I wish to travel to Rome and Venice on my 8-10 days tour to Germany and Italy in the month of July. I am travelling with family. I am interested in Beaches, Cultural Visit and Nature. I am looking for economy hotel. Can you also arrange a indirect, direct flight for me in economy class. Please suggest me popular cities. Where I can find Chinese, Thai and Indian food on my trip. I need help with food.

asked on 18 Apr 2016 United States
Cities: Rome, Venice
Interest: Nature, Cultural Visit, Beaches
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Venice and Rome are regarded as the most romantic cities in the world which makes them a paradise for all the couples. As you have got plenty of time so I will suggest you to add Florence in your itinerary. I would try my best to make a nice itinerary of Italy for you so that its leads to a memorable trip of yours.


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Venice is one of the noted romantic cities in the world and a trip to Italy is incomplete without a visit to this beautiful city. As per the flight schedule you will reach Venice by the evening so I would suggest you to start your tour from the next day.
There are several options of luxury hotels in Venice such as Centurion Palace, Luna Hotel Baglioni and for more options you can visit here.

Day 1

The attractions that should be visited on the first day in Venice should be Piazza San Marco,  Grand Canal,  Ca' Rezzonico and Venice Jazz Club.

Piazza San Marco

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It is the Venice's largest piazza and also known as Saint Mark's Square. This square is loaded with many cafes,    shops, museums. This place is mainly known for its architecture and sea.

Grand Canal

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This place is the must see in Venice known for its boat rides and water buses and taxis. It is Venice's main water thoroughfare, surrounded by great Renaissance palaces. This place is quite colorful and offers spectacular views of Gondolas ans Vaporetti. You seriously can’t miss this one.

Ca' Rezzonico

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It is a Venetian palace on the Grand Canal which is now a public museum that exhibits some great masterpieces of Venetian art. The exhibits include various paintings by famous painters like Pietro Longhi, Francesco Guardi, collections of antique furniture of Venetian glass that depicts the skills of the past.

Venice Jazz Club

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This jazz club is the only Jazz club in Venice, which is famous for its live performances. The club offers great performances of different genres like classic and modern jazz, Latin jazz and many more. 
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel to have a refresh yourself for the next day.

Day 2

The itinerary of the second day of your stay in Venice should include a visit to Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), Saint Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco) and Giardini di Castello.

Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto)

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This bridge is known as the heart of Venice as it is one of the top attractions of Venice. This bridge is surrounded by many shops and it is the gateway to the famous Rialto Market. This an arched bridge which is lined with arcades on both sides. There are various shops under the arcade that attracts many tourists.

Saint Mark's Basilica (Basilica di San Marco)

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It is the Venice’s most famous cathedral which is known for its extraordinary architecture. The main attractions of this cathedral are Horses of Saint Mark, Tetrarchs and the interior is decorated with beautiful Mosaics, the treasury and many other beautiful artefacts.

Giardini di Castello

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Since its inception in 1895, the Biennial has used this garden as a venue for the International Exhibition for the Visual Arts. The grounds include many pavilions, including the large Italian Pavilion, as well as numerous other buildings and structures. The gardens are only open when the Biennale is running.
With this you can call it a day and head back to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Day 3

On this day you can head for a day trip to Murano,  Burano and Torcello.

Murano, Burano and Torcello

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The islands in the Venetian lagoon are an easy and popular day trip from the main islands of VeniceMurano has been home to glass blowers for centuries,  Burano is famous for its lace-making, and Torcello is where the original Venetian settlers made their homes (one of Venice’s oldest churches still stands on Torcello). You can visit all three in a relaxed day, taking the vaporetto from island to island.
After this you can head back to your accommodation in Venice.

Day 4

This day should include a day trip to Verona.


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Only 100 kilometres (65 miles) from Venice, Verona is worldwide famous thanks to the legend of Romeo and Juliet. Beside the famous story and the Shakespearean sights such as Juliet's house, Romeo's house and Juliet's grave, Verona has much more to offer to its guests.
With its Roman past Verona is, after Rome, the second city for Roman remains, especially the Arena, a perfectly preserved Roman amphitheatre still used today for a worldwide famous opera festival held in Summer.
But in Verona there are also beautiful and ancient churches, middle age and Renaissance palaces, a castle, museums, galleries and also nice restaurants fancy shops. Everything you need to spend an unforgettable day.
With a half day guided tour of Verona you will have the chance to see all Verona main sights: the Arena (Roman amphitheatre), Juliet's house, Romeo's house, the Roman bridge, the Roman theater, the Scala family tombs (considered one of the most representative example of Gothic architecture), Signori square, Erbe square, Castlevecchio (14th century castle), and much more.
After this you can head back to the city as in the morning you got your train to Florence.


Day 5

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Rome, the capital city of Italy and a paradise for people interested in culture and history. The key highlight of this city is the Colosseum and the irresistible Italian Food that attracts travellers from all over the world.
There are numerous luxury hotel options in Rome such as The Westin Excelsior Rome, Hassler Roma and for more options you can visit here.
On the first day of your stay you can visit Colosseum,  Trevi Fountain,  Roman Forum,  Spanish Steps.


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The Colosseum is also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. This amphitheatre is made of concrete and stone, it used to be the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire and now it is the largest amphitheatre in the world.

Trevi Fountain

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The Fontana di Trevi - or Trevi Fountain is a fountain in Rome, Italy. It is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and the most beautiful in the world. There is a traditional legend if you throw a coin into the fountain, you are ensured a return to Rome.

Roman Forum

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The Roman Forum is a rectangular plaza surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the center of the city of Rome. This place used to be a marketplace of Rome and one of the famous attractions of Rome.

Spanish Steps

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The Spanish Steps are a set of steps in Rome, Italy, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinità dei Monti, dominated by the Trinità dei Monti church at the top. These are considered as the widest staircase in Europe.
With this you can call it a day and return to your hotel to have a nice sleep.

Day 6

The itinerary of the second day of your visit in Rome you can visit Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo and Ostia Lido beach. 


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The Pantheon is a building in Rome, Italy, which is a temple to all the gods of ancient Rome. It was commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus and rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian about 126 AD. The building's sole source of light is the opening at the dome's apex (the oculus). Many famous Italians are buried in the Pantheon.
After this you can head to your hotel for a nice sleep.

Castel Sant'Angelo

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The Castel Sant’Angelo National Museum is housed in the Sant’Angelo Castle. It’s a pure Roman landmark and you can peep inside at historical artefacts or an invitation to one of the events and performances held on the roof. 

Ostia Lido beach

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While it might not be as glamorous as other Italian beaches, Ostia Lido is the closest to Rome. There are some good private sandy beaches available for day use as well as a few public beach areas. The beach at Ostia is known for its dark sand and the water is clean enough for swimming. For less crowded and more comfortable beach areas, you can pay a day fee for private beach entrance and rent a beach chair, umbrella, and towel. Private beaches usually have changing rooms, bathrooms, and a bar and sometimes additional amenities so if you're planning to spend much time on the beach it's usually worth paying.
By the night you can return to your hotel to brace yourself for the next day.

Day 7

On this day you can visit the majestic Apennine Mountains.

Apennine Mountains

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The Apennine Mountains are located almost 2 hours and thirty minutes’ drive from the city of Rome. Apennine Range or the Apennines, Italian Appennino, is a series of mountain ranges bordered by narrow coastlands that form the physical backbone of peninsular Italy. The geologic youth of the Apennines and a great variety of rock types are responsible for the rugged appearance of the range today.
By the night you can return to your hotel to brace yourself for the next day.
You can spend a day exploring this mazing mountains and return to your hotel by the night as the next day you need to head to Naples.


Day 9

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On the fourth day you can head to Naples which is Italy's third-largest city is one of its oldest, most artistic and most delicious. Naples' centro storico (historic centre) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its archaeological treasures are among the world’s most impressive,    and its swag of vainglorious palaces, castles and churches make Rome look positively provincial.
It is just a 2 hours and thirty minutes’ drive from Rome.
On the first day you can visit the Historic Center, Naples National Archaeological Museum,  Cappella Sansevero and Tour Naples Underground.

Historic Center

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Naples’s heart is the historic city, which UNESCO declared a Cultural Heritage site. Its narrow alleyways lead to mysterious churches, catacombs and underground caves. Until today, Naples’s old folk culture reveals itself to the visitor among craftspeople, fluttering laundry and shouting fish sellers. The historic city is characterized by many churches. You often find several of them in one street among Baroque style palazzi of aristocratic families and antique residences. Naples’s most important church is the San Gennaro (St. Januarius) Cathedral,    where each year the famous Miracle Blood ceremony takes place. The Gothic churches,  San Lorenzo Maggiore and San Domenico Maggiore, as well as the Baroque church,  Gesù Nuovo  are worth a visit.

Naples National Archaeological Museum

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The Naples National Archaeological Museum is a museum in Naples, southern Italy, at the northwest corner of the original Greek wall of the city of Neapolis. The museum contains a large collection of Roman artifacts from Pompeii, Stabiae and Herculaneum. The collection includes works of the highest quality produced in Greek, Roman and Renaissance times. It is the most important Italian archaeological museum and is considered one of the most important in the world.

Cappella Sansevero

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The Cappella Sansevero (also known as the Capella Sansevero de' Sangri or Pietatella) is a chapel located on Via Francesco de Sanctis 19, just northwest of the church of San Domenico Maggiore, in the historic center of Naples, Italy. The chapel is more properly named the Chapel of Santa Maria della Pietà, or the Pietatella. It contains works of art by some of the leading Italian artists of the 18th century.
After this you can head to your hotel for a nice sleep and return to Rome to catch your return flight.

Day 10

This is the last day of your stay in Rome and you got your return flight. Make sure you pack all the belonging carefully and reach airport at least three hours prior to your flight timings. 
I hope the destinations mentioned, according to your interest will lead to a memorable trip. I wish you return with the most exciting experience and memories of your life.
Wishing you an amazing trip!
Ridhima Arora

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