Sicily - Amalfi Coast
This 10-night trip takes you to where the sun always shines! With three nights in Sorrento, three in Syracuse, and three in Taormina, you will visit Pompeii, lunch on Mt. Vesuvius, travel along the Amalfi Coast, cruise to Capri, and take a cable car up Mt. Etna. As a grand finale, you will experience Taormina, Sicily's most gracious city, from its best vantage point: the sea.Read more
Palermo - Trapani - Agrigento - Syracuse - Taormina
This tour of Sicily last almost two weeks and hits all the high spots. From Palermo, Sicily's largest city, to the fishing village of Cefalu’ … from the archeological treasures of Segesta to the beautiful city of Trapani … from salt pans to olive oil … and that’s just the first few days! There's also the Valley of Temples, a 150-year-old chocolate factory, the world’s largest Greek theater, Europe's most active volcano, and - not forgetting that this is, after all, an island - a boat tour of the coast....Read more
Rome - Venice
This vacation is your chance to make acquaintance with two of the world’s most memorable cities. You will discover ancient Rome, Christian Rome, and artistic Rome at the Forum and Coliseum and with private visits to the Vatican Museum, the Sistine Chapel, and much more of what makes this city the Eternal City. From the land and from the water you will see the best of Venice, one of the world’s most unique, and Italy’s most romantic, cities … all with Your Own Italy extras that make vacations unforgettable.Read more
Rome - Florence - Venice
If everyone weren't all talking Italian, you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in three different countries when you visit Rome, Florence, and Venice. Rome is wide, broad, and majestic. Its baroque piazzas are the size of small ball fields and even in its historic center, which in some places dates back to the Middle Ages, the buildings are massive, as if to proclaim the might of an empire. Florence, on the other hand, was built with a lighter touch, a feminine grace, an early Renaissance sense of delicacy and good taste...
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Your Own Italy is proud to offer unique, tailored vacations throughout Italy for couples, families, and friends. We seek to create unforgettable vacations customized to make your trip unique.
Our clients are travelers who want to be guided during their time in Italy but do not want to be part of a group. Our experience of over 30 years in Italy allows us to personally share with clients the country we have come to know and love.
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Rome - Amalfi Coast
If you don't believe Italy runs the gamut of human endeavor, try this week-long adventure! It begins with the glory, pomp, and majesty of Rome, ancient, baroque, and modern; takes you through incredible Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius; and concludes on the Amalfi Coast with the tiny urban gems of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello and a romantic boat tour of Capri. This is your Italian vacation of a lifetime, with custom touches and English-speaking guides every step, because this is Your Own Italy.Read more
A dash of Rome followed by private tours of Florence and its museums, including the Uffizi's unparalleled collection and Michelangelo's David at the Accademia. Wine tasting and cooking classes in the true Tuscan tradition in Chianti. All customized with private car, tour guide and custom options, of course! Welcome to Tuscany.Read more
Rome - Florence - Cinque Terre
Your family or small group will embark on the adventure of a lifetime, accompanied by English-speaking guides at every step, beginning with your arrival in historic Rome, where you will see the Roman Forum and Coliseum, the great art and sacred sites of the Vatican – and much more of what makes Rome "The Eternal City." Heading north to Tuscany, you'll immerse yourself in the incomparable beauty of Florence, including the Uffizi Gallery and its "greatest hits of art" collection, followed by a tour of the Chianti region...
Rome - Amalfi Coast - Florence
With English-speaking guides throughout your trip, you’ll start right in the middle, in Rome, where you’ll explore history, art, religion, and more, with private visits to the Vatican Museums and Saint Peter’s Basilica. Then you'll head south into "il Mezzogiorno," where you’ll visit Pompeii, lunch on Mt. Vesuvius, settle into Sorrento, explore the Amalfi Coast, and even sail to Capri on a private boat to swim in the perfectly blue Mediterranean. Finally, it's north to Florence, to its art treasures and culinary...
Venice - Cinque Terre - Florence - Tuscany - Amalfi Coast - Rome
This is it: your Grand Tour of Italy. Seventeen days/sixteen nights touring the major regions of our amazing country! Beginning in the northeast, you’ll take in exotic, romantic Venice, then head west to chic and sophisticated Milan, world capital of fashion and design and home of Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Up towards the Swiss border is lovely Lake Como, worth the trip even if you're not rich and/or famous. Heading south to the Mediterranean Coast you will tour the Cinque Terre,...Read more
Rome - Amalfi Coast - Venice
If you are looking for maximum diversity in your Italian vacation, this 11-day trip is the one you want. With the history, religion, art and architecture of Rome, the blue waters of the Amalfi Coast and Capri, and the romance and shopping opportunities of Venice and its nearby islands, you will experience the best Italy has to offer, all with expert, English-speaking tour guides, private cars, and the customization that makes our Italy your own!Read more
Milan - Lake Maggiore - Lake Como - Verona - Venice
A trip to Northern Italy is a trip to one of Italy’s most beautiful and romantic regions. Milan, Italy's second-largest city, is a world capital of art and design. Whether experimenting with better ways to lay paint on walls, as with The Last Supper (an experiment that, admittedly, was not entirely successful) or developing better ways to help people spend their money on fashion, as with the glass-vaulted Vittorio Emmanuele II shopping arcade, Milan takes the lead in innovation. From there you’ll move to...Read more
Positano - Amalfi - Ravello
Discover the gems of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. Set sail on a romantic tour of Capri on your private boat with a bottle of prosecco. Scout the ancient city of Pompeii and view the entire region from the pinnacle of Mt. Vesuvius. Wind through the heights and depths of the Amalfi Coast. This is your Amalfi Coast vacation package of a lifetime.Read more
Experience the glory of ancient Rome, the treasures of the Baroque, and everything in between! You will enjoy private tours of the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel, saunter in the footsteps of gladiators, visit hill towns of the Roman countryside, mingle with locals in Rome’s famous piazzas, and dine “as the Romans do” at restaurants that are guaranteed to tickle your taste buds. Everything is customized, with private car and local guides, from arrival to departure. This is your Roman holiday, from Your Own Italy....Read more
Rome - Florence
Here is the perfect tale of two cities: Italy's "art" and "soul." Rome, once the capital of the western world, remains the secular capital of Italy and the seat of the Catholic Church, and as such should be on the bucket list of anyone who wants to understand western civilization. When Florence began flexing her muscles in the fifteen century, she was actually giving birth to the Renaissance, which would sweep across Europe in a hundred years and turn it, and the world, upside down. You'll get all this plus a tour of the Chianti region,...
Rome - Vieste - Gargano Coastline - Alberobello - Matera - Amalfi Coast - Capri - Naples
The south of Italy, "il Mezzogiorno," has long been under-visited by American tourists. Thirteen days and twelve nights in Rome and the area south will provide a fascinating glimpse into a different side of Italy, with its own pristine grottoes and beaches, winding roads, stupendous views, scrumptious food and wine, and fascinating antiquities. You'll see the Amalfi Coast and swim from a boat off the shore of Capri, but you'll also visit Naples, Italy’s third largest...Read more