Indulge in the best of the Mediterranean region's food and wine on this comprehensive three-week getaway. Start the trip in Athens, home to both the famed Acropolis and the bustling Varvakios Market. Spend a few days island-hopping for winery tours and some of the world's best olive oil, before catching a flight to the south of Italy. Enjoy the best of Italy's cuisine, from pizza in Naples to parmesan in Bologna as you eat and drink your way through the country.
Start with a driving tour of Naples and enjoy the scenes of the city as you zip through some of the most picturesque neighborhoods. Feel free to stop for some sightseeing and to take pictures. Then, as the sun starts to set, you'll stroll around the city, seeing Naples from a different perspective than most tourists.
Dinner is served at a beloved pizzeria selected by your host, a favorite amongst the local crowd. Indulge in the city's signature Neapolitan pizza, a traditional dish known globally and a must-eat in Naples. Pair your slices with regional wines as you chat with your host and other locals in the restaurant.
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Itineraries with Naples Afternoon Tour & Pizza Dinner
Take two weeks to explore Rome and some of Italy's most popular coastal cities with this itinerary designed to make traveling with babies and toddlers simple. Private tours to Roman highlights like the Vatican, Colosseum, and Palatine Hill will make sure you can move at your own pace before you head to the coast. In Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, plentiful free time allows for maximum flexibility and time to lounge on the famous beaches. Finish your trip in Naples, where everyone can enjoy making pizza and exploring the ruins of Pompeii.
With two full weeks, your family can embrace what Italy has to offer on this tour, focused on kids aged 5-12. You'll craft Carnival masks and follow engaging clues through the canals of Venice, then experience the Renaissance arts of Florence. Tour ancient sites, extensive art collections, and fruit-filled markets in Rome before you end your trip in Naples, home of both ancient Pompeii and some of the best pizza you can find.