VENICE, CITY OF LOVE
ART OF MURANO GLASS BLOWING
The tour takes place at a Murano glass factory in central Venice, where you will be told about the origins of glass blowing and learn how Murano became the center of glass-making when the Venetian Republic ordered all the foundries relocate to protect the wooden buildings of the main city from catching fire.
Visit a glass factory showroom to see different types of glass products.
Get a small glass souvenir as a reminder of your experience
ROME, THE ETERNAL CITY
PANTHEON AUDIO GUIDE TOUR
Enter the revered temple and mausoleum of the Pantheon.
Unravel the obscure history of the pantheon on a 35-minutes audio guide tour.
Marvel at the extraordinary architectural features, such as the oculus in the huge dome.
Learn the fascinating history of the pagan temple that became a church and later mausoleum.
2-DAY VOUCHER: COLOSSEUM,ROMAN FORUM AND PALATINE HILL
See the sites of Ancient Rome with a combined ticket for the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Learn the history of the Roman Empire, standing in the shadows of emperors, gladiators and popes.
FLORENCE, THE ART CITY
WALKING TOUR WITH AN APERITIF
Experience a perfect introductory tour to gain sight of Florence’s main landmarks.
Walk over Ponte Vecchio through the Uffizi Courtyard and see the Duomo Baptistery (exterior).
End your walking tour with a refreshing “Aperitivo” in perfect Italian style in a unique location close to the Duomo.
RESERVED ENTRY TICKET TO THE BOBOLI GARDENS
Enjoy priority entrance to the Boboli Gardens and admire the Grotta del Buontalenti from the outside.
Benefit from the advantages of a timed entry ticket and stay as long as you like.
Gain access to the Silver Museum, Porcelain Museum and the Costume Gallery.
Discover one of the earliest examples of the Italian Garden which later inspired many other European courts.
MILAN, THE DESIGN CITY
MILAN DUOMO AND TERRACES TICKET
Enjoy access to all areas of the Milan Duomo, and take a 2-hour tour of the terraces, cathedral, museum and archaeological area.
Marvel at beautiful adornments and stained glass windows, and visit the Church of St. Gottardo in Corte.
CRYPT OF LEONARDO
After fifty years, the crypt of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre has reopened to the public. This is an extraordinary artistic and archaeological monument in the heart of Milan, the true focus of the Roman civitas that St Charles Borromeo called ‘the navel of the city’, and that Leonardo da Vinci, in a map of the Codex Atlanticus, indicated to be the true center of Milan.