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Rome Florence Venice and Milan by Rail

A train journey covering Italy’s history, culture, art, cuisine, and fashion- All in One!

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Price From
$1499
Price Per Day
$150
Duration
10 Days
Ratings
5/5
Comfort Level
Easy Icon Easy Tours are accessible for all travelers. There will be limited periods of standing or walking during sightseeing excursions as pre-booked transportation will take passengers between destinations.

about this trip

This tour will take you on a memorable train ride across the major touristic cities of Italy. You’ll begin by exploring Rome having stunning feats of civilization, modern and age-old alike. Colosseum, Navona Square, Pantheon, Spain Square, and Trevi Fountain are a few places that you can visit. The next place where you’ll take a train would be Florence. History, art, countryside, and delicious food are the gist of what this capital city of Tuscany has in store for you. Accademia and Uffizi Galleries are a must-visit. After Florence, The City of Water, Venice awaits your arrival. Though the journey to Venice via rail is gorgeous, the city itself has its charm. Riding into a gondola through the Grand Canal and being mesmerized by the city’s beauty should be on your list. In addition, take a walking tour covering St Mark’s Square, Doge's Palace, Bell Tower, etc. Finally, we are at the last city of this train tour- Milan. An epitome of great fashion and design, Milan is a heart stealer. Apart from the latest cultural trends, you can even get a slice of history by visiting the Milan Cathedral. Also, ensure not to miss Leonardo Da Vinci’s stupefying Cenacolo, the Last Supper which is one of the most famous artworks in the world.

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08 NIGHTS
Standard Accommodation
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08 MEALS
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TRAIN
Standard Class Train Tickets between cities
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FLIGHTS
International flights included

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STYLE

Independent Tour by Rail

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • Visit the world’s smallest city, the Vatican City in Rome and the seat of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Discover Florence, city of the Renaissance is dotted with architectural wonders and works of art
  • Be fascinated by the astonishing architecture, winding canals, and pretty bridges of Venice
  • Live the nightlife like never before in the entertainment and fashion capital of Italy, Milan
  • Consider learning the flavorful secrets to making Pizza and Gelato just like the Italians ace it
INCLUSIONS
  • 08 nights accommodation on a twin sharing basis at listed hotels or similar
  • Daily breakfast
  • Train Ticket from Rome to Florence (Economy class)
  • Train Ticket from Florence to Venice (Economy class)
  • Train Ticket from Venice to Milan (Economy class)
  • International roundtrip airfare from various gateways
  • Air taxes and fuel surcharges
  • All currently applicable taxes
EXCLUSIONS
  • Items of personal nature, tips, and gratuities
  • Baggage fees may apply and vary by carrier
  • Arrival and Departure transfer
  • Local city taxes to be paid directly at the hotels
  • Items not mentioned as included

Rome Florence Venice and Milan by Rail

Prices for this tour are per person, based on a twin / double room sharing basis. 

Single supplement is available starting at  USD 699 per person.

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