Here is how we recommend you spend 14 days in Italy, covering Rome, Florence, Tuscany, Verona, Cinque Terre and Venice!
Rome is the capital city of Italy and the former capital of the Roman Empire. It’s a city that receives over 10 million international tourists a year, making it one of the top 20 cities in the world.
Experience the romance of the region as you explore vineyards, olive groves, and charming hilltop towns.
The city is known for its art culture, and is where you can admire masterpieces by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Botticelli at the Uffizi Gallery, as well as see the original Statue of David by Michaelangelo.
Hike scenic trails with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean, relax on tranquil pebble beaches, and savor freshly caught seafood.
Wander through well-preserved medieval streets, explore the Roman Arena, and visit Juliet’s balcony. Verona’s romantic ambiance and cultural richness make it a perfect prelude to Venice.