Spend 6 days biking through Tuscany's serene landscapes, medieval towns, and quiet country roads. Explore rivers and hills, Renaissance villas, and the beauty of the homeland of Giacomo Puccini, Pinocchio, and Leonardo da Vinci.
Italy 6-Day Tours & Itineraries
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This packed getaway itinerary is perfect for travelers who want to see a different side of Italy but are short on time. Spend 6 days on the UNESCO-designated Cinque Terre coastline, where you'll stay in small fishing towns, eat fresh seafood, and sunbathe on rocky beaches. Explore the historic area on foot (no cars allowed in the old villages!) then end your trip in Pisa to climb the famous leaning tower.
This packed 6-day itinerary is perfect if you want to discover the best of Italy but are short on time. Start on the Amalfi Coast for Roman villas and small fishing villages, then head to the beautiful coastal town of Sorrento for a cooking class. Stop to see the Pompeii ruins, then head to Rome for a classic tour of the historic city.
Spend six days visiting historical sites, eating delicious food, and relaxing in Italy. Start in Tuscany for a wine tour of the Chianti region and admire the beautiful villages of the Italian countryside. Catch a high-speed train to Rome and explore the Eternal City with visits to the Vatican City and Colosseum, then round out your trip with a food tour of the city's famous markets and gelaterias.
This short and sweet itinerary is perfect for travelers who are short on time but love indulging in luxurious travel experiences. Explore the City of Water to see medieval palaces and a traditional gondola boatyard and view Michelangelo's 'David' statue in Florence, then head to Rome for exclusive access to the Vatican and a private tour of the city sights.
This 6-day tour is perfect for those wanting to relax on the peaceful shores of Lake Como while still tackling Italy's impressive history. You'll hike the villages of Cinque Terre and enjoy the ancient cities of Parma and Florence, where you'll discover endless monuments, art galleries, and museums, including the Accadmia Gallery to see the David. After reveling in the scenic vistas of Levanto on the Ligurian Sea, explore vibrant neighborhoods in Florence, where you'll eat late into the night in buzzy neighborhoods.
Breeze through the Friuli Venezia Giulia region for six spectrum-spanning days. Whether you're in the craggy capital city of Trieste, hiking through ancient towns along the Corso Ridge, or gliding over Venetian canals, you're sure to find something to keep you here.
Uncover Sicily's colorful history and culture on this 6-day itinerary focused on Palermo and its nearby popular attractions. Begin in the lively regional capital and discover the stunning baroque monuments, vibrant markets, and delicious food scene. Find your way to Monreale to check out its 12th-century cathedral, ride the cable car up to the hilltop town of Erice, and visit the 2,400-year-old Doric temple of Segesta.
Six days will take you on a sweep through some of Northwest Italy's most indulgent spots. Split your time between the coasts in Portofino and Cinque Terre; the rolling hills of the Piedmont region, home to wine, cheese, and truffles; and the medieval streets of Turin with a history tour.
Skip the crowds on this packed 6-day jaunt through Italy’s lesser-known central regions. Hidden between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea, Marche boasts the rolling hills and rustic hill towns of Tuscany with far fewer tourists. Visit its beautiful fortified villages of Ascoli Piceno and Urbino, then sample its rich winemaking traditions on a tour of surrounding vineyards. Cross the mountains into Umbria to end your trip in the regional capital of Perugia, where you’ll explore ancient ruins, browse Renaissance art, and spend your final day learning to cook the local cuisine.
Spend six days savoring the luxury of northern Italy and Switzerland on this trip. Whether you're wandering lakeside streets, hiking up the mountain trails, or taking in the views from outside your train window, you're sure to find something to delight you.
On this colorful, seaside tour, you'll hike the routes along Cinque Terre's famous coastlines, visiting villages like Vernazza, Riomaggiore, Corniglia, and Portovenere. You'll hike through scenic vineyards and along steep trails to score the best views of the Ligurian Sea, stopping at sanctuaries, churches, castles, and seaside abbeys. At the end of your trip, enjoy a boat cruise along the entirety of Cinque Terre, from Portovenere to Levanto.
Discover the authentic taste of Salento in this gastronomic tour that takes you through some of the most charming villages in Southern Italy, including Alberobello with its Trulli houses, Ostuni with its white-washed facades, and Castro with its rocky coastline. Enjoy tasting farm-fresh foods, local olive oil, wine, and burrata cheese, plus take cooking classes with your hosts and in the town of Maglie. End your trip with a walking tour of a stunning limestone landscape filled with fascinating archeological sites near the UNESCO Heritage Site of Matera, a ancient hilltop city famous for its rustic bread.
Combine the best of Rome and Florence in this 6-day trip, starting with guided tours of the Vatican City, the Sistine Chapel, Rome's historical center, and the ancient sites of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Take the train to Florence where you'll discover medieval plazas, monuments, cathedrals, and museums, plus incredible views of the Arno River and Ponte Vecchio. End your tour with a cooking class in Florence, where you'll lean how to make traditional Italian pasta, dessert, and more.