseeing guided tour of the eternal city. During the bus tour you can admire the beauty of the Coliseum, the largest amphitheater built in the Roman Empire, and continuing along the Tiber you can also see the enchanting grandeur of Castel Sant'Angelo. Dinner in an Indian restaurant in Rome. Transfer at your hotel in Rome and overnight.
Day 03 - Rome
Breakfast in hotel. Day free to explore Rome. Overnight in Rome.
Day 04 - Depart from Rome to Capri
Breakfast in hotel. Check out at hotel and take a train to Naples. From there take a ferry to Capri (not included in the cost). Visit Capri- town with the bustle of the streets and the Piazzetta, the bars, cafes, the fashionable boutiques, the grand hotels, the jetsetters’ yachts and the parade of the world's beautiful people. Check into hotel. Overnight in Capri.
Day 05 - Capri
Visit Capri's Blue Grotto - known throughout the world for its size, the intense blue tones of its interior and the magical silvery light which emanates from the objects immersed in its waters. You can reach the Grotta Azzurra either by bus or taxi from Anacapri; or by boat from Marina Grande in one of the tour boats which stop at the entrance of the cave during the trip around the island.
Day 06 - Capri
Day free to enjoy Capri on your own.Overnight in Capri.
Day 07 - Capri to Florence
Take a Ferry to Naple from there train to Florence. Overnight at Florence
Day 08 - Florence
Discover the beauties of Florence with a fantastic full day sightseeing tour including the Accademia and Uffizi Galleries.
Day 09 - Florence
An opportunity to take in some wonderful scenery en route to the historic university town of Pisa, most famous for its curious Leaning Tower.
Day 10 - Florence to Venice
Take a train to Venice. Transfer to hotel. Day free to explore venice on your own. St. Mark’s Basilica – aren’t too long when you wander by. If that’s the case, jump at the chance to visit this amazing church. Along with a spin through St. Mark’s, the other attractions to visit during your first day in Venice are the Doge’s Palace and the Campanile (bell tower).Later in the evening of your first day in Venice, swing by the Rialto Bridge . And this is a great time to take that leisurely “cruise” along the Grand Canal.
Day 11- Venice
Take a Half day tour to Murano Glass factory. After sailing past the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, the Public Gardens, the tip of Sant'Elena and the famous Lido beach resort. The second stop is at the picturesque island of Burano, famous not only for its lace but also for the fishermen's houses painted in bright colours. Then after a short cruise, we reach Torcello, the earliest centre of civilization in the estuary.
Day 12- Salzburg
Take a train to Salzburg. Salzburg can be regarded as the oldest and most important cultural and spiritual centre in present-day Austria. Overnight at Salzburg.Enjoy the day exploring Salzburg on foot. Visit the City centre, Morzart’s House, Mirabell Gardens. Enjoy walking on the cobbeled stone streets and alleys. Take furnacular up to the Fortress Hohensalzburg. If you have the time, do the tour - you will get to the top tower with a stunning view on the city.
Day 13 - Salzburg
The beautiful Basilica Maria Plain offers great vistas and more Baroque architecture; alternatively, you could take a city bus or walk (about 5 kilometres) to the leisure palace of Schloss Hellbrunn. There you can visit the trick fountains (a Baroque theme park), the palace itself and its extensive parks or take the trip to see Ice caves.
Day 14 - Salzburg to Vienna
Train from Salzburg to Vienna. Transfer to hotel. In evening, visit the Stephanplatz and Vienna’s prime landmark, Stephansdom. Take a walk around the area, with shopping cafes all over.- Overnight at Vienna.
Day 15 - Vienna
Visit the Schonbrunn Palace, the boroque palace, one ofthe popular attraction.Visit the Pratter Park, where you enjoy the spectacular view of the city from atop century old ferris wheel. Enjoy various rides in the park. Overnight in Vienna.
Day 16 - Vienna
Day free to explore cities around Vienna. Take Danube cruise, visit villages around Vienna.
Day 17 - Departure
Check out from the hotel and transfer to airport for flight back home .
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Rome Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the European Union. Visitors come from around the world to see world-famous landmarks such as the Colosseum, the Forum and the Patheon. Young couples love to throw three coins into Trevi Fountain, climb the Spanish Steps or enjoy a latte in Piazza Navona. At Vatican City, visitors can visit St Peter's Cathedral and enjoy its fountains, statues and the beautiful church dome. This city has tourist attractions for all tastes. Excellent rail service is available to Rome from many parts of Europe. Many people enjoy a Mediterranean cruise, after visiting the city.
Florence is a Renaissance city famous for its art and architecture. You'll find history and culture in every corner, tucked among the city's many piazzas, beautiful churches and fascinating museums. The most popular and important sites in Florence include the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Accademia. The churches of Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce are veritable art galleries, and the library of San Lorenzo is a magnificent exhibition of Michelangelo's architectural genius Don't miss the Duomo, the symbol of Florence, or the sunset over the Arno River and be sure to visit the Chianti region just south of the city for a taste of its famous wines. Spend a day at the Boboli Gardens or climb the hill to the church of San Miniato al Monte to experience an enchanting view of Florence.
Venice makes you a believer in fairy tales. Cars are banned, so the only way to get around the 1,500-year-old city is by foot or by water. From these vantage points, you'll be awed by the magical beauty. La Serenissima, "the most serene one," is filled with palaces and art, fine shopping and excellent food. Relax in Piazza San Marco, visit the basilicas, drink a Bellini at Harry's Bar and wander the alleyways and bridges. Consider an off-season trip to have more of the city to yourself.
Romance seems to waft through the air on Capri, accompanied by the scent of lemon blossoms and fresh sea air. Leave the car on the mainland and join the masses that use water transport to flock to this dramatic Italian isle in the Bay of Naples. The luminescence of the Blue Grotto, the striking Faraglioni rocks and Palazzo al Mare add to the magical spell. Snorkel from Marina Piccola beach on the island's south side, believed to be the spot where Odysseus nearly succumbed to the Sirens' song.
The sound of music lures fans both of classical music and of Julie Andrews to Salzburg. Most sights are within walking distance of the city center. Salzburg Cards allow free bus travel and some discounted admissions. Sound of Music Tours, venues such as Grosses Festspielhaus and visits to Mozart's residence and birthplace set the tone for most visitors, but the city also boasts fortresses, abbeys and castles for the architecturally inclined. The young at heart should scamper to the Toy Museum.
Vienna is a cultural heaven, with a district full of art museums dance center and children’s museum and theater. Music lovers can attend Vienna State Opera concerts and view the homes of composers like Mozart and Haydn. At the Homburg Palace - home to museums, the Austrian President's office, the Vienna Boys Choir and the Spanish Riding School-visitors can watch the famous Lipizzan stallions perform and architectural landmarks such as the gothic St. Stephen's Cathedral.
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