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A journey throughout Italy by private car with a driver guide, an unforgettable experience and the best way discover this country, it'll be our pleasure to show you all over our peninsula!

We present here our ideas for a  seven-day trip which can be combined with extension and become a two-week tour to the most famous and the out of the way attractions of Italy.

You'll see places you would never find traveling by bus, train, plane or driving yourself a rental car .

The trip through Tuscany and Umbria, some of the most beautiful country in the world between Florence to Rome, as well as the Amalfi Drive, you'll talk about for the rest of your life!

The best way to visit Italy is to tour it by private car with a driver guide!

We will help you plan your Italian vacation and take you on it!

We can help you with your hotel bookings too and choose for you places that will be, price and location wise, convenient .

Here below is what we suggest for a seven-day driving trip though Italy, click on the buttons



a 7-day tours of the gems of central Italy: Rome, Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast


day one - Rome

This is my place and I'll be giving you the best tours here!  If you fly in early in the morning, your hotel rooms may not be ready until 2:00 pm and therefore it might be wise to start touring Rome right away.

You'll be taken to the hotel to drop off your luggage and freshen up and then we'll go on a light, introductory 4-hour tour of the city. This tour will take you to the Spanish Steps Villa Borghese Park and Pincio Terrace, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Aventine Hill, Baths of CaracallaTrevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia, Roman Walls.

Overnight in Rome


Rome, the Colosseum 


day two - Rome

We will continue to explore Rome and visit the places we left out the first day: the Capitol Hill with the view of the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, Michelangelo's Moses, The Old Appian Way, and the Catacombs in the morning and, after a nice lunch in a typical Roman "trattoria" we'll tour the Vatican in the afternoon. Once inside the Vatican Museums, you'll take the shortest route possible to the Sistine Chapel. Being the Vatican Museums the third largest of the art collections in the world, consisting in 1500 rooms literally packed with statues, paintings tapestries, frescoes and more, it would take years to see everything, so you'll walk through the Gallery of Statues, Gallery of Tapestries and that Gallery of Geographic Maps and finally you'll reach the Sistine Chapel. After having enjoyed the Sistine, you will continue to St. Peter's. We find it much better to visit the Vatican in the afternoon. After most of the big crowds of tour groups leave, you can enjoy the Vatican more leisurely, but if you prefer to start your touring day with the Vatican, we'll be happy to accommodate you. The Sistine Chapel cannot be visited separately from the Vatican Museums.
At the Vatican they are very strict about their dress code: ladies' shoulders need to be covered so pants or skirts have to cover the knee. Gentlemen have to cover their shoulders too and also their pants have to cover the knee, plus they must also remember to take off their hat of when entering churches and let's not forget that the Sistine Chapel is a church!

It doesn't matter how fancy you look, it matters that you're covered up, so jeans are ok.

We will return to your hotel in the late afternoon.

Overnight in Rome

Rome, Piazza Navona


day three - Tivoli and the Roman Castles.

A full-day of excursion to the countryside near Rome. You'll be visiting Villa D'Este in Tivoli in the morning and, after a stop for lunch in a nice country restaurant where you'll also taste some local good wine we will tour the Roman Castles in the afternoon. We will be driving through olive groves and vineyards to finally reach Castelgandolfo (the Pope's Summer Residence). Castelgandolfo is a very nice little town overlooking a volcanic lake that we are sure will fascinate you.
We will return to your hotel in the late afternoon.


Overnight in Rome


Tivoli, Villa D'Este 


day four - Rome / Sorrento or Positano

Departure from Rome in the morning and drive south. We'0ll be driving on the A1 motorway heading south for about two hours and finally reach Pompeii. We'll visit Pompeii with a local guide for about two hours and then we'll get back in the car to Sorrento. On the way to Sorrento we'll stop in Seiano for a nice lunch at a very nice typical restaurant on the water. We'll finally arrive in Sorrento, or Positano, depending on where you chose to stay, in the late afternoon.

Overnight in Positano or Sorrento


The ruins of Pompeii


day five - Capri from Sorrento or Positano

Full-day excursion to the Isle of Capri. We'll board the hydrofoil around 9:00 am and transfer to Capri. We'll be met there by our friend Paolo who drives the most beautiful car on the island and he'll take us all over the place, including the Blue Grotto. 
We'll return to Sorrento, or Positano, depending on where you chose to stay, in the late afternoon.

Overnight in Positano or Sorrento


Paolo's vintage taxi in Capri 


day six - Positano, Ravello and Amalfi

Full-day excursion to the most beautiful towns on the Amalfi Coast: Positano, Ravello and Amalfi.

We will be driving all the way to the end of the famous Amalfi Drive to explore these enchanting villages and merge into their magic atmosphere.
I can arrange a cooking class with Mamma Ravello.

If you are catching an early morning flight out of Rome, this day will end in Rome.

At the end of the tour we'll transfer you back to Rome or to a hotel near the airport.

Overnight in Positano or Sorrento




day seven - Sorrento/Airport

Transfer from Sorrento to Naples' or Rome's airport for your departure







Your transportation, Mercedes Viano


3-day extension to include Florence and Tuscany in your tour of Italy


day one - Florence

Fly into Rome or Florence or drive down from Venice.

Transfer to the hotel and remainders of the day at leisure.

Overnight in Florence.

Duomo Square in Florence


day two - Florence

Full-day sight-seeing  of Florence. In the morning we'll go and visit the Uffizi Museum and the Accademia with a local guide and after lunch we will continue sightseeing Florence on our own and we can also do a little shopping if you like.

Overnight in Florence.

The Ponte Vecchio in Florence 


day three - Florence

We meet in the morning for a half-day excursion to Pisa and San Gimignano. Ladies will probably want to go back to Florence to shop at leisure in the afternoon, but in case they don't care about that, we can continue and make it a full day excursion stopping for lunch at some nice place and include Volterra in our itinerary.

Overnight in Florence.

Miracle Square in Pisa 


day four - Florence/Rome

We leave Florence in the morning and head for Rome. On the way we can stop in Sienna and Orvieto to mention two classical stops. One possible alternative would instead be to drive to Montalcino, after visiting  Sienna, which the lovely medieval town where one of the most famous Italian wines is produced: the "Brunello". Near Montalcino is also the very interesting abbey of Sant'Antimo. Arrival to Rome in the late afternoon.

Overnight in Rome.

View of Orvieto 



3-day extension to include Venice in your tour of Italy


day one - Venice

You'll fly into Venice airport from overseas, maybe via Milan. I'll arrange for you to be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel by private taxi-boat.

Remainders of the day at leisure.

Overnight in Venice

Venice, boat taxi 


day two - Venice

A local guide will meet you in the morning (or in the afternoon which would allow some rest from the long trip the day before) for a two-hour sightseeing tour of Venice. Afternoon (or morning) at leisure.

Overnight in Venice

Rialto Bridge in Venice


day three - Venice/Florence

We finally meet at Piazzale Roma, Venice's car terminal. I will arrange for you to be met at your hotel in Venice by taxi-boat and transferred to the main land. We drive to Florence via Padua and Bologna. Arrival in Florence in the afternoon

Overnight in Florence

Gondolas in Venice


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