Train route: Florence and Beyond
Grasp the essence of Italy on this delightful rail trip.
Get to know the enchanting region of Tuscany and Italy's most famous cities. See it all with this amazing train route through Italy.
Enjoy the most magical Italian scenery from the window of the train.
Stay in Florence and take day trips to the most iconic Italian cities. See Pisa, Venice, Milan and even Rome, without having to drag your suitcase with you.
Travel by train for 4 days, enjoy your trip for much longer!
1. Florence, Italy
Florence (Firenze), birthplace of the Renaissance, will enchant you whether you're an art lover, a history buff or just a curious adventurer.
Visit Michelangelo's Statue of David in Galleria dell'Accademia, one of the most recognised sculptures on the planet.
Walk through Florence Cathedral (il Duomo) and climb the 463 steps up to the top for a panoramic vista of the city.
Walk to San Miniato al Monte above Florence and enjoy the beautiful view at sunset.
Climb Florence cathedral to enjoy the marvelous views
From Florence to Pisa
2. Pisa, Italy
Pisa is well known for its famous architectural masterpiece, the Leaning Tower. Head to Campo dei Miracoli and enjoy Pisa's principal tourist attractions.
Visit the Leaning Tower (Torre Pendente di Pisa), known worldwide for its unintended tilt.
Take a look at the imposing Pisa Cathedral, a large striped Romanesque baptistery.
Explore Camposanto, a cloistered cemetery said to have been laid with earth brought by crusaders from the Holy Land.
Visit the Leaning tower of Pisa
From Florence to Venice
Venezia Santa Lucia
3. Venice, Italy
Venice, one of the most romantic cities worldwide, promises to charm even the most hardened of souls.
Admire grand Renaissance palaces and intricate arch bridges, on board of the iconic Venetian gondola.
Visit San Marco Basilica at Piazza San Marco, a perfect example of Venetian-Byzantine architecture.
Be part of one of the most famous carnivals in the world. The Carnavele di Venezia makes the whole of Venice come alive every February.
Take a gondola ride through the canals of Venice
From Florence to Milan
4. Milan, Italy
Milan is the image of Italian class and elegance and offers some of Europe's best shopping, plus much more.
Visit Leonardo da Vinci's 15th-century mural The Last Supper, in Santa Maria della Grazie.
Explore the magnificent Milan Cathedral - swoon at the Gothic architecture and marvel at its intricate pieces of art.
Wear your new Italian glamorous clothes for an opera evening at Teatro alla Scala.
Experience the Italian night scene. Camouflage yourself between locals at the bars along the streets of Brera.
Admire Milan Cathedral's Gothic facade
From Florence to Rome
5. Rome, Italy
As one of Italy's highlights, Rome's ancient monuments will fascinate you, but don't forget to indulge yourself with an Italian espresso. The combination of both will definitely make you return!
Visit the largest Colosseum built during the Roman Empire, one of the greatest examples of Roman architecture.
Close by, the hip quarter of Monti hosts an urban market every weekend. You will find everything you want there!
Explore the world's Roman Catholic hub and residence of the Pope - the Vatican City - and marvel at some of the most breathtaking art and architecture known to man.