How many days in Italy is enough?

How many days in Italy is enough?

Although there is enough to do in Italy to fill a week, we recommend a stay of at least ten days for a complete Italy experience. However, if you’ve only got a couple of days in Italy, you will still be able to cover many of the main highlights of the country.

What is the best way to tour Italy for the first time?

9 tips for beginners visiting Italy for the first time

  1. Figure out what kind of trip you want to have.
  2. Pick the right season.
  3. Do your research when it comes to tourism.
  4. But don’t forget about local spots too.
  5. Take the train.
  6. Don’t discount the islands.
  7. Familiarize yourself with the language and culture.
  8. Money-saving tips.

How much does a guided tour of Italy cost?

Private tours will usually run around $475 for a family of four. If you want to save money, you can book a small group tour. Companies like LivItaly offer small groups of no more than six people and Walks of Italy’s small groups are less than 12.

Should I go to Florence or Rome?

If you absolutely must choose between the two, we would recommend Florence if you are interested in smaller, walkable cities and accessible countryside on your trip, and Rome if you’re looking for a large, majestic city–what other kind of experience could Rome offer, after all, after being the seat of an empire?

Is food expensive in Italy?

Lunch should be an inexpensive pleasure in Italy. If you are paying more than 13-15 euros, you are having a luxury meal, in my opinion. If, however, you are going to authentic trattorias, delis (alimentari), street carts or sandwich shops, you should expect to pay 3-10 euros, depending on what you get.

What’s the difference between Tuscany and Florence?

Florence is in Tuscany. Tuscany is a region of Italy and Florence is the capital city of that region. The region of Tuscany is called Toscana in Italian. The city of Florence is called Firenze in Italian.