Not doubt about being one of the most attractive countries of Europe, Italy has this irresistible charm that works on visitors the moment they step in. Delectable food, astounding architecture, lovely scenery, and unrivaled art. Italy is packed and teeming with so much to do that time flies rather fast for any unwitting traveller, the days could press on for weeks, and you'll find yourself swallowed by the loving country that is Italy.

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Must Do Adventure

  • Dine like a Tuscan on the streets of Tuscany that is famously known for its tasty and yummy pasta. In the city of Tuscany, enjoy a pasta demonstration and learn to become an expert in making the authentic and delicious pasta. Hunting for truffles near San Miniato will tempt and make your mouth watery on the Italy Tour.

    Learn to make pasta in Tuscany
  • Explore the Marchesi di Barolo which is one of the most renowned and best-quality wines on the Italy Tour. Visit the Langhe and Monferrato wine yards that possess a breath-taking landscape of gentle hills and ancient soils. Taste the world-famous Italian sparkling wines from Franciacorta and Valtellina wine yards.

    Visit the wine yards
  • Wander through the streets filled with iconic sights and get lost in the history of Italy. Explore the excellent roman site Ostia Antica that contains the ruins of the ancient port town that served as the gateway to Rome. Wandering through the top historical sites on the Italy Tour will make your Italy tour a memorable one in your life.

    Get lost in the history

Bucket List Experience

Venice | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the watery wonderland sinking under the weight of its historical sites on the Italy Tour. Venice is the best city in the world with Basilica di San Marco Located in the heart of the Piazza San Marco, the Ponte Dei Suspire, or the Rialto Bridge, as its iconic tourist’s attractions. Drink Mulled wine and have a long walk over bridges and canals until you reach St Mark’s square. Also, put on a traditional mask and join the other revelers in wandering the labyrinthine streets.

Florence | Bucket List Group Travel


Take a trip to Pisa to marvel at the leaning tower and mind-blowing church. Visit the main cathedral which is the most beautiful sight of Florence. Walk across the Ponte Vecchio, a unique oldest bridge in Florence and possibly the most recognizable bridge in Italy. Witness the Gorgeous Sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo and take a ride Piazza Della Repubblica.

Rome | Bucket List Group Travel


Acquaint yourself with the cultural tapestry of Rome. Marvel the devastating ruins of Pompeii on the Italy Tour. Wander around Rome’s famous Landmark, including Vatican City, Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica Sistine Chapel, and much more. Explore the cobblestone street with gelato in hand and watch the Spanish steps and take in all of the stunning architecture the city offers. Toast top this Italy tour adventure with a taste of sweet local limoncello. Taste the world-class cuisine to casual trattorias and takeaway pizzas.

Naples | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore the architectural wonders scatters across the Naples city center on the Italy Tour. Treat your eyes by visiting the Naples National Archaeological Museum and sample the street food of Naples. Visit the ruins of Pompeii and ruins of Herculaneum for a detailed insight into an ancient period. Climb the Mount Vesuvius, which stands as the only volcano in mainland Europe and climb up its slopes to peer into the crater. In the evening, enjoy a pizza demonstration and become an expert at making an authentic and delicious dish.

Milan | Bucket List Group Travel


Explore Italy’s most fashionable cities and home to some of the country’s major fashion brands on the Italy Tour. Shop and walk through the glass-ceilinged arcade of the world’s oldest shopping mall, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Have a walk on the wall of Sforza Castle, Milan’s 15th-century castle and museum that looks more like a fortress with a spacious courtyard than a castle. Explore the Brera district and shop for bargains at the Sunday market. Discover Milan’s own specialty risotto with the right pinch of saffron to bring its aroma and golden glow.

Vienna | Bucket List Group Travel


On the next day on the Italy Tour, explore the most liveable city in the world, Vienna. Amaze yourself with the magnificent of Vienna’s past and modernity of services. Wander the imperial streets of Vienna with its gardens, museums, and grand building and tasty pilsner. Visit the spectacular Schoenborn Palace that is worth visiting for its magnificent architecture and also for its beautiful park-like setting. Explore the Vienna’s most famous Gothic Edifice and the cathedral church St. Stephen’s Cathedral that sits in the historic center of Vienna.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Italy Tour during spring (April to June) to explore the iconic sights of Italy in a pleasant and moderate temperature.

Travel Guide


Italy is located in South-central Europe, occupying a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands.

Capital City

The capital of Italy is Rome.

Main Airport

The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome is the largest and most important airport in Italy.

Language Spoken

The official and most widely spoken language across the country is Tuscan and Standard Italian. Also, Greek, French, German, Croatian, Albanian, and Ladin are officially recognized as linguistic minorities.


The currency of Italy is the Euro.


The citizens of the US do not require a visa to enter Italy and stay up to 90 days. Citizens of other countries require tourist or business visa for the Italy Tour.


The standard values vary between 220 to 230 volts with a frequency of 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for types C, L, and F plugs.


The WHO and PHAC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Italy tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 112 for any emergency related to accidents, crime, fire, search, natural disaster, a rescue that you face during the Italy Tour.

FAQs about Italy

What is internet access like in Italy?

Wi-Fi service is widespread in Italy and is provided for free to customers and guests of hotels and restaurants.

Can I use my mobile phone while in Italy?

Buy a prepaid sim card of TIM or Vodaphone to make local calls on the Italy Tour.

How are the toilets like in Italy?

The public toilets are clean, hygienic, and western-style. Carry toilet paper and water for washing if you need it. The bathrooms are self-cleaning in most places.

Can I drink tap water in Italy?

The tap water of Italy is safe to drink except for some rural areas. Bottled and mineral water is very popular in Italy.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Italy?

Italy widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa and MasterCard. However, the cards of American Express are accepted in some places.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Italy?

There is a reasonable number of ATM centres all over Italy, except for in the rural areas. In an emergency, you can get a cash advance from your credit card, and it is usually an expensive option.

What to wear in Italy?

Pack in your breathable fabric, long shirts, breathable tops, and comfortable walking shoes during the Italy Tour.

Is Italy safe for women to travel solo?

Italy is incredibly safe for women with excellent transport infrastructure and plenty of places to see. Violent crime is the lowest in the world, and the country ranks 34th among the safest countries in the world.