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Portrait Of Italy

March 28–April 12, 2020

Italy buildingsFrom the breathtaking Amalfi Coast to eternal Rome, this wide-ranging 16-day tour showcases ancient sites, contemporary life, priceless art, and beautiful natural scenery.  Staying in unique accommodations in the Tuscan countryside and in a medieval village, you’ll especially appreciate traveling in a small group limited to 24 people.

Head first to the storied Amalfi Coast for a three-night stay featuring a cruise along this matchless coastline; a visit to Pompeii’s exquisite ruins; and a thrilling Amalfi Coast drive.  Lodging at a well-located hotel in Rome for the next three nights, tour the heart of ancient Rome – the Colosseum and the Forum; the Vatican’s monumental St. Peter’s Square and Basilica; and the sublime Sistine Chapel; and enjoy independent exploration.  A three-night stay in Orvieto, dramatically set in Italy’s “green heart” of Umbria, follows.  Attend an Italian cooking demonstration and explore Parco delle Grotte’s labyrinth of underground caves.  On an excursion to beloved Assisi, stroll through the fountain-splashed piazzas, and visit the renowned Basilica di San Francesco.

Journeying to alluring Tuscany for a three-night stay, tour Siena, which boasts one of Europe’s greatest public squares.  Discover Florence, living monument to the Renaissance, and its famed Galleria dell’Accademia; and the classic Tuscan hill town of San Gimignano. Sample a local winery’s offerings. In wondrous Venice, the final destination, get acquainted with vast St. Mark’s Square and explore the city independently.  Spend more time discovering this treasured city on an optional 3-day/2-night post-tour extension

Preliminary brochure: ITALY20-Purdue-PreReg

Tour Operator: Odysseys Unlimited

Next Steps

We will happily send you brochures listing included features, itineraries, and pricing. Questions or ready to make a reservation? We’re just a phone call away! Call Mary MacDonald at 800-414-1541 or 765-494-5175, or email alumnitravel@purdue.edu.