Head to Itay for 15 days of adventure and relaxation. Visit world-famous art museums and historic palaces, take a gondola ride in Venice, and explore Tuscany's Chianti wine region. From the cliffside villages and rocky beaches of the Amalfi Coast to the ancient Colosseum in Rome, this itinerary offers the best of Italy's culture for every type of traveler.
Combining seven islands connected by bridges, about 5,000 locals live on Murano, so you’ll have the chance to experience another side of Venetian life. As you enjoy a short walking tour with your local guide, soak up the island’s charming character with its colorful houses, enchanting waterways, and historic bridges. Enjoy a quieter atmosphere away from the busier center of Venice and notice the many glass shops lining the streets. Visit Rio dei Vetrai (the canal of the glassmakers), San Pietro Church, the Conterie Art Gallery, and San Donato Church with its Byzantine mosaics.
After your walking tour, you’ll visit the oldest glassblowing factory in the world, operating since 1295 CE. Meet the locals who passionately keep this tradition and craft alive. Watch a demonstration of glassblowing and see how easy these masterful artisans make it look! Then, enjoy a personal glassmaking workshop in which you’ll create your Venetian bead.
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Itineraries with Murano Glass Workshop & Walking Tour
Spend eleven days visiting historical sites, eating delicious food, and enjoying yourself in Italy. Start in Venice, where romantic canals, Italo-Byzantine architecture, and exquisite hand-blown glass beckon. Tour the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, then spend a day visiting vineyards and medieval fortresses in Tuscany. Finish the trip in Rome, where you'll dive into history at the Colosseum and Sistine Chapel, then enjoy the buzzing nightlife.
Your trip to Rome and Florence starts with guided tours through Rome's historical core, Vatican City, and the Roman Forum, with walks through the Colosseum and to the top of Palatine Hill. Head to Florence to experience its historic squares, cathedrals, and museums. End your trip in Verona, visiting the infamous romantic of Shakespeare's love story and the floating city of Venice.