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Eight Days of Eternity in Italy and Switzerland [from Rome](trip code:OTEU-IS08R

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Cities/Sites to Visit
Five Fisherman's Village, Pisa, Florence, Rome, Assisi, San Marino, Venice, Milan, Liechtenstein, Zurich, Lucerne, Terez Snowdon 

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Pick-up time: approx. 17:30pm 

Pick-up point: in front of the McDonald's in the central railway station (Stazione Termini)
Drop-off point: approx. 17:30pm, at the central Rome train station (Stazione Termini).  (Please ask your tour guide directly for the exact time)

Note: Coaches are not rail transport such as trains or subways and are greatly affected by traffic conditions and weather.

Warm Tips

1、The on/off locations shown in the tour confirmation letter after successful registration shall prevail, please do not change the on/off locations on your own at short notice to avoid unnecessary losses and troubles.

2、If we are unable to pick up or drop off the tour due to vehicle allocation problems, we will purchase bus tickets for guests in advance.

3. If you need to book tickets for connecting trains or buses, we recommend that you allow at least one hour for transfer to avoid traffic jams or delays due to unforeseen circumstances.
Price includes

1、Transportation: Omega's exclusive travel fleet, provides nearly 100 various luxury tour buses(8-63 seets ).

2、Hotel:  4 nights 4-star hotel, 2 nights 3-star hotel. Standard double room, triple room and family room.

3、Tour guides: exclusive elite guide team, 5-star top senior tour guide, professional and wonderful interaction.

4、Driver: full-time professional bus driver, safe and secure driving.

Prices do not include 

1、Entrance fees for sightseeing spots: the tour group should choose to buy tickets for the sightseeing spots (most of the sights requiring tickets for entry cannot be accompanied by the tour guide due to special controls).
2, Tips for the driver and guide: (standard 4 euros per person per day).
3, single room rate: 156 euros per person (single registration to ensure that same-sex guests share a room, if you request a single room to pay this fee, only for the entire purchase).
4、Room type: Due to the limited number of rooms available in the hotel, guests who choose the Family Room/Triple Room will have to share a room with another guest of the same sex in the group if the hotel is unable to accommodate them. (Note: Please note the name of the guest who can share a room when placing your order)
5、Travel insurance: We recommend that guests in the tour must purchase travel insurance to protect themselves against illness, financial loss and other accidents during the tour and to claim compensation from the insurance company.
6、Lunch and dinner: During the tour, our guide will recommend authentic and delicious local restaurants, and will also introduce you to affordable and efficient fast food restaurants. 
7、Other expenses: visa fees, postage for visa materials, hotel charges for internet, TV and other expenses that are not included in the "cost inclusive".

*Our company reserves the right of final interpretation of other costs not listed in the above paragraph.

Reference prices for admission to attractions.

Pisa sightseeing bus ticket: €3 per person

Train ticket to the Five Fishing Villages: €16 per person
Colosseum: €17 per person

Scala Opera House: €9 per person

St Mark's Basilica: €5 per person

St Mark's Bell Tower: €8/person

Milan Cathedral: €3 per person

(Prices are subject to change without notice due to seasonal changes)

Reference prices for optional activities (optional activities will only be arranged by the guide when time permits)

Day 4: Lake Lucerne Cruise €30 per person (includes boat ticket and boat guide)

Day 5: Rhine Falls €30 per person (entrance fee, driver and guide included, boat ticket to the lower falls not included)  

Day 6: Gondola boat €30 per person (boat ticket, booking fee), Cuttlefish pasta €25 per person, Golden Grand Canal €40 per person (boat ticket, booking fee), Coloured Island €20 per person (boat ticket not included)

Day 8: Rome in depth €60 per person (7-9 seater Mercedes Benz commercial vehicle, professional Rome escort), Vatican Church Green Passage and interpretation €35 per person (from 15 persons, no queuing, professional Chinese speaking staff)

Ticketing services
OMEGA can purchase tickets for the following attractions, please fill in the form when completing your application (all tickets purchased through OMEGA are for adults)

Tickets to the Töröscher Berg are €80 per person. Tickets purchased on site are CHF 92 for adults and CHF 46 for children.

Mandatory items
Italian tourist tax: €110 per person (includes entry fee, hotel tax, Venice island fee and Venice bus fare)

If you cancel or reschedule your tour due to personal reasons, the following fees will be deducted based on the date you send the email confirming your cancellation.

Refund, the standard deduction for necessary expenses is.
15 days before departure, 10% of the total cost of the tour is charged. 
14 - 8 days prior to departure, 40% of the total tour cost is charged.
7-0 days prior to the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.

Date Change, The standard deduction for necessary expenses is.
30 days or more before departure: one free change of dates (one chance per order, reschedule according to normal terms and conditions).
15 days or more before the tour, 5% of the total tour price will be charged for rescheduling.
14 - 8 days prior to departure, 30% of the total tour cost for rescheduling.
7-0 days prior to the tour, 100% of the total tour cost is charged.

Transfer of places to other people.
1、If you are unable to participate in this tour for personal reasons and need to transfer your place to another person, please notify us in writing at least 7 days before the tour and we will try our best to arrange it without any charge.
2, If we have issued visa documents for guests who have booked for the first time but are unable to join the tour, we will charge the transferring party £70 per person for the visa documents, regardless of whether the transferee requires visa documents or not.

Refund from a tour due to visa refusal. 
If you have submitted complete and accurate visa documents at the right time, but the visa is refused by the embassy without any reason, we will only deduct a £25 processing fee if you notify us by email and present the official letter of refusal at least five days (not including the fifth day) before departure.

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Full day

Pick-up point: Rome city centre train station (STAZIONE TERMINI ) at around 17:30 (please ask your tour guide directly for the exact time)

After pick-up, you will be transferred directly to your hotel in the famous spa town of Caggiano for check-in and to relieve you of the fatigue of the journey.

  • Breakfast:self-catered
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Florence → Pisa

Full day

After breakfast, follow your guide to Florence, known as the ,Fiorentina,, and then on to Pisa.

Florence is a city with a long cultural history, known as the ,Fiorentina,. It is both the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and a world-renowned cultural destination. It is also the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and a world-renowned cultural and tourist attraction, with many famous sons: Leonardo da Vinci, Dante, Machiavelli and Michelangelo - names that will never be forgotten.


Palazzo Vecchio (exterior)
The Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace) is the former town hall of the Florentine Republic, and the entrance to the building is decorated with the city"s coat of arms. Michelangelo"s famous sculpture David was originally placed outside the door of Palazzo Vecchio, but was later moved to the collection of the Accademia Gallery, where a replica now sits in its original position.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flowers
The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, also known as the Basilica of Our Lady of the Flowers, is one of the five largest churches in the world. It is one of the five largest churches in the world. Florence is the Italian word for the capital of flowers. It was translated by the great poet Xu Zhimo as ,Fiorentina,, a name far more poetic and colourful than the other translation, ,Florence,, and more in keeping with the atmosphere of the ancient city. Located in the historic centre of Florence, the church complex consists of the cathedral, bell tower and baptistery, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1982 as part of the historic centre of Florence.

The Old Bridge of Florence
The Ponte Vecchio, also known as the Old Bridge, is a medieval stone arch bridge built in Florence, Italy, over the Arno River, on which shops still exist to this day. Originally a butcher"s shop, the shops on the bridge are now mostly jewellers and tourist souvenir sellers. The old bridge is also considered to be the oldest surviving stone bridge with closed arched shoulders and circular arches in Italy. 

Leaning Tower of Pisa
Drive to Pisa to see the white marble Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of Italy"s national treasures, which was originally built with a tilt in mind and became an architectural wonder of the world. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the freestanding bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa, in the Piazza della Miracia, north of the city of Pisa in Tuscany, Italy. The large lawns of the square are scattered with a group of religious buildings: the cathedral (built in 1063-13th century), the baptistery (built in 1153-14th century), the bell tower (i.e. the Leaning Tower of Pisa) and the cemetery (the construction of the Leaning Tower of Pisa was actually part of the church of Pisa (duomo), and the whole church building is divided into The main church, the baptistery and the bell tower are the three main parts. The main church is built in the Latin cross style, with some elegantly designed pillars; the baptistery is on the front, built immediately after the church; at the rear, a Romanesque building with a dome was built more than a century later.

The Cathedral of Pisa
The Cathedral of Pisa, also known as the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Duomo di Santa Maria Assunta), is located in the Piazza della Miracia in Pisa, Tuscany, central Italy, and is the cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Pisa.

Baptistery of Pisa (exterior)
The Baptistery of Pisa, built in 1152, is a Romanesque and Gothic building with a huge dome 35 metres in diameter and four exquisitely carved doors, which give a strong impression of the exterior of the Baptistery. The interior has excellent light and acoustics.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

CinqueTerre→Serravalle Premium Outlets→Milan

Full day
Early morning departure from the hotel to Manarola and Riomaggiore, two of the most famous towns in the Cinque Terre. After a short shopping trip to the famous branded village of Serravalle, return to Milan. 
Five Fishing Villages
The Five Fishing Villages (Italian: CinqueTerre, also known as Cinque Terre) are located in the Liguria region of Italy, on the sea coast of the province of La Spezia, and are home to the towns of MonterossoalMare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. The five cliffside villages of MonterossoalMare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore are collectively referred to as the ,cliffside towns,. The five colourful villages are dotted along the steep cliffs, with stunning sea and mountain views, and the famous "Route of Love", which is full of romance. The town was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997, along with Portovenere, Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, and was declared a National Park in 1999.

One of the five towns of the Five Fishing Villages. At the end of the Cornelia-Manarola trail, the colourful Manarola suddenly and miraculously comes into view. Similar to Corniglia, Manarola is built on a rocky outcrop. There is no beach, no harbour, just a small landing platform; on a good day, the platform and the surrounding rocks are full of sunbathers, which is one of the sights. The town of Manarola is said to have the most vines of the five fishing villages and Sciacchetrà is a famous dessert wine in the area.

One of the five towns of the Five Fishing Villages, it is the most (eastern) southern and largest town. The coastal walk from Manarola to Riomaggiore, known as the Via dell"Amore, is the shortest and easiest section of the trail that connects the five fishing villages, about one kilometre long, with a flat pavement cut into the cliffs not too high above the ground, with the rocky mountains on one side and the waves of the Ligurian Sea on the other. There is a ,modernist, kissing statue on the road, and the surrounding parapets are covered with concentric locks. Halfway along the road there is a short tunnel with romantic and sappy messages written on the walls. From the railway station to the town on the side of the hill you have to walk through an underground passage with murals depicting how the ancestors of the village built it up with their bare hands, earth and wood. Beyond the passage is the town"s steep main street, Via C. Colombo, lined with restaurants, kiosks and souvenir shops. On the other side of the train station is the small marina of Río Maggiore, where fishing boats and the five fishing villages" sea cruises often dock. The rocky hills on either side of the pier are lined with tall buildings with colourful paintwork adding to the lovely atmosphere of the pier. A short walk south from the pier leads to Fossola beach, where you can see the vegetation and seabirds, play on the beach, go shallow or hire canoes and rafts.

Serravalle Premium Outlets
Located 50 minutes from Milan, halfway between Milan and Genoa, Serravalle Premium Outlets is the first and largest outlet in Italy. It has a wide range of shops with the biggest international brands and enjoys discounts of between 30% and 70% all year round. The Ligurian architecture of Serravalle itself is also a sight to behold, making you feel like you are in an exotic kingdom while shopping. If you visit during the sale season, you can also enjoy discounts on top of discounts, which is a great value. Main brands: Baldinini, Bar Panperfocaccia, Bassetti (C"è Bassetti), Bose, Bottega Verde, Brioni, Brooks Brothers, Brums, Bulgari, Burberry (Shoes) Burberry Man, Burberry Woman, Burger King / Spizzico, Calvin Klein Jeans, Calvin Klein Underwear, Calzedonia / Intimissimi, Camicissima Camper, Cerruti 1881, Diesel, Diesel Kids, Dolce & Gabbana, Dsquared2, Ermenegi

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains


Full day
After breakfast, visit Milan, the "fashion capital" of Italy. Drive to Lucerne, the most beautiful and desirable city in Switzerland and the most popular Swiss holiday destination. Lucerne is a city of history and culture, where artists have been inspired. Throughout history, many famous writers have lived and written here.
Emanuele II Promenade
This is a magnificent shopping mall, but most visitors come here to see the sights. Under the central arcade is the Prada boutique, which is one of the largest in Milan in terms of size and window dressing, especially when the window dressing is updated daily. The Emanuele II promenade is full of fine restaurants, cafés and shops. In addition to the discount season, the usual tax refunds are also very good value. You can usually get a refund of around 11% to 14%.

Skala Opera House
The Scala Opera House was built in 1778 as the Grand Duke"s Theatre, the largest theatre in Milan at the time, but was unfortunately reduced to ashes in a fire in 1776. It was rebuilt in the same year, and after a year and nine months of construction, the acoustics were tested and the architect, Giuseppe Piermarini, was highly praised for his work. The neo-classical opera house was named the Scala Opera House because it was built on the foundations of the demolished church of Santa Maria della Scala. During the Second World War, the theatre was bombed and the entire hall was left in ruins. After the war, the Italian government rebuilt it to the highest standards of the time, making it one of the most perfect theatres in the world.
 Self-supporting items and ticket prices: La Scala Opera House 9€ per person (tickets subject to seasonal changes and without notice)

Milan Cathedral
Milan Cathedral, the famous Italian Catholic church in Milan, is one of the five largest churches in the world and the second largest in the world. The church is made entirely of white marble and the nave is 59 metres wide and 130 metres long, with a central vault that reaches 45 metres high. The church"s character lies in its form. With its pointed arches, pilasters and latticed windows, it has 135 steeples, like a thick forest of towers thrusting into the sky, and has statues of gods at the top of each one. Napoleon was crowned in Milan Cathedral in 1805.

Optional items and ticket prices: Milan Cathedral €3 per person (ticket prices are subject to seasonal changes and without notice)

Milan Palace (exterior)
Once the seat of government in Milan for many centuries, the Palazzo Reale Milano is now an important cultural centre in Milan, used for fairs and exhibitions. Originally conceived as a structure of two courtyards, which were later demolished to make way for the construction of the Cathedral of Milan, the palace is located to the right of the Cathedral"s façade, facing the Emanuele II arcade. The façade of the building, which is positioned along the ancient courtyard, forms a recessed part of the Cathedral square, known as the Royal Piazza.

Lucerne (Luzern)
Lucerne, also known as Luzern, is located in central Switzerland. It is said to be the most beautiful and desirable tourist city in Switzerland. Lucerne is a city of culture and artists have been inspired by it. Throughout history, many famous writers have lived and written here.

Lucerne has always been a traditional Swiss tourist destination. Many old medieval buildings remain today. The Capel Bridge crosses the river Reuss, which runs through the city, and there are many outdoor cafés along its banks. Masks of all kinds can be found on the streets, and the city"s old narrow streets and squares are full of shops to stop at. Not only can you enjoy the relaxed atmosphere here, but you can also enjoy the fun and excitement of the city during the Fasnacht and MardiGras carnivals. The beautiful lake, the Alps and the medieval architecture are all in harmony. The picturesque scenery is breathtaking. In winter, Lucerne is also a famous ski resort, attracting skiers from all over the world. Beautiful fields, charming country roads, magnificent snow-capped mountains and old towns. ...... Everything is just right.

Capel Bridge
The Capel Bridge is a 204m (670ft) long wooden bridge in Lucerne, Switzerland, which spans both banks of the River Reuss near the outlet of Lake Lucerne. The bridge is the oldest surviving wooden bridge in Europe and is a landmark of Lucerne and a major tourist attraction in Switzerland. It is called the Church Bridge because of the church of St. Peter on the north bank of the bridge. In the middle of the bridge is a 140-foot high octagonal water tower, built of brick. The tower was originally used as a watchtower and vault.

The Lion Monument
The stone statue, carved into the entire cliff face, was designed by the Danish sculptor Terbalsen. It commemorates the 786 Swiss mercenaries who all died on 10 August 1792 protecting the family of King Louis XVI of France.

Lake Lucerne
Lake Lucerne separates the town from the north and the south, and is a realistic place to wander around as the water reflects the beauty of the town. Visit the dreamy Lake Lucerne, an important lake in central Switzerland. Set in the middle of steep limestone hills, the lake is a picturesque reflection of the mountains.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Zurich → Mount Tirith → Milan

Full day
After breakfast, travel to Zurich and then to the Alps to experience the beauty of the Törösberg! After the tour, return to Milan.

Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland, the centre of industry, commerce, finance and culture and has been continuously ranked as the best city in the world to live in. It is also the most fashionable and innovative city in the world. As well as being trendy, Zurich is a large city with the unique charm of a small town.

The Bahnhofstrasse is Zurich"s liveliest street, with its many shops and famous brands, making it a great place for shopping and eye-candy. Rumour has it that some people fly halfway around the world to spend an afternoon shopping on Zurich"s famous Bahnhofstrasse because they long for it. This 1.4km-long boulevard is a mecca for the world"s most famous brands, with shops lined with antique treasures, expensive furs, watches, jewellery and intoxicating French perfumes.

Zurich Cathedral (exterior)
Zurich Cathedral is one of the three main churches in Zurich, Switzerland (the other two are the Cathedral of Our Lady of Zurich and St Peter"s). The church is located near the banks of the Limmat River. The present church was built around 1100 and was inaugurated around 1220. According to legend, the earliest church was founded by Charlemagne. Zurich Cathedral is a monastic church that competed in the Middle Ages with the Cathedral of Our Lady of Zurich across the Limmat River. Charlemagne"s mount kneels at the tomb of Felix and Regula, the saints of Zurich"s patron saint. According to legend, it predates Notre Dame Cathedral, which was built by Charlemagne"s grandson. Recent archaeological evidence proves that this is a Roman burial place.

Lake Zurich
Lake Zurich is a famous Swiss lake of ice erosion. It extends from the city of Zurich to the south-east in the north-eastern part of the Swiss plateau. The lake rises 406 metres above sea level. It is crescent-shaped, extending 29 km from south-east to north-west, 1-4 km wide and covers an area of 88 km2. It is deeper in the north-west, with a maximum depth of 143 metres. The south-east is shallower. The gently sloping shores of the lake are dotted with vineyards and orchards and there are long views of the Alps to the south.

Lake Zurich is extremely scenic, with medieval pebble paths along the river for walking around the lake, swimming, picnicking, sunbathing and boat trips around the lake. The lake is home to many water birds, swans, ducks etc.

Snowy Alps (Titlis)
Situated in the Alps, Mount Titlis is located in the famous Swiss ski and spa resort of Ingeborg, south of Lucerne, about 33 km apart. At 3,238 metres, it is the highest peak in central Switzerland, with a year-round snowy summit and the only glacier in the region that can be climbed in less than an hour. The only glacier in the region that can be climbed in less than an hour. The only way to truly appreciate the beauty of the Alps is to stand at the top of a snowy mountain! (Children"s tickets available on site for CHF 46)
From 4 to 15 November 2019 the Terez Snow Mountain is closed for maintenance, please do not purchase tickets for the Terez Snow Mountain if you register for this time period.
A gentle reminder: temperatures are cooler at the top of the mountain, visitors can rent cold-weather clothing and anti-slip boots at the valley cable car station or at the summit cable car station. It is a good idea to wear sunglasses on the mountain, as it is easy to become snow blind after long hours of enjoying the snowy scenery.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Venice→Stay in Padua

Full day

After breakfast, follow your guide to Venice, known as the city of water, where the beauty of the city was born and flourished, and walk over the Bridge of Sighs, through St Mark"s Square, visit the cathedral and the bell tower. 

Transfer by car to the pier and transfer to a passenger boat (approx. 30 minutes) to Venice, a city of less than 8 square kilometres, cut up by a spider"s web of canals into more than 100 small islands, connected only by 400 bridges of various kinds. In this ,city of water,, the Grand Canal runs in an S-shape through the entire city, and along this ,longest street in Venice, you can admire nearly 200 palaces, mansions and seven churches along its shores, most of them built between the 14th and 16th centuries, in Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque and Venetian styles. Most of them were built between the 14th and 16th centuries, in Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque and Venetian styles, and look like a gallery of art rising from the water. The cruise ends at St Mark"s Square, where you can start your day with an in-depth tour of Venice.

St Mark"s Square
More than 200 years after Napoleon called Piazza San Marco "the most beautiful living room in Europe", this terraced square on the Grand Canal has retained its charm. From New Year"s Day to Carnival to Christmas, the Venetians have been organising festivals in St Mark"s Square, and even on normal days, people from all over the world come to the square to enjoy the sights and sounds.

St Mark"s Basilica
St Mark"s Basilica is one of the most prestigious cathedrals in Christendom, with a breathtaking exterior and interior decoration. The church contains a collection of thorns said to have been taken from the crown of flowers worn by Christ, countless gold and silver jewels, and the church itself, which is of great architectural and artistic value, is an immeasurable treasure.

Optional items and admission prices: St Mark"s Basilica €5 per person (admission prices are subject to seasonal changes and are subject to change without notice)

St Mark"s Bell Tower
The Bell Tower is part of St Mark"s Basilica and, at 98.6 metres, is the tallest building in Venice. As the beacon of the city on the lagoon, it has long been regarded by Venetians as the undisputed "master of the house" of Venice, more so than St Mark"s Basilica itself. You can take the lift to the top to see the city of Venice and you can even look out over the beautiful Alps to the north-west.

Self-supporting items and admission prices: St Mark"s Bell Tower 8€ per person (admission prices are subject to seasonal change without notice)

Bridge of Sighs
Built in 1603 in the early Baroque style, the Bridge of Sighs is in the shape of a house and is closed off to avoid the view of passers-by, with only two small windows opening onto the side of the canal. After the felon"s trial at the Governor"s Palace, he was taken to the dungeon on the east side of the Palace, and when he crossed the bridge, which was like a cage for his body, it was like stepping into a dungeon beforehand, and the prisoner let out a sigh of relief. There is also a legend that a prisoner on death row sighed deeply when he saw his former lover making out with his new lover at the other end of the bridge. The Bridge of Sighs has since become a place for lovers to witness their love, and it is said that if they kiss under the bridge, they will be together for life. The film "A Little Romance" was set here.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

San Marino → Assisi → Stay in the famous spa town of Caggiano

Full day
Enjoy breakfast and start the day with a wonderful journey. Drive to San Marino and then to Assisi, a medieval town. Finally, check in to the famous spa town of Cagino.

San Marino
San Marino - one of the smallest countries in the world, the whole country is surrounded by Italy and is a country of China. The city is built on the slopes of the Titano hill, with ancient castles, churches and houses, hidden in the green woods. Standing in front of the fortress at the top of the Titano hill, you can look out over the Adriatic Sea to the east, which is a vast expanse of water, while to the north, west and south the hills, flatlands, rocky hills and mounds overlap and are dotted with vineyards and orchards and dotted with cream-coloured houses, giving it a picturesque atmosphere.

The Public Palace
The Public Palace is the most important public building in the centre of San Marino, on the hill of Titano, with an interior overlooking the Freedom Square.

San Marino Cathedral
San Marino Cathedral, built in 1361, is the oldest church in the Republic. There is a museum and a painting gallery. Behind the church there is the Museum of Currency and Stamps, which displays currency and stamps issued from the mid-19th century onwards, while the remains of San Marino are buried here.

Fortress of Guaita
Built in the eleventh century AD, it is also the oldest tower with the highest viewpoint in San Marino, overlooking the whole country.

Assisi is a small medieval town built on a hill in the middle of Italy, with the famous Sanctuary of St. Francis of Assisi, a World Heritage Site, the church and other ancient buildings. The town is rich in history and simplicity, with a rich heritage dating back to Roman times, and still retains much of its medieval appearance.

St Francis of Assisi Cathedral
The church of St Francis of Assisi, the burial place of St Francis of Assisi and the mother church of the Franciscan order, is a World Heritage Site and an important Catholic pilgrimage site in Italy. Before the church was built, the hill on which it stands was called the Hill of Hell and was the place where prisoners were executed. It was here that St Francis of Assisi was buried after his death, in the company of prisoners and social outcasts like Jesus. The mountain is now known as the Hill of Paradise.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Contains

Full day tour of Rome

Full day
After breakfast, visit Rome, the capital of Italy, nicknamed the ,Eternal City, and the ,City of Many Cities,.
Rome is the capital of Italy, nicknamed the ,Eternal City, and the ,City of Many Cities, because of its long history. The city"s ancient architecture (the Flavian amphitheatre, the Colosseum, the Colosseum, the Circus, the Temple of Panteion, the public baths of Diocletian, etc.) and artistic treasures.

The Roman Colosseum
Of all the monumental buildings in Rome, the Colosseum is one of the most breathtaking. It was the place where gladiators fought for their lives, prisoners fought hungry lions and was the great symbol of eternal Rome. The British historian Beda Venerabilis (c. 673-735) wrote: ,When the Colosseum stands, Rome will exist; when it falls, Rome will fall.,
Optional items and ticket prices: Colosseum 17€ per person (tickets subject to seasonal changes and without notice)

Constantine"s Arch of Triumph
Constantine"s Arch of Triumph was built to commemorate Constantine the Great"s victory over his rival Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge (north-west of today"s Villa Borghese) in 312 AD, uniting the Roman Empire. The triumphal arch is 25.7 metres long, 7.4 metres wide and 21 metres high, with three arches, and is made of Roman cement. Most of the sculptures on the Arch are in relief and were collected from the buildings of successive emperors, the most famous of which are the eight reliefs at the top, which were removed from the monument to the Emperor Marcus Aurelius. When Napoleon came to Rome, he saw the Arc de Triomphe and was so impressed that he used it as a model for the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

Trevi Fountain (Wishing Fountain)
The Trevi Fountain was immortalised by Fellini"s film La Dolce Vita. The fountain"s sculptures of seahorses, one violent and one gentle, symbolise the vagaries of the sea and the wonders of fate - throw a coin into the pool with your left hand around your right shoulder and you"ll return to Rome in search of romance; put in two and you"ll fall in love with an Italian; put in three and you"ll marry him. If you have other wishes, make them all at once.

Vatican is the world"s smallest tourist destination, a mere 0.44 square kilometres of land, but full of energy. When the Pope speaks, his words immediately become the creed of more than a billion Catholics around the world, and Vatican is the last of the Papal States. For more than 1,000 years, the Papal States included Rome and much of central Italy, but after the unification of Italy in 1861, the Pope was forced to abandon his territory. Relations between Italy and the landless papacy were always tense until 1929 when Mussolini and Pius D. signed the Lateran Treaty, which formally established the Vatican State. The Vatican Museum is a collection of works of art, mostly from the Renaissance, such as Michelangelo"s Genesis and The Last Supper, and is well worth a visit. Of course, the museum"s architecture is also worthy of praise, in addition to its collections.

Basilica di San Pietro in Vatican
The Basilica di San Pietro in Vatican is not only magnificent, it is also a monument to the gift of Bernini. The deep interior of the church has a capacity of over 60,000 people and houses a wealth of breathtaking artworks, including the Pieta by Michelangelo. In the centre of the church is the 29-metre high baroque canopy designed by Bernini. It is supported by four spiral columns and is cast in Pantheon bronze. It covers the papal altar, beneath which lies the tomb of San Pietro.

  • Breakfast:included
  • Lunch:self-catered
  • Dinner:self-catered
  • Transportation:Buses
  • Hotel: Not included

Visa Notice

A valid Schengen visa or visa-free passport is required to join this tour.
If you are applying for a Schengen visa in connection with another itinerary or accommodation, it is important to follow the basic principle that you apply for a Schengen visa for the country in which you will spend the most time during your entire trip. If you are staying in two or more countries for the same amount of time during your trip, you will need a Schengen visa for the country you entered first.

If you need a Schengen visa, we can issue you with the visa documents for your trip. It takes about 5 working days for us to prepare the documents after you have signed up and paid for the trip, and we will send them to the contact email address you have filled in by E-Mail.

In order to ensure a smooth visa process, it is advisable to register for the tour about 45 days in advance and make a visa appointment.

Note: Vatican and San Marino can be entered or left at will with a Schengen visa.


Eight Days of Eternity in Italy and Switzerland [from Rome]

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Eight Days of Eternity in Italy and Switzerland [from Rome]

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2021-10-03 OTEU-IS08R10032021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm order full
2021-10-10 OTEU-IS08R10102021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm order full
2021-10-17 OTEU-IS08R10172021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm order full
2021-10-24 OTEU-IS08R10242021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm order full
2021-10-31 OTEU-IS08R10312021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-11-07 OTEU-IS08R11072021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-11-14 OTEU-IS08R11142021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-11-21 OTEU-IS08R11212021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-11-28 OTEU-IS08R11282021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-12-05 OTEU-IS08R12052021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-12-12 OTEU-IS08R12122021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-12-19 OTEU-IS08R12192021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking
2021-12-26 OTEU-IS08R12262021 £ 519 £ 519 confirm booking