Join us for the Best of Venice, Florence & Rome in 10 Days! at our Venice hotel, deeply nestled amidst the canals, bridges, and alleyways of this magical, preserved-in-amber city. Mark's square and the shimmering, mosaic-filled Basilica.After introductions, we'll set off on an orientation walk, and then enjoy getting acquainted over a traditional Venetian dinner together. Along the way, we'll learn about the city's remarkable past and its challenging future." Obviously, everyone agreed because we all bought them the very next day.I vowed to go in with an open mind, and if I didn't come out of it with a date, I'd at least have a good story.Adult dating through Adult Friend Finder saves you time and effort.
What a great way to unwind after a long work week..kick off a night on the town!
We'll visit your guide's favorite island, where you'll have free time to explore and enjoy lunch on your own. We'll drive straight to Florence this morning, and hit the ground walking with a Renaissance tour of the city's historic center. After exploring the Palazzo Davanzati, we'll continue our tour across the river, where we'll create today's tasty lunch during a fun and informative cooking class. This morning we'll devote our time to the breathtaking Renaissance art of the Uffizi — home to the finest collection of Italian paintings anywhere — including works by Leonardo, Botticelli, Michelangelo, and more.
After returning, the evening is yours to discover Venice's other famous sights, or to become happily lost in the tangled maze of alleys and shops. We'll learn about Brunelleschi's magnificent cathedral dome, Ghiberti's Baptistery doors, and other creations that helped define this world-changing era. Your afternoon will be free to see more of the city's museums. After some free time to make your own Florentine discoveries, we'll gather again this evening at the Accademia Gallery to marvel at the power of Michelangelo's rough-hewn No bus. This morning we'll drive into the rolling hills of Umbria, stopping for a wine tasting lunch at a family-run winery. Today we'll focus on Renaissance (Catholic) Rome.
(photo courtesy of Walter Geiger and the Barnesville Herald Gazette.
and the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, and ends with Rome's ancient Forum, Colosseum, Pantheon, Vatican Museums, and Sistine Chapel.