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Classical Italy for Solo Travellers

Classical Italy for Solo Travellers

Classical Italy: Florence, Siena, Assisi and Rome

8 days from only £1,119pp

Experience more with so much included

  • Guided tour of historic Rome, home to the Colosseum, the Forum, Trevi Fountain, the Spanish steps and more
  • Guided tour of Siena, one of Europe’s finest medieval cities
  • Guided tour of Florence, 'Pearl of the Renaissance' with a timed visit to the Uffizi, one of the world’s finest art galleries - entrance fees included
  • Walking tour of Arezzo, one of Tuscany' most wonderfully unspoilt medieval cities
  • Visit Assisi, the birthplace of St Francis
  • Experience Tuscany’s stunning countryside
  • A welcome dinner on the first night to get to know your travelling companions
  • Return travel from a selection of regional airports, plus all hotel transfers
  • Seven nights in three-star superior and four-star accommodation
  • Breakfast and four dinners
  • Hotel porterage
  • All local taxes
  • Services of our experienced tour manager

Selected departures from April to October 2020

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At a Glance
7 nights in 3-star superior to 4-star accommodation
Return flights & transfers
Programme of daily tours & visits
Daily breakfast, 3 dinners & Welcome Dinner
Expert tour manager
Hotel porterage
Checked Luggage
 

Overview

Italy has it all, from world-class art and architecture to stunning scenery, not to mention some of the world’s finest food and wine.  It’s ideal for the single traveller, especially if it’s your first time seeing the world on your own. 

Tuscany is perhaps best known for its rolling hills, stately cypress trees and isolated farmhouses.  But the region is also blessed with some of the most stunning towns and cities in the country; Florence, Siena and Arezzo to name just three.  You’ll be able to enjoy all of them before we head to the eternal city of Rome.  Nowhere else can quite compare with Rome’s rich history, and so much of it is still visible and tangible as you walk around the city with other solo travellers.  You will have the opportunity to visit some of the iconic sites that make this one of the most exciting cities in the world.

Your Itinerary

Classical Italy for Solo Travellers

Price Includes

The price of this holiday is per person, based on one person in a double/twin room for sole occupancy. The price includes:

  • Scheduled return flights
  • Seven nights’ accommodation 
  • Daily breakfast
  • Four dinners
  • All tours as mentioned
  • All transfers 
  • All local accommodation taxes
  • Hotel porterage
  • The services of a Riviera Travel tour manager

Included excursions are timed entrance to the Uffizi gallery, guided tours of Rome, Sienna, Florence and Arezzo and a visit to Assisi.

Personalise Your Holiday

Make it Your Own

Meat and cheese | Rome food tour
  Spiral staircase in the Vatican 
 The Vatican 

Rome aperitivo stroll - from £54 per person

Spend 3 hours enjoying the gastronomic delights of Trastevere the historic Jewish quarter. The tour includes a tasting of local wines and cheeses, iconic Roman pasta dishes, modern street food and, of course, gelato. Along with the food come some lesser-known stories and insights from the Eternal City.

Early entrance to the Vatican & guided tour - from £73 per person

Enjoy exclusive early morning access to the Vatican before the crowds arrive, while the museums are still quiet. Discover some of the world’s greatest art collections on a reserved tour with an authorised guide with entrance before the museum opens to the general public, and enjoy a more relaxed, stress-free experience without the crowds thanks to this exclusive early visit. Marvel at the frescoed chambers painted by Raphael and the beautiful Sistine Chapel featuring astonishing masterpieces by Michelangelo.

Breakfast at the Vatican & guided tour - from £94 per person

Indulge in a more exclusive visit to the Vatican. Enjoy a rich American buffet breakfast in the museum’s restaurant area or in the beautiful Pigna courtyard, and discover the countless works of art at your own pace thanks to the special early morning entrance before the museums and Sistine Chapel open to the general public. This truly unique experience includes a tour with an authorised guide to discover some of the world’s greatest art collections, allowing you to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience without the crowds – a simply irresistible morning at the Vatican.

Please contact us to add any of the above experiences to your booking.

Useful Information

Fact File

  • Currency: Euro
  • Deposit: £100 per person
  • Flight time: Approx. 2 hrs 30 mins to 2 hrs 55 mins
  • Language: Italian
  • Time zone: GMT+1
  • Country: Italy

Visa Information

UK Citizens do not require a visa to enter Italy however must have a valid passport. For the most up-to-date passport and visa information visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy/entry-requirements

We are unable to accept responsibility if you are unable to travel because you have not complied with any passport/entry/immigration requirements.

Mobility

We want to ensure you make the correct choice before you book your holiday with us. If you have any concerns regarding the suitability of the holiday due to reduced mobility we would encourage you to call us to discuss these concerns. General information on mobility in connection with our tours can be found here.

Air-Conditioning

The use of air-conditioning in hotels in Italy is at the hotel’s discretion and is normally restricted to the summer months (mid-May to mid-September), depending on the temperature.

Our Blog

Trevi Fountain, Rome 

4 Must-See Sights in Rome

Becky, a member of our Operations Team, gives her top four sightseeing locations in Rome.

Rome, a city of ancient and magnificent structures that span thousands of years, numerous empires, dynasties and papacies; an enthralling city of long lost riches and shadows of majesty. Today that grandeur is echoed in the exquisite Baroque and Renaissance architecture that stands firm amongst the remnants of this ancient city’s landscape.

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Transfer Times

All transfer times listed here are approximate, and dependent on traffic. If you have a question regarding transfer times please don't hesitate to contact us

Arrival airport First hotel location Transfer time Final hotel location Departure airport Transfer time
Rome Fiumicino Airport Arezzo 3 hrs Rome Rome Fiumicino Airport 45 mins
Rome Ciampino Airport Rome Ciampino Airport

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