the Rialto Bridge spans the Grand Canal of Venice

Best Tour Packages of Italy

With so many amazing and intriguing cultural sites to visit across Italy, one of the best ways to see them all is via a tour package. These packages sponsored by travel companies offer competitive deals and an easy way to save money by combining airfare, entrance fees, and food costs all in one payment. These are some of the best tour packages of Italy that allow you to see a large array of attractions at competitive prices.

  • Rick Steve's Best of Venice, Florence, & Rome in 10 Days Tour
    Founded by the namesake himself, Rick Steve is a man from Washington who fell in love with Europe at a young age after visiting with his father. Since then, Rick Steve's Europe has become a well-known and loved travel company, offering some of the best travel advice, information, and packages across the continent. When it comes to Italy, Steve has created a 10-day tour starting in the northern canal city of Venice and ending in the bustling capital city of Rome. On this trip, you’ll wander around St. Mark's Square in Venice, take a Renaissance tour on the backstreets of Florence, visit an Umbrian winery, and explore the Sistine Chapel. Admissions, tips, accommodations, and most meals are covered on this excursion. During the low season, this package is a bargain starting at only $2,495, not including airfare.
  • Virgin Vacation's 13-Day Northern Italy with Tuscany & Amalfi Tour
    Virgin Vacation offers a truly all-inclusive tour of Northern Italy for under $3,500 per person, including airfare. Unlike other similar touring companies, Virgin offers reduced and included airfare rates with their packages since they have their own airline. Also included in the price of this package are 11 nights of first class accommodations, 19 meals, and paid entrance fees. Virgin Vacation offers several optional outings throughout this trip also, such as gondola rides and trips to surrounding islands, like Capri. This tour lasts for about 2 weeks and includes nearly everything you would want to see in Northern Italy, including Milan, Lake Como, Verona, Venice, Murano, Lucca, Cinque Terre, Montecatini, Sorrento, and the Amalfi Coast.
  • Zicasso's Piedmont, Liguria, and Lake Como Tour
    Zicasso is a company that prides itself in handcrafted travel packages and they have created a relaxing vacation package just for the Italian Riviera. Just a little off the beaten path of most tourists, this package includes stops in some of Italy's smaller, yet no less beautiful, cities. This all-inclusive weeklong tour begins in Turin, a city known for hosting the Winter Olympics in 2006. Sample some exquisite wines in the Piedmont region before hiking along the coast through the Cinque Terre. Ending at a beautiful inclusive resort surrounding Lake Como, this vacation package is perfect for those travelers looking to visit Italy's Northwestern Mediterranean coast.
  • Globus's Italian Vista 8-Day Tour from Rome to Milan
    Begin your dream vacation to Italy in the bustling capital of Rome and end it in the fashion capital Milan on Globus' Italian Vista tour package. Starting as low as $1,699 per person, plus airfare, Globus offers sightseeing from small and medium sized Italian cities between Rome and Milan in just 8 days. You'll be making stops in the cities and villages of Orvieto, Assisi, Florence, Padua, Venice, Lake Como and Verona. With accommodations at some of Europe's most exquisite hotels, daily breakfast buffets, and four 3-course dinners, this tour package is perfect for couples, groups, or families of all ages. As a bonus, your tour director has 19 years of experience and is an Italian native who speaks perfect English.


Last Updated: May 09, 2016