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Tours to Italy

Italy offers a wide range of tour options for various curriculum based trips.  Rome is perfect for history and remains one of our most popular European cities. Further south, the Bay of Naples and Sicily both offer fascinating opportunities.


Suggested tours

Here are more details of a sample tour as a starting point, but at Kipling Tours, we can customize any program just for you. Call us to start planning your trip

  • from $2695 per person 8 days includes flights view full trip >

    Rome History Tour

    On this trip you will discover the story of Rome since classical times when gladiators fought in the Colosseum. You will visit St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican and explore the enigmatic Castel St, Angelo. The trip includes the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and the Pantheon.

    • The Vatican
    • Spanish Steps
    • Colosseum
  • from $2495 per person 7 days includes flights view full trip >

    Bay of Naples Tour

    The Bay of Naples and Sorrento Peninsular is a wonderful part of Italy in a region which is complemented by some of the most fascinating Roman ruins at Pompeii and Herculaneum

    • Vesuvius
    • Pompeii
    • Capri
  • from $2395 per person 7 days includes flights view full trip >

    Venice Art Tour

    Our Venice art tours combine some of the finest galleries in Europe with one of the most iconic cities in the World.

    • Grand Canal
    • St. Mark's Square
    • The Doges Palace
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    Rome Pilgrimage Tour

    Our Pilgrimage tours to Rome explore all four of the city's Papal Basilicas, as well as the Vatican and Sistine Chapel. We also learn about the Jewish Ghetto and early Christianity at the catacombs.

    • Vatican and Sistine Chapel
    • Papal Basilicas
    • Catacombs
  • from $2495 per person 7 days includes flights view full trip >

    Florence & Tuscany Art Tour

    The wonderful Tuscan city of Florence has long attracted visitors since the days of the Grand Tour in the early nineteenth century, and today its galleries play host to some of the finest high Renaissance art in Europe, including Boticelli and Michelangelo

    • The Ufizi Gallery
    • The Duomo
    • Michelangelo's David