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Go truffle hunting, Try the amazing street foods, Hike to an active volcano, Take a road trip on Amalfi Coast, Enjoy a sailing tour, Enjoy cave exploration, Take a Dolomites hiking trip, Take a classic gondola ride and many more.

There are so many unique and cool things to do in Italy, that it becomes difficult to make a choice. Whether you are looking for jaw-dropping bucket list experiences or the classic Italian activities, there are literally thousands of things to choose from.

Thinking of what to do in Italy? The more adventurous travellers can choose to hike till the active volcano crater of Mt. Vesuvius, explore underground sea caves dating back to the Bronze Age, visit Baia city and its underwater ruins, hike in UNESCO protected Dolomite mountain ranges, and explore one of the few exciting blue grottos in the world.

Those on a romantic vacation or the ones travelling with family needn’t despair. The most classy activities to do in Italy range from rare truffle hunting, visiting the charming medieval villages on the UNESCO protected Amalfi Coast, taking the world-famous gondola ride in Venice’s intricate canal system, water-skiing in the pristine Lake Como, tasting the finest and oldest wines in the world and creating your signature perfume.

This travel guide draws together the most incredible experiences and things that Italy has to offer for the most memorable vacation of your life! Read on to know what makes Italy so extraordinary and worthwhile of your time.
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Hop on Hop off Rome Sightseeing Tour | Book Now @ ₹1799 Only! Featured
Hop on Hop off Rome Sightseeing Tour | Book Now @ ₹1799 Only!

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Rome

Rome is a city of famous attractions. From ancient sculptures to modern marvels, Rome has it all. But when you have to visit a lot of places, the planning of transport could be an expensive or inefficient problem. We have got you covered.Visit 25 museums and 60 attractions along with the 9 stops of this hop on hop off the bus route and witness the beauty of Rome. About Hop on hop off Rome:Rome is a city full of attractions, and visiting them all could be a difficult task. Make it easy for yourself with the “I Love Rome” Rome Bus Hop On Hop Off Pass. Redeem your voucher for a pass at any “I Love Rome” stand in the city. You can then use any pink double-deck “Panorama Bus” that stops at any of the 9 stops. Each of the 9 stops is close to many prime attractions of the city including parks, museums, churches, fountains, and more!Sit on the top deck of the bus and enjoy a panoramic view of the city's best monuments and sculptures. The bus is also equipped with WiFi and comes after every 25 minutes to these 9 stops in the city. You can choose between 1, 2 and 3 days pass according to your choice. A multi-lingual audio guide with 13 languages will also be given to you on the bus.Ticket Types:24 hours pass48 hours pass72 hours passBus Operating Times:First departure at 8:30 amLast departure (Mon – Thu) at 6:40 pmLast departure (Fri – Sun) at 8:45 pmFrequency: Every 25 minutes, dailyNote:Children aged 6-12 years can book the child ticket for Rome hop on hop off bus tourInfants aged under 5 can join the hop on hop off tour Rome for free.
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Hop on Hop off Milan Bus City Tour | Book Now @ ₹1699 Only! Featured
Hop on Hop off Milan Bus City Tour | Book Now @ ₹1699 Only!

1D

Milan

About Milan:Milan is the fashion capital of Italy. It also has a lot of places and attractions to visit. But when you have to visit a lot of places, the planning of transport could be an expensive or inefficient problem. We have got something for you!Discover Milan with this flexible hop-on hop-off bus tour available in 24, or 48 hours.About the Milan Hop on Hop off bus tour:Milan is a city full of attractions, and visiting them all could be a difficult task. Be mesmerized by Milan’s timeless beauty when you board the comfortable open double-decker hop-on hop-off Milan bus with free WiFi access to visit the city’s most popular attractions. Choose from flexible tour hours to suit your exploration - select from 24, or 48 hours, now you’ll never run out of time to see all of Milan!Sit on the top deck of the bus and enjoy a panoramic view of the city's best monuments and sculptures. Witness the grandeur of Milan’s historic sites such as the Castello Sforzesco, the Basilica of Saint Ambrose, the Parco Delle Basiliche, Teatro Alla Scala, and many more. A multi-lingual audio guide with commentary in English / Japanese / French / German / Spanish / Italian / Portuguese / Russian / Arabic will also be given to you on the bus.Ticket Types:24 hours pass48 hours passOperating Hours:Line A-Duration: It takes around 75 minutes from the first stop to the last stopFrequency: Every 90 minutes (Mon-Thu); 35 minutes (Fri-Sun)First departure: 9:30 amLast departure: 3:30 pm (Nov-Mar); 5:30 pm (Apr-Oct)Line B-Duration: It takes around 90 minutes from the first stop to the last stopFrequency: Every 90 minutes (Nov-Mar); 30 minutes (Apr-Oct) First departure: 10:00 am (Nov-Mar), 9:40 am (Apr-Oct)Last departure: 4:00 pm (Nov-Mar); 6:40 pm (Apr-Oct)Line C-Duration: It takes around 90 minutes from the first stop to the last stopFrequency: Every 60 minutesFirst departure: 10:15 am (Nov-Apr); 10:35 am (May-Oct)Last departure: 4:15 pm (Nov-Apr); 5:05 pm (May-Oct)Line D-Duration: It takes around 60 minutes from the first stop to the last stopDepartures: 2:35 pm, 3:35 pm, 4:35 pm, 5:35 pmMain Bus stops:DuomoCastello SforzescoThe Basilica of Saint AmbroseThe Parco delle BasilicheState UniversityMadonninaThe Teatro alla ScalaHow to use:You can board the bus at any stop along the route in any line. Please note that timetables/routes are subject to change depending on or traffic conditions.Note:Children aged 5-15 years can book the child ticket for hop-on hop-off Milan city tour.Children aged 0-4 are free of charge but need to make a booking to get the voucher.
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Hop on Hop off Venice City Sightseeing Boat Tour, Flat 24% off Featured
Hop on Hop off Venice City Sightseeing Boat Tour, Flat 24% off

Venice

About the place:Venice is known as the city of water. It is famous all over the world for its intricate canal system and wonderful architecture. A visit to Venice calls for a sightseeing tour of the city, and what can be a better mode of transport than a boat. Just like buses, Venice has public transportation boats which sail between the city's major attractions. About the activity:This hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour is the best way to explore Venice. Take control of your own itinerary and hop on and hop off the boat at any point you desire to go. Witness the grandeur of Venetian historic sites such as the Piazza San Marco and Ponte dei Sospiri, the beaches of Lido, Murano, and more. Get to explore the city’s 150 interconnecting canals and 400 bridges in this hop-on hop-off boat tour.Boat Stops:Ferrovia Compartimentale S.Lucia – side F30TronchettoStazione Marittima Terminal CrociereSan Marco Giardinetti RealiLido S.M. Elisabetta Pontile ACTVYalos Murano Pontile Fornace FerroZattere IncurabiliNote:Children aged 0-4 are free of chargeChild ticket: Age 5-15Adult ticket: Age 16+
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Roma Pass 48 or 72 Hours | Book Now @ Flat 10% off Featured
Roma Pass 48 or 72 Hours | Book Now @ Flat 10% off

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Rome

Rome is a place which has a lot of attractions all around the city. On a trip to Rome, you got to see all the unmissable places that reflect the essence of Rome. But travelling to these places could involve a lot of travelling and expenses. With the Roma Pass, you can get free travelling and discounts on various attractions.About the Roma Pass:The pass gives you the opportunity to travel around the city for free. Enjoy free airport transfers and public transport operated by ATAC: bus, tram, metro A, B, B1, C, and railway lines. Get free admission to 1 or 2 participating museum/archaeological sites of your choice and get discounted admission to in various museums, archaeological sites, exhibitions, and events. The Roma pass inclusions grants you free entry to Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, Museo Carlo Bilotti a Villa Borghese, Museo Della Repubblica Romana e Della memoria garibaldi, and more, as well as un-limited use of the Rome's public network within the core Municipality of Rome. You can choose between 48 hour and 72-hour pass according to your needs, and plan your own itinerary at your own pace.Ticket Types:48 Hours Pass72 Hours PassRedemption Information:PIT Fiumicino Airport International ArrivalsOpening hours: 8:00 am-8:45 pm, dailyLocation: Terminal 3PIT Ciampino AirportOpening hours: 8:30 am-6:00 pm, dailyLocation: Arrivals HallPIT Termini Rail StationOpening hours: 8:00 am-6:45 pm, dailyLocation: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 34How to get there: Take metro Line A to Termini StationPIT Fori ImperialiOpening hours: 9:00 am-8:30 pm, daily (closed at 7:00 pm on 16 Sep-31 Dec)Location: Via Dei Fori ImperialiHow to get there: Take bus 75 to Cavour/Ricci Station and walk for about 2 minutesPIT MinghettiOpening hours: 9:30 am-7:00 pm, dailyAddress: Via Marco MinghettiHow to get there: Take bus 63/80/83/52/53/160 to S. Claudio Station and walk for 3 minutesPIT Castel Sant'AngeloOpening hours: 9:30 am-7:00 pm, daily until 27 Oct and from 28 Oct-31 Mar 8:30 am-6:00 pmAddress: Piazza PiaHow to get there: Take metro line A and walk for 2 min.Note:Participants irrespective of age need to book the Pass individually.Most of the museums covered in Roma Pass inclusions are closed on Mondays.
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Milan Cathedral Tickets with Guide I Book Now @ Flat 14% off Only Featured
Milan Cathedral Tickets with Guide I Book Now @ Flat 14% off Only

2H

Milan

About Milan Cathedral Tickets:Milan Cathedral, the best place to discover the history, culture, and art of Milan. Explore the Milan Cathedral and its underground archaeological sites with this guided trip. Visit the oldest shopping mall in the city, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Start the trip from Piazza del Duomo with the guide and first, explore Milan Cathedral. Grab the knowledge and history of the Milan cathedral. The guide is friendly and knowledgeable. The guide will tell you the stories and history of the area. Observe the art & sculpture collection and breathtaking views of Milan city from Milan Cathedral rooftop. Admire the dramatic skyline with its breathing views. Explore the underground sites and secrets of the church. After that, go shopping at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, known as the oldest shopping mall in the city. Visit the oldest mall and shop cloth, jewelry, and other things. Make sure that you grab a cup of Italian coffee and end your tour with a blast of freshness.  Starting time: 02.15 pmStarting point: Piazza del Duomo 20, 20122 Milano MI, ItalyHow to reach: From the Central Station, take the Yellow Underground (M3) line and get off at Duomo - From Cadorna Station, take the Red Underground (M1) line and get off at Duomo.From Garibaldi Station, take the Green Underground (M2) line, change at Cadorna to the red line (M1) and get off at Duomo.Note:Children aged 4-11 years can book the child Milan Cathedral tickets.Children aged 0-3 years can join for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for Milan Cathedral tickets.
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Colosseum Tickets: Skip the Line | Book @ 12% off Featured
Colosseum Tickets: Skip the Line | Book @ 12% off

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Rome

About Colosseum Tickets:Explore and learn about the history of Colosseum with this Colosseum Museum tickets. The Colosseum, Rome’s most iconic monument and most visited site. Skip all the long lines with Colosseum tickets and make your trip to Rome. Colosseum is also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre. Do you know Colosseum was originally built by Nero and after his death, it was completed by his son and successor Titus?  Admire the monuments with an audio guide available in 8 languages. Learn about Roman history with Colosseum, Arco di Settimio Severo, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Experience climbing up the hill where Rome was founded, Palatine Hill. Visit Arco di Settimio Severo dedicated to the eponymous emperor and his two sons, Caracalla and Geta. Roman Forum, the center of Rome surrounded by several important ancient government buildings. Opening hours: 8:30 am-4:30 pmHow to reach: By metro: Take Line B to Colosseo Station and walk for 2 minutes.By bus: Take Line 75, or 81, 87, 673, 175, 204 to Colosseo Station and walk for 2 minutes.By tram: Take Line 3 to Colosseo Station and walk for 3 minutes.Note:Participants aged 0-18 years can enter free of charge after getting their free ticket from the ticket redemption counter.
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Private Milan Airport Transfers | Book Now @ Flat 10% off Featured
Private Milan Airport Transfers | Book Now @ Flat 10% off

6H

Milan

About private Milan airport transfers:Experience comfortable transfers to and from the Milan-Malpensa airport or hotel in Milan. Enjoy private, cheap & convenient transfers in an air-conditioned and safe vehicle. Travel with a professional, experienced and English speaking driver with Milan airport transfer. Just sit back and feel relax while you get transferred to the destination.Don't worry about getting to your hotel from the airport. The package offers you the one-way transfers. You can choose between car and minibus according to your group and luggage. Book your preferred pick-up time and location, and arrive at your destination with a hassle-free and comfortable vehicle. The package includes all taxes like fuel costs to highway tolls. So you didn't have to worry, just sit back and travel to your destination. Vehicle type:Economy car- This car can be accommodated by 4 passengers. This is suitable for 3 standard-sized luggage. Minibus- This car can be accommodated by 8 passengers. This is suitable for 7 standard-sized luggage. Pickup & Drop:Airport pickup- You will be picked from the Milan-Malpensa airport and transferred to the hotel or any other desired destination in Milan. The driver will wait for you for 60 minutes from the pick-up schedule. Hotel pickup- You will be picked from the hotel or any other desired location in Milan and transferred to Milan-Malpensa airport. The driver will wait for you for 15 minutes from the pick-up schedule. Note:All participants irrespective of their age will be considered as adults for your airport transfers in Milan.
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Rome Airport Shuttle Bus Tickets | Book Now @ ₹480 Only! Featured
Rome Airport Shuttle Bus Tickets | Book Now @ ₹480 Only!

2H

Rome

One of the best cities in the world, let alone Italy, is undoubtedly Rome. Its cultural attractions attract millions of tourists every year, and most of them come by air. Rome airport is one of the busiest airports in the country, and getting a taxi to the city after a long flight could be a very inconvenient task. About Rome airport transfers by bus:We provide you with cheap Rome airport transfer with a safe and convenient shuttle bus transfer service between the airport and Rome’s public transport hub, taking out all your stress from traveling. Choose from flexible transfer options that include one way or round trip shuttle services to accommodate your traveling needs. Get to ride inside modern and comfortable air-conditioned buses under the command of a professional and friendly driver.Frequency: Every 30 minutes during the day, less frequent at nightTicket Types:One Way Ticket from Fiumicino Airport to Rome Termini StationOne Way Ticket from Rome Termini Station to Fiumicino AirportRound Trip Ticket (First Departure from Fiumicino Airport)Round Trip Ticket (First Departure from Rome Termini Station)Boarding Locations:Fiumicino AirportLocation: Terminal 3, Bus stop No.14Rome Termini Station Bus StopLocation: Via GiolittiAddress: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 38, 00185 Roma RM, ItalyHow to Reach: Take bus 360 to Termini (MA-MB-FS) Station and walk for 5 minutesNote:Children aged 0-4 years can avail the Rome airport transfers bus for free.
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Hop on Hop off Florence Bus Tour | Book Now @ Flat 10% off Featured
Hop on Hop off Florence Bus Tour | Book Now @ Flat 10% off

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Florence

About the Florence Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour:Florence Hop on Hop off Bus Pass allows you to visit places in the city. With Line A, you can visit mesmerizing sights such as Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazzale Michelangelo. Whereas on Line B allows you having stunning tree-lined views and lets you stop in Fiesole to admire Roman Theater.The multilingual audio guide onboard makes your trip full of knowledge and helps you create worth-sharing memories. With the guide, dive in the fascinating history of the place and learn facts that you can boast back home.The vehicle is comfortable and allows you having a convenient journey. Explore the city at whatever pace you like and visit Florence's most famous sites. There are three options available, 24-hour pass, 48-hour pass, and a 72-hour pass. Book now and enjoy the travel.Operating Hours:Line A:Period: All year longDuration: 60 minutesFrequency: 15-60 minutes (depending on the season)First departure: 9:00 am (Apr-Oct), 10:00 am (Nov-Mar)Last departure: 7:00 pm (Apr-Oct), 5:30 pm (Nov-Mar)Line B:Period: All year longDuration: 120 minutesFrequency: 30-60 minutes (depending on the season)First departure: 10:00 am (Apr-Oct), 11:00 am (Nov-Mar)Last departure: 7:30 pm (Apr-Oct), 3:00 pm (Nov-Mar)Location:You can board the bus at any of the stops along the route.Note:Children aged 5 - 15 years can avail of the child ticket for Florence hop on hop off bus pass.Children aged 0 - 4 years can participate for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for the hop on hop off Florence bus pass.
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61 Ratings

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INR 1,925

Milan Food Tour | Book Now @ ₹4999 Only! Featured
Milan Food Tour | Book Now @ ₹4999 Only!

3H

Milan

About the food walking tour Milan:Food lovers should definitely not miss the chance to learn about and taste the Milanese food with Milan food tour.Not only for museums, art, and culture, Milan is also known for its delicious food and wine. Admire the Milanese food culture with a guided Milan food walking tour. Taste some delicious cream roll, sip the iconic, fragrant brandy and many more. Stroll through one of Milan's most famous and local's favorite spots and taste the food that is best in taste. Grab the knowledge from the guide and you can learn about the process of preparing the dishes. Learn the Milanese food culture, history and making the process of the famous dishes. The English speaking guide will tell you about the specialty and secrets of dishes. Try some sweet Italian cream rolls, sip the iconic, fragrant brandy called Grappa, Risotto Alla Milanese, parmigiana and meatballs. Treat your taste buds with the best food in Milan. Starting time: 10:00 am / 5:00 PMTour Schedule:1 Apr-31 Oct: 10:00 am-1:00 pm, every day except on Wednesday and Sunday1 Jan 2020-31 Mar 2020: 10:00 am-1:00 pm: tour departs on Mondays, Wednesdays, and SaturdaysHow to reach:The guide will meet you at Panificio Pattini located in Via Solferino 5, Milano. You can reach Lanza - Brera underground station and it's about 5 minutes walking distance from the meeting point. From Lanza underground station take Via Tivoli and carry on to Via Pontaccio, turn left on Via Solferino.Note:Children aged 4-11 years can book the child ticket for food walking tour Milan.Children aged 0-3 years can join for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for Milan food tour.Our sales representative will get in touch with you to confirm your time slots after you make your booking.
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Venice Airport Transfer by Actv Aerobus | Flat 10% off Featured
Venice Airport Transfer by Actv Aerobus | Flat 10% off

1H

Venice

Known for its interconnected canals and its gondola rides, Venice feels like visiting a place to make your dream come true. If you are visiting this land of art, history, magic, tradition, and diversity, choose to get transferred between Marco Polo Airport and Venice central locations by ACTV Aerobus.About Venice airport transfers by Actv Aerobus:With Thrillophilia, get a chance to get transferred between Marco Polo Airport and Venice's main areas. Enjoy safe and convenient bus transfers between the airport and the city’s central locations in an ACTV Aerobus. Just sit back and relax while you reach to your destination on the bus.There are two options to choose from, either one way or round trip tickets to Piazzale Roma, Mestre station, and Favaro Veneto. The package is ready to fulfill your transfer needs. The modern and comfortable air-conditioned buses are driven by professional experienced drivers.Venice Marco Polo Airport and VeniceBus: Route No. 5 AerobusLocation: Near the airport's arrivals exit 'B'Duration: 20 minutesDestination: Piazzale Roma, one of the main tourist terminals in VenicePlease check the timetable in advanceVenice Marco Paolo Airport and MestreBus: Routes No. 15 or 45Location: Near Aerobus bus stop, meters away from the airport's arrivals exit 'B'Destination: Central Mestre, Mestre railway station or Favaro VenetoPlease check the timetable of Bus 15 and Bus 45 in advanceRedemption Process:You must get a physical ticket at one of the following locations:ACTV Self-service Machine Locations:Venice Marco Polo AirportOutside Santa Lucia Train StationSanta Lucia Train Station VaporettoFerrovia Scalzi VaporettoPiazzale Roma TramAccademia VaporettoSan Marco/Vallaresso VaporettoSan Marco/Giardinetti RealiSan Zaccaria/Pieta VaporettoNaval Historic MuseumGiardini Biennale VaporettoArsenale Tese vaporettoFondamenta Nove vaporettoZattere vaporettoNote:Children aged 0 - 6 years can avail of Actv Aerobus Venice airport transfers for free.
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Pantheon Rome Tickets with Audio Guide | Book at ₹499 Only! Featured
Pantheon Rome Tickets with Audio Guide | Book at ₹499 Only!

Rome

Get Pantheon tickets Rome with Thrillophilia and explore the rich history of Pantheon. The place was a Roman temple and now it is a church in Rome and It was completed by the emperor Hadrian. Discover the historic structure, architectural features and their details with an audio guide. The audio guide is available in 8 languages (Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, or Portuguese). The audio guide will give you all the information about the place and its history.Get to know how the Pantheon temple played an important role in Roman society with Pantheon tickets Rome.Opening Hours:Monday-Friday: 10:00 am-5:00 pmSaturday: 10:00 am-3:30 pmSunday: 12:00 pm-5:00 pmHow to reach:The tour will start from Piazza Della Rotonda, 00186 Roma RM, Italy. You can reach here by metro and bus.By metro- The closest metro station is Barberini (via Line A). It's about 700 meters from the Pantheon.By bus- Take bus 30, 40, 62, 64, 81, 87, or 492 and get down at Largo di Torre Argentina Stop, which is about 400 meters from the Pantheon.Note:Children aged 0-12 years can enter free of charge and don't need to book their Pantheon tickets Rome.Participants wearing shorts, vests, and sleeveless tops are not allowed.Bring valid ID proof with your Pantheon Rome tickets.The voucher is valid only on the date and time specified.
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Half Day Pisa Tour from Florence | Book @ ₹ 3099 Only! Featured
Half Day Pisa Tour from Florence | Book @ ₹ 3099 Only!

6H

Florence

Rising above the banks of Arno, the city of Pisa is one of the most important cities in Tuscany. A famous symbol the Leaning Tower makes this city extremely well-known in the world. Other than this, the city is home to the Bell Tower of San Nicola Church which is near the banks of Arno and the whole church of San Michele of Scalzi.About the half day Pisa tour from Florence:With this Pisa half day tour from Florence, discover Tuscany's pride in the city of Pisa. With this tour, you get to visit Piazza Dei Miracoli which is known to be among the most beautiful monumental complexes in the world. Boasting Leaning Tower and Pisa Cathedral, the half day Pisa tour from Florence allows you to explore the best of the city and dig deep into its history and culture.The city guide helps you brush up on your history and European knowledge as you learn about Pisa in Roman Times. Head straight to Pisa for the start of your Italian adventure from the city of Florence. An hour of free exploration will help you unveil the places in the city like a local. With this package, visit masterpieces such as the Duomo, Battistero, Camposanto, and the ever-palpable Leaning Tower.Book the Pisa half day tour from Florence now at a discounted price and take back a lot of memories to share with your friends and family members back home.Tour Timing: 8:30 am-2:15 pmHow to Reach:By tram: You can easily reach the meeting point getting on T1 Leonardo tramway direction Villa Costanza (you have to get off at Villa Costanza stop which is also the end of the line). The ride takes 20 minutes from the city center and you can choose the nearest stop.Note:Children aged 3 - 12 years can book the child ticket for Pisa day tour from Florence.Children aged 0 - 2 years can participate for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for the half day Pisa tour from Florence.
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Doge's Palace and Saint Mark's Basilica Combo Featured
Doge's Palace and Saint Mark's Basilica Combo

2H

Venice

About the places:Doge's Palace is the symbol of Venice and is widely known as one of the most magnificent structures in the world. Its golden staircase & the plethora of breathtaking paintings made by some of the best artists in the world is a treat for the eyes. It also has the world's longest canvas painting: Paradise by Tintoretto. It is an extremely detailed and ornate representation of heaven, and is the last masterpiece of the renowned artist.Saint Mark's Basilica is a masterpiece of Byzantine art and architecture, and another one of the best architectural marvels in the world. Its marble inlays and beautiful gold mosaics will mesmerize you by their beauty. About the activity:This tour will take you to some of the best architectural and historical marvels of Venice, including the Doge's Palace and Saint Mark's Basilica. The tour starts with a visit to Doge's Palace at Palazzo Ducale - the pinnacle of Venetian political power, and a symbol of the city's wealth and status. Next, visit the Bridge of Sighs whose name a reference to the prisoners that entered the Venetian prisons, including the legendary Giacomo Casanova. Visit the Saint Mark's Basilica, a masterpiece of Byzantine art and architecture, and finally see the Pala d'Oro, one of Venice's most prized possessions, made up of thousands of gems and precious stones. This is a fast track admission ticket i.e. you don't need to wait in line to enter inside the places. Meet Up Details:Meet up time: 10:45amLocation: Yex Exchange Office, under the clock tower in San Marco SquarePlease be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour beginsNote:Nov 2018-Mar 2019: Children aged 0-2 can join for freeApr-Oct 2019: Children aged 0-5 can join for freeFrom April to October, this tour will not available on SundaysThis tour is not available on the following dates: 1-2, 25 Apr; 1 May; 2-3 June; and 15 Aug
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29 Ratings

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Guided Tour from Milan to Venice | Book Now @ Flat 15% off Featured
Guided Tour from Milan to Venice | Book Now @ Flat 15% off

13H

Milan

About Venice:Venice needs no introduction, it is famous for its no road transportation system. You must have seen Venice in a lot of movies and videos, but may not have gotten an opportunity to visit and experience it in real. It has been the spot of many significant moments in history and had seen its part of the world’s most known masters, including Leonardo da Vinci. The history, culture, and beauty of the place with surely take your breath away. About the guided tour from Milan to Venice:This guided day trip from Milan to Venice takes you from the fashionable streets of Milan to the magical city of Venice. The tour will take you around Venice's most famous landmarks and locations with an experienced English speaking guide. During the tour, you will be taking a cruise across the Venetian lagoon to see the beautiful islands. You will then be joining your guide in strolling through the lanes of Venice and learn about the most significant and famous works of architecture and its history.You will also be given a lot of time to explore the city on your own.Meet up time: 7:00 amMeet up location: In front of Milan Visitor Centre, Largo Cairoli 18, at the corner with Via Cusani (MM1 Cairoli - MM2 Lanza).Address: Milan Visitor Center. How to Reach: Take the metro to 'Cairoli Castello' station and walk for 1 minutePlease be at the meetup point 15 minutes before the tour begins.Note:Children aged 4-11 years can book the child ticket for the guided tour from Milan to Venice.Children aged 0-3 can participate in the guided day trip from Milan to Venice for free but need to make a booking to get the vouchers.
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57 Ratings

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INR 9,199

Venice Gondola Ride, Italy I Book Now @ Flat 16% off Featured
Venice Gondola Ride, Italy I Book Now @ Flat 16% off

Venice

About the place:Venice is famous all around the world for its canal system. There are no roads and motor vehicles in the city. The locals use a special traditional boat called Gondola to traverse around the city. About the activity:This activity offers you a chance to ride in a traditional Gondola and sail around the city. Take in the sights of the stunning buildings that look like they're floating on the emerald green waters of Venice, and let its beauty take your breath away. You can choose to take a team of musicians with you who will play a special serenade for you in the backdrop of a wonderful Venice evening to make it more romantic. This is a must take experience in Venice. Book Now!Gondola Ride Time: Nov-Mar: 11:00am, 3:00pm; Apr-Oct: 11:00am, 3:00pm, and 5:15pmLocation: Calle Larga dell'Ascensione, in front of the Poste Italiane (close to Correr Museum)Please be at the meet up location at least 20 minutes before departureGondola Ride + SerenadeTime: Nov-Mar: 3:30pm; Apr-Oct: 6:30pm, and 7:30pmLocation: In front of Hotel Gritti Palace, near Santa Maria del Giglio gondola stationPlease be at the meet up location at least 20 minutes before departureNote:Children aged 0-1 can join the Gondola Ride for freeEach gondola holds up to 6 passengers (plus the gondolier)
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Wine Tasting in Milan | Book @ ₹2999 Only! Featured
Wine Tasting in Milan | Book @ ₹2999 Only!

1H

Milan

About the wine tasting Milan experience:Taste different wines and learn about the wine culture of Milan. Taste new varieties of wine with some snacks with this wine tasting experience in Milan. Taste 3 different and famous types of wine North Italian red wine, white wine, and Italian sparkling wine at the local's favorite spot. Forget about the stress of all-day and spend your evening with loved ones while enjoying red wine. Taste 3 types of wine with this wine experience. You can enjoy Italian dishes with wine on your own. Taste North Italian red wine, white wine, and Italian sparkling wine with some of the traditional foods of Milan and snacks. Grab 3 different types of Italian food and snacks while enjoying your wine. You will also get a chance to learn about the origin and manufacturing process while tasting the wine. Time: 06:15 PMLocation:  La Dogana del Buongusto located in Via Molino delle Armi #48, MilanoHow to reach:From the Duomo, take tram 2 or 14 to Piazza Resistencia Parigiana for 4 stops. Get off the tram and follow via Edmondo de Amicis for 300 meters. Look for La Dogana del Buongosto on your right. Note:Only participants aged 18+ are allowed during this wine tasting Milan experience.
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Enjoy Wine Tasting in Venice | Book Now @ ₹2199 Only! Featured
Enjoy Wine Tasting in Venice | Book Now @ ₹2199 Only!

1H

Venice

A beautiful city known for its interconnected canals and its gondola rides, Venice is located in northeast Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. The package allows you to go on a tour where you can view the winemaking process and taste the best of wines.About Wine Tasting Venice:One of the best things to do in the canal city of Venice is to explore its bustling streets and canals to look for and taste the local wine. With Thrillophilia, get a chance to visit a highly touted winery in the city’s Dorsoduro District. Not to mention, tasting of two top-quality Venetian wine flavors paired with juicy cold cuts or scrumptious Cicchetti is also included in the package.If you are a wine lover then wine tasting Venice tour is the best package to opt for, it will make you will fall in love with wines. By 4:45 in the evening arrive at the Adriatico Mar in Venice's Dorsoduro district. Wine tasting and food pairing start at around 5:00 pm. The tour ends at 6:00 o'clock and helps you create everlasting memories. The taste of the wine will never lave your buds and you would wish to avail the package again.Meet up time: 4:45 pmHow To Reach:Adriatico MarWalk to Church San Nicola da Tolentino and then walk down Fondamenta dei Tolentini for about 50 meters. Turn right at Fondamenta Minotto and then walk straight for about 150 meters until you reach a bridge. Cross the bridge and look to your left. The Osteria Adriatico Mar should be there.Note:Participants aged 0-17 are not allowed to drink wine therefore, they are not recommended to participate.
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Rome Airport Private Transfers | Book Now @ Flat 20% off Featured
Rome Airport Private Transfers | Book Now @ Flat 20% off

2H

Rome

About Rome Airport Private Transfers:Enjoy the comfortable & hassle-free airport to hotel transfers in Rome with this package!!Experience private car transfer Rome airport to hotel with comfortable vehicles and safe vehicle. Travel with a professional, experienced and English speaking driver. Just sit back and feel relax while you get transferred to the destination from Fiumicino airport. The private car transfer Rome airport to hotel package offers the one-way transfer from city to airport and airport to the city. The package offers avail to sedan car, minivan and minibus according to the number of passengers. You can choose any of transportation according to the group and luggage. Vehicle type:Sedan car- This car can be accommodated by 3 passengers. This is suitable for 3 standard-sized luggage and 3 carry-on bags. Minivan- This car can be accommodated by 6 passengers. This is suitable for 6 standard-sized luggage and 8 carry-on bags. Minibus- This car can be accommodated by 8 passengers. This is suitable for 8 standard-sized luggage and 8 carry-on bags. Pickup & Drop:Airport pickup- You will be picked from the airport and transferred to the hotel or any other desired destination in Rome. Extra charges may apply after a waiting time of 90 minutes from the pick-up schedule. Hotel pickup- You will be picked from the hotel or any other desired location in Rome and transferred to the airport. Extra charges may apply after a waiting time of 20 minutes from the pick-up schedule. Note:This is a one-way transfer service for private car transfer Rome airport to hotel or hotel to airport.All participants irrespective of their age will be counted as an adult.
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Duomo Florence Tickets: Skip the Line | Book Now @ ₹1899 Only! Featured
Duomo Florence Tickets: Skip the Line | Book Now @ ₹1899 Only!

Florence

About Florence Duomo:Named in honor of Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence's cathedral stands tall over the city with its magnificent Renaissance dome. It is a vast Gothic structure built on the site of the 7th-century church of Santa Reparata.It is the most recognizable building in Florence, Italy. One of the top ten attractions of Florence is the cathedral and its corresponding bell tower (campanile) and baptistery (battistero).  This fourth-largest church in Europe is a must-visit on your trip.About the Duomo Florence Tickets:Making to one of the world's top landmarks, the Duomo cannot be missed visiting. With us, you can get skip-the-line access and enter the attraction without entering into the hassle. This is a 30-minute tour and with this, you get to learn about the history of this site and legends behind this famous architectural treasure.With this, you also get an entry ticket to Museo Della Misericordia. Thrillophilia helps you spend more time in exploring the attraction rather than standing in the line to buy Duomo Florence tickets. This breathtaking site will allow you to create memories and share with your relative back home.Time: 9:45 am/10:15 am/1:45 pm/2:15 pm/3:15 pmLocation: In front of Museo della Misericordia, located in Piazza del Duomo 19/20How To Reach:From Santa Maria Novella Train Station head south toward Piazza Della Stazione, turn right onto Piazza Della Stazione and then slight left onto Piazza dell'Unità Italiana. Continue onto Via Panzani. Via Panzani turns slightly left and becomes Via de' Cerretani. Continue straight onto Piazza di San Giovanni. Turn right onto Via Dei Calzaiuoli. Turn left onto Piazza del Duomo and on your destination is on the right.Note:Children aged 2-14 years can avail child ticket for the guided tour Florence Duomo.Children aged 0-1 years can participate for free but need to make a booking to get the vouchers for guided tour Florence Duomo.Our support team will get in touch with you to confirm your preferred time slot after you make a booking.
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Tuscany & Pisa Day Tour from Florence with Lunch Featured
Tuscany & Pisa Day Tour from Florence with Lunch

12H

Florence

A region on Italy's west coast, Tuscany popular places to visit in Italy. Renaissance art in Florence, eating Tuscan food and tasting the excellent local wines are some of the reasons people visit this beautiful place. We have, for you, a tour where we take you to Tuscany from Florence and help you discover the place at its best.About the Tuscany & Pisa day tour from Florence:Tuscany is home to art and history, good food and the countryside vibe and the attractiveness of this region cannot sway you away. Containing several distinct wine regions and subregions within its borders, Tuscany is known as one of the most famous wine regions in the world.The first place we visit on this tour is Pisa. Apart from the famous and mesmerizing leaning tower, there are many beautiful cathedrals and enormous baptistery that you cannot miss visiting. The nearby hill town of San Gimignano, including the UNESCO-listed Old Town that's famous for its medieval skyscrapers, is what is in the list next.Not to mention, visiting a local winery for lunch and wine tasting is included in the tour as well. The last destinations included with this package are Piazza del Campo and Piazza del Duomo in Siena. Book now and take back a lot of memories.Meals:Meals include lunch in a Tuscany Farm and Wine Tasting.Time: 7:45 amHow To Reach:Florence Coach Station, Villa Costanza (Tram T1)By tram: You can easily reach the meeting point getting on T1 Leonardo tramway direction Villa Costanza (you have to get off at Villa Costanza stop which is also the end of the line). The ride takes 20 minutes from the city center and you can choose the nearest stop.Note:Participants aged 13-25 years can avail of the child ticket for Tuscany & Pisa day tour from Florence.Children aged 0-12 years can participate for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for Tuscany day tour from Florence.
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Visiting Florence Uffizi Gallery was a great decision. I enjoyed Tuscan lunch with my guide. He was friendly and had good knowledge of the place. Great experience!
So glad to have booked the Uffizi gallery package. Thrillophilia support team got in touch with me quickly and helped me make the booking. They actually delivered happiness and added a true meaning to my Florence trip!
It was so easy to book with Thrillophilia and I also got a great discount. Realized that Florence hop on hop off is the best way to explore the city. It was such a splendid experience with an audio guide!
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I and my friends booked the Uffizi gallery tour with Thrillophilia. The guide was friendly and told us many things about the area. It was a great experience!
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People Also Ask About Italy Things To Do

  1. Which are the best things to do in Italy?

    1. Go Truffle Hunting: Truffle hunting is an age-old tradition here and one of the best things to do in Italy. Truffles, which are edible mushroom-like fungi that grow beneath the ground ear roots of trees, are such an intrinsic part of the Italian cuisine that the country also celebrates International Truffle Festivals!

    What makes truffle hunting an exciting thing is that they are extremely hard to find and are considered to be a food fit for the Gods. They are found only inside dense forests and a truffle hunting tour will take you on elusive trails. Dogs trained in sniffing truffles also accompany some tours. The highlight of this activity is that after the tour, you are served a delicious meal made of the truffles that you picked.

    Location: The best locations for truffle hunting are Tuscany, Le Marche, and Langhe.
    Price: Truffle hunting costs start from Euro 110, INR 9175
    Timings: The best season for this activity is between April to September.

    2. Try The Amazing Street Foods: You are never left wanting when thinking of what to do in Italy for food! Italian food is not only about fine dining, pizza, pasta, and gelatos. Italy’s street food is extremely varied, interesting, and quite unique.

    Some of the best things to try are Arancine (deep-fried rice balls served with arrabbiata sauce), Panzerotti (Calzone-type savoury pastry filled with cheese & tomato), Crema Fritta (Fried custard), Polenta (cooked cornmeal fried in sugar) and Olive All'Ascolana (crisp olives and filled with spiced meat spiced and parmesan).

    Location: Central Italy for Olive All'Ascolana, Southern Italy for Arancini & Panzerotti, and Northern Italy for Polenta.
    Price: Street foods start at around Euro 6, INR 500.
    Timings: Summers are the best time as this is when you’ll find the maximum number of street food trucks and pop-up shops.

    3. Hike to an Active Volcano: Go beyond mountain hiking on your next trip to Italy! Try hiking up till the crater of Mount Vesuvius, one of the only two dormant volcanoes in Europe, which is one of the most adventurous things to do in Italy. The fact that this mountain is still active and is dangerous has been attracting climbers since the 16th-century.

    It is an exciting experience to see the mountain responsible for burying Pompeii city in ash in 79 AD. You will take an easy 30-minute hike to the top and traverse through trails covered entirely in ash & pumice. At times hikers have been able to spot the crater spewing a bit of stream.

    Location: Naples.
    Price: To be able to hike till the crater, you need to pass through Mount Vesuvius Park, the entrance fee of which is Euro 10, INR 834.
    Timings:
    - March- October:
    9:00 am to 4:00 pm
    - April, May, June, and September: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    - July & August: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    - January, February, November, and December: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

    4. Take a road trip on Amalfi Coast: One of the most thrilling things to do in Italy is to see this place of extraordinary beauty, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This road trip will let you pass through picturesque medieval villages like Ravello, Praiano, and Positano.

    The coastline of the Tyrrhenian Sea is famous for its breathtaking beauty, expanses of stark blue-green waters, dramatic cliffs, and pristine white sandy beaches. Don’t miss stopping for a breather in the lush vineyards, olive groves, ancient churches and coves on your route. No wonder this trip finds a mention in National Geographic’s’ ‘Drives of a Lifetime’.

    Location: The road trip can be started from Naples, known as the gateway to the Amalfi Coast.
    Price: The entire 8-day trip would cost around Euro 2,000, INR 1.67 lacs. This includes accommodation, food, parking & petrol charges, entry fees, etc.
    Timings: The road trip is most enjoyed between April-October.

    5. Enjoy a Sailing Tour: Thinking of what to do in Italy on the weekend? Italy’s long coastline is dotted with remarkable beaches and islands that offer the perfect reason and opportunity to sail. This is the best way to step away from the usually crowded places and plunge into the stunning seaside beauty of the country.

    You can rent powerboats, catamaran, skippered, or a bareboat that will let you explore colourful harbours, ancient villages, churches, and hidden sea coves.

    Location: Bay of Naples, Sicily, Sardinia, and Tuscany.
    Price: Sailing tours start from Euro 143, INR 11,200.
    Timings: The peak sailing season is between May and October.

    6. Enjoy Cave Exploration: One of the most exciting things to do in Italy is to explore the dense network of its intriguing underground caves that have existed here since the Bronze Age dating back to 1200 BC.

    These caves include walkways dug thousands of years ago with still-evident pick marks, ancient religious sites, deep ravines, and walls covered in pagan paintings and scriptures. These catacombs have seen centuries of wars and include sacred burial chambers and prayer places belonging to the Stone Age.

    Location:Tuscany, Vintimiglia, and Toirano.
    Price: The tours start at Euro 120, INR 10,000.
    Timings: May-October is the best time to go cave hunting.

    7. Take a Dolomites Hiking Trip: The Dolomites are famous for their stunningly rugged landscape, amazing hiking trails, and the panoramic views that they offer. One of the best things to do in Italy is to enjoy hiking amidst miles of woods, green-golden meadows, mountain lakes, and rugged cliffs in these ranges.
    Some of the best routes to explore here are the Tre Cime Di Lavaredo Loop, Seceda to Wolkenstein, and Alpe Di Siusi.

    Location: Northeastern Italy extending from River Adige in the west to the Piave Valley in the east.
    Price: The trek cost starts around Euro 50, INR 4176.
    Timings: Period between June-September offers the best views and weather.

    8. Take a Classic Gondola Ride: Cruising through its famous canals on a gondola and is considered to be one of the best activities to do in Italy. So much so that no trip to the country is complete without it! These watercraft emerged more than 1000 years ago in Italy for transporting people and goods and are now one of the most popular things that travellers tick off their bucket list.

    Cruising slowly beneath the quaint bridges amidst magnificent architecture is something that you won’t forget anytime soon.For the best experience, you can opt for a gondola with a singer on board who will serenade you as you enjoy some of the greatest landmarks in the world. There are numerous tours to choose from- daytime tours and sunset & wine tours, etc.

    Location: The best gondola rides are enjoyed in Venice.
    Price: Gondola rides start at around Euro 44, INR 3700.
    Timings: It can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

  2. Which are the best tourist places to visit in Italy?

    1. Colosseum: One of the most recognised buildings in the world, the Colosseum is what landmarks Italy. Named after the nearby statue of Nero (Colosseum), it was built in 72 AD as a space for public games and fights.

    Initially built to house over 50,000 people, Colosseum’s inner arena was where legendary gladiator fights and exhibitions of exotic animals took place. Don’t miss to see the centuries-old Arch of Constantine, walk amidst the underground tunnels and trap doors in the Hypogeum, and the Ludus Magnus, which used to serve as a Gladiator training school.

    It is quite a surreal experience visiting this larger than life place that was at the core of stories about ancient Roman wizardry, witchcraft, magic, and demonic spirits.

    Location: Piazza del Colosseo, 1, Rome.
    Entry Fee: Euro 12, INR 1002
    Timings:
    - Till February 15th: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
    - February 15th-March 15th: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
    - March 16th-Last Saturday of March: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
    - Last Sunday of March-August 31st: 8:30 am to 7:15 pm
    - 1st September-September 30th: 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
    - 1st October- Last Saturday of October: 8:30 am to 6:30 pm

    2. Lake Como: Considered to be amongst the most remarkable of Italian Lakes, Lake Como is a once in a lifetime place. Shaped like an inverted ‘Y’, the lake is bestowed with picture-postcard-like beauty. High mountain peaks, charming villages, cobbled-street walkways, and acres of flowering gardens surround the crystal clear waters of the lake.

    It is a great place to enjoy water-skiing, sailing, windsurfing, and taking long relaxed cruises, some of the best things to do in Italy. Round off your day with a classic Italian meal and coffee at the nearby village cafes.

    Location: Lombardy, Italy.
    Entry Fee: No entry fee.
    Timings: The best time to visit is between March-November.

    3. The leaning tower of Pisa: One of the most fascinating buildings in the world, this building was originally built as a bell tower in the 11th-century. The famous slant of the tower, caused by its soft foundation and poor architectural planning, still continues albeit in minuscule degrees.

    Taking the marble stairs threading through beautiful archways and stonewalls to the top of the tower and seeing the magnificent views of the city, its lush grasslands and red-tiled houses is one of the most amazing activities to do in Italy.

    Location: Pisa, Italy.
    Entry Fee: Euro 18, INR 1503
    Timings:
    - November-February: 9:45 am to 5:15 pm
    - 5th December-8th December: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm
    - 21st December-6th January: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
    - 1st March-23rd March: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    - 23rd March-29th March: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
    - April-September: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
    - 17th June-31st August: 8:30 am to 10:00 pm

    4. Ancient ruins of Pompeii: One of the most important custodians of Roman art, culture, history, and traditions, Pompeii’s ruins are a must-visit. Stepping into the ruins of the city, that was lost for centuries after it got buried under volcanic eruption from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, is like travelling in a time capsule and is one of the most surreal activities to do in Italy.

    You will see still intact houses with intricate text & paintings, amphitheatre with painted frescos, temples, thermal baths, etc. Don’t miss to see places where grindstones, coins, furniture, and jewellery of the erstwhile residents are stored by archaeologists.

    Location: Campania, Italy
    Entry Fee: No entry fee.
    Timings: Can be visited anytime.

    5. Capri Island: Known as one of the most stunning islands in Italy with extraordinary natural beauty, taking a day trip to the almost 2000-year-old Capri Islands is one of the best things to do in Italy. The highlight of the island is Blue Grotto, which is a sea cave illuminated in the most brilliant hues of blue by angular columns of sunlight.

    You can take a boat trip around the island to savour its ever-changing scenery and the massive rock formations known as Faraglioni. You can shop at popular shopping streets of Piazetta and Marina Piccola and round off the day with the famous Caprese Salad and ground almond chocolate cake.

    Location: Tyrrhenian Sea, off the Gulf of Naples, Campania, Italy.
    Entry Fee: No entry fee
    Timings: April-Mid June, and September-Mid October.

    6. Trevi Fountain: Undoubtedly the most beautiful fountain in Rome, this 17th-century fountain is an architectural marvel. Built in the Renaissance-era, this fountain is shrouded in interesting myths. Every year, over a million Euros are collected from the fountain thrown by people in their wish to fall in love or marry an Italian!

    The stupendous Baroque architecture features the statues of Oceanus (God of Water), Salubrity, Agrippa, and Abundance surrounded by sea horses, chariots, hippos, and conch shells. Seeing the fountain beautifully illuminated in the evening is one of the best free things to do in Italy.

    Location: Trevi District, Rome.
    Entry Fee: There is no entry fee.
    Timings: The fountain is always on.

  3. What are the most romantic things to do in Italy for couples?

    You don’t have to think too much about what to do in Italy with your partner. Not when you are in one of the most romantic places in the world! Some of the most romantic things to do here are:

    1. Lock your love, Florence: In Italy, you can lock your love, quite literally! The entire country has places where couples place lovelocks, a First World War tradition, for each other. One of the most famous sites to see thousands of such tiny symbols of love and tie your own locks is Florence’s most famous bridge, the Ponte Vecchio. Undoubtedly, one of the most romantic and free things to do in Italy

    2. Explore the Vineyards, Tuscany: What’s a trip to Italy without visiting the lush fragrant vineyards of Tuscany, which is one of the most exciting activities to do in Italy. There are numerous old family-owned historic properties that let you sample selections of excellent vintage wines accompanied by traditional snacks like roasted meats, cheese, olives, truffles, etc.

    Couples can even take cooking classes together, pick olives, and stroll for hours in the luxuriant olive groves surrounded by oak-covered forests and hills.

    3. Relax in a Thermal Spa: Take a break from sightseeing and head over to one of the several exotic locations for an authentic thermal spa experience. The resort town of Sirmione is one of the best places where you and your partner can enjoy mud baths, massages, and spa from spring waters 2100 meters below the earth.

    Maremma town has a spa that uses water from the Saturnia spring, born in a volcanic crater. Other great thermal spas are at Terme di Saint Vincent (Aosta Valley), Terme di Popoli (Pescara), and Terme di Grado (Gorizia).

    4. Create your Signature Perfume, Florence: There is nothing more romantic than having a perfume exclusively created to celebrate your love. And that’s exactly what you can do at Lorenzo Villoresi’s perfumery in Florence, one of the most offbeat things to do in Italy.

    Lorenzo constructs bespoke fragrances for couples using ancient distillation techniques with exquisite ingredients like Bulgarian rose, oakmoss, Mysore sandalwood, coastal blossoms, etc.

  4. What are the best adventure activities to do in Italy?

    You are an adventure seeker and thinking of what to do in Italy? Choose from amazing activities like:

    1. Kayaking, Naples
    The long shoreline of Naples, calm waters and amazing scenery offer great spots to enjoy kayaking, one of the most offbeat things to do in Italy. There are amazing day and night kayaking tour options like ‘Naples and its Villas’, Sunset, Neapolitan Experience, etc. that let you see incredible rock formations, ancient villas, and the lush meadows.

    2. Bike explorations, Rome
    One of the most fun things to do in Italy is to explore its cities on a bike. You can either explore the city and its famous monuments and famous sites or get out of the city to ride into its luscious countryside. Some of the must-visit places include Aventino Hill, Appia Antica Catacombs, the Roman Aqueducts, etc.

    3. Enjoy thrilling ski trails, Dolomites
    If you happen to visit Italy in the winters, you must not miss skiing in the snow trails of the UNESCO protected Dolomites, one of the most offbeat things to do in Italy. The range offers more than 1,200 kilometres of ski-able trails shared by numerous resorts like Cortina d’Ampezzo, and Val Gardena that reward you with breathtaking views of the immense snowfields, craggy rock faces, and snow-capped mountains. These pistes are of Olympian standards and offer skating and night sledding options as well.

    4. See the fascinating underwater world, Baia
    Baia, known as the sunken city of Italy, is famous for the most fascinating geological phenomena of bradyseism. Unlike a horizontal earthquake movement, this city came into being when the ground shook upward and downward.

    The underwater archaeological park here has 5 major scuba diving spots that let you see submerged roads, statues of Emperor Claudius, and even an entire Villa (Villa a Protiro). The highlight of the place is Secca delle famose where there is a constant underwater volcanic activity of sand bubbling over with sulphuric gas bubbles. Seeing this is one of the most offbeat things to do in Italy.

  5. What is there to do in Italy at night?

    The nightlife in Italy is fabulously vibrant. Some of the most amazing things to do in Italy at night are:

    1. Dance The Night away, Florence: Florence has an amazing nightlife and some of the snazziest clubs and bars where you can dance till the wee hours of the morning. They have the best music in town, gorgeous crowds and delicious food and drinks to go with it all. Some of the best clubs in Florence are Full Up, The Blob Club, Dolce Vita, and Flo’ Lounge Bar.

    2. Enjoy a Beach Party, Versilia: The city is famous for its trendy and cool vibes and glamorous crowds coming from all over to enjoy the sunset beach parties. Come sundown and the beaches and the nearby clubs convert into huge party areas with the best of music & food. 

    Enjoy a stunning sunset as you party at clubs like Bango Roma, Twiga Beach Club, Ostras Beach Club, etc. These parties carry on until the small hours of the morning and are amongst the most fun things to do in Italy.

    3. Take a Dreamy Canal Boat Ride, Venice: Thinking of what to do in Italy for a classical experience? The magical Venice and its world-famous canals top the itinerary for any traveller to Italy. The place becomes even more charming during the evenings as the waters come alive with twinkling lights as dusk falls. 

    You can see sites like Piazza San Marco, Doges Palace, St. Mark Basilica, etc. as you cruise on your Venetian boat. Enjoy an authentic Italian dinner accompanied by the finest wines paired with cheese & olives.
  6. Which are the best places to enjoy shopping in Italy?

    Shopping is one of the must-do activities to do in Italy. The best places to shop in the country are:

    1. Milan
    Known as the fashion capital of the world, Milan is an absolute must-visit for people who love the fine things in life. The most popular shopping jaunt is the Via Montenapoleone Street famous for its classic designer boutiques and handmade collectibles. Some of the world’s best brands have set up shop here like Gucci, Pinko, Antonia, Bvlgari, etc.

    2. Naples
    Naples is famous for designer jewellery, precious stones, and designer brands for shoes, apparel, and accessories. To scour through the best of these visit Via Toledo Street that’s home to numerous old and new stores.

    3. Venice
    One of the best places to shop, Venice is packed with numerous shopping streets and squares like Mercerie that house everything ranging from luxury boutiques, jewellery & watch stores, souvenir shops, and outlets selling kitschy collectibles like wooden puzzles, handmade masks, and doorknockers, etc.

    Some of the best outlets to visit here are L’Angolo Delle Idee, Liber Venezia, Filo, and San Marco 55.

    4. Florence
    Italian leather accessories like bags, jackets, and belts are amongst the most unique in the world both for their quality and design. The best place to pick the best of the lot is at Michelangelo’s Florentine Leather located at Via Giovan Battista Zannoni Street.

    For chic high-end brands like Gucci, Fendi, Miu Miu, Marni, Armani, etc. you must visit iconic shopping streets like Via Roma, Via de’ Tornabuoni, Via della Spada, and Borgo Santi Apostoli.

    5. Portofino
    This chic resort village and its Harbour streets are popular for its high-end brand stores like Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, Armani, etc. While here don’t miss exploring the shops of local artists, craftsmen, and jewellers for picking up authentic Italian souvenirs, paintings, and handicrafts.

  7. What are the things to do in Italy with kids?

    The best things to enjoy in Italy when travelling with kids are:

    1. Enjoy The Stunning Coastal Scenery, Cinque Terre: Kids are the happiest when outdoors and what’s a better location than one of the prettiest coastal areas in the world! Made up of 5 charming villages, Cinque Terre on the Northwest coast is a place where you can enjoy a hike to see these scenic fishing villages and indulge in delectable food. This 6-hour hike can be broken with a train ride in case the kids get tired.

    2. Try Thrilling Rides, Gardaland: Located near the Lago di Garda Lake, Gardaland is the largest theme park in the area. Children can spend hours exploring rides like Jungle Rapids, Colorado Boats, and The Sea Aquarium. The highlight of the place is the Legoland Water Park and its millions of Lego Bricks, water games, slides, and rides. The park is located in the Province of Verona.

    3. Sample The Delicious Italian Food, Bologna: Eataly World in Bologna conducts a tour where you can sample almost all of the world-famous Italian cuisine like gelato, pasta, pizza, and desserts. Not only this, but this tour will allow the kids to know and appreciate where their food comes from and even participate in its making process. You get a chance to visit over 45 restaurants in this tour.

    4. Get Gladiator Training, Rome: Now this is something that you can’t experience anyplace else in the world. The Gladiator School Museum lets the children (and adults!) don the traditional dress of the warriors and practice moves of this ancient fighting tradition.

    5. Explore a Life-size Ship, Genoa: Genoa, the erstwhile coastal city, has The Galata Museo del Mare maritime museum and its life-size ship is a great place to visit with children. It’s fascinating for them to know about different vessels and how they run. All the displays at the museum are visually stunning and exploring them is amongst the most fun things to do in Italy with children.

  8. What are the free things to do in Italy?

    Travelling on a budget? Some of the most unique and free things to do in Italy are:

    1. Trace the Ancient Trade Route: One of the most amazing free things to do in Italy is to walk on the Via Appia route that was an erstwhile highway connecting Rome to the rest of the world. Some rocky and cobbled stretches of this 312 BC highway still remain and are dotted with ancient stone markers. It is located just outside Rome.

    2. See the Vatican City: One of the top things to do in Italy is to explore this ancient independent country and the historic St. Peter’s Basilica and Square, Sistine Chapel, and the numerous museums. On the first Sunday of each month, the admission of all these sites is free for all visitors. On this day you can also see the excavations and participate in the gathering addressed by the Pope.

    3. Enjoy a Venice Canal Tour: The Grand Canal in Venice threads through the city and is dotted with stunning 12th-century architecture. You can enjoy a self-guided tour by simply downloading the GPSmycity application and tour sites like the Palazzo Barbarigo, Chiesa di Santa Maria di Nazareth, Fondaco dei Tedeschi and many more.
  9. What are the free things to do in Italy?

    Travelling on a budget? Some of the most unique and free things to do in Italy are:

    1. Trace the Ancient Trade Route: One of the most amazing free things to do in Italy is to walk on the Via Appia route that was an erstwhile highway connecting Rome to the rest of the world. Some rocky and cobbled stretches of this 312 BC highway still remain and are dotted with ancient stone markers. It is located just outside Rome.

    2. See the Vatican City: One of the top things to do in Italy is to explore this ancient independent country and the historic St. Peter’s Basilica and Square, Sistine Chapel, and the numerous museums. On the first Sunday of each month, the admission of all these sites is free for all visitors. On this day you can also see the excavations and participate in the gathering addressed by the Pope.

    3. Enjoy a Venice Canal Tour: The Grand Canal in Venice threads through the city and is dotted with stunning 12th-century architecture. You can enjoy a self-guided tour by simply downloading the GPSmycity application and tour sites like the Palazzo Barbarigo, Chiesa di Santa Maria di Nazareth, Fondaco dei Tedeschi and many more.
  10. What is the best time to visit Italy?

    The best time to visit Italy is in the spring months of April to June and September to October, which is the fall season. This is when you can enjoy warm balmy weather, the grand outdoors, and all the best attractions sans the crowds. These are also the best months to avail of low accommodation & travel costs.

  11. How to reach Italy?

    The simplest way to reach Italy is by air. The country’s international airports at all the major cities like Rome, Milan, Pisa, etc. receive flights from all over the world.

    Bus: Italy is also well-connected by bus from countries like Austria, France, Switzerland, etc.

    Sea: Ferries from countries like Croatia, Greece, Albania, etc. arrive at Italian cities of Bari, Venice, and Ancona.

    Train: Italy has a robust train network that connects it to almost all the major European cities in France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, and Slovenia.
  12. What is Italy famous for?

    Italy is famous for its romantic and classy old-world charm that is a beautiful blend of the old and the new. The 2000-year-old architecture of Rome, the classy style of Milan, the gondolas of Venice, the fine wines of Tuscany-all make the country incredibly fascinating.

    Italy is the birthplace of some of the greatest artists in the world like Leonardo Da Vinci & Michelangelo and has contributed to making art an intellectual movement around the world.

  13. What makes Italy so special?

    Everything is special about Italy! Its vibrant modern cities coexisting with centuries-old history, ancient Renaissance-era architecture, food, shopping, and museums are unlike any country in the world. It is interesting to know that Italy has the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world including the archaeological ruins of Pompeii, Verona City, the gardens of Tuscany, etc.

  14. How to reach Italy from India?

    The fastest way to reach Italy from India is by air. All the major Indian cities like New Delhi and Mumbai are connected to the major airports in Italy like the ones at Pisa, Rome, Florence, and Sicily. Carriers like Turkish Airlines, Etihad, Lufthansa, Emirates, Air France, etc. have direct flights or those with 1-2 stops.

    The more adventurous travellers can opt for a Rome cruise that begins in Mumbai. Silver Whisper, the only luxury cruise available between the country takes around 18 days and takes one through 5 countries before reaching Italy.

  15. Do I need a visa for Italy? How does one get an Italy visa?

    Residents of EU nations need to only submit any Government approved identification document to enter Italy since it falls in the common Schengen travel zone. Non-EU residents including Indian travellers need to apply for a Type-C Schengen visa to be able to travel to Italy.

    In India, this visa is issued by the Italian consulate, The Italian Embassy, or by an authorised visa application centre in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc. This 90-day (single & multiple entry) visa costs approximately INR 8,400.

  16. Is Italy a safe country?

    Yes, absolutely. Italy is one of the safest countries in the world both for travellers and residents. There is ample tourist police presence on the streets and the rate of crime is extremely less. Exercise common caution like you would anywhere else in the world and you and your belongings are completely safe.

  17. How much should you budget for a trip to Italy?

    A 6-7 day Italian holiday will cost around a lac person. This cost includes travel to 3-4 cities, airfare, accommodation, food, local transport, and entry fee for the major attractions.

  18. What documents should you carry while traveling to Italy?

    You need to carry:
    - Original passport
    - Your Schengen Visa
    - Overseas medical insurance that’s valid for all Schengen countries. This insurance, valid for a minimum of 10 days, needs to cover your travel period and 2 additional days with a coverage of around Euros 30,000
    - In case you are being hosted by a local sponsor, carry your sponsor letter.

  19. Is Italy worth visiting?

    Yes absolutely! Italy’s beautiful varied landscape has some of the most magnificent ancient ruins, architectural landmarks, fountains, and of course food. The country is bestowed with extraordinary natural beauty ranging from majestic massifs, beaches, natural cave networks, and rock formations.

  20. What is famous in Italy for shopping?

    Italy is a great destination for shopping. Some of the best things that you can pick up on your travel are:
    - Handmade leather accessories
    - Limoncello (Italian lemon-flavoured liqueur)
    - Hand-painted ceramics
    - Genuine olive oil
    - Orange & lemon flavoured Pastiglie Leone Candies
    - Handmade paper stationery including vintage postcards and writing pads.

  21. How is the weather in Italy?

    The weather in this vast country is quite varied. The northern mountainous regions experience cold harsh winters and extremely hot summers. Central and Southern Italy is milder with small variations in temperatures. The coastal areas are sultry and humid almost throughout the year.

  22. What is the currency of Italy?

    Italy’s currency is the Euro. One Euro currently is worth INR 84.75.

  23. What are the essential items that one must pack while travelling to Italy?

    If you are travelling to Italy in the summers, make sure to pack:
    Light scarf, hat
    Sunglasses
    Sunscreen
    Light cotton or linen T-shirts- half and full-sleeved
    Cotton, jeans or linen shorts
    Travel umbrella
    Formal shirts, dress, and trousers for evening wear
    Loafers, open-toed sandals, light walking shoes

    Your winter/fall season travel list should include:
    Woollen cap/ beanies, balaclava
    Lightweight waterproof outer jacket
    Fleece inner wear
    Loose woollen T-shirts and lowers for layering
    Heavy sweaters/jackets
    Warm socks
    Wool-lined shoes

    Italy is a bit conservative when it comes to the dress code in religious places. The locals expect you to cover your shoulders and knees while visiting churches, so make sure to pack accordingly.