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  • Tour of Padova

    A journey between past and present, between millennial history, traditions and art: this is Padua.

  • Tour of Pavia

    Capital of the Lombard kingdom and home to one of the oldest Italian universities, Pavia is undoubtedly a city with an important past, of which extensive traces are preserved.

  • Tour of Perugia

    Etruscan walls and a delightful medieval historical center, this is Perugia, city of gluttons and artists, capital of the beautiful region of Umbria.

  • Tour of Pienza

    Pienza, located between the Valli dell’Orcia and dell’Asso, defined as a “little gem”,is a perfect example of Renaissance architecture and urban planning.

  • Tour of Pisa

    Ancient splendor of a maritime republic, today Pisa is no longer on the sea, but for a long time it has been an important port city and a center of traffic.

  • Tour of Pompeii & Sorrento

    Explore the fantastic Pompeii excavations in one day and then direct to the enchanting unmissable Sorrento tour

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    Tour of Positano & Maiori

    SeThe blue of the sea, the green of the Mediterranean scrub and of the terraces cultivated with citrus, blend with characteristic architectures.

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    Tour of Rome & Vatican

    A life is not enough to know Rome. This is at least the opinion of the Romans who inhabit it. However, it is possible to retrace its history to a large extent by visiting its most famous monuments.

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  • Tour of San Gimignano

    The towers, the museums, the views, the ancient sources, where to eat and what to buy in San Gimignano, the most medieval city in Tuscany.

  • Tour of Siena

    Siena city of art, cultured city, city of good food, city of the Palio. So many are his faces. Nestling in the Tuscan hills, it still retains its medieval appearance.