WHAT...TO SEE IN ITALY?

Italy is filled with famous works of art: whatever you do, make time to fit in the exceptionally beautiful cities and the gorgeous natural beauties. There are many sites in Italy you should see at least once in your lifetime…

We carefully hand-picked what we think is something that will make your journey to Italy, unforgettable. We carefully selected and personally tested all the excursions we are proposing you to let you discover a real Italy, made of places and persons, gems spotted all over the country.

We are offering you important classics like Venice's canals but we also added less known spots off of the beaten track and of course we included a selection of exclusive excursions designed by us at The Italian Tours!


 

Dolomites Full Day Tour - RB01

A full day excursion to discover the Dolomite Mountains! The most important Italian ski resort area declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. This panoramic tour starts from your hotel and reaches the Prosecco hills area ending, two hours later in the charming scenery of Cortina d’Ampezzo - "pearl of the Dolomites". Enjoy aprox., one hour of free time, after that the Dolomites tour leads to Misurina Lake (1756 mt) going up to “Passo delle Tre Croci” (1,800 mt), overshadowed by the Cristallo and Sorapiss Mounts. Stroll around and have lunch in a typical mountain restaurant (optional). After lunch the excursion will take you to the picturesque Auronzo Lake driving through mountain villages. One to mention is Pieve di Cadore: famous to be the place of birth of Tiziano Vecellio – The Titian, one of the most important Italian painter in the Renaissance. Free time to visit the interior of the house and to take some photo shoots before driving back to Venice.  

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Venetian hidden Roman origins - TV14

This full day tour is suggested to people interested in Roman history. You will go along one of the two main Roman counselor roads, Via Annia. Built in 131 b.C. (? or 153? or 128?)  by Praetor Titus Annius Rufo, it started from Adria and reached Aquileia along the North-East Italian coast. You will visit Altino and its National Archeological Museum, built inside a huge archeological area.  During the way, we will visit the ruins a Roman bridges situated in the country land in Ceggia; then Iulia Concordia, now Concordia Sagittaria, important Roman colony founded in 42 b.C., which is considered to be the second biggest early Christian center after Aquileia.   The last stop will be Aquileia, which is called “Northern Pompei” for the quantity and quality of Roman ruins. There you will have the opportunity to visit the impressive 750 sq.m floor mosaics of the Patriarchal Basilica, the biggest in the Occident.

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Venetian hidden Roman origins - VE03

This full day tour is suggested to people interested in Roman history. You will go along one of the two main Roman counselor roads, Via Annia. Built in 131 b.C. (? or 153? or 128?)  by Praetor Titus Annius Rufo, it started from Adria and reached Aquileia along the North-East Italian coast. You will visit Altino and its National Archeological Museum, built inside a huge archeological area.  During the way, we will visit the ruins a Roman bridges situated in the country land in Ceggia; then Iulia Concordia, now Concordia Sagittaria, important Roman colony founded in 42 b.C., which is considered to be the second biggest early Christian center after Aquileia.   The last stop will be Aquileia, which is called “Northern Pompei” for the quantity and quality of Roman ruins. There you will have the opportunity to visit the impressive 750 sq.m floor mosaics of the Patriarchal Basilica, the biggest in the Occident.

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