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Guided Walking : Europe

Italy: Tuscany & Umbria

Easy to Moderate Terrain: 4-8 Miles Daily

Italy: Tuscany & Umbria

As you cross the lavish inlaid mosaic floor of the Duomo di Siena, vaulted by striped marble columns and surrounded by the brilliance of inlaid gold, you’ll see why Tuscany and Umbria are called the cradle of the Renaissance. From the glorious cathedrals and stonework piazzas of medieval cities to the stately rows of sun-dappled olive trees, the region boasts a refinement and pastoral splendor that is quintessentially Italian. In this spectacular setting, you’ll walk a landscape of grape arbors, swaying wheat fields, and rustic farmhouses, stopping to explore Etruscan ruins along the way. You’ll savor a bounty of sophisticated cuisine in renowned restaurants and family-run trattorias: fine cured meats, exquisite wine, shaved black truffles, traditionally pressed olive oil, and handmade pasta. Climbing to the summit of Mount Subasio—where St. Francis once preached to the birds—you’ll pass through open meadows and wild oak forest, drinking in views of the surrounding valley beyond. Like the tang of aged pecorino cheese, the region’s delectable essence will linger with you long after you’ve departed.


Tour Highlights:
  • In Montalcino, enjoy an insider perspective on local life when a Tuscan farming couple opens their doors to you for a lunch of cheeses, homemade preserves, and their house wine.
  • Marvel at Giotto’s 28-part fresco The Life of St. Francis, which graces the walls of the iconic Basilica of St. Francis, passionately interpreted by your expert guide.
  • Partake in an unforgettable dinner at the Locanda del Cardinale in Assisi, where your table sits atop a glassed-in excavation of Roman ruins.
Flight + Tour Combo

10 days, 9 nights

FROM $5,398 USD

per person, double occupancy

Tour extensions available
Florence | 2 nights $348*
Rome | 2 nights $348

Tour Only

7 days, 6 nights

FROM $4,398 USD

per person, double occupancy



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Itinerary & Accommodations

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Day 1

Arrival in Florence

After meeting in Florence, embark on a walking tour of beautiful Siena, whose seashell-shaped campo is one of Tuscany’s most distinctive main squares. Afterwards, transfer to your family-run hotel in the charming walled town of Montalcino.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 2

Torrenieri to Pienza

Walk through rolling terrain near Torrenieri, stopping for lunch at an old Tuscan farmhouse. Afterwards, shuttle to the harmonious center of Pienza, redesigned to be the “ideal Renaissance town” by native son Pope Pius II in the 15th century.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 3

Montalcino to Sant'Antimo Abbey

Walk to the isolated Romanesque Abbey of Sant’Antimo, traversing gentle hills planted with olive groves and Sangiovese Grosso grapes. This afternoon, drive through rolling hills to your elegant hotel in Spello, a walled town with ancient Roman and medieval roots.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 4

Assisi city tour

Explore the quintessential Umbrian hill town of Assisi, beloved for its medieval charm and strong associations with St. Francis. After this morning’s guided tour, your afternoon options include free time in Assisi or Spello, or a walk through the lush surrounding countryside.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 5

Gubbio

Today you’ll discover Gubbio, another Umbrian medieval gem. From the Church of Saint Ubaldo, perched high on a mountainside overlooking town, your morning walk leads to Gubbio’s spacious, panoramic central piazza, flanked by stunning palazzi. This afternoon, absorb the atmosphere of the historic center over gelato before returning to Spello.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 6

Assisi to Spello via the Natural Park of Mount Subasio

Walk through the serene Natural Park of Mount Subasio, where St. Francis famously preached to the birds. After lunch in the charming hamlet of Collepino, an optional afternoon hike returns to Spello through olive groves and alongside an ancient Roman aqueduct. Tonight’s farewell dinner in Assisi features the finest Umbrian cuisine.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 7

Easy city walking tour of Orvieto

This morning, enjoy a final guided walking excursion through the magnificent hilltop town of Orvieto. Afterwards, explore on your own or make onward connections from Orvieto’s train station.

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Day 1

Arrival in Florence

After meeting in Florence, embark on a walking tour of beautiful Siena, whose seashell-shaped campo is one of Tuscany’s most distinctive main squares. Afterwards, transfer to your family-run hotel in the charming walled town of Montalcino.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 2

Torrenieri to Pienza

Walk through rolling terrain near Torrenieri, stopping for lunch at an old Tuscan farmhouse. Afterwards, shuttle to the harmonious center of Pienza, redesigned to be the “ideal Renaissance town” by native son Pope Pius II in the 15th century.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 3

Montalcino to Sant'Antimo Abbey

Walk to the isolated Romanesque Abbey of Sant’Antimo, traversing gentle hills planted with olive groves and Sangiovese Grosso grapes. This afternoon, drive through rolling hills to your elegant hotel in Spello, a walled town with ancient Roman and medieval roots.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 4

Assisi city tour

Explore the quintessential Umbrian hill town of Assisi, beloved for its medieval charm and strong associations with St. Francis. After this morning’s guided tour, your afternoon options include free time in Assisi or Spello, or a walk through the lush surrounding countryside.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 5

Gubbio

Today you’ll discover Gubbio, another Umbrian medieval gem. From the Church of Saint Ubaldo, perched high on a mountainside overlooking town, your morning walk leads to Gubbio’s spacious, panoramic central piazza, flanked by stunning palazzi. This afternoon, absorb the atmosphere of the historic center over gelato before returning to Spello.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 6

Assisi to Spello via the Natural Park of Mount Subasio

Walk through the serene Natural Park of Mount Subasio, where St. Francis famously preached to the birds. After lunch in the charming hamlet of Collepino, an optional afternoon hike returns to Spello through olive groves and alongside an ancient Roman aqueduct. Tonight’s farewell dinner in Assisi features the finest Umbrian cuisine.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 7

Departure from Rome via Spoleto

This morning, enjoy a final guided walking excursion through magnificent Spoleto before continuing on to Rome where you bid farewell.

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Flight

Overnight Flight from USA to Florence, Italy

Please refer to your air itinerary for your specific flight details.

Arrival

Arrive in Florence, Italy

Upon arrival at Amerigo Vespucci Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign will meet you as you exit the baggage-claim area. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. A complimentary small-group transfer will be provided to the Hotel Silla in Florence, approximately 30 minutes away. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

Accommodation: Hotel Silla, Florence

Hotel Silla is a small, three-star former villa dating back to the 17th century, situated on the left bank of the Arno River. The hotel is conveniently located in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood, only a 10-minute walk from the Ponte Vecchio and Florence’s historic center.

Day 1

Join your Country Walkers Italy: Tuscany & Umbria tour

Breakfast is included at your hotel. Your guides will meet you at the Hotel Silla at 10:30 a.m. in the lobby. Your guides will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Please refer to the Italy: Tuscany & Umbria (7-day/6-night) itinerary for full tour details.

After meeting in Florence, embark on a walking tour of beautiful Siena, whose seashell-shaped campo is one of Tuscany’s most distinctive main squares. Afterwards, transfer to your family-run hotel in the charming walled town of Montalcino.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 2

Torrenieri to Pienza

Walk through rolling terrain near Torrenieri, stopping for lunch at an old Tuscan farmhouse. Afterwards, shuttle to the harmonious center of Pienza, redesigned to be the “ideal Renaissance town” by native son Pope Pius II in the 15th century.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 3

Montalcino to Sant'Antimo Abbey

Walk to the isolated Romanesque Abbey of Sant’Antimo, traversing gentle hills planted with olive groves and Sangiovese Grosso grapes. This afternoon, drive through rolling hills to your elegant hotel in Spello, a walled town with ancient Roman and medieval roots.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 4

Assisi city tour

Explore the quintessential Umbrian hill town of Assisi, beloved for its medieval charm and strong associations with St. Francis. After this morning’s guided tour, your afternoon options include free time in Assisi or Spello, or a walk through the lush surrounding countryside.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 5

Gubbio

Today you’ll discover Gubbio, another Umbrian medieval gem. From the Church of Saint Ubaldo, perched high on a mountainside overlooking town, your morning walk leads to Gubbio’s spacious, panoramic central piazza, flanked by stunning palazzi. This afternoon, absorb the atmosphere of the historic center over gelato before returning to Spello.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 6

Assisi to Spello via the Natural Park of Mount Subasio

Walk through the serene Natural Park of Mount Subasio, where St. Francis famously preached to the birds. After lunch in the charming hamlet of Collepino, an optional afternoon hike returns to Spello through olive groves and alongside an ancient Roman aqueduct. Tonight’s farewell dinner in Assisi features the finest Umbrian cuisine.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 7

Easy city walking tour of Orvieto

This morning, enjoy a final guided walking excursion through the magnificent hilltop town of Orvieto. Afterwards, explore on your own or make onward connections from Orvieto’s train station.

Post-Night

Tour Departure from Orvieto

After enjoying a morning tour of Orvieto and traveling with your group to Rome, a small-group transfer brings you to the Visconti Palace Hotel for your post-tour night. (Lunch and dinner are on your own.)

Accommodation: Visconti Palace Hotel, Rome, Italy

Located on the right bank of the Tiber River between the Piazza di Spagna, the Piazza Navona, and the Vatican, this chic city-center hotel offers access to Rome’s monuments, shopping, and dining. Guestrooms and public spaces are contemporary and inviting, including a bar and patio. Overlooking the city is a dramatic rooftop terrace bar and an on-site gym is also available.

Departure

Ciao! This morning a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci Airport based on your departure time. (Please note that your departure transfer time will be communicated to you by your guides on tour.)

Add a Tour Extension to Your Flight + Tour Combo
Pre-Tour Extension: Florence

2 nights from only $348*

  • Two nights at the Hotel Silla†
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

For those guests reserving our Flight + Tour Combo, you may wish to further extend your time in Italy with an additional two nights in Florence. Delight in the world-renowned art, history, culture, and cuisine of this legendary city on the Arno River. From the layer-cake jewelry shops of the medieval Ponte Vecchio to the Medici art treasures of The Uffizi, you’ll have time to experience it all while staying in a former 17th-century villa steps away from the city’s historic center. Stroll through the Galleria dell’Accademia to witness Michelangelo’s David and numerous other renaissance masterpieces. Sample local vintages in a quiet wine bar. Spend an afternoon admiring the spectacular architecture of The Duomo, an ornate masterpiece of pink, white, and green marble.

Single Supplement: $298*

*2016 price is $248 / Single +$148.
†Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Post-Tour Extension: Rome

2 nights from only $348

  • Two nights at the Hotel Dei Mellini†
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

To walk in Rome is to feel the ebb and swirl of three thousand years of living history—an enchanting melánge of Roman ambition, Baroque decadence, and modern-day moda-italiana chic. During your stay in the Eternal City, you’ll have ample opportunity to experience the stunningly preserved monuments and hidden treasures that make this city famous, from the renowned Spanish Steps where the poet Keats lived and died to the opulent Trevi Fountain where Anita Ekberg danced in La Dolce Vita. Delight in the art treasures of the Vatican and feast at some of the foremost restaurants on earth. Through it all, enjoy the comfort and convenience of a centrally located four-star boutique hotel.

Single Supplement: $298

*2016 price is $348 / Single +$248.
†Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Flight + Tour Combo Inclusions:

  • Round-trip international airfare (includes airline fuel charges and taxes)
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • One night at the Hotel Silla in Florence and one night at the Visconti Palace Hotel in Rome*
  • Two breakfasts
  • 7-day/6-night Italy: Tuscany & Umbria guided walking tour with on-trip inclusions

*Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Tour Extension Available

Florence
2 nights from only $348*

Rome
2 nights from only $348

Learn More

Ready to take the next step?

Request A Reservation

OR Call 800.234.6900

Download Full Itinerary
Flight

Overnight Flight from USA to Florence, Italy

Please refer to your air itinerary for your specific flight details.

Arrival

Arrive in Florence, Italy

Upon arrival at Amerigo Vespucci Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign will meet you as you exit the baggage-claim area. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. A complimentary small-group transfer will be provided to the Hotel Silla in Florence, approximately 30 minutes away. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

Accommodation: Hotel Silla, Florence

Hotel Silla is a small, three-star former villa dating back to the 17th century, situated on the left bank of the Arno River. The hotel is conveniently located in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood, only a 10-minute walk from the Ponte Vecchio and Florence’s historic center.

Day 1

Join your Country Walkers Italy: Tuscany & Umbria tour

Breakfast is included at your hotel. Your guides will meet you at the Hotel Silla at 10:30 a.m. in the lobby. Your guides will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for walking.

Please refer to the Italy: Tuscany & Umbria (7-day/6-night) itinerary for full tour details.

This morning, enjoy a final guided walking excursion through magnificent Spoleto before continuing on to Rome where you bid farewell.

Day 2

Torrenieri to Pienza

Walk through rolling terrain near Torrenieri, stopping for lunch at an old Tuscan farmhouse. Afterwards, shuttle to the harmonious center of Pienza, redesigned to be the “ideal Renaissance town” by native son Pope Pius II in the 15th century.

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Capitani, Montalcino

Set in a 15th-century building at the edge of Montalcino’s medieval walls, this charming family-run hotel features comfortable rooms with wood-beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, stunning views of the Orcia and Arbia valleys, a large garden, and an outdoor, terraced swimming pool.

Day 3

Montalcino to Sant'Antimo Abbey

Walk to the isolated Romanesque Abbey of Sant’Antimo, traversing gentle hills planted with olive groves and Sangiovese Grosso grapes. This afternoon, drive through rolling hills to your elegant hotel in Spello, a walled town with ancient Roman and medieval roots.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 4

Assisi city tour

Explore the quintessential Umbrian hill town of Assisi, beloved for its medieval charm and strong associations with St. Francis. After this morning’s guided tour, your afternoon options include free time in Assisi or Spello, or a walk through the lush surrounding countryside.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 5

Gubbio

Today you’ll discover Gubbio, another Umbrian medieval gem. From the Church of Saint Ubaldo, perched high on a mountainside overlooking town, your morning walk leads to Gubbio’s spacious, panoramic central piazza, flanked by stunning palazzi. This afternoon, absorb the atmosphere of the historic center over gelato before returning to Spello.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Day 6

Assisi to Spello via the Natural Park of Mount Subasio

Walk through the serene Natural Park of Mount Subasio, where St. Francis famously preached to the birds. After lunch in the charming hamlet of Collepino, an optional afternoon hike returns to Spello through olive groves and alongside an ancient Roman aqueduct. Tonight’s farewell dinner in Assisi features the finest Umbrian cuisine.

Accommodation: Hotel La Bastiglia, Spello

Located in a former 16th-century grain mill in the walled medieval town of Spello, this elegant hotel boasts a wide terrace with panoramic views overlooking the Chiona Valley, an on-site restaurant, prestigious wine cellar, and outdoor swimming pool.

Post-Night

Tour Departure from Rome

After enjoying a leisurely breakfast in Spello and traveling with your group to Rome, a small-group transfer brings you to the Hotel Dei Mellini for your post-tour night. (Lunch and dinner are on your own.)

Accommodation: Hotel Dei Mellini, Rome

Located on the west bank of the Tiber River near the Spanish Steps, the Piazza Navona, and the Vatican, this elegant city-center hotel offers access to Rome’s monuments, shopping, and dining. Guestrooms and public spaces are in the classic umbertino style of 19th century Italy, with tastefully updated rooms, a beautifully landscaped rooftop patio, and modern gym. Amenities include free wireless internet, in-room massage, and complimentary use of bicycles.

Departure

Ciao! This morning a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci Airport based on your departure time. (Please note that your departure transfer time will be communicated to you by your guides on tour.)

Add a Tour Extension to Your Flight + Tour Combo
Pre-Tour Extension: Florence

2 nights from only $348*

  • Two nights at the Hotel Silla†
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

For those guests reserving our Flight + Tour Combo, you may wish to further extend your time in Italy with an additional two nights in Florence. Delight in the world-renowned art, history, culture, and cuisine of this legendary city on the Arno River. From the layer-cake jewelry shops of the medieval Ponte Vecchio to the Medici art treasures of The Uffizi, you’ll have time to experience it all while staying in a former 17th-century villa steps away from the city’s historic center. Stroll through the Galleria dell’Accademia to witness Michelangelo’s David and numerous other renaissance masterpieces. Sample local vintages in a quiet wine bar. Spend an afternoon admiring the spectacular architecture of The Duomo, an ornate masterpiece of pink, white, and green marble.

Single Supplement: $298*

*2016 price is $248 / Single +$148.
†Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Post-Tour Extension: Rome

2 nights from only $348

  • Two nights at the Hotel Dei Mellini†
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

To walk in Rome is to feel the ebb and swirl of three thousand years of living history—an enchanting melánge of Roman ambition, Baroque decadence, and modern-day moda-italiana chic. During your stay in the Eternal City, you’ll have ample opportunity to experience the stunningly preserved monuments and hidden treasures that make this city famous, from the renowned Spanish Steps where the poet Keats lived and died to the opulent Trevi Fountain where Anita Ekberg danced in La Dolce Vita. Delight in the art treasures of the Vatican and feast at some of the foremost restaurants on earth. Through it all, enjoy the comfort and convenience of a centrally located four-star boutique hotel.

Single Supplement: $298

*2016 price is $348 / Single +$248.
†Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Flight + Tour Combo Inclusions:

  • Round-trip international airfare (includes airline fuel charges and taxes)
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • One night at the Hotel Silla in Florence and one night at the Visconti Palace Hotel in Rome*
  • Two breakfasts
  • 7-day/6-night Italy: Tuscany & Umbria guided walking tour with on-trip inclusions

*Please note that some hotel city taxes may need to be paid locally.

Tour Extension Available

Florence
2 nights from only $348*

Rome
2 nights from only $348

Learn More

Ready to take the next step?

Request A Reservation

OR Call 800.234.6900

Dates & Prices

Tour Only

2016 Dates Per person, double occupancy Single Supplement
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Oct 9 - Oct 15 $4,398 $398

Flight + Tour Combo

2016 Dates NEW YORK Change Departure Airport
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Flight + Tour Combo
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Single Supplement
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Oct 7 - Oct 16 $5,598
$598

Tour Only

2017 Dates Per person, double occupancy Single Supplement
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May 7 - May 13 $4,398 $348
Jun 4 - Jun 10 $4,398 $348
Sep 3 - Sep 9 $4,398 $348
Sep 17 - Sep 23 $4,398 $348
Oct 1 - Oct 7 $4,398 $348

Flight + Tour Combo

2017 Dates NEW YORK Change Departure Airport
Flight + Tour Combo
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Flight + Tour Combo
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Single Supplement
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May 5 - May 14 $5,398
$648
Jun 2 - Jun 11 $5,398 $648
Sep 1 - Sep 10 $5,398 $648
Sep 15 - Sep 24 $5,398 $648
Sep 29 - Oct 8 $5,398 $648

Private Adventure

Make this Tour a Private Adventure

You can transform this itinerary into an exclusive experience for you and your fellow guests. Enjoy all the same walks and inclusions as on our traditional tours, in the company of the same expert guides. Simply gather your friends, choose your preferred departure date, and we’ll take care of the rest.

Learn more about our Private Adventures.

Private Adventure Inquiry
2017 Dates Number of Travelers
6 - 11 12 - 18 Single Supplement
May 1 - Oct 31$4,598$4,398$348

Guides

Guides

Our guides' experience, dedication, and enthusiasm make them ideal ambassadors for your destination. They chart the course, finesse the details, and speak the language (English, as well as the local language). They also possess a truly rare skill, knowing when to let serendipity and inspiration take the lead.

Manuela Ciri
Manuela Ciri

Manuela Ciri was born and raised on a farm in Umbria where she has been involved in leading cooking lessons and olive oil tastings. Educated both in Italy and in the US, she is a botanist, herbal healer, and certified environmental guide; her vast knowledge of nature, agriculture, and traditional food is warmed by her sunny smile and joyful nature. When not guiding, she teaches environmental education in public schools, works on landscape engineering projects, or can be found scouting new trails around the mountains and hills of central Italy.

Alessandro Gullo
Alessandro Gullo

Alessandro Gullo is a native of Italy with Sicilian ancestry. Educated in the US as well as Italy, he is a certified guide of historic monuments in Umbria. He combines his charming personality with a vast knowledge of culture, art, history, food and wine on many of our Italian tours.

Keegan Alagna
Keegan Alagna

With his American mother and Sicilian father, Keegan Alagna grew up in a bilingual home in the Umbrian countryside near Assisi. From his childhood on a working farm to post-graduate work in geology, he has always pursued his passion and curiosity for the outdoors, through teaching, guiding, and exploring. He brings his depth of knowledge of geology, nature, Italian history and culture to his walking tours and to his position as a board member on Italy’s premier outdoor group—the CAI, the Club Alpino Italiano.

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