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addonBoat Tours
Starting at $44 pp.
Meet your guide and take a quick walk through the city center, then see Florence from the water! This guided, leisurely boat ride down the Arno River lets you see and learn about Florence as you haven't before.
Starting at $41 pp.
Escape the crowds of Venice and explore Murano, a small island world-famous for its glass, and Burano, famous for its centuries old tradition of lace-making and for its houses huddled tightly together and each painted a different color. This tour also includes live demonstrations in the art of glassblowing and lace-making led by master artisans.
Starting at $98 pp.
No holiday in Sorrento would be complete without a trip to the evocative Island of Capri. Sail across the bay of Naples for the start of an unforgettable day. For such a small an island, about 4 miles long and 2 miles wide, Capri has had much said, sung and written about it.
Starting at $111 pp.
A leisurely day spent exploring and enjoying the beautiful island of Capri.
Starting at $126 pp.
A leisurely day spent exploring Amalfi and Positano by boat.
Starting at $290 pp.
For those interested in fishing we offer a very special experience: a tour with the local fisherman and his traditional fishing boat. The tour starts at the time fixed with you in advance, we suggest the early morning or the afternoon and takes you offshore the Cinque Terre.
Starting at $118 pp.
A great experience to explore the coast of the Cinque Terre and the Gulf of the poets from another perspective! Board the boat in La Spezia harbor and cross first the Gulf of Poets seeing the beautiful villages of Portovenere and Lerici and the islands Palmaria and Tino.
Starting at $165 pp.
This tour is a great way to add Venice to your itinerary if your time is short in Italy. Be at your meeting point by 6:45am to depart promptly at 7am and arrive in Venice around 10:30am. Your full day tour includes a morning boat trip along the Venice lagoon as well as a guided walking tour of the city. Then you have the afternoon free to explore the city of canals on your own. Walk along the medieval streets, visit the glass factory, or even take a gondola ride! Then in the evening, head back to Milan.
Starting at $121 pp.
Enjoy a pleasant 2-hour cruise around Lake Como, surrounded by the magnificent Italian Alps, rich gardens, and fabulous villas (including those of George Clooney and Richard Branson, as well as Star Wars and James Bond movie villas!). Visit the beautiful town of Bellagio also known as “the pearl of Lake Como”. At last, enjoy free time to shop for chocolate and other specialty items in the charming lakeside town of Lugano, Switzerland.
Starting at $152 pp.
Discover Genoa, one of the Maritime Republics and birthplace of Christopher Columbus on a guided walking tour. The Harbor renovated in 1992 by the architect Renzo Piano and the labyrinth of narrow alleyways in the old town are just two of the many attractions of the city.
Starting at $165 pp.
Discover the beautiful Cinque Terre area, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Cinque Terre, meaning ‘five lands’ (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso) are five perilously perched villages built along a short stretch of cliffs that face the Liguria Sea on one of Italy’s most scenic coastline.
Starting at $114 pp.
Visit the fashionable Stresa and the amazing Islands on Lake Maggiore on a day trip from Milan.
Take an excursion to the northern lagoon of Venice to visit its most famous islands: Murano, world known for glass-making, Burano for the hand-made lace and its colorful houses, and Torcello - the first human settlement in the lagoon.
Take an excursion to the northern lagoon of Venice to visit its most famous island: Murano, world known for glass-making.
Discover Lake Como in Italy's beautiful Lake District, just a short distance from Milan. Nestled between the huge snow-capped Alps that rise up from its shores, is fashionable lakeside town Como. Then take an enchanting panoramic cruise on the lake.
Discover Lake Como in Italy's beautiful Lake District, just a short distance from Milan. Nestled between the huge snow-capped Alps that rise up from its shores, is fashionable lakeside town Como. Take an enchanting panoramic cruise on the lake. Then, cross the Swiss border to visit Lugano and its glacial lake.
Take a day trip from Como to discover the beautiful Lake Maggiore and one of the stunning Borromean Islands. Isola Bella will surprise you: its sumptuous baroque palace is completely furnished and its elegant rooms are full of paintings and works of arts.
Take a day trip from Lake Como to discover the beautiful Lake Maggiore and one of the stunning Borromean Islands. Isola Bella will surprise you: its sumptuous baroque palace is completely furnished and its elegant rooms are full of paintings and works of arts.
The Borromean Islands are the highlight of a stay at Lake Maggiore. On this full day tour you will visit all of them. Isola Bella will surprise you: its sumptuous baroque palace is completely furnished and its elegant rooms are full of paintings and works of arts. On Isola Madre the atmosphere is even more authentic: you will learn how the Borromeo family created a luxuriant English-style botanical garden full of tropical and rare plants. Isola Pescatori is the most lively, with its many little shops and cafés.
The Borromean Islands are the highlight of a stay at Lake Maggiore. On this half-day tour you will visit two of them. Isola Bella will surprise you: its sumptuous baroque palace is completely furnished and its elegant rooms are full of paintings and works of arts. Isola Pescatori is the most lively, with its many little shops and cafés.
On this full day tour you will visit the gem of Lake Orta and the small town of Orta San Giulio. With your expert guide, you’ll walk through the old small town, learning about its long dated history.
Then a boat will take you to the only island in the middle of this small lake, surrounded by the mountains: the legend says Saint Jules killed a dragon here in the 4th century and his body still rests in the crypt of the church. On the island only cloistered nuns live, that's why it's also called "the island of silence". The Sacro Monte, on the top of the hill above Orta, is included in the list of the World Heritage: the clay statues and the frescoes in the 20 chapels, built from the 16th to the 18th century, tell the story of Saint Francis of Assisi.