• 30 May 2019, 18:45
  • João

JULY! Italy trip from London for £53! Visit Milan, Cinque Terre, Pisa, Florence, Bologna and Venice!

Discover one of Europe’s most famous destinations!

We’ve put together a great Italy Summer trip for you! Visit Milan, La Spezia (gateway to Cinque Terre), Pisa, Florence, Bologna and Venice and Milan in one trip from London, UK for only £53!

Italy can praise the highest amount of artistic evidences and historic monuments around the world and for this reason is the perfect destination for every kind of tourist. Enjoy the cosmopolitan Milan, Italian capital of fashion and packed with bars, restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. Furthermore, don’t miss the opportunity to visit more beautiful cities like Venice, Turin, Florence, Bologna and Verona and to try Italian delicious cuisine!

Get skip-the-line tickets for Venice’s top attractions HERE >>

Get skip-the-line tickets for Milan’s top attractions HERE >>

Start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides

Travel dates:
July 3-17, 2019

Please keep in mind that the routing is quite flexible so you can change the number of days you spend in each destination or add/remove a destination at your will.

Routing:
London – Milan – (Train) La Spezia (Cinque Terre) – (Train) Pisa – (Train) Florence – (Bus) Bologna (Bus) – Venice – London

How to book:
Follow the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One personal item per passenger.

Flights reservations:
London – Milan >>

 

Milan – La Spezia (Cinque Terre) (Train)>>

La Spezia (Cinque Terre) (Train) – Pisa>>

Pisa – Florence (Train) >>

Florence – Bologna – Venice (Bus, full-day in Bologna) >>

Venice – London>>

Accommodation:
 In Florence you can stay at 4* NH Firenze Anglo American with very good reviews.

Airport Transfers:
Take advantage of cheap transfers on Rideways.com>>>

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