Italia Dolce Vita

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Featured trips & expertise

How Many Days Should You Spend on the Amalfi Coast?

Around 5 days should be more than enough time to soak in the wonders of the Amalfi Coast, one of Italy’s most beautiful destinations, but even if you have a day or three to spare, you’ll be able to see just why this region has been captivating visitors since Ancient Roman times. The Amalfi Coast isn’t a place you rush through, and with a little planning, you’ll be able to relax on its beaches, explore its secluded coves and grottos, wander its dreamy towns, and enjoy some incredible meals.

How Many Days Should You Spend in Venice?

Spend 2-3 days in Venice, and you'll be able to experience the city's many highlights and visit a few of the surrounding islands, like Burano and Morano. With up to six days, you can add more local experiences—try a cooking class in a Venetian palace or rowing lessons from a professional gondolier. If you only have 24 hours here, you can still cover the basics: stroll St. Mark's Square, hit the art museums and blown glass galleries, and toast an Aperol spritz as the sun sets over the canals.

Rome, Amalfi Coast, & Sicily - 14 Days

Over  15 days you'll experience the highlights of Italy. In the capital Rome, you'll visit landmarks like the Colosseum and historic institutions like the Vatican. You'll then enjoy the pebble beaches and sun-kissed coast of Amalfi before venturing far south to Sicily, where a road trip will take you from Palermo to Mount Etna.

Village of Manarola
Cinque Terre and the Italian Riviera - 14 Days

Spend two weeks exploring the Cinque Terre to your heart's content on this packed itinerary. Start in the medieval village of Manarola where you'll learn traditional cooking from a local, then head up the coast to the beautiful town of Portofino to explore the rugged coast from the water. Continue to Genoa for medieval alleyways and a food tour, then end in Pisa to learn why, exactly, the famous tower leans.

The Roman Forum
10 Days in Italy - 5 Unique Itinerary Ideas

Many travelers with 10 days to spend in Italy choose to explore two to three cities or regions—you can easily see the top sights in Venice, Florence, Rome, adding the Amalfi Coast for good measure. Or, take a food-focused trip that includes detours to Chianti and Parma. Another option? Immerse in the culture and nature of one region with a tour around Sicily or a hiking adventure in the Dolomites. Read on for five unique itineraries.

Cliffside Buildings in Amalfi
Relaxed Amalfi Coast & Rome - 10 Days

Spend a week and a half delving into history and relaxing on the laidback Amalfi Coast. From small fishing towns to buzzing Rome nightlife, this itinerary has something for everyone. Go wine tasting and take a day trip to the Ancient Roman resort island of Capri, then end your trip with four days in Rome to see the world-famous Sistine Chapel, stroll through bustling piazzas, and enjoy the city's vibrant food scene.