An Italian Adventure - 8 Days

Rome, Siena, & Florence

Program Highlights & Inclusions

  • Professional ETA Tour Manager throughout your trip
  • Transportation throughout your trip
  • Guided walking tour of Florence
  • Visit to the Duomo
  • Admission to the Accademia Museum
  • Visit the Piazza della Signoria
  • Visit the Ponte Vecchio
  • Visit to the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Free time in Florence
  • Admission to the Uffizi Gallery
  • Free time in Siena
  • Visit the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain
  • Free time in Rome
  • Guided tour of Anicent Rome
  • Admission to the Roman Forum
  • Admission to the Coliseum
  • Visit the Pantheon & Piazza Navona
  • Visit Vatican City with admissions to St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum & the Sistine Chapel
  • Free time in Trastevere along the Tiber River

Daily Itinerary

Day 1- Departure 
Today you'll start your adventure to Italy to make unforgettable memories. 

Day 2- Arrival, Rome, Florence
Upon arrival in Rome you’ll meet your local Tour Manager and start the drive to Florence. In the afternoon, you’ll take a walking tour of this city famous for its art and architecture. The city was the center of the Florentine Republic founded in 1115 AD and is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance during the Middle Ages, also home to the Medici, one of history’s most important noble families. During your tour you’ll see the famous Florence Cathedral and Baptistery known as the Duomo, a magnificent gothic structure built in the 1300’s includes art work by Giotto and engineering by Brunelleschi. Afterwards, you’ll see Baslilca of Santa Croce which is the burial place of famous Italians including Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli. Then you’ll continue to the Accademia, where you’ll see the Michelangelo’s original statue of David. You’ll also visit the Piazza della Signoria, the Ponte Vecchio and other sites during your tour. 

Day 3- Pisa, Florence 
This morning, you’ll take a drive to Pisa where you’ll see the famous leaning tower. The tower is the bell tower of the cathedral of the city of Pisa. It was constructed more than 800 years ago and leans because the original designers did not realize how unstable the soil was. It began to lean before it was completed but the construction took over 100 years. After your visit, you’ll head back to Florence for some free time and then dinner. 

Day 4- Uffizi Gallery, Florence 
This morning, you’ll head into Florence for a visit to the Uffizi Gallery, one of the oldest and most famous museums of the western world and home to famous works by Michelangelo and Da Vinci. You’ll then have some free time for lunch and shopping in Florence.
Overnight in Florence.

Day 5- Siena, Rome
Today you'll start your journey to Rome. On the way you’ll make a stop in the Medieval hill-town of Siena. This fascinating walled city is built on a hill top and was first settled by the Etruscans over 2,500 years ago. You’ll have a chance to stroll through the charming pedestrian streets and to see the “Campo” or main square where the annual Palio (horse race) takes place every summer. Afterwards, you’ll continue the drive to Rome where you’ll have dinner and then see the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps at night. 

Day 6- Rome
To start the day, you’ll take a tour of Ancient Rome. Here you’ll learn about this history of the thriving civilization that began as early as the 8th century BC and grew to become one of the largest empires in the ancient word. Your first stop will be the Roman Forum which served for centuries as the center of Roman public life. Throughout the years, it served as a venue for public speeches and criminal trials, a market place and as the site for ancient government buildings. After the tour, you'll continue to the Coliseum, an elliptical amphitheater in the center of Rome and the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. Its construction was completed in 80 AD and is a 50,000 seat stadium used for gladiator battles and other public performances. At the end of the day, you'll see the Pantheon and Piazza Navona at night.

Day 7- Vatican City, Rome
Today you'll visit Vatican City and see St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. In the afternoon, you’ll perform in Rome (must be confirmed) In the evening, you'll take a walk along the Tiber River in the trendy area of Rome known as Trastevere. 

Day 8- Departure
Today your Italy adventure comes to and end as your start your journey back home. 


We know how hidden costs can ruin a program. Our tours are fully inclusive; there are no hidden costs or surcharges.
Once your group enrolls in a trip, the price will never change. Here is what you will get on every trip:


Every single tour that we operate is unique and tailored for your group.

Private Tours

We do not combine your tour group with others.

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Flexible Payments

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Affordability & Quality

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Chaperones travel for free!

Just tell us how many free places you need.

Medical & Trip Delay Insurance

ETA includes up to $100,000 per person in medical coverage and insurance protection for travel delays.

Optional Trip Cancellation Insurance

This even includes a "cancel for any reason" option.

24 Hour Support

We have staff available 24/7 via phone for any emergency.

Full-time Tour Manager

ETA's professional Tour Manager will be with you throughout your trip.

Air, Land & Water Transportation

We include all transportation... to, from and during your trip.


Hotel, homestay and/or hostel options are customized according to your preferences, itinerary and budget.

Sightseeing & Entrance Fees

If it is included in your itinerary, any fees and/or tickets are covered.


You choose which meals are included in your program.