Italy Self Drive

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  • Package Code:ISD1
  • Package Name:Italy Self Drive
  • Duration:7 Days / 6 Nights
  • Starting From:19000/- Per Person

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Day 1 - Rome, Italy

Welcometo Rome, an exciting city harboring lost empires that bombard you with glorioussites and architecture. Amongst Rome’s world-famous landmarks is the Coliseum,where animals and gladiators fought in epic battles and met their deaths forthe entertainment of the spectators. Throw three coins into the Trevi Fountainand climb the Spanish Steps located at Piazza di Spagna. Visit Rome’s mostbeloved square and one of the world’s most beautiful piazzas, the Piazza Navonawhere beside two of Bernini’s famous fountains you can eat at some of the greatsidewalk cafes or restaurants as local artists endeavor to sell their paintingsto tourists. Try the Roman specialties of spaghetti alla carbonara or gnoccialla Romana.Overnight stay in Rome

Day 2 - Rome, Italy

Enjoy another day in the “Eternal City” as you visit more of Rome’s highlights –places where culture, history, arts and archaeology of the past are gloriously brought to life. At Vatican City visit St. Peter’s Cathedral and enjoy its statues and fountains. The Vatican Museum features masterpieces by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael and from the Museum you have access to the Sistine Chapel. Rome is a shopper’s paradise with Prada, Gucchi,Bulgari, Valentino as well as the many stores serving the younger generation and lower priced Italian apparel. When you are ready for a nice glass of wine there are several wine bars on the side streets, and many restaurants where you can sample more of the Roman specialties such as the roast lamb called abbacchio alforno. At night enjoy Rome as the Romans do by walking among the sensual delights of the wonderful lighted monuments, which appear even more spectacular at night. Overnight stay in Rome.

LeaveRome for your drive to the walled 2,000 year-old city of Orvieto, home to thefamous Etruscan ruins and known for its fine Cathedral, for its ceramics andthe its highly prized Orvieto white wine. Then cross Umbria to the highest ofthe Tuscan hill-towns, Montepulciano, which is encircled by walls andfortifications. On to the gentle, mystical and passionate city of Siena. As youstroll through its narrow streets, lined with palaces and mansions, you becomeenlivened with the clay colored (hence the color, burnt siena) and medievalpast of this beautiful city. The famous Piazza del Campo is shaped like a fan,paved with brick and encircled by a ring of stone slabs. This is the site ofthe famous Palio horse race held every July and August. The drive from Siennato Florence is a land of pastoral and vine-clad hills, the home of ChiantiClassico. Overnight stay in Florence

Drive by the flourishing vineyards and olive groves of the unique Tuscan countryside to the hilltop medieval towers of San Gimignano. In the heart of the town are four fine squares, each with its own historic buildings. Drive through the glorious Tuscan countryside to the ancient town of Arezzo. Visit the Piazza Grande, the most noteworthy medieval square in the city. Drive on to the quiet town of Cortona, whose ramparts cling to the steep slopes of a hill clad inolive groves. From the Piazza del Duomo see the lovely view over the valley.Then back to Florence and a traditional Tuscan dinner - try the bistecca (grilled steak) or fagioli all’ucelletto (beans with quail). A notable red wineis the Nobile di Montepulciano, and Vernaccia di San Gimignano is a favorite white wine. Overnight stay in Florence

Day 5 - Venice, Italy

FromFlorence you drive to the city of Bologna, which has one of the best preservedhistoric centers in Italy and is home to the oldest university in the Westernworld, the Alma Mater Studiorum founded in 1088. The central streets of thecity are largely pedestrianized and follow the grid pattern of the early Romansettlement. The region has a fine gastronomic reputation; for lunch sample itsBologna salami and mortadella, its prosciutto ham, parmigiano cheese and ofcourse spaghetti Bolognese. Leavehistoric Bologna for Ferrara, a town of broad streets and numerous palaces. Inits center is the Castello with four towers surrounded by a moat. Your journeynow takes you to the pictureque city of Padua, with its dense network ofarcaded streets opening onto a large communal piazza. End your day in Venice,the City of Water, often cited as one of the most beautiful cities in theworld. Having a car, it makes much more sense to stay in Mestre, where we havearranged a two-night stay and to take public transport across the causeway.There are no roads in Venice and just one parking garage. Typical food of theregion is the bigoli (a type of spagehetti), risotto with chicory, excellentfish dishes including shellfish, dried cod, sardines, and the black spahettimade with squid ink. Accompany this with the wines of the district, the rose orred sparkling Valpolicella and Bardolino. Overnight stay in Venice Mestre

Day 6 - Venice, Italy

Tobe in Venice is to be a believer in fairy tales, for the only way to get aroundthis 1,500-year-old city is by foot or by water. Take the classical Venetiangondola or motorized waterbuses which ply regular routes along the major canalsbetween the city’s islands. You will be awed by the magical beauty of this cityfilled with palaces and art. Wander the alleyways and bridges, stroll acrossthe Bridge of Sighs – connecting the Doge’s Palace with the prisons whereprisoners would suffer their final torment as they view Venice for the lasttime - relax in the Piazza San Marco in the very heart of Venice, which opensup on to the Grand Canal. With its water-lapped palaces, its panoramic viewacross the water from the Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) it is precisely asCanaletto painted it. You will surely be awed at the Basilica whose exterior isrichly decorated by marble and mosaic and the relics of St. Mark resting in themain alter. There are numerous beautiful churches, palaces and museums, manyfine shops and restaurants serving excellent food. The Ghetto (Jewish quarter)is a hauntingly beautiful and secret corner of the Canneregio district close tothe bustling Strada Nuova. Visit the museum here and the synagogue. Overnightstay in Venice Mestre

Day 7 - Venice, Italy

Today, your tryst with Down under comes toan end today after checkout proceed to the airport & drop your car at car rental office & then board yourflight back home. Return home with wonderful memories of your tour!!

  • 02Nights stay in Rome at hotel Holiday Inn Rome Pisana or similar

  • 02Nights stay in Florence at hotel Mediterraneo or similar

  • 02Nights stay in Malaga at hotel Delfino Venice Mestre or similar

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  • CarRental for 07 Days

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