from € 613.00
Cost of the tour per student in March
Euro 668.00 based on 40 students + 4 teachers:
Teachers are free of charge
The group will be accommodated in 3-star hotels
In case our Escort is not requested, the cost is Euro 613.00
The cost includes:
Tour escort per 7 days
Private coach per 7 days
Coach city permits
Boat tour on Lake Como
Private motorboat for the Lagoon’s Islands in Venice
2-night accommodation sharing a multiple room in Milan
2-night accommodation sharing a multiple room in Verona
2-night accommodation sharing a multiple room in Mestre
Guided tours of:
Cost does not include anything not specified in the voice “The cost includes
Day 1 Milan
Meet and greet at the airport of Milan by the tour escort who will stay with you throughout the entire stay. From the airport, you will reach Milan downtown for a guided tour of Milan, including a visit to The Last Supper, the fresco of Leonardo Da Vinci. Check-in and remaining part of the day on your own for individual visit.
Day 2 Lake Como
Full-day in excursion to the town of Como first and then, onboard a public boat, sailing to reach Bellagio, the pearl of Lake Como. A guide will be with you to introduce the beautiful villas and gardens you can see from the boat and dating back to centuries ago.
Day 3 Bergamo – Lake Iseo
Check-out and drive eastwards to Lake Garda. On the way stop and visit the beautiful town of Bergamo, in particular the Old Town, located on a hill reachable by funicular.
Continue in the afternoon to Lake Iseo to visit a park where you can admire as many as 104 engraved rocks, endowed with information panels, divided into 5 easy-to-walk routes for about 3 km. The entire tour of all paths takes at least 4 hours. On these broad surfaces of glacier-polished, grey-purple sandstone, ancient Valley dwellers made some figures by pecking the rock with stone strikers or, at times, with pointed tools. The rock art chronology ranges from the Neolithic (5th-4th millennium BCE) and the Iron Age (1st millennium BCE), and there are also engravings from historical times. Continue to Verona and check-in
Day 4 Sirmione - Verona
Visit Sirmione, on Lake Garda, in the morning. Sirmione is an enchanting lakeside village that, starting from the 1st century BC, became a favourite resort for rich families coming from Verona, then the main Roman city in north-eastern Italy. The main historical landmark of Sirmione is the so-called Grottoes of Catullus (Grotte di Catullo), the most striking example of a Roman private edifice discovered in northern Italy. In the afternoon, visit Verona with a guide including the Arena, a Roman amphitheatre, and the Romeo and Juliet sites.
Day 5 Vicenza – Padua
Check-out and drive eastwards to Venice. On the way, stop in the morning to Vicenza, a thriving and cosmopolitan city, with a rich history and culture, and many museums, art galleries, squares, villas, churches and elegant Renaissance palazzi. With the Palladian Villas of the Veneto in the surrounding area, and his renowned Teatro Olimpico, the "city of Palladio" has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue in the afternoon the transfer stopping this time in Padua, seat of one of the most ancient University in the world dating back to 1222. In this University, Galileo Galilei was a lecturer. You will also visit the Anatomical Theatre, the first permanent anatomical theatre in the world. Still preserved in the Palazzo del Bo, it was inaugurated in 1595. Continue to Venice Mestre and check-in
Day 6 Venice and the Islands of the Lagoon
In the morning, the guide will take you around the city before entering the Doges’ Palace to visit the interiors. In afternoon, you will board a private boat directed to the islands of the lagoon: Burano, Murano and Torcello.
Day 7 Departure
Check-out and transfer to the airport of Venice
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