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Enjoy all the advantages of our travel & refund guarantee, combined with the local knowl­edge and expertise of the best tour planners and certified guides in Italy.

Our distinguished record providing private tours has allowed us to partner with the most superlative vacation planners in Italy to design a complementary itinerary packed with incredible sights, hidden gems, and exclusive experiences tailor-made just for you.

Your Itinerary For Italy

Your trip to Italy will contain a variety of Italy’s most iconic landmarks, beautiful nature, friendly local culture, and delicious cuisine. 

Traveling through Italy is an amazing experience because the landscapes and cultures shift so quickly from region to region. You can explore vibrant cities like Rome, Milan, and Florence, visit stunning natural wonders like Lake Como, the Dolomites, and Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii, and take in the unparalleled history and architecture of every corner of the country including monuments such as The Colosseum, The Statue of David, The canals of Venice and much more besides.

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Amalfi Coast


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St Peter's Basilica

Guided tours of perhaps the most prestigious holy temples in Christendom. Our private tours enable you to climb to the top of the Dome, while inside, you will find extremely impressive pieces of art, including a large bronze baldachin designed by Bernini, The Pietà, a sculpture by Michelangelo, and the statue of St Peter on his throne.

The Trevi Fountain

This gorgeous Baroque-style fountain is a must-visit in Rome. Your guide will reveal the centuries of history and symbolism on display throughout the structure and will explain why so many leave coins behind in the fountain. Did you know that approximately 1 million Euros are retrieved from the fountain each year and put into charitable causes.

The Colosseum

Learn the fascinating and often brutal history of the Colosseum on a guided tour of the famous amphitheater including The Cavea & The Vomitori. Our team can arrange for you to explore the Colosseum’s Underground chambers, an area off-limits to standard tours.

Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel

Walk through the treasures of the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel on your private guided experience. Navigate through the intriguing history of the Vatican Museums as you explore its vast network of corridors and galleries, ranging from ancient sculptural monuments to Renaissance masterpieces. This tour concludes with your guide revealing the history, symbolism, and significance of the most extraordinary artifacts in the Sistine Chapel, including Michelangelo’s breathtaking ceiling frescos.

St. Mark's Basilica

Enjoy skip-the-line access St Marks, a Gothic-style masterpiece that was originally the private chapel of the Doge and meant to house the supposed relics of St. Mark the Evangelist.

Doge's Palace

The Doge’s Palace found to the right of St. Mark’s and distinguished by its white and rose-colored herringbone brick façade and highly stylized Gothic white stone arches that lend it a uniquely Venetian flavor.

Gondola Excursions

Experience Venice as it was meant to be seen, gliding along the Canals with your private Gondolier.

The Rialto Bridge

Alongside visiting some of the best examples of Venetian Renaissance architecture to be found in the city, we will take in the iconic Rialto bridge – considered so ambitious during its construction five centuries ago that many believed it wouldn’t remain standing.


A gorgeous town located on the northern coast of Sicily and one of the major tourist attractions in the region. Visit the ancient Cathedral constructed in 1131 and stroll through the medieval narrow street and admire the picturesque houses on the sea and the long beach of finest sand.


Guided tours of the city include Palermo Cathedral, erected in 1185 in the area of an earlier Byzantine basilica. You then continue onto the Four Corners which is the center point of the four areas of the old town center, decorated with sculptures commissioned by the Spanish Viceroy in 1611.

Going southeast down Via Maqueda you will come across Piazza Pretoria. The large central fountain is the focal point for sixteen nude statues of nymphs, humans, mermaids, and satyrs.


The cultural hub of the whole area, it hosts many libraries and a large number of interesting museums. Walking through the old town, the signs of the passage of various civilizations over the centuries are immediately evident, and all left architectural, artistic, and monumental evidence. Its oldest and characteristic streets are Via Garibaldi, Corso Italia, and Corso Vittorio Emanuele.


Like many of Sicily’s coastal towns, Siracusa was once an ancient Greek settlement of the Magna Graecia era. Go back in time with your expert local guide and discover the city’s ancient relics, medieval monuments, and modern-day market.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II Shopping Mall

Perfect for luxury shopping during your Italian vacation, the shopping mall is the oldest in the country and takes its name after the first king of the kingdom of Italy.

Duomo Cathedral

Taking nearly six centuries to complete and even larger than the Sistine Chapel in Rome, the Milan Cathedral is dedicated to the Nativity of St Mary and is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan.

Museo del Novecento Art Museum

Explore the home of 20th Century art in Milan with your private guide and skip the line tickets.

Castello Sforzesco Castle

Once a domineering defensive fortification, this gorgeous 15th-century structure now houses several fascinating museums.

Pompeii & Ravello

Let our guides lead you through the once-buried city’s extraordinary relics, explaining its history engagingly and interestingly. Step back in time as you survey the Roman Forum, baths, theatre, brothel, and ancient shops. Peer into the lives of the ancient city’s inhabitants, as you visit their houses and the streets they walked along every day. You can also glimpse the famous ‘plaster cast’ bodies of its former citizens, frozen in the final moments of their lives as Vesuvius erupted.


Salerno is an old and charming city at the end of the Amalfi Coast. Its historic center offers interesting art treasures, especially from Medieval times such as the Cathedral and the Castle that you will visit with your local guide.


A historic center made up of a maze of narrow lanes lined with shops, cafès, restaurants, and limoncello sellers. To one side, the crystalline sea, and to the other lush hills covered in citrus groves. Highlights like Capri, Positano, Amalfi, Ravello, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Mount Vesuvius, and Ischia are all within striking distance for a day trip.


A resort spot synonymous with leisure since Roman times, with its striking white houses that begin around the Church of Santa Maria Assunta and seem to sweep down toward the sea. Explore the numerous artisan workshops and bottegas with your private guide.

Wine Region Tour

Explore the hills of Tuscany and its famous Sangiovese vines or famous wine estates such as Chianti, Siena, Montepulciano, and San Gimignano.

The Uffizi Gallery

In the Uffizi Museum, you will experience some of the most incredible works of art to be found anywhere in the world as your private guide takes you around the installations and collections of Renaissance artwork found in the 60 halls spanning from the 12th century to the 16th. Explore works of Masters such as Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, and more.

Accademia Gallery

The Galleria dell’Accademia di Firenze, or “Gallery of the Academy of Florence”, is most famous for hosting a collection of Michelangelo’s work including Prisoners, which was originally intended for the tomb of Pope Julius II, and an unfinished statue of Saint Matthew, and of course most famous of all for being home to the world’s most celebrated statue, Michelangelo’s David.

Florence Cathedral & Duomo di Firenze

A stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, the Dome of Florence Cathedral provides the best view across the city and is a must-visit attraction on any Florence tour.