Florence — the capital of Tuscany, lying on the bank of the River Arno, between the Adriatic and Tyrrhenian Sea, has been considered the cradle of art for centuries. Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Masaccio, Donatello have been creating here. The program includes a visit to Piazzale Michelangelo, which offers a magnificent view of the city panorama. Visiting (from the outside) the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the dome of which is the hallmark of Florence, and Giotto’s Campanile located right next to it, the the Baptistery of San Giovanni - the oldest building to which three bronze doors lead. Walk to Piazza della Signoria with the fountain of Neptune. Free time for a stroll through the historical city centre. Price - approx. 82 EUR.
Cruise to Venice — drive to the port of Chioggia and wonderful cruise to Venice - a city of 3,000 streets, 400 bridges and 150 scenic canals. The view of Venice from the sea is an unforgettable experience and captivating views. A visit to Piazza San Marco - one of the most recognizable squares in the world, a walk to the oldest Rialto Bridge and then admiring the Bridge of Sighs over Palace Canal. Free time. Return to Chioggia. Price - approx. 84 EUR (does not include lunch).
Rome — day trip to Rome. Visiting (from the outside) the most important monuments of the Eternal City: St. Peter’s Square designed by Giovanni Bernini, the most important square of the ancient city - the Roman Forum, the Colosseum - the symbol of the Roman Empire, the place of gladiator fights and the martyrdom of Christians, in 2007 recognized as one of the new seven wonders of the world. Lunch break. Then the famous Piazza Venezia and entrance to the Capitol, which offers magnificent panoramic views of the city. Finally, a walk to the square with the famous Trevi fountain, which has been commemorated in one of the most famous scenes of Italian cinema, in the film "La Dolce Vita" by Federico Fellini. Return to hotel. Price - approx. 117 EUR.
San Marino — a drive to one of the smallest and most interesting republics in the world - 60 km², 33 000 inhabitants. The capital was built on a granite crest of Monte Titano, a majestic cliff rising to 739 m a.s.l., overlooking the splendid, unforgettable view of the Apennines and the green valleys of Romagna. In the programme: Palazzo Pubblico - the seat of the city authorities and government, Three Towers, the Basilica of St. Marinus - the founder of the republic, which San Marino was named after. Free time for shopping. Price - approx. 30 EUR.
Local excursions are organized by local travel agencies under the conditions fixed by them. It's possible to disorganize trips due to low number of applicants.