DAY TRIP TO FLORENCE
Once you board your private car, you will reach Florence in about 3 hours, passing the beautiful Lazio and Tuscan scenery along the way.
Florence is often credited with being the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and it is known the world over for the art and architecture that came into being in that remarkable era. This becomes becomes abundantly clear as you walk through this small but magical city since practically every street is the same as it was during the peak of Florence’s fame.
Admire the many squares, especially the Piazza della Signoria before you make your way to the Uffizi gallery.
DAY TRIP TO NAPLES
Once you board your private car, you will reach Naples in about 2 hours.
No matter what you’ve heard about Naples, make no mistake: This is one of the most fascinating, and definitely the liveliest, cities in Italy. It also happens to boast one of the world’s best archaeological museums (if you’re wondering where the mosaics, sculptures, and frescoes from the villas in Pompeii wound up, it’s here) and one of Europe’s finest art museums (including pieces by Caravaggio, Raphael, Michelangelo, and more)… plus fantastic food, gorgeous churches, and a fascinating underground.
Day trip to Pompeii
Once you board your private car, you will reach Pompeii in about 3hours. It’s a long day, but a rewarding one!
This world-famous sight is a city “frozen in time” by the volcanic eruption of 79 A.D.
You can visit all the top sights of the ruined city, including the plaster death casts, the Roman Forum, a theater, ancient fast food restaurants, the cemetery, the bakery, the main street and even the supermarket. A local guide is suggested.
Day trip to Orvieto
Once you board your private car, you will reach Orvieto in about 1 hour.
Umbria, a region with a lot in common with Tuscany, is an easy day trip from Rome.
Orvieto is one of my favorite towns there! Once arrived you have to take the funicular up to the top of the hill, where the town is located. In Orvieto, make sure you don’t miss the town’s fascinating underground—the tunnels and caverns carved out some 3,000 years ago by the Etruscans and the word famous Duomo, with its frescoes that inspired even Michelangelo.