Explore southern Italy in style on this relaxing, 17-day odyssey through Sicily and the Amalfi Coast. Starting in Palermo, you'll visit ancient ruins in Agrigento, go wine tasting on Mount Etna, and discover the stylish resort town of Taormina. Back on the mainland, the sun-soaked Amalfi Coast beckons—with lots of free time to explore its clifftop villages and lemon groves before sailing to Capri. Cruise the island's enchanted coastline by private yacht, then hop over to neighboring Ischia and Procida for a memorable day trip.
Italy 17-Day Tours & Itineraries
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Discover Italy's incredible history and beautiful cities on this whirlwind 17-day trip. Explore Venice on foot, try Tuscany's famous gelato and visit art museums in Florence, then check out the turquoise sea and old-timey fishing villages of the Amalfi Coast. Your trip ends in Rome where the ancient Roman Colosseum, world-famous Vatican, and the perfect slice of pizza await.
This packed 17-day itinerary includes visits to the most stunning locales in southern Italy. It begins in the birthplace of pizza, Naples, with excursions to the ancient city of Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. You'll continue to the incomparable Amalfi Coast and Capri Island for some leisure and beach time before heading to Sicily for street food tours and visits to ancient Greek temples.
For travelers with 17 days to spend in Italy, this itinerary moves at a relaxed pace letting you savor each destination. It starts in Rome, where you'll explore historic streets and trendy neighborhoods. Then take the train to Florence to see Renaissance masterpieces, make Tuscan cuisine, and hike between villages on the Mediterranean. From there, head to Verona—your base for day trips to Valpolicella and the Dolomites—and finish in Venice with boat trips to famous canals and nearby islands.
On this 17-day tour of Italy's southern regions, you'll go beyond medieval and Roman history and also visit the ruins of ancient civilizations. 9,000-year-old cave dwellings exist in the historic city of Matera, in Italy's Puglia region, but you'll also visit coastal gems like Lecce and Bari. The adventure culminates in Sicily with tours of Greek and Roman ruins and a hike up Mt. Etna.
This 17-day grand tour of Italy is your ticket to all the beauty and living history for which that country is famous. You'll begin in Rome and visit the most famous sights, including the Colosseum, Vatican, and Roman Forum, before absconding south to the sunkissed shores of the Amalfi Coast. A jaunt to Sicily and a road-trip around that incomparable island completes the adventure as you discover its great food, wine, and natural beauty.