There is much to do in Italy - and to discover! Choose one or more of Weekend in Italy’s many options and enjoy being guided by real experts. From morning tours to evening aperitifs, from underground tours to hot air balloon flights, from art tours to hiking adventures, from boating on rivers to train rides in the Alps - find your tour or excursion in Italy with the help of Weekend in Italy.

Make the most of your Italy vacation – plan ahead! Choose among Weekend in Italy's vast array of tours, excursions, and workshops all over Italy now – and you'll get to see and enjoy your vacation so much more! We have the best guides and tour leaders waiting for you - from simple introductory walking tours to in-depth guided visits, from art tours to bike tours, from adventures in the countryside to workshops with the artisans. From private chauffeured excursions to Vespa rides on those fabulous Italian roads. The list would be endless - check out all of the options below to see what you’re interested in and what you absolutely can’t miss. Then book through our fast and secure online system at

Classic Rome Tour

Experience Rome's most important monuments with this itinerary by bus and on foot, guided by a local expert.

Illuminated Rome

Your bus tour itinerary includes the Colosseum, Saint Peter's, the Trevi fountain, Via Veneto, and Piazza Navona.

Vatican Museums Guided Tour

Carefully chosen aspects of the Pio Clementino Museum, the Gallery of the Candelabras, the Gallery of the Geographical Maps, and the Gallery of the Tapestries (Renaissance art), the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel.

Assisi and Orvieto Day Tour

On this excursion from Rome, explore Etruscan Orvieto, and Assisi, oasis of art and architecture and birthplace of Saint Francis, one of Italy's most beloved saints.

Naples and Capri

Get a taste of vibrant Naples, and of beautiful Capri, the "pearl of the Mediterranean" with this all-inclusive, day-long excursion!

Day Tour to Florence

art and beauty, medieval streets, gardens, world-renowned museums and churches, skilled craftsmen and the legacy of the Medici!