Classic Italy


Day 1 - Rome.Arrive into Rome where you will be met by a guide and driven to your centrally located hotel for your first three nights.Accomodation Rocco Forte de Russie Rome

Day 2 Rome.Today you'll explore the labyrinth of narrow streets and beautiful, wide open piazzas of central Rome with your expert guide. You'll discover a lively hub of Roman life at the Campo de' Fiori marketplace before the spectacle of the oval-shaped Piazza Navona, home to Bernini's famous Quattro Fiumi fountain. The Pantheon is arguably Rome's most inspiring site and the best-preserved of all Roman monuments in the city. Be sure to throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain to ensure you'll return to Rome one day! A climb to the top of the Spanish Steps rewards with stunning views over the hills of Rome and dome of St. Peter's.

Day 3.Beat the queues and visit the Vatican Museums, home to an extraordinarily rich collection of precious arts, maps, sculptures and antiquities; however the masterpiece is Michelangelo's frescoed ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. The present Cathedral is a beautiful mix of Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

Day 4 -Florence.You will be driven you to Rome railway station where you will be shown to your first class seat ready for your journey to Florence. Upon arrival you'll be met at the door of the train and driven to your hotel.Accomodation Belmond Villa San Michel

Day 5 - Florence.A walking tour of Florence is an excellent way to discover the city. Your local guide will take you to the world-famous Uffizi Gallery to admire Caravaggio's Medusa and Botticelli's Birth of Venus to name but a few. You'll stop in the Church of Santa Croce, where many famous Florentines such as Michelangelo and Galileo are buried.

Day 6 Florence.Today you'll enjoy a full day in the countryside, where you can explore San Gimignano and Siena at your own pace. You may want to visit the Collegiata containing 15th-century frescoes, the Palazzo del Popolo for its Renaissance paintings and the Church of Sant'Agostino. In Siena you'll meet your guide for a walking tour of the Piazza del Campo, one of the finest main squares in Italy, and the Palazzo Pubblico, Siena's Town Hall since the 1300s. Don't miss the Duomo with its unforgettable frescoes in the Piccolomini Library.

Day 7 - Florence / Venice.oday you'll take a first class train journey to Venice, where on arrival you'll be whisked to your hotel by private motor-launch.Accomodation Belmond Hotel Cipriani

Day 8 - Venice.You'll enjoy a walking tour of Venice today with your local guide. Not only the residence of Doge, the Doge's Palace was also the seat of the Venetian Republic. The lavish frescoes, graceful staircases and gilded stuccowork reveal the glory and opulence of this period. One of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture in Venice, St. Mark's Basilica was once the Doge's chapel and is also a mausoleum for St. Mark, the patron saint of Venice.

Day 9-Venice.Venice lies in the centre of a vast lagoon. Along with your local guide, you'll enjoy the beauty of a ride across the waters, stopping at Burano, a quaint and colourful fishing island famous for its lace and charming architecture, before cruising on to the island of Murano where glass has been made for over 700 year

Day 10 - Venice.Fly back home.

VIP Experience

Rocco Forte de Russie Rome.Writing to his mother from Rome’s Hotel de Russie, poet Jean Cocteau remarked that he could pick oranges from his balcony, describing the hotel as paradise on Earth."" This paradise was later turned into an office building before Sir Rocco Forte fashioned it into one of Rome’s most stylish luxury hotels. The 18th-century terraced gardens remain, but a contemporary-chic design has added polished updates. Fabled restaurant Le Jardin de Russie, where two-Michelin-star chef Fulvio Pierangelini creates Mediterranean dishes, is one of the most romantic places to dine in Rome. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea or an evening cocktail, including the original De Russie Martini that is served with caviar - a nod to the hotel’s 19th-century clientele who would escape cold Russian winters for Rome’s warmer climate.

Belmond Villa San Michele.Belmond Villa San Michele is nestled on a hilltop amid lush trees and terraced gardens, enjoying unparalleled vistas of Florence, stretched out before it in all its classic splendour.Dating from the 15th century, the Villa’s facade is attributed to Michelangelo. Step inside and you experience the ethereal beauty and solitude of a Renaissance monastery that is as much a part of Italy's culture as the country’s greatest cathedrals and galleries.Today, Belmond Villa San Michele is recognised as one of the country’s finest small boutique hotels. Stroll in the Italian gardens, bursting with lemon trees and fragrant roses, and savour superb Tuscan cuisine on the alfresco loggia as if in a private home.

Belmond Hotel Cipriani.Venice: a glorious, theatrical experience that touches all the senses. And if Venice is a theatre, Belmond Hotel Cipriani is the Royal Box.Four minutes by private launch from San Marco, on the tip of Giudecca Island, this luxury hotel commands unrivalled views of the lagoon and Doge’s Palace. Steeped in Venetian style, it is known for interiors decorated in exquisite local artefacts, classic cuisine with an innovative twist and the most fabulous swimming pool in the city.

Package Details

See Italy's three grandest  cities. Spectacle, culture and romance.Roman, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
  • 3 nights in Rome
  • 3 Nights in Florence
  • 3 Nights in Venice
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -.Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seeing as per itineary
Best Time to Visit:
Any time is a good time to go to Singapore. Practically on the equator, Singapore is constantly warm (the temperature never drops below 20°C) and humid and gets fairly steady year-round rainfall. Classic Italy is good to visit year round and this particular itinerary is best from April through to October.

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