Your Own Italy Private Tours

If you’re going to be in Rome, Florence, or Venice and find yourself with some free time, take a Your Own Italy walking tour and make the most of your stay! Our tours cover a wide range of interests, last 3-4 hours, including skip-the-line tickets and are led by English-speaking private guides, experts in their fields and regions. And should you not be tempted by anything on the list below, tell us what you would like to see! We’ll develop a custom tour to fit your exact specifications in no time at all.

Livorno Port

View of leaning tower and Cathedral of Pisa in Pisa, Italy

Visit a Tuscan town and climb up the Leaning Tower

Pisa and Lucca

Your driver will pick you up at the Cruise Port and accompany you to Pisa where you will meet your private guide. There is only one Tower, and it's in Pisa, your first stop on this tour of two small Tuscan treasures! Once in Pisa, however, you will realize that the Tower, a UNESCO World Heritage...

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Castello Banfi wine cellar with barrels lining the walls

The town of towers and Lunch with Wine tasting in Chianti

San Gimignano and the Chianti Region

The medieval gem of San Gimignano, known as "the city of beautiful towers," is your first stop on this enchanting tour of Tuscany. In its heyday, the town boasted 72 towers. Although only 14 remain, they create a medieval dreamscape today, rising above the Elsa Valley. The stunning architecture of...

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View of domed top of Pisa Baptistry in Pisa, Italy

The Cradle of the Renaissance and climb up the Leaning Tower

Florence and Pisa

With the kind of planning and attention to detail that you can expect from Your Own Italy, it's possible to see both Florence and Pisa in one day. You will be picked up directly at your cruise ship by your personal driver and taken to the city known as the cradle of the Renaissance. At Piazzale...

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View of Cinque Terre with the backdrop of the Ligurian Sea

Experience the Villages between the sea and the mountains

The Cinque Terre

Nestled between sea and mountains and founded in ancient times by natives seeking refuge from barbarian invaders, the towns of the Cinque Terre have been isolated from the rest of Italy for centuries. Because of this and the area's dramatic coastal scenery, the Cinque Terre have become ever more...

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Looking at the city of Florence, Italy

The Cradle of the Renaissance and the Uffizi Gallery

Florence in a Day

The route from your cruise ship to the city known as the cradle of the Renaissance will take you through the beautiful Tuscan countryside. Once in Florence, you will briefly stop at Piazzale Michelangelo, with its breathtaking views of the city. From there the you will meet your guide at the...

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