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Land of la dolce vita, where you can spend an afternoon sipping wine in the sun, wind your way through a multi-course meal, and finish your evening with dreamy gelato. Italy is waiting for you.

Rome & Southern Italy

Begin your Italy vacation in the eternal city of Rome, where you can set foot in ancient sites including the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and the Vatican.

Take your Italian tour south to Pompeii, a city frozen in time. Journey on to Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast for sunshine, alluring turquoise waters, and cliffside lemon groves. Or, take a boat ride to stylish Capri, the Isle of Dreams. Delve into the rich history of Sicily in Taormina, Palermo, and Syracuse while watching the sun rise over Mount Etna.

Florence & Tuscany

Discover the artistic hub that is Florence. See Michelangelo’s “David” statue—among other Renaissance masterpieces—cross the Ponte Vecchio, relax in the Piazza della Signora, and climb the Duomo di Firenze. Elsewhere in Tuscany, you can savor Chianti wine, visit Siena and the famous Piazza del Campo, and pose in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

Venice

Cruise the Grand Canal of Venice to visit St. Mark’s Square, the stunning Doge’s Palace, and Bridge of Sighs. And don’t miss a traditional glass-blowing demonstration in Murano!

Milan & Northern Italy

Relax in the beautiful Italian Lakes District or hike between the five colorful cliffside villages of Cinque Terre. In the fashion capital, Milan, admire La Scala Opera House, the Milan Cathedral, and Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” before perusing the boutiques of Galleria Vittoria Emanuele II.