Verona & Sirmione

Because of its strategic position at the intersection of many roads, Verona played an important role for at least the last 2,000 years. It contains many well-preserved Roman sites, in fact its amphitheater is the third largest in Italy after the Colosseum and the best preserved.
Sirmione is a medieval jewel found along the shores of Lake Garda. Popular for its thermal healing waters that were even frequented by romans in their time. This charming historic town has a 13th century castle that stands at the city center that looks as if it is right out of a fairytale.


“La Serenissima” translated in English as the most serene or sublime, is the name given to this historic port city. Venice charms its visitors from around the world with its unique mixture of Islamic, gothic, and classical influences suspended over a turquoise lagoon.


Teleport back in time through the winding narrow streets and the medieval architecture of this rare ancient gem. Once the main rival to the city of Florence during the renaissance, Siena to this day, is still an important city that holds a rich cultural heritage.

Ravenna & Bologna

Once the capital of the Western Roman Empire, Ravenna then served as capital for the Ostrogoth Kingdom and then as a major port city for the Byzantine Empire.
Similarly, Bologna is a city of art, culture, and commerce known for its manufacturing tradition and hosting conventions. Bologna’s 38km of arcaded streets are the longest porticos in the world.

Pisa & Lucca

Leaning since its completion in 1372, Pisa’s famous icon is the bell tower of the striped Romanesque cathedral beside it in the Piazza dei Miracoli.
On the other hand, Lucca is a real Tuscan treasure, encircled by well-preserved Renaissance walls that today provide tree-lined paths from which to view the city and surroundings either on foot or by bike.


Thousands of years of architectural and historical treasures including the Pantheon, Forum, Colosseum, and St. Peter’s basilica characterize this renown capital. We’ll also visit the impressive collection of the Vatican museums that house Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and the papal apartments painted by Rafael.