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.
Explore two of Tuscany’s must-see cities: Lucca and Pisa. Stroll around the typical Italian streets of Lucca, take a picture with the leaning tower of Pisa, and deepen your knowledge of fine wines while sipping a glass of red Chianti.
Your first stop is Lucca. This city isn’t just famous among foreigners; Italians also love to visit! Step back in time and enter the city through its thick Renaissance-era city walls and enjoy two hours to explore Lucca on your own. We recommend renting a bike to ride atop the city walls or go shopping in the little boutiques. Do you want to avoid the crowds of the Piazza dell'Anfiteatro? Have something to drink at Piazza Antelminelli instead, one of our favorite spots in Lucca.
The second stop of the day is the Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of the most famous sites in Italy. Here you can take iconic photos and admire one of Pisa's top universities, the Scuola Normale. You can also visit the Piazza dei Miracoli and the Cathedral of Pisa.
When in Italy, eat and drink like an Italian! The last stop of the day, a winery, is all about Tuscany's famous cuisine. Start with a wine tour and learn about the region’s renowned wine history and production process. Next, taste a few delicacies and pair your Chianti red wines with typical Tuscan side dishes like olives and affettati (an assortment of ham). You'll feel like a part of the family in this winery's intimate setting.
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