All the Roads lead to Italy | Roadlink Trips

Price
₹68045 per person
Duration
8 Days
Destination
Italy
Travellers
2
Spectacular Italy has a lot to offer, from vibrant cities to impressive palaces, from castles that dot the horizon to the beautiful artwork. Italy is a hotspot, the most popular travel destinations in Europe with beguiling history, stunning landscapes, delicious food, Mediterranean islands, a beautiful coastline, the sun-soaked coastline of Capri Island, Sicily, the rolling vineyards of the Tuscan countryside, swum in crystal-clear water off Sardinia, witnessed the Palio in Siena, discover Rome, the mountainous region of the Dolomites, passeggiata in Siracusa, Colosseum on a Vespa, ancient monuments at the ruins of Pompeii and a lot more in the bucket list of endless adventure.
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What's included

Destination
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Accommodation in single twin share room
  • All meals included, 05 Meals Per Day
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Observation and participation in allowed activities
  • Porterage for a maximum of two bags per person
  • Professionally guided tour
Price does not include
  • Departure Taxes or Visa handling fees.
  • Excess baggage charge.
  • International Air, unless expressly paid for
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Tips to guide and driver.
  • Visa arrangements
Additional Prices
Discounted price (weekends only): $1100 First child (0-12yrs): $650 Second child (0-12yrs): $475

Italy, the most vibrant city has its glory from the Italian lakes and coast, picturesque and most romantic Rome, the Tuscan wine lands, the architecture and natural beauty of Florence city, the cliffs of Positano, the gorgeous Cinque Terre and the romantic canals in Venice. The reminiscence of Italy will leave you underwhelmed, with no doubts we need multiple visits to explore the highlights of Italy.

Historical Legacies

Days of yore, Italy was the homeland of the majestic Roman Empire and rich heritage. Bel Paese! It is a perfect nickname given to Italy for its exquisite architecture, art to literature, fashion, to the cinema, breath-taking landscapes to an archaeological site. While discovering Italy, you will be fascinated by the captivating island of Capri, charming cobblestoned streets, iconic attractions of Trevi Fountain, Colosseum, art galleries, sculptures, paintings, iconic masterpieces of love and romance and so on, never-ending list. One thing about this vacation, this city is worth every single penny you spend, gives incredible memories while touring around the charming soul of Europe.

Artistic Riches

Italy has the priceless treasure of art, inspired by ancient Greek and Roman. Italy’s richest cultural heritage has witnessed the genius of painters, sculptors, architects, and artist’s creativity. Tourists get astonished discovering hundreds of world-class museums, art-rich churches with elegant interiors; magnificent mosaics, frescoes, and painted wood panels, magnificent sculptures by Michelangelo, canvases by Caravaggio, elegant portraits, religious paintings, mythological scenes and lot more intriguing art pieces that are continuously initiating new eras. Italian ideal classical art pieces are setting an example of simplicity, harmony, balance, and order, dominating in Europe from ages to ages.

Living the Life

Visiting Italy, living their lifestyle is one of the topmost things to do in everyone’s bucket list. “Don’t miss”  the chance of living real Italian life that starts from their fashion style to value of the people, family traditions to their family ties, resilience to strength, healthy food to life-long curiosity, simplicity to sensitivity, passion for culinary to creativity, and cultural diversity to fascinating glamour.

 

Roman Feasting

Italy is one of the top treasure destinations in Europe, no one would love to miss the chance to soak up into the rich history, to save himself from tasting mouth-watering flavors of Italy. Italy, the country of pasta & pizza, with delicious Corsican cheese and charcuterie accompanied by glasses of wine. The essence of Italian flavors varies from gelato to polenta, a piece of hard cheese to Spaghetti, Tiramisu to Veneto Region pudding, Cappuccino to fabulous wine. Italy’s great food, beautiful countryside, and long history make it an excellent country to visit.

Our journey will start from Civitavecchia to Savona (Italy), Marseilles (France), Barcelona (Spain), Palma De Mallorca (Spain), Palermo (Italy) and back to Civitavecchia.

  • DAY 1
  • DAY 2
  • DAY 3
  • DAY 4
  • DAY 5
  • DAY 6
  • DAY 7
  • DAY 8
DAY 1

Civitavecchia (Rome, Italy) - 19:00

Civitavecchia is the major port for Rome, gets thousands of visitors a day, one of the busiest in the entire Mediterranean. Here you going to have 7 nights cruise around Italy, starts at 19:00 on ___________. Endless adventures await for you from pleasantly relaxing to embarking cloudy skies, from historical ride to boarding the Jewel of the Seas, the exteriors of the Colosseum and a panoramic sightseeing, legendary museums to sip an espresso in an eccentric cafe, etc.

Yes! you heard right Colosseum man-made buildings that considered one Seven wonders of the world and then will be heading to discover the artistic and historical heritage treasures of Vatican city, Tivoli and the Roman Castles and all other main attractions along with wander around the shopping streets of Rome to browse the charming fashion of Rome, Italy.

DAY 2

Savona (Italy) 08:00 17:00

Savona is a stupendous location locked into a sunny bay, the hometown of Christopher Columbus, and the chief seats of the Italian iron industry. Visitors will have a chance to enjoy the inner Harbour and enjoy the sunshine at the city’s Old Port, Pre-Roman & Roman Savona’s Archaeological Museum, the famous La Torretta clocktower, refreshing sightseeing in the Centro Storico to the beautiful Playa de Luna beach, etc. NO, NO! We still have lots to explore the Rococo style with ornate decorations, golden curlicues at the Savonese Cappella Sistina that was erected by Pope Sixtus IV, and topmost destinations are to the UNESCO World Heritage City of Genoa. While touring around the city you can relax at the most historic Caffe del Duomo, will find plenty of shops to buy something for friends and relatives, the most fascinating promenades and old men hanging around in groups on the open squares.

DAY 3

Marseilles (France) 08:00 17:00

Marseille, the French Mediterranean is an excellent city-break destination that no one should miss it.  It's a perfect place to experience the perfect balance between the natural wonder and great features along with stunning coastal scenery, luscious landscape, the jagged limestone caves, and crystal clear waters. Marseille, is the second-largest city in France, with Jaw-dropping scenery and historical landmark that hard to miss. There are many things to do in Marseille including Musée d’histoire de Marseille and Musée des Beaux-Arts, chance to get lost in charm of Le Panier, the spectacular Notre Dame de La Garde with a large golden statue of the Virgin and Child at the top of its tower, Calanques National Park, explore la cité radieuse and Cours Julien for street art, modern architecture, etc. You will never get disappointed by strolling around this oldest city in France.

DAY 4

Barcelona (Spain) 09:00 19:00

Barcelona's cosmopolitan international vibrant vibe's, attracts millions of tourist to quieter and cleaner beaches, to taste the delicious sangria and gin, to have skyline view of Barcelona from cultural landmark called the Montjuïc Cable Car, and last but not the least to Ramblas, the most famous street for shops, Casa Vicens the beautiful modernist building that's true example of genius architect. Even if not a huge fan of art, don't miss the opportunity to visit the Picasso Museum for more than 4,000 pieces of art and Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) for over 5,000 extensive collections of pieces by Spanish and American artists. Being in Barcelona, how can we forget about unique and creative architect style Gaudí, no visit would be complete without a tour of Gaudí’s works including lampposts, monuments, and sculptures and much more. We can't ignore La Boquería, the public market for its delicious food stalls and restaurants that offers a wide variety of seafood, including fish, shrimp, octopus, oysters and lot more.

DAY 5

Palma De Mallorca (Spain) 09:00 17:00

The island’s cosmopolitan capital city, Palma de Mallorca is the well-known destination for its stunning beaches, limestone mountains, honey-colored buildings flaunting beautiful windows, worth exploring the old town, great culture and for family fun. This city has it’s old European charm with more than a 100-year-old museum train to the Bellver Castle in the pine forest, the Paseo Marítimo beach for biking, rollerblading or skateboarding along the beach. Palma’s architecture is truly striking makes you explore more and more from Valldemossa cobblestone streets to mountainside buildings, Deia's gorgeous mountain town, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina and the Catedral-Basílica de Santa María. Not just this how about, having nice dinner along with Contemporary Art, Es Baluard Contemporary Art Museum has the gorgeous outdoor terrace restaurant, the Can Cera Gastro Mediterranean bar, for cool vibe Café La Lonja, etc. You’ll want to make time to see other amazing landmarks like UNESCO World Heritage Site Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, picturesque village of Banyalbulfar, the four large underground Drach Caves and lot more. It has everlasting charm, a perfect place offering something for everyone.

DAY 6

Cruise

Life on a cruise is going to be beyond the explanation. Mediterranean cruise is all about swimwear, beaches, sunglasses, meeting new people, multiple jacuzzi's and many more activities varies from port to port. While on the 6th day it seems exhausting but Cruises' fabulous endless list of entertainment will keep your spirit alive. Life on a cruise gives romantic getaway, family vacation or adventurous tour and lots of free time to explore one your won. For a short period but you going to experience a floating city, everything going to be onboard restaurants, gyms, swimming pools, theaters, spas, Aquarium Bar and even casinos!

DAY 7

Palermo (Italy) 08:00 16:00

Palermo has a long vibrant history characterized by Arab and Norman rule. With a population of 676,000 is the largest island in the Mediterranean sea, it offers a huge range of historical attractions, gorgeous architecture, most of which was done in the Arab-Norman style. Palermo is one of the warmer winter destinations in Europe, you can relax over their as itineraries to visit Palermo on the 7th day. Palermo is famous for its unique melting pot of cultures, over 100 churches, 12 UNESCO sites, 4 oldest outdoor Street Markets in Italy, Third Largest Opera Theater in Europe and Second Largest Historical Center In Italy. No doubt Palermo's cultural and religious history stretching back for millennia, though the city has a fascinating influence on visitors. If you’re wondering what to do in Palermo you can explore many quaint Sicilian streets to the botanical garden for flora and fauna, authentic Sicilian food to Faccia di Vecchia, spectacular mosaics at regional parliament to the feast of geometric patterns and ziggurat crenellations at  Cattedrale di Palermo.

DAY 8

Civitavecchia (Rome, Italy)

On 8th day back to Centumcellae, Rome, to explore 2,500 years of Rome history, and artistic heritage. We can start with panoramic shore excursion of Rome will allow you to visit all the main attractions like the Capitol Hill, and the ancient public library from the 1st century BC, and the Vatican museum, an archaeological site that preserves the remains of the Roman Empire. The itinerary also includes the Circus Maximum, one the greatest Baroque masterpieces the Trevi Fountainthe Pantheon and the Piazza Navona, embellished by the presence of three monumental fountains.

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All the Roads lead to Italy

Price
₹68045 per person
Duration
8 Days
Destination
Italy
Travellers
2