Experience all there is to see in Rome, Pisa, Florence, Verona and Venice

By Patti Pietschmann Travel Diva

Fabulous Firenze

I love visiting Italy, partly because I am of Italian heritage.  But also because it’s such a warm and welcoming part of the Europe.

And, you can’t beat the food. Or local wines for that matter. But don’t try to bring them home. Italian wines are so pure they spoil fast. We learned this the hard way.

So I got really excited when I learned about a seven day  Costsaver tour to all my favorite cities. According to its web site, the tour is designed to “Walk you down memory lane. It provides the opportunity to immerse yourself in  centuries of tradition, heritage and culture  during stops at iconic sights  such as the  Colosseum, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Florence’s spectacular Duomo.

Sightseeing highlights

In Florence go sightseeing with a local specialist to take in views of the Cathedral, Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio.

In Pisa Visit the Square of Miracles to view the Leaning Tower.

When in Rome

During a trip to Rome a tour specialist takes you to  to St. Peter’s Basilica and  the mighty Colosseum.

Venetian holiday

A trip to Venice includes A private boat to St. Mark’s Square and a stop at a traditional glassblowing workshop on Giudecca Island.

Romeo and Juliet

True romantics will love seeing Juliet’s balcony during a stop in Verona.

The six night, seven day journey includes hotel, meals and transportation to and from each city.  For additional details and to book your tour contact a Pavlus Travel Specialist. To learn more about Costsaver click here.

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