Here you will find study trips and round trips through the metropolises of Italy
Visit the Eternal City of Rome, capital of Italy and shaped by a thousand years of history and culture, during a study tour. The highlights of a round trip to Rome are the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica, as well as parts and remains of ancient Rome. You can also visit the Castel Sant’Angelo, the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, the Capitoline Museums, the Vatican Museums, the Colosseum, Villa Borghese with the Galleria Borghese, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna with the famous Spanish Steps and many other sights that will surely impress you. You are sure to find a suitable trip in our wide range of Rome city trips.
Take a special and worthwhile city trip to Florence, also known as Firenze, the “Italian Athens”. Visit here in particular countless buildings from the time of the Proto-Renaissance, such as churches – the Romanesque-Gothic cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, Santa Maria del Carmine, Baptistery of San Giovanni, etc. -, palaces – Palazzo Pitti, Palazzo Vecchio -, museums, gardens, the Uffizi Gallery, Accademia dell’Arte del Disegno, the Bartolommeo Ammanatis marble Neptune Fountain, the Battistero, the Cappelle Medicee, San Lorenzo, Ponte Vecchio and many other sights that you will definitely remember. Enjoy Florence on a study trip through Tuscany.
Take a study trip to Milan or Milano, the second largest city in Italy. This city trip takes you through Milan, the center of Italy for business, fashion, design and media. The “moral capital”, as it is still called, is known for its Gothic cathedral – the Milan Cathedral, the Castello Sforzesco, the opera house – the Scala in Milan, various art treasures – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the football clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan, the basilica of San Lorenzo Maggiore alle Colonne, the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with the world-famous fresco “The Last Supper”. Enjoy the history and culture of the city of Milan on a tour.
Visit Venice, the capital of the Veneto Region and the Province of Venice. A city trip to Venice will show you the art and culture of the city, as Venice was heavily influenced by Byzantine culture throughout the Middle Ages. Let yourself be enchanted by the highlights of the city of Venice and visit St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Basilica, the Doge’s Palace, the bridges of Venice, the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, the oldest church in Venice, San Giacomo di Rialto, the Ca ‘d’ Palace Oro, the Libreria Vecchia, the great schools – Scuola Grande di San Marco, Scuola Grande di Schiavoni; Santa Maria della Salute and other sights such as the monument to Bartolomeo Colleoni or the Fenice Theater. Make sure to take a gondola ride on the Venice canals.
Take a study trip to Naples, a city with numerous castles and palaces that are well worth seeing. The highlights of a Naples city trip include the old town – the heart of Naples (UNESCO World Heritage Site) with the many churches such as the Duomo San Gennaro, San Lorenzo Maggiore, San Domenico Maggiore, the Gesú Nuovo church, the S. Severo chapel and the mysterious ones Catacombs, Castel dell’Ovo, Castel Nuovo, Palazzo Reale, Castel Sant’Elmo, the National Archaeological Museum – Museo Archeologico Nazionale, the National Museum and Gallery of Capodimonte, the Certosa di San Martino with the National Museum of San Martin, the Cappella Sansevero. Other sights are the Galleria Umberto I, the Spaccanapoli, the Quartiere Spagnolo, the Cimitero della Fontanelle,
A mosaic of the eventful history of Sicily
Many Sicily tours begin in Palermo. The capital of the autonomous region of Sicily offers you countless palaces, churches, monuments and culinary delicacies from a wide variety of cultures and epochs as part of a study trip and, of course, a city trip. Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Greeks and Spaniards have left traces in architecture, cuisine and language that you can follow on a study trip to Sicily. Because of these influences, Palermo sometimes looks like a labyrinth. Even if the flow of traffic is more reminiscent of a cauldron to northern Europeans, you can easily explore the old town on foot. And if you drift through the alleys and stop in the trattorias, you will learn to love Palermo.
According to areacodesexplorer.com, San Gimignano is a small Italian town with a medieval center in the province of Siena in Tuscany. In addition to “City of Towers”, San Gimignano is often referred to as “Medieval Manhattan” because the city has an impressive skyline thanks to its towers. It is therefore not surprising that it is one of the most visited Tuscan cities alongside Pisa, Florence and Siena.