Italy Sightseeing, Attractions, Culture and History Tours 2019/2020
409 great sightseeing, attractions, culture and history tours in Italy.
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Below you will find 409 curated sightseeing, attractions, culture and history tours taking place in Italy with 1831 reviews.
Our sightseeing, attractions, culture and history tours are supplied by 45 hand-picked travel agencies in Italy.
With tour prices ranging from 18 USD to 11,325 USD and tour durations varying from 1 day and to 43 days, there is plenty to choose from.
Rome: As night falls, delight in the romance of the Eternal City before gathering for a spectacular Welcome Dinner of delicious Italian cuisine and wine at an elegant local restaurant near Piazza Navona..
Isle of Capri: Take in exclusive views of the Gulf of Naples from the privileged perch of Michelin-starred Mammà.
Isle of Capri: A refreshing lemon granita is the perfect way to cool down in the Mediterranean..
Romantic Venice is like no other city in the world, a watery wonderland literally sinking under the weight of its iconic sights.
Explore the masterpiece medieval town of Gubbio – centuries of history around every corner and the requisite cobblestone streets, gothic palaces and churches, all with stunning views straight across the valley.
Ride a unique open-air cable car over picturesque Umbrian valleys and ancient ruins to a hill-top basilica.
“We really enjoyed our Lake Como Rambling trip. Accommodation and food were excellent and maps and directions for walks were very helpful. It was great being offered a couple of options for walks on most days and Lake Como was such a beautiful destination you could have enjoyed it just sitting by the lake eating gelato or drinking coffee.”
“The Dolomites walk was a challenging and enjoyable trek trough some amazing and varied mountainous regions. In contrast to the snow and greenery of the Mt Blanc trek there was a lot of trekking through "moonscape" type areas with some loose shale and good climbs. It is not technically difficult but some of the climbs certainly got the heart going a bit. As usual with the UTracks trip, everything was very well organised and the guides were fantastic, having no hesitation in sharing there experiences and history of the area.”