Southern Italy & Sicily

Savor the highlights of Sicily then travel to the “boot heel” of Apulia and the breathtaking Amalfi Coast—where each region reflects a unique history, architecture, and cuisine.

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 Villages cling to the hillsides of the Amalfi Coast  The Greek theater of Taormina with Mt. Etna in the distance, Sicily  A main square in Taormina  <i>Trulli</i> houses of Alberobello  The "White Town" of Ostuni  The typical <i>barocco leccese</i> of Lecce's Santa Croce  Detail of the ornate sandstone carving of Lecce's <i>barocco leccese</i> style  Mediterranean garden along the Amalfi Coast  Town situated along Italy's renowned Amalfi Coast  Remarkable Pompeii, with Mount Vesuvius in the background  Typical street in Pompeii  Shop with counter and display area along a street in Pompeii  "Beware of Dog" floor mosaic at a house in Pompeii  Painted wall found in Pompeii  Detail of a painted wall in a house in Pompeii  Vessels and artifacts found in Pompeii  Artifacts found in Pompeii  Colorful boats in Capri's harbor  Capri Island  Square in Capri, known as a resort town since the Roman era

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We loved it!! We saw things we would never have been able to see on our own. Thank you for providing us with one of our most delightful and memorable journeys.

Katherine M.

There were so many moments to treasure. The people in our tour were all smart, friendly, great to get to know, and we all shared the joy of new experiences. We learned so much! 

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Optional Post-Extension to Rome
4 Days/3 Nights

Explore the “Eternal City” at your leisure.

  • Air transportation Naples/Rome inclusive of airline taxes and departure fees
  • 3 nights’ accommodations at Empire Palace Hotel (Superior First Class)
  • 3 meals: 3 breakfasts
  • Transfer to/from airport

You are on your own in the Eternal City, Italy’s capital and largest city, and an important center of religion and pilgrimage. With a history spanning more than 2,500 years – and a vibrant contemporary scene – a multitude of options abound; we can mention only some highlights here. Linger over an espresso at an outdoor café … enjoy a long lunch at a trattoria in the Trastevere neighborhood … people watch in Piazza Navona… explore the heart of the ancient city at the Roman Forum, a UNESCO World Heritage site and home of the 60,000-seat Colosseum… move on to Vatican City, with monumental St. Peter’s Basilica, one of Christendom’s holiest sites and home of Michelangelo’s sublime Pieta; the Sistine Chapel, where Michelangelo’s recently restored masterpiece adorns the ceiling – it’s all part of la dolce vita in Rome.

Empire Palace Hotel
A well-located hotel just a two-minute walk from the Via Veneto, the 110-room Empire Palace is an actual palace, built in 1870 and completely refurbished and converted to a hotel that offers a restaurant and bar, fitness center, Internet access, and laundry and dry cleaning services. Air-conditioned rooms feature private bath with hair dryer, in-room safe, mini-bar, TV, and phone. Please note that because of the unique nature of this hotel, room sizes vary.