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Coach / Bus Tours in Italy 2024/2025

Take in the picturesque landscapes and remarkable sights on a guided Coach / Bus adventure of Italy. There are 192 vacation packages to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 22 days. The most popular month for these tours is May.

192 Coach / Bus trips around Italy with 2,260 reviews

Sicily & Aegadian Islands (10 days/9 nights) - starting from Catania Tour

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Sicily & Aegadian Islands (10 days/9 nights) - starting from Catania

  • €50 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Italian Holiday (7 Days) Tour

  • In-depth Cultural
  • Christmas & New Year

Italian Holiday (7 Days)

My husband and I are usually "do it yourself" travelers, but am I SO glad we went with Trafalgar on this "Italian Holiday" trip, and I'll tell you details of why I think this is a GREAT way to see Italy! First off, there are venues like the Vatican that an individual simply can't get into without waiting for hours in a long line, but Trafalgar guides shepherd you past endless lines, and get you in early. The day we saw the Vatican, people had gotten into lines hours early, but the Pope was set to visit at 10 am, so those poor folks were going to be very disappointed to learn they weren't going to get in after all. We were escorted in early, because Trafalgar arranges everything for you. Then a local guide who was extremely knowledgable gave us a fascinating tour, which made everything we were seeing that much more meaningful and interesting. You wear little headsets that are NOT a prerecorded thing, but enable you to hear her live tour. You can ask questions, which is so nice. I'm not even Catholic, but was utterly mesmerized and blown away by the Vatican. I'm sure you CAN do it on your own, but you'll wait forever, and not learn half as much. It's not like I'm going to Italy every week, so why not do it right and get a real tour? ( I'm so enthused, I should let everyone know I'm not a Trafalgar employee, and don't get any perks from sharing my enthusiasm!) . That was true of a lot of other places too; the local guides were all wonderful. Depending on your sophistication, you may or may not love the hotels. None took my breath away, but they were clean and in good areas, and some were quite attractive.Our main tour guide was Martin, and he assured us and reminded us that if we had any problems, please tell him so he could fix it. Well, at our first hotel, we were put into a room with one bed, but we'd requested 2 since hubby's a snorer and I'm a thrasher, so we did call Martin, and he did straighten it out very soon. This is something to say in Italy, because their hotels aren't usually up to US standards, frankly, and if you have a problem with your hotel and you are only staying somewhere one or 2 nights, how responsive do you think a hotel clerk will be? But if you are part of a tour group which brings that hotel lots of business, they are much more motivated to take care of you. This is another advantage to taking this tour, if you have limited time to see Italy, and want to see as much as possible in just over a week. We are penny pinchers, and this was expensive for us, but after going on it, neither of us begrudges the money, and my independent husband admits we could never have had all the wonderful experiences on our own. The breakfasts were very good, except Italians seem to like runny scrambled eggs, but there is LOADS to choose from, and I NEED a big breakfast! (I admit, I always stashed a bit of food in my purse for later too, but I was discreet!) Another thing we could not have done on our own was one of our favorite experiences: they took us to dinner at the most beautiful old villa in Tuscany! The owner was the soul of graciousness, and it was a spectacularly beautiful site; the grounds were like something gorgeous from a movie. There were lemon trees, roses, lavender, statues, paths, huge planters with blooming hydrangeas, and it all overlooked a valley of olive trees and grape vineyards. We spent the most relaxing evening, and were allowed to take all the pictures we wanted, and the dinner was delicious. You really got to appreciate Tuscany. A few of our dinners included as much wine as you wanted, and they don't add sulfites in Italy, so I became very European for a week! Another thing to be aware of is hidden costs in any tour company; they can really add up. Trafalgar did include quite a few meals, and quite a few amazing sites, so that makes a difference, and it ended up less expensive overall than others which had lots of "" that our tour included.. My husband and I paid for 2 optional tours: the Parthenon, and seeing "David" at the Academia. Again, we are ridiculously cheap, so we used a Rick Steve's book for our free time in other places. I think it's a good idea to buy his latest book and bring it with you, AND download some tours, because you can use it to do your own sightseeing, IF you are on a budget. We did the Rick Steve's tour in Verona, and we kept bumping into the folks on the optional tour, so I can't say that was an extra I minded missing! The biggest risk we took was in Florence. We could easily have seen a very famous cathedral where an amazing array of famous people are buried, but we really wanted to see the Uffizi Museum. Martin advised us to see the cathedral, because we might very well not get in to the Uffizi by the time we'd need to leave. We thanked him, then promptly RACED to wait in line at the Uffizi for more than an hour. You can arrange to get tickets days in advance, but we hadn't. (I guess to do that, we'd have had to know what time we'd be there..) We were super lucky to have about 45 minutes left to run around seeing our favorite statues and paintings that we'd researched on the Rick Steve's app while in line, including Botticelli's Venus Rising! It was one of the best days of my life; we were just so incredibly lucky. We waited in the general line, because the fast pass ticket do not tell you before you purchase them what time you'll get in; what good is that?!! I can't really recommend you do this though, because we might very well have not gotten in in time... Anyway, the glass blowing exhibit in Venice and the leather making exhibit in Florence were both very interesting, and were another thing available to you only as a Trafalgar guest. We didn't buy any glass or leather because we're cheapskates, but some of the ladies in our group bought stunning earrings at the glass factory, and they weren't expensive at all for such stunning, unique mementos...I wished I had! I wasn't thrilled with seeing the Leaning Tower of Pisa for so long; I'd have been happy with 15 minutes of corny photography and then hit the road. But hubby and I went off site to an Indian restaurant near the back entrance, and had a great lunch cheap. (BTW, this review is completely helter skelter in terms of itinerary; I'm hopping all around out of sequence, sorry.) I'd been afraid Venice would be smelly and dirty, but despite a bad heat wave, it wasn't smelly or dirty. In fact, it was beautiful, absolutely amazing!! There's no other place like Venice - you MUST see it - and the cathedral and buildings and churches are incredible. We're musicians, so we had to go see the church where Antonio Vivaldi worked, Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pieta, and St. Mark's where all Gabrielli's antiphonal brass pieces were performed. Photos aren't allowed in St. Mark's, and a lady in front of us was actually caught and escorted out for taking a pic, but hubby snuck one anyway because he's a music nerd. Never mind that it's the tomb of ST. MARK WHO WROTE THE GOSPEL - hubby had to photograph the balconies where trumpet players of old performed! We didn't go on the optional tour of St. Mark's. I'm sure it was interesting, but the long line for the public moved surprisingly fast, and we wanted more free time in Venice to explore back streets, old bookstores, etc. I think people in our group basically found all the optional tours worthwhile except perhaps the one in Verona, but we had our own ideas, so we picked and chose, nothing wrong with that. We didn't pay for the gondola tour, but everyone else was unanimous in raving about it, and it was a lot of folks' favorite thing! We also went on the Trevi Fountain tour, and I think we could have done that one on our own, but they did also show us little neighborhoods of charming narrow streets, and Martin treated us all to the best gelato of my life: I chose "blood orange", and am salivating just writing that... My husband was afraid this would be an "old farts tour" - meaning very slow paced, but I teased him about this as we hurried to keep up! This tour involved a lot of walking and a pretty rigid wakeup schedule, so if you have mobility issues, it's not the tour for you. It's PERFECT if you want to see a big range of Italy in only 8 days though, so we really appreciated the pace. If you go when it may be hot, take an umbrella for shade. Yes, I know it sounds silly, but even my semi-macho husband was using one to ward off the scorching sun when we got a 95 degree heatwave. It makes a huge difference. I wore a hat the entire vacation, so if you're fair, pack one. Fortunately for us, everyone on our tour was just great, and we really enjoyed getting to know lots of fun, interesting people from all over, and of various ages. I can't imagine every batch of tourists are so great, but our group was a total pleasure. We never saw the Lake Cuomo area, but that's something we could do on our own someday. For getting a wonderful experience of Italy- seeing Rome,Florence, Tuscany, Venice, Pisa, etc. - you really get a fabulous tour with this group. Lastly, Martin talked an awful lot, (bring earplugs for the bus if you want to sleep!) but he was a great guy and very professional and knowledgable. Our driver Vincenzo was incredibly competent navigating tight squeezes and traffic, and everything was planned like clockwork for our convenience. I gave this 5 stars, and hope you love it if you go!! <3
  • €100 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Italy from North to South Tour

Italy from North to South

It was stressful finding our own transportation back to the hotel the two times it was required of us. We were not familiar with public transportation and did not realize the street our hotel was on (in Rome) had 3 stops and we took the wrong one. The bus we spent the most time on did not have enough room for my long legs. The food was good in most places but not the hotel in Florence or the lunch stop in Pompeii. My friend was robbed on the bus and the tour leader, Nicole, did not seem to care or help her.

Splendor of Sicily 8 Days Tour - from Catania Tour

Splendor of Sicily 8 Days Tour - from Catania

Let me start out by saying that Alicia was quite a good tour guide but perhaps could have walked a bit more slowly and stopped to rest in shaded places rather than in the direct sunlight. The amount of walking and the hot weather necessitated a bit more measured approach. I have several issues to bring up that were not satisfactory or should have been handled better. These are: 1. I was promised a transfer from my hotel n Catania to the Catania Airport for my return flight that was supposed to pick me up at 7:55 am on the morning I was leaving and the transfer ride didn't arrive. This transfer was supposed to be included at no charge. I waited about 15 minutes than had the hotel call me a taxi. I had to pay that fare. I was quite displeased that this arrangement was not honored. 2. I and several others on the tour were never informed that our tour guide(s) were actually employed by a different tour company. This meant that our tour guide was missing critical pieces of information that, at least in my case, were never communicated by Soleto Travel to her (e.g., dietary restrictions, information about that transfer that never did materialize, etc.) Why is it that I and others were never made aware that Soleto was not the only company involved, and that, in effect, we could not rely on the tour guide to have all of the information needed to be sure all aspects of this trip went smoothly and without problems? This seems to be a serious breach of communication with customers paying thousands of dollars to take an escorted tour. 3. Speaking of thousands f dollars, I, as a solo traveler, also paid a single supplement, meaning that I was paying more for the same accommodations that couples on the trip enjoyed. However, in Palermo, our group was split between two hotels, and I was unfortunate enough to be placed in a substandard hotel called Hotel Cristal Palace. Supposedly a 4 star hotel, this place was no better than a Motel 6 at best. I felt that the place was suspect when I walked into the first room I was assigned and smelled mildew right off the bat, and made note of the mismatched furniture that looked as if it had come from a yard sale. I always pull down bedding to inspect the sheets, and was glad I did--there was a clump of hairs between the top cover and the sheets! Disgusting! I immediately went to the front desk to complain and ask for a change of rooms. The first question out of the front desk clerk's mouth was whether I had used the bathroom in the room--can you imagine? Yes, she did apologize, but the fact that they were more concerned that I had used the facilities and then wanted to change rooms, thus causing the need for them to reclean the room, took priority over a guest's horror about the room not being cleaned to standards to begin with, speaks to the priorities (or lack thereof) of the hotel's management. I was definitely left with the impression that I had inconvenienced them. So I was given a new room, escorted by a drill sergeant-type of assistant, for what reason I can't fathom, who stood there while I briefly inspected to be sure there were no hairs in THAT bed. That room was a sad one also, but at least lacked hairs. This was a very poor hotel and the staff was completely devoid of customer service skills, and to make matters worse, others on the same tour who had been assigned to the other hotel raved about their accommodations. I think it's highly unfair that people paying for the same tour would receive unequal accommodations, and I feel this experience very definitely skewed my perceptions about the tour from that point on. 4. I have to comment on the late dinner time we suffered through each night. I realize that we were in Italy/Sicily and it's customary to eat late, but many of us (myself as the only American but also a large contingent from Australia) felt that the late dinner hour plus number of courses (dinner starting at 8:30 pm and going til 10 or 10:15 pm), combined with the need to get up early to be on the tour bus on time in the morning, just didn't work. I spent a number of evenings trying to sleep but being very uncomfortable; I adjusted how much of the meal I would consume, but it was still difficult to sleep properly with a lot of food digesting; and at least twice I skipped the meal altogether. I think a compromise should be made between the customary late dining and the needs of the travelers in the group--dinner at perhaps 7:30 pm, and fewer courses. 5. It was unfortunate that the itinerary couldn't be adjusted a bit on the day our tour was scheduled to go to Mt. Etna--we were scheduled to go to Etna in the morning and to Taormina in the afternoon. Of all things, it rained, thunderstormed, on our way and all through the very brief time we had on Mt. Etna, and this was one location on the tour that I was really enthusiastic to see. Given the proximity of the locations on the itinerary that day, I really wish someone had the authority to adjust the itinerary so that we could have seen this unique, once in a lifetime location (Etna) when the weather improved in the afternoon, and visited the tourist town (Taormina) in the morning, when the weather was bad. Ultimately, it would not have affected how the rest of the itinerary was followed. 6. Speaking of flexibility of the itinerary, we could have used more free time in areas where shopping was better, and also some unique places, like the salt flats, where it would have been nice to have a tour or some on-site interpretation, rather than commentary on the bus. I think we got to spend all of 15 minutes there as well. I am definitely of the impression that someone needs to think this itinerary through a little bit more--it may be a bit too ambitious as is, but doesn't necessarily allow enough time or flexibility to visit and take in the very unique places that Sicily offers. I do think that much of the tour was good--the Hotel Il Principe was comfortable, our guide was knowledgeable, at least about sites we visited, the bus driver was skilled, and the food was for the most part good, if provided too late, but of the not so good affected my overall enjoyment, and for that, I leave a bit disappointed.

Highlights of the Amalfi Coast Tour

Highlights of the Amalfi Coast

First time traveling with Exodus, and would definitely do again. It was well organized, our guide had great ideas and the food was good!

Sicilian Landscapes: Catania-Catania (8 days/7 nights) Tour

Sicilian Landscapes: Catania-Catania (8 days/7 nights)

We did love our tour although there were a few things that could of been better for us. 1 we had great anticipation for good Sicilian food. The restaurants we went to were very average and fish EVERY night was a great disappointment to us. I had hoped for some Arancini balls, nice pastas & fresh produce. 2 The days were very long, some days we had 2hrs free time for lunch and more free time in the afternoon. We would of appreciated returning to our Hotel for some down time and have dinner a little earlier than 8.00 - 8.30pm every night. We were eating till 10.00pm at night and on the road again by 8.00am next day. The content of the tour was fantastic and we covered an amazing area of Sicily, perhaps a little less content would of made it more relaxing. Only the thoughts of 2 travellers.

Discover Italy Tour

Discover Italy

A Taste of Italy: 11 Days Tour

A Taste of Italy: 11 Days

It was an enjoyable cross-section of Italian culture The architecture,the people, the food & wine with lashings of history thankyou very much.

A Taste of Italy: 8 Days Tour

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A Taste of Italy: 8 Days

At least one emergency contact phone number did not work. In several incidences, we were left to find our own ways back to the hotels from the tourist spots. Since the radio is not always clear and some tour guides have heavy accents, It would be much better if all the important instructions could be available on printed paper.

Rome, Florence & Venice Tour

Rome, Florence & Venice

My tour was amazing, my tour guide Alessia is amazing, very helpful, she is the best!

Italian Expresso - 5 days Tour

Italian Expresso - 5 days

Wow, we saw all the highlights, group was so much fun and the included meals were delicious. A bit of walking but that was perfect after big pasta lunches with Tiramisu to finish! Patricia [our tour guide] was amazing - she kept the group moving but with great history narrative and a fabulous sense of humor and Franco our driver was an absolute professional. I would happily go back and do a longer tour with On the Go in Italy.

Mini Tour of Sicily  from Catania to Palermo Tour

Mini Tour of Sicily from Catania to Palermo

We really enjoyed !!! Thank you !!!

Southern Italy and Sicily (10 Days) Tour

Southern Italy and Sicily (10 Days)

The tour was great with a selection of great cities. Our tour guide Marina, was one of the best. So sweet, organized and knowledable! My only constructive criticism would be to have hotels in better locations. Tormina, Sorrento and Agrigento were out of the way. Palermo was the best location!

The Best of Italy Tour

The Best of Italy

We had the best time and the very best tour guide. He was knowledgeable about every place he took us. He also gave us time to ourselves at each place so we could shop or just look around. My husband & I want to go back again and hopefully get the same tour director. We got to see everything we wanted to see and more, met wonderful new friends and I can't stress enough that this was thanks to the best tour director we could have had. Thank you Granluca for a holiday we will never forget!

Best of Italy (Classic, Summer, 11 Days) Tour

Best of Italy (Classic, Summer, 11 Days)

My wife and I took the Best of Italy tour in September, 2017. The tour director (Debra) and bus driver (Alessio) were excellent. The itinerary was also excellent. We visited all of the sights in Rome, Florence, Tuscany, Venice, Pisa, Assissi, Pompei, Sorrento, Positano, and Capri. The hotels were average at best. All of the breakfast buffets were disappointing. We had terrific lunches at rest stops while driving from city to another. The food at these rest stops is surprisingly good. My biggest complaint is the included group dinners which were either at the hotel or in a restaurant. These dinners did not offer any choice of meals. They just served everyone the same thing where the food was tasteless and sometimes inedible. My whole life I heard how amazing the food in Italy is supposed to be. Because this happened on several dinners, I cannot give Insight a overall good review. On the days where were able to eat out on our own for either lunch or dinner, we did enjoy the food at restaurants that we found by recommendations.

Italy Coach / Bus Tour Reviews

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The guide Placido was excellent. The driver was great as well. Tour was enjoyable with full days and decent hotels. The meals that were included were just ok. I would suggest that the servers go the extra mile and introduce each service rather than just placing them on the table. That small gesture would add a little more "class" and appreciation. Nice to know what we are eating!!! The especially bad eating experience was on day 5. Etna. The lovely restaurant presented 8 of us with 2 meager platters of eggplant and

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1. Pompeii, Amalfi Coast and Positano Day Trip from Rome

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2. Sorrento, Positano, and Amalfi Day Trip from Naples

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3. Tuscany Guided Day Trip from Rome with Lunch & Wine Tasting

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4. A day among the most beautiful mountains in the world, the Dolomites and Lake Braies

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5. Scent of the Sea: Cinque Terre Park Full Day Trip from Florence

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6. Chianti Half day Wine tour from Florence

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7. Full Day Sicily Tour from Malta. Visit Mt Etna and Syracuse

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8. Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano Day Trip with Lunch & Wine Pairing

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9. Skip The Line Pompeii Guided Tour & Mt. Vesuvius from Sorrento

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10. Bernina Express Tour Swiss Alps & St Moritz From Milan

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11. Full-day Sorrento, Amalfi Coast, and Pompeii Day Tour from Naples

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12. Amalfi Coast Tour From Sorrento

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13. Lake Como, Bellagio with private boat cruise included

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14. Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence with Optional Hiking

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15. Essence of Chianti Small Group Tour with Lunch and Tastings from Florence

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16. Medieval Gems of Tuscany: Siena, San Gimignano and Monteriggioni

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17. Vatican Ancient Trionfale Market Small Group Food Tour

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18. Pompeii Half-day Trip from Naples

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19. Tour Parmigiano Reggiano dairy and Parma ham

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20. From Milan: St. Moritz and Panoramic Bernina Express Tour

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21. Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii Day Trip from Naples all inclusive

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22. Positano, Amalfi and Ravello - Private Tour

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23. From Naples: Pompeii & Amalfi Coast Tour with ticket and lunch

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24. Half day Chianti vineyard escape from Florence with wine tastings

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25. Guided Tour of Pompeii & Vesuvius with Lunch and entrance tickets included

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26. Etna Morning Trip

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27. Tuscany Vespa Wine Tour from Florence

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28. Pompeii Ruins Day Tour from Rome

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29. Chianti Wine Tour from Florence

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30. Bologna Food Experience: Factory tours & Family-Style Lunch

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Whether it’s old-world traditions and wonderful culture, cuisine, history, fashion or natural beauty, Italy is special to many people for different reasons. Few other countries boast so many legendary cities. There are also many charming hill towns and coastal villages that showcase Italy’s amazing natural beauty. From the big cities to the small towns, there is always something exciting to see in Italy. With so many reasons to visit, the rest is up to you!

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Cinque Terre:

Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which means that it is a valuable and protected place on earth. Feel like you have stepped back in time when you visit this collection of colorful medieval villages sitting high on the edge of the sea.

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Visit a place that was frozen in time in the summer of A.D. 79. Soak in 2,000 years of history at the excavated ruins of Pompeii as a local expert provides you with a detailed view of this incredibly preserved archaeological site.

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The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever built and perhaps one of the most recognizable places on the planet. It sits right in the center of Rome and was constructed by emperors of the Flavian dynasty. Imagine being there in its day!

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Go off the beaten path to see the Castello Sestiere area with a local guide and get to know authentic Venice. You’ll be able to walk canal by canal through streets lined with historic buildings and old churches. See how the locals live every day with each step you take in this unique city.

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Get a Taste of Sicilian Street Food:

Each region of Italy has its own dishes of renown, and Sicily has a rich street food culture. Chickpea fritters (panelle), fried potato croquettes (crocchè) fried risotto balls (arancine/arancini), and cannoli are just some of the items you may find while sampling the local fare.

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Tour Lucca:

The fascinating medieval city of Lucca is surrounded by 16th-century Renaissance walls. Choose to see it by bike or on foot, but either way will bring you to see the Cathedral of San Martino, the Piazza Napoleone and the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, all sites you simply should not miss.

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Visit Capri:

On a beautiful day, take a boat trip from the stunning Amalfi Coast to the lovely Mediterranean island of Capri. There, a local expert will bring you on a tour of a dreamy place that can only be described as paradise on earth.

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Drink wine:

Just about anywhere you go in Italy, you’re going to encounter fantastic wine. Whether you’re in Tuscany, Stresa, Piedmont, Umbria or any other region of this beautiful country, taste the wine. Buy a few bottles and bring it home to enjoy with friends and family.

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Some of what you think of as traditional Italian foods are actually American interpretations and not widely available there. Some examples are heavy cream sauces such as alfredo, spaghetti and meatballs, and chicken parmigiana (however, you may find these items in more tourist-oriented restaurants).

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10 Best Bus Tours in Italy

By: Author Values Bus Tour

Posted on Last updated: August 31, 2023

If you desire an exciting and informative way to sightsee in Italy, consider taking a bus tour. Countless different types of tours are available, so you can find one that fits your interests and budget. Here are the best bus tours in Italy you need to know.

Experience Italy at its finest by taking a tour with one of the best bus tours. From exploring cosmopolitan cities to admiring incredible panoramas, you can get the most out of your Italian vacation on a guided tour. Take in the cultural experience around the country, from absolutely crucial to experience Rome to the serene Amalfi Coast, uncover some of the world’s most significant artworks, and learn about the region’s unique histories from experienced guides.

With accommodating diverse desires, an extraordinary trip and delightful attractions await you in Italy. Read on to learn more about our recommended top bus tours in Italy!

A bus tour of Italy is an efficient and convenient way to explore the country, with guided tours providing insight into the culture and history. Rome, Florence, Tuscany, Naples, the Amalfi Coast, Cinque Terre, Milan, and Venice are popular destinations for Italian bus tours, offering unique attractions and activities.

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Bus tours offer a unique perspective on Italian culture and history and can be a great way to see some of the country’s most famous landmarks. Plus, they’re a great way to meet other travelers!

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Types Of Bus Tours Available In Italy

When it comes to bus tours, Italy has a lot to offer. From historic cities to stunning coastal towns, there cater to multiple tastes. Here are five of the best bus tours available in Italy.

Colosseum and Skyline

This tour takes you through the Eternal City, with stops at all the major sights, including the Colosseum , Vatican City, and St. Peter’s Basilica . Rome is one of Italy’s most popular destinations and a crucial visit for any traveler. Home to the Eternal City, Rome is a dynamic capital with places abundant in historical significance, bastions of culture, and magnificent monuments.

The city has countless attractions, including the Colosseum, the Pantheon, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, and the Trevi Fountain. Other popular attractions include the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, and the Spanish Steps.

For those looking to explore further, there are many day trips from Rome to other destinations in Italy and Europe. These include the Accademia Gallery in Florence, the Italian Lakes, and the Italian Riviera.

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Florence Cityscape

See the best of Florence on this tour , which takes in sights like the Duomo, the Palazzo Vecchio, and the Ponte Vecchio. Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, and it’s an excellent destination for a bus tour. Located in Northern Italy, Florence is known for its incredible architecture and sights.

A guided tour of Florence will take you to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistery of St. John, and the Piazzale Michelangelo. Additionally, you can visit the Uffizi Gallery and Palazzo Vecchio. Florence is also home to the Accademia Gallery, where you can see Michelangelo’s famous statue of David.

No visit to Florence is complete without a trip to the city’s famous cafes. Cafe Florian, frequented by Casanova, is an excellent spot for coffee and some people-watching. And in case you desire a unique experience, you can take a gondola ride down the Arno River and enjoy the incredible panoramas.

On your tour of Florence, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the city’s many small towns and villages. There are plenty of places to discover from San Gimignano to the Italian Lakes. And, of course, you’ll have the chance to sample some of the city’s delicious cuisine.

No matter what you choose to do, you’ll don’t forget to have a memorable experience in Florence. With its stunning architecture, iconic sights, and delicious food, Florence is the perfect destination for an Italian bus tour.

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Venice Canal

Discover Venice’s canals and bridges on this tour , which also visits St. Mark’s Square and the Doge’s Palace. Venice is a city full of iconic landmarks and breathtaking views. The city is full of sights to explore, from the iconic St. Mark’s Basilica and the Campanile di San Marco to the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery. And for a genuinely unique experience, take a gondola ride along the city’s canals.

Venice has a thing to offer everyone from the Doge’s Palace to the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore. On a tour of Venice, you can explore the city’s winding streets, admire its charming architecture, visit famous museums and art galleries, or take in the beautiful views of the Venetian Lagoon.

With its proximity to other popular destinations in Italy, such as Rome, Florence, Tuscany, and the Amalfi Coast, Venice makes an excellent starting point for a tour of Italy.

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6. Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast Scenery

This tour takes in the highlights of the Amalfi Coast, including the towns of Positano and Ravello. The Amalfi Coast is a popular tourist destination, offering incredible panoramas and numerous activities. Situated in the southern part of Italy, the Amalfi Coast is renowned for its picturesque towns and villages, stunning beaches, and stunning coastal views.

Visitors can explore Sorrento’s beautiful avenues and the ruins of Pompeii, cruise around the Italian Riviera, or take in the view from Mt. Vesuvius. Along the coast, visitors can also explore the charming towns of Ravello and Amalfi and the beautiful gardens of Villa Cimbrone.

From the Amalfi Coast, visitors can take a day trip to the nearby Cinque Terre, a UNESCO World Heritage site that offers fantastic views and a range of activities. Visitors can also take a day trip to the Italian Lakes, such as Lake Maggiore, to explore Verona’s ancient ruins and the best of northern Italy.

With so many things to explore and enjoy, the Amalfi Coast is the perfect destination for a bus tour in Italy. From the fantastic panoramas to the dynamic culture, the Amalfi Coast offers everyone a thing to offer. Irrespective of your search for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, a bus tour of the Amalfi Coast will provide you with a unique experience you’ll never forget.

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Swimming in Taormina, Sicily

Sicily is a destination that combines both historical and natural attractions. On this tour, discover the culture and history of Sicily with visits to its ancient sites, such as Mt. Etna, one of the world’s most remarkable active volcanoes; the Greek ruins at Agrigento; and the Baroque architecture of Syracuse.

You will also have free time to explore the local cities and taste signature Sicilian dishes like caponata or arancini. Enjoy a memorable adventure in Sicily – book your bus tour today !

Tuscany is home to many beautiful and historical places, including Florence, Siena, San Gimignano, Montepulciano, Montalcino, Pienza, Pitigliano, Arezzo, and Cortona. Tuscany has diverse desires despite your search for a relaxing picnic in the countryside or exploring the many museums, galleries, and churches.

Pisa is most iconic for its Leaning Tower, a marble bell tower built over 800 years ago. The tower leans at an angle of about 4 degrees and is the third-oldest structure in the city. The Baptistery is next to it, another historical monument with an intricate dome. It’s the perfect place to take a photo and capture the unique beauty of Pisa.

Tuscany is also well-known for its excellent wine and its local wineries. The area is home to some of Italy’s best wines, such as Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino. Visitors can take tours of the local wineries, go wine tasting, and explore the vineyards. From the charming back streets of Pisa to the ancient ruins of Rome, there are plenty of opportunities to explore Tuscany’s culture.

Naples is an excellent destination for those exploring Italy’s culture and history. This bustling port city is located on the Bay of Naples and is the largest city in southern Italy. Its rich history is evident in its architecture, from its majestic castles to its narrow alleys.

Visitors to Naples can explore the city’s many ancient monuments, such as the Castel dell’Ovo, the Galleria Borbonica, and the Catacombe di San Gennaro. The town also boasts an array of magnificent churches, such as the San Gennaro, the San Domenico Maggiore, and the Basilica San Lorenzo.

In addition, Naples is home to the famous Pompeii archaeological site, where visitors can explore the remains of the city destroyed by Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The town also offers a range of guided tours, such as the one to explore Vatican City, the Sistine Chapel, and the surrounding area.

For those looking to explore the beauty of the nearby countryside, Naples is a great jumping-off point for trips to the Amalfi Coast, the Italian Lakes, the Italian Riviera, Lake Maggiore, and the Cinque Terre. Naples will surely provide a memorable encounter, from its historical sights to its beautiful old town.

9. Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a stunning region of Italy located on the Ligurian coast. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its dynamic colors, incredible panoramas, and charming villages. It comprises five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Corniglia, Vernazza, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. All towns are connected by a spectacular trail system, allowing visitors to explore the entire region on foot.

The Cinque Terre National Park is crucial, offering fantastic views of the Mediterranean Sea and lush green hillsides—additionally home to numerous ancient ruins and fantastic architecture.

The Rialto Bridge Market is another popular destination, offering an array of fresh ingredients, crafts, and souvenirs. Visitors can find everything from handmade jewelry to traditional Italian linens, perfect for creating a classic look for any outfit. Additionally, the region is home to numerous beaches, lakes, and other attractions, making it the ideal spot for a relaxing getaway.

From the fantastic panoramas of the Cinque Terre National Park to the bustling Rialto Bridge Market, Cinque Terre is a crucial destination for any traveler exploring Italy.

Milan is a dynamic city with a rich history and culture, making it a popular tourist destination. Milan has a thing to offer everyone, from ancient Roman ruins to the modern Italian fashion scene. The Duomo di Milano is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and a crucial visit for visitors. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is a beautiful shopping arcade, while Il Cenacolo is a mesmerizing painting by Leonardo da Vinci. Castello Sforzesco is a crucial visit castle, and Piazza del Duomo is a beautiful square with an impressive fountain.

Villa Necchi Campiglio and the Scala theater museum are worth visiting for art and culture. Tourists can also take a day trip to explore the surrounding area, such as Lake Maggiore, the Italian Lakes, or the Northern Italian countryside. Milan has accommodated diverse desires to enjoy, from the Duomo di Milano to the Scala theater museum.

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What to Expect During a Bus Tour of Italy

A bus tour of Italy is a great way to explore the country and see the sights. Bus tours allow travelers to make the most of their time and money, as they can quickly and easily visit multiple cities and attractions in one trip. Bus tours of Italy cover a wide range of destinations, from the bustling streets of Rome to the rolling hills of Tuscany and the beautiful coastline of the Amalfi Coast.

Guided tours are ideal for first-time tourists to experience the best of Italian culture and history. Tour guides provide detailed information about the destinations and monuments along the way, offering insight and expertise that cannot be found in guidebooks. Along the way, travelers can sample authentic flavors, learn about the area’s history and customs, and purchase local souvenirs.

There are many options for those who prefer to take a self-guided tour. Many companies offer special offers and discounts on packages, including transportation and accommodations. Tour operators also provide pre-planned itineraries, allowing travelers to customize their experience and visit the destinations they want to see.

You’ll be able to see the sights, enjoy the food, and learn about the culture and history of Italy. The tour will also include stops at the country’s most famous landmarks, such as the Colosseum, the Vatican Museum , and St. Mark’s Square. The tour guide will be able to provide you with information about each stop on the itinerary and answer any questions you may have.

No matter which type of tour is chosen, travelers can experience the best of Italy on a bus tour. From the ancient ruins of Rome to the Amalfi Coast’s beautiful coastline, Italyommodated diverse desires to enjoy on a bus tour. Tour companies provide access to unique sights and experiences, making it easy for excursionists to explore and enjoy the country’s beauty.

A bus tour of Italy is the perfect way to see the country without worrying about renting a car or dealing with public transportation. The tour will take you to all the major cities, including Rome, Florence, and Venice, and some smaller towns and villages.

The Benefits Of Taking A Bus Tour In Italy

A bus tour in Italy is an excellent way to see the country’s many sights and attractions. Bus tours typically include stops at popular tourist destinations and lesser-known spots off the beaten path.

This tour is also a great way to meet other travelers and learn about their experiences in Italy. In addition, bus tours typically offer educational activities and opportunities to learn about the local culture and history. Consequently, taking a bus tour in Italy is an ideal way to immerse oneself in the country’s rich culture and history.

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How To Choose The Right Bus Tour For You?

When choosing a bus tour in Italy, there are a few things to consider. First, decide what type of tour you are looking for. Are you interested in a food and wine tour, or do you want to learn about the history and culture of the country?

Plenty of tours are available, so don’t forget to choose one that aligns with your interests. Second, consider the size of the group. Smaller groups often provide a more intimate experience, while larger groups can be more economical.

Third, look at the itinerary to see what sights will be included on the tour. Remember that some tours only visit major cities, while others include stops at smaller towns and villages.

Finally, check reviews to understand what other travelers have thought about the tour. By taking all of these factors into account, you can be sure to choose a bus tour that is right for you.

Exploring Italy through a bus tour is an ideal way to immerse yourself in the culture and history of this beautiful country. With many exciting destinations, a guided or self-guided bus tour suits every traveler’s needs. From the bustling metropolis of Rome to the stunning Amalfi Coast, each location has its unique charm waiting to be explored. Besides, taking a bus tour can make your trip even more efficient, allowing easy access to attractions and points of interest at a discounted price.

Ultimately, no matter which tours you take, you can rest assured that you will experience an unforgettable journey filled with Italian art and culture, beautiful scenery, delicious cuisine, exquisite architecture, and warm hospitality. With so much to see and do, you may want to book an extended stay after your bus tour to extend your exploration and genuinely enjoy the best of Italy.

Consider taking one of the many bus tours when searching for a unique way to see Italy. These guided trips provide an overview of some of the country’s most famous attractions, and they’re perfect for visitors who want to see as much as possible in a short amount of time. Bus tours are available throughout Italy, so no matter where you’re based, there’s sure to be one that fits your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best way to see italy in 10 days.

If you’re eager to make the most of your trip to Italy in just ten days, spend two days in Rome, two days in Umbria and Perugia, and three days in Tuscany, followed by two days at Lake Como before flying home out of Milan. This will help you experience this beautiful country’s sights, history, and culture.

What is a bus tour guide?

A bus tour guide is an engaging professional who welcomes guests and provides insight into the sites they visit. They serve as a knowledgeable source of information, guiding groups through an enjoyable experience with interesting stories and facts about each destination.

Is there a hop-on, hop-off in Rome?

Yes, a hop ho,p off tour is available in Rome. With our hop-on, hop-off bus tours, you can explore all the fantastic city’s notable landmarks and create unforgettable memories. Discover the beauty of Rome with our hop-on, hop-off bus tours. Enjoy the convenience of hopping on and off at any stop.

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Venice's Grand Canal is lined with grand, ornately adorned buildings dating back to the 13th to 18th centuries.

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Roman Colosseum

Rome's architectural marvel allowed 50,000 spectators to view gladiatorial contests, wild animal hunts—including bears, elephants, and giraffes—and even "sea battles" on water channeled in via aqueducts.

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  • Sistine Chapel

A restoration of Michelangelo's richly painted ceiling frescoes in the late 20th century not only removed layers of dirt and grime—it also erased the fig leaves and loincloths that Pope Pius IV had added to the nude figures in the 1500s.

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Perched on a cliff of volcanic rock, overlooking the verdant valleys of Umbria, Orvieto is full of rich history, from its gorgeous stone buildings to the elaborate system of tunnels and wells built beneath the city by the ancient Etruscans.

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The volcanic ash that blanketed Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD preserved its contents so well that archaeologists found loaves of bread, walnuts, figs, and eggs among the ruins.

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The charming coastal city of Sorrento is built into the cliffs above its world-class beaches and crystalline seas.

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Duomo in Florence

It took two centuries to create the cathedral in Florence, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture and artistry. Step inside for a few minutes to enjoy the gorgeous frescoes inside the dome.

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Historic Bologna has become legendary for its cuisine, including the Bolognese sauce that bears its name.

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  • Trevi Fountain

It's tradition to throw coins over your left shoulder, using your right hand, when you visit the grand Trevi Fountain in Rome. Throwing just one ensures that you'll return to Rome someday, while tossing two more coins into the fountain means your wishes for love and marriage will come true.

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Italian Cuisine

Italy lays claim to one of the world's truly great national cuisines. Treat yourself!

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Amalfi Coast

Campania's seductive Mediterranean landscape overflows with delights for all the senses, from intoxicating blossoms to brilliant views and marvelous cuisine.

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Candy-colored boats and buildings line Marina Grande, beside the aquamarine sea on the Isle of Capri.

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From his David to the Sistine Chapel, viewing the great artist's works are an unforgettable art lover's dream.

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Try the world's most famous pie in the country that invented it, and the mozzarella that is its signature topping.

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Ponte Vecchio, Florence

You can shop for souvenirs right along this medieval span, where jewelers and art dealers keep shop right over the Arno River.

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Walk in the footsteps of Julius Caesar in these remarkably well-preserved ancient ruins, once the very heart of Rome.

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One of the world's truly unique and unforgettable cities, Venice offers its romantic canals, gorgeous churches, and delicious food.

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The heart of the Roman Catholic Church is the home St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the residence of the pope.


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The Best Coach Bus Tours in Italy


Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure to Italy, but are not sure how to start planning? Don't worry, because we have analyzed an extensive selection of multi-day coach bus tours based on key criteria such as price, destinations, guest ratings, service, travel style, quality, and activities. Great for museums & attractions, food, nightlife, and beaches, Italy is a terrific destination. So, get ready to immerse yourself in a rich tapestry of culture, history, activities, excitement, food, and breathtaking landscapes. Below are the best options in Italy, so let's get to it!

It's hard to find another country as proud of its heritage, culture, and history. In Italy, all of these are mixed together as the historical architecture and cuisine are constant reminders of the rich history and artistic contributions throughout the centuries. From the ancient Roman civilization up to the Renaissance to modern times, it's all on display here in the cities and the countryside.

  • Sicilian Escape (6 destinations) 7 Days, $1339.00
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  • $291 average price per day (USD)
  • 4 to 22 days in length
  • 4.66 of 5 average rating
  • 41 people or less on average

Curious about the diverse range of coach bus tours? Prepare to be amazed by the array of options available to suit every traveler's preferences. It comes as no surprise that visitors adore these tours, given their exceptional average guest rating of 4.66 out of 5 stars. When it comes to group sizes, the average maximum capacity stands at 41 people, allowing for a comfortable and sociable experience. The shortest tour is 4 days, while the longest is 22 days. As for physical activity options, the tours are thoughtfully categorized as easy and moderate, with the most being easy. With a comprehensive analysis encompassing 76 coach bus tours, you can rest assured that Italy has something tailored to your interests and preferences, promising an unforgettable experience for all.

(All tour prices are in US Dollars before taxes, and come from a base price that is reported by TourRadar. Peak season prices can vary significantly, particularly in destinations where seasonal travel fluctuates dramatically.)

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The 10 Best Coach Bus Tours in Italy

Sicilian escape (6 destinations).

  • Great Value: the daily price is lower than average for coach bus tours.
  • High Quality: guest ratings are higher than average.

This exceptional trip offering by Globus has received a 5 out of 5 rating. On this 7-day tour you can unwind while also making new memories. Along the way, this journey encompasses 6 destinations, including Piazza Armerina, Syracuse, Catania, and Agrigento. Palermo will mark the start of your journey, while Taormina will serve as its final destination. With a group size of 46 people, it's suitable for travelers from 5 to 80 years old. This extraordinary adventure also revolves around local culture and family-friendly activities. This remarkable trip is priced at an unbeatable $191 per day.

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Italian Escape (5 destinations)

Check out this tour that has received rave reviews, earning a stellar 5 out of 5 rating. This itinerary covers 5 captivating destinations, with stops in Assisi, Florence, and Pisa, among others. Rome marks the starting point, while Venice stands as the final stop on your incredible journey. This terrific trip also highights local culture and family-friendly activities. Spanning across 7 unforgettable days, this voyage offers an intimate group experience with 46 participants, and it's great for travelers from 8 to 80 years old. Brought to you by the renowned Globus , this exceptional opportunity is priced at an incredible $257 per day - an unbeatable value.

Italian Trio

This 8-day tour is ideal for travelers from 8 to 85 years old. And priced at only $249 per day, it's a great value, too. You're in for an epic adventure with a strong emphasis on local culture and family-friendly activities. Beginning in beautiful Venice, you'll have a terrific journey that ends in Rome. It's offered by Kompas , a very popular company with rave reviews and knowledgeable guides.

The Best of Rome

Priced at just $112 per day, this terrific 4-day tour, visiting Italy and Vatican City (Holy See), is ideal for travelers from 18 to 39 years old. Rome will be the beginning and end of your trip. Organized by the reputable Italy on a Budget Tours , this is one of the best tours on this list.

Southern Italy Escape (6 destinations)

Check out this incredible journey that has received a 5 out of 5 rating from previous guests. With an emphasis on local culture and family-friendly activities, you know you'll have an amazing adventure. With a duration of 9 days, this journey ensures an intimate group size of 46 people, and is good for travelers from 8 to 80 years old. Traverse through 6 enchanting destinations, with Bari, Lecce, Matera, and Trani among the must-see stops along the route. Sorrento marks the starting point, while Naples stands as the final stop on your incredible journey. This fantastic option, organized by Globus , presents an unbeatable value at just $200 per day.

Spiritual Highlights of Italy - Faith-Based Travel

Spanning over 9 days, this journey has a maximum size of 50 individuals. Welcoming travelers from 5 and up, it is organized by Cosmos , a very popular company with plenty of great reviews. This trip visits 4 destinations, including Florence and Siena along the way. You'll start and end your journey in beautiful Rome. And since the priority is on local culture and family-friendly activities, this tour is a great choice. Available at an unbeatable price of only $200 per day, this option also has a rating of 5 out of 5 stars from previous guests.

Italy Explorer - 17 Days

Here's your chance to take off on an exceptional coach bus tour that has garnered a 4.1 out of 5 rating. With a duration of 17 days, this jouney will have 51 participants, and it warmly welcomes travelers from 10 to 90 years old. Rest assured, this trip is all about local culture and family-friendly activities, guaranteeing an unforgettable adventure. Expertly organized by Expat Explore Travel , this amazing trip is an incredible value at just $166 per day.

Sicilian Escape (5 destinations)

This memorable coach bus tour is offered by Globus which has received plenty of positive reviews. The trip itself has a guest rating of 5 out of 5 stars, and is priced affordably at $206 per day. Explore 5 incredible locations on this trip, including Agrigento, Piazza Armerina, and Syracuse. Palermo marks the starting point, while Taormina stands as the final stop on your incredible journey. This extraordinary adventure also revolves around local culture and family-friendly activities. The maximum group size is 46 people, welcoming travelers from 5 to 80 years old.

Swiss Escape (including Neuchatel)

Set off on an extraordinary journey, visiting Switzerland and Italy, that has been awarded a 5 out of 5 stars by previous guests. This terrific trip also highights local culture and family-friendly activities. With a duration of 8 days, this tour offers an intimate group setting, accommodating 46 individuals, while extending a warm welcome to travelers from 5 to 80 years old. Discover a journey that spans 6 destinations, with notable stops in Lake Geneva, Bern, Lucerne, and Neuchatel. Beginning in beautiful Zurich, you'll have a terrific journey that ends in Lugano. Brought to you by Globus , this exceptional deal is an incredible steal at a mere $207 per day.

Jewels of Italy (Winter, 7 Days)

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With this option you can experience an unparalleled coach bus tour for 7 unforgettable days, visiting Italy and Vatican City (Holy See). It ensures an intimate group setting with 45 participants at most. This trip takes you on an adventure to 7 destinations, including Florence, Verona, Venice, and Vatican City. Rome will mark the start of your journey, while Venice will serve as its final destination. Costsaver , the organizer of this journey, extends a warm invitation to guests travelers from 5 to 80 years old. You're in for an epic adventure with a strong emphasis on local culture and family-friendly activities. This extraordinary opportunity offers exceptional value at only $160 per day. Hurry and secure your spot while this incredible sale lasts!

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Also, if you're departing from a specific destination, see The Best 3-Day Tours from Rome , The Best 3-Day Tours from Florence , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Rome , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Venice , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Catania , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Naples , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Milan , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Florence , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Bari , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Palermo , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Pisa , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Bolzano , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Merano , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Olbia , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Cagliari , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Como , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Alberobello , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Bologna , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Montecatini , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Civitavecchia , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Siena , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Taormina , The Best One-Week (7-Day) Tours from Turin , The Best 10-Day Tours from Rome , The Best 10-Day Tours from Venice , The Best 10-Day Tours from Palermo , The Best 10-Day Tours from Milan , The Best 10-Day Tours from Catania , The Best 10-Day Tours from Naples , The Best 2-Week Tours from Rome , The Best 2-Week Tours from Venice , The Best 2-Week Tours from Palermo , or The Best 2-Week Tours from Milan for more package tour options.

How much do Coach Bus Tours in Italy cost?

After analyzing 76 coach bus tours in Italy, we found the average price to be a remarkably economical $291 per day. Naturally, this region has many fantastic options for coach bus tours with a variety of prices. The individual costs will vary by the destinations, travel style, available dates, and other factors. If you're interested in more information about tours here, see our guide to tour prices in Italy .

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Unlock the best of Italy with priority access to the Vatican, dining amidst Tuscan vineyards and olive groves and admiring must-sees including Pisa’s Leaning Tower. You’ll even discover the local secrets of Venetian glassblowing.   

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Explore Rome and Florence with a Local Specialist

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Visit St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel in Rome, the Vatican Museums and a glassblowing factory in Venice

View the ancient sites of Rome, the Byzantine St. Mark's Basilica in Venice, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Santa Croce Basilica and the Duomo in Florence

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Why italy is the perfect solo trip destination.

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A solo trip to Italy is always a good idea

If you’re planning a solo trip, look no further than Italy for your next independent getaway.

Best Areas For Solo Travel In Italy

From the winding vineyards of Tuscany to the ancient ruins of Rome to the peaks of the Italian alps to the medieval seaside towns in Apulia, Italy has endless history, culture, art, and of course, food and beverage to appease any visitor. Italy is also home to several international airports — in Milan, Florence, Rome, Bologna, Naples and beyond — so visiting from the U.S. can be a simple direct flgiht. Whether you’re a first-time solo traveler or about to embark on yet another journey with your favorite travel companion, you, make Italy your next solo travel spot.

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Why is Italy good for solo travel? A fantastic public transportation system, a culture that prides itself on hospitality (and plentiful pasta), a safe environment and so much more make Italy ideal for travelers on their own.

How To Meet Other Solo Travelers In Italy

And with Italy being a prime destination for solo travelers, there’s ample opportunity for independent travelers to meet each other. Sites across Italy, including the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Colosseum, Pompeii, Vatican City, Cinque Terre and far beyond have ample and low-cost group tours and day trips for solo travelers to meet each other and explore Italy’s riches.

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Italy is split into 20 regions, most of which are easily accessible by Eurail. An Italy Pass can also help solo travelers explore various regions by train on a multi-day or multi-week fare.

Solo travelers may be happiest in Italy’s big cities, which are also the most popular with tourists: Rome, Milan, Florence, Venice or Bologna. Those who prefer the seaside can opt for the Amalfi Coast to the West or the Puglian region on the East Coast.

Though only about a third of Italians speak and understand English, it’s fairly simple to travel through Italy without learning Italian. Many in the hospitality industry can communicate in English, and Spanish is also a common language for many travelers.

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Safety Concerns Traveling Solo In Italy

Like anywhere, Italy has its better and worse neighborhoods for crime. Overall, Italy has a much lower crime rate than the United States, where there are typically five times more reported crimes. For tourists, the biggest risk of traveling solo in Italy may be pickpocketing or petty theft. Protect your valuables in the hotel safe and wear a money belt when traveling to keep credit cards and personal items close. Electronics, like smartphones, should also be protected at all times.

Tips For Traveling Solo In Italy

Before setting off to Italy alone, a few tips: Alert your credit card company of international travel (many businesses in Italy don’t take AmEx, so be sure to have alternate options), share your itinerary with a trusted person back home, and download Google GOOG maps offline so you can navigate in a pinch. Pack a few essentials: A working smartphone and external battery, a European adapter plug, cash (or go to an ATM at the airport in Italy after landing), a card with emergency contact and health information (plus any necessary medication), and a refillable water bottle.

The best part of traveling solo to Italy? All the gelato, pizza and pasta you can eat, and no need to share.

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17 Best Moscow Tours

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Are you planning a visit to the capital of Russia and looking for the best Moscow tours? From Red Square to the Kremlin and from world-class art to fairytale buildings, Moscow is an enchanting city that offers plenty of excitement and elegance. Its history dates back more than 800 years, and there is culture in abundance for visitors to immerse themselves in.

Make the most of your visit with 17 of the best Moscow tours that let you see everything the city and its surroundings have to offer.

1 – Guided Tour of the Moscow Metro

Guided Tour of the Moscow Metro

Moscow’s metro is world-famous, thanks to the architectural delights on offer underground stations around the capital. This guided tour of the Moscow stations, otherwise known as “the palace of the people” lasts for 1.5 hours and includes an English-speaking guide who will tell you how the Russian metro became one of the most beautiful in the world. Highlights include Mayakovskaya station with its aviation-themed mosaics.

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2 – Cosmonautics Museum Space Tour

Cosmonautics Museum Space Tour

Discover Cosmonautics Museum with this space tour. Dive into one of the greatest battles between the Soviet Union and the United States – the space race. Hear about the space programs of the USSR and learn about how the USSR shaped space travel and technology.

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3 – Guided Tour of the Kremlin

Guided Tour of the Kremlin

A Kremlin is actually a citadel in Russian towns, and Moscow’s version is, without doubt, the most famous. The Kremlin is the heartbeat of the city, and this guided tour takes you to the most important points of interest. See Cathedral Square with its orthodox temples; Tzar Cannon with its 890mm calibre, which is the largest in the world; and the exterior of the all-important government buildings that are located within the Kremlin’s walls.

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4 – Moscow City Walking Tour

Moscow City Walking Tour

One of the best Moscow tours for seeing everything the city has to offer, this small-group walking tour lasts for 2 hours and includes an expert guide. Make the most of the capital and see the cobbled spaces of Red Square, take pictures of St Basil’s Cathedral, visit the elegant Bolshoi Theatre, and enjoy the ornamental Alexandrovsky Garden.

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5 – Night Tour of Moscow

Night Tour of Moscow

When the sun sets, the fun begins – and it all starts with a night tour of Russia’s most famous city. The beauty of Moscow comes into full effect after hours, as iconic buildings like St Basil’s Cathedral illuminate against the night sky. Other locations on this tour include the Moscow River and the Ukraine Hotel, which is a landmark skyscraper that was constructed during the era of Stalin.

6 – Sergiev Posad Day Trip

Sergiev Posad Day Trip

One of the best Moscow tours that take you outside of the city, the Sergiev Posad day trip provides the opportunity to see The Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is the spiritual centre of the Russian Orthodox Church. It’s made up of a number of different buildings that include the blue domes of the Cathedral of the Assumption, Church of St. Sergius and the Bell Tower.

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7 – City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise

City Sightseeing Moscow Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Cruise

If your time in Moscow is limited, this hop-on, hop-off bus tour is ideal – and it even features an optional cruise on the river. Choose between a 2 and 3-day ticket and see famous landmarks like Red Square, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre from an open-top panoramic bus with informative audio commentary. Take your experience to the next level by upgrading to a boat tour.

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8 – Guided Tour of the Tretyakov Gallery

Guided Tour of the Tretyakov Gallery

As one of the world’s most important galleries, the Tretyakov Gallery is a must-see for any art lovers and is one of the best Moscow tours for culture vultures. Learn about the masterworks of Pablo Tretyakov with a guided tour and discover the secrets behind the paintings. Other noticeable artists on view include Fedotov, Vasnetsov, Rokotov and Kiprenski, who is the author of the famous “Portrait of Alexander Pushkin”.

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9 – Alternative Moscow: 2-Hour Walking Tour

Alternative Moscow: 2-Hour Walking Tour

See a different side of Moscow with this 2-hour alternative tour. An expert guide will take you around quirky streets, suburbs and squares while as your veer away from the traditional tourist hotspots. Highlights include a ride on the famous “Annushka” tram and a visit to the neighbourhood of Khitrovka, which was once known as the criminal district of the city.

10 – St.Basil’s Cathedral and Red Square: Private Tour and Ticket

St.Basil's Cathedral and Red Square: Private Tour and Ticket

Combine two of Moscow’s biggest attractions with a visit to Red Square and St.Basil’s Cathedral. Admire the beautiful architecture of St.Basil’s Cathedral from inside and out, before wandering Red Square and learn about the soldiers, farmers and revolutionaries that all called this famous square their home. Round things off with the changing of the guard at Alexander Garden.

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11 – Bunker-42 Cold War Museum Guided Tour

Bunker-42 Cold War Museum Guided Tour

Moscow is notorious for the Cold War, which lasted for about 45 years between 1945 and 1990. Head to the world-famous Bunker-42, located 65 meters below ground level, and learn about the storied past. Visit rooms and passages that were set up to shelter 3,000 people in case of nuclear attack and discover other sections, such as the equipment room and the war-proof telecommunications system.

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12 – Architecture Tour of Moscow’s Metro and Kolomenskoye Estate

Architecture Tour of Moscow's Metro and Kolomenskoye Estate

Combine the beauty of the metro stations with the Kolomenskoye Estate and see some of Moscow’s grandest sights. After visiting the elegant metro stations, it’s time to go to the Kolomenskoye Estate, which is filled with UNESCO-listed sites that are dedicated to Tsar Peter the Great.

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13 – Tour of Soviet Moscow

Tour of Soviet Moscow

Unpick the history of the USSR with one of the best Moscow tours for discovering Soviet Moscow. Starting at Monument to the Conquerors of Space, a tribute to the success of the Soviet space programme, the tour includes historical landmarks and interesting tidbits about Soviet Russia. There is also a visit to the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VDNKh), a site that was constructed under the aegis of the USSR in tribute to state achievements.

14 – Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

Moscow: 2.5-Hour Luxury River Cruise with Dining Option

Sail down the Moscow River on this 2.5 hour tour that provides a different perspective of the city and includes landmark sights. The boat features two decks and has panoramic views as well as free Wi-Fi access. Attractions along the route include Ukraine hotel, Sparrow Hills, Christ the Saviour Cathedral, Crimean Bridge, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Zaryadye Park and more.

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15 – Izmailovo Market and Vodka Museum Tour

Izmailovo Market and Vodka Museum Tour

Visit the museum of Vodka and gain insight into one of Russia’s most famous exports and head to the Izmailovo antique and handicraft market to find a gem or two. The tour starts with Izmailovo market, which features the iconic matryoshka dolls, fur hats and amber jewellery. Next up is a trip to the Museum of Vodka, where you will discover a distillery that dates back to the 15th century.

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16 – Súzdal and Vladímir Day Tour

Súzdal and Vladímir Day Tour

Discover Russia’s famous “Golden Ring” on this tour of two medieval cities outside of Moscow. The historic city of Vladimir is first up with its Golden Gate, which is an ancient city-fortress that dates back to the 13th century. Next up is the neighbouring town of Suzdal, which features historic architecture and the Kremlin, where you can see its striking white walls topped with blue domes.

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17- Moscow Food Tasting & Walking Tour

Moscow Food Tasting & Walking Tour

Sample the unique flavours of Moscow with this food tour that lasts for 3 hours and features more than 15 different food and drink tastings. Weave in and out of small alleys in the city centre while enjoying the best food spots in town. See Moscow like a local while trying classic dishes from local breakfast haunts, bustling markets, the oldest monastery in Moscow, and dumpling cafes where you can taste authentic dumplings and enjoy local coffee.

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Moscow: City Sightseeing by Car/Bus

Visiting a new city is akin to going on a first date, it is something you will never forget. Many people imagine Moscow as just a bunch of sporadic landmarks: Red Square, the Kremlin, Lenin’s Mausoleum and GUM. There is so much more to this wonderful city than that and even though we only have a few hours, we will do all we can to show you everything we know and love about our capital in one fell swoop. We will take you on a journey through the ages, from centuries ago, right up to the modern day, soaking in the sights of this vast and bustling metropolis. Bright, luxurious and both ancient and modern at the same time, Moscow invites you on a date you’ll never forget!

On our sightseeing bus tour of the city, you will see:

  • The wonderfully historic city centre and its unique museums, magnificent cathedrals, the exquisite Chambers of the Romanov Boyars and of course, the famous towering red brick walls of the Kremlin, The charming beauty of the Alexander Garden awaits the capital's guests - a lush green oasis in the midst of the glass and concrete clad metropolis, basking in the etherial aura emanating from the whitewashed stone walls of the restored Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the world- renowned fairytale onion domes of St. Basil's Cathedral and other impressive monumental buildings such as the library built in Lenin's honour - the Russian State Library - and the State Duma.
  • The Lubyanka KGB headquarters is notorious to members of older generations and although nowadays, the face of the secret police has changed dramatically, the looming enigmatic building on the waterfront maintains its aura of mystery, shrouded in a variety of murky rumours and dark myths. Then, there’s another of Moscow's main attractions - the marvellous Bolshoi Theatre, yew simply cant leave Moscow without taking in its breathtaking architecture. Engrained in the fabric of Russia's cultural heritage, virtuoso performers such as prima ballerina Galina Ulanova, opera singer Feodor Chaliapin and pianist, composer and conductor Sergei Rachmaninoff once stood centre stage of this vaunted institution.
  • The memorial complex on Poklonnaya Hill was constructed in the glory and honour of our heroes who defended our nation in the many crucial battles of the Great Patriotic War (WWII). This is a place that embodies a particularly acute and inextricable link between older ancf younger generations. Moving on to the Moscow International Business Centre, not dubbed ‘Moscow City' for nothing, a true glimpse of the future in the present. This incredible, rather jaw-dropping project in the capital has shown that Moscow has come to accept the age of the skyscraper. Finally, the stunning views from the observation deck at Sparrow Hills will leave professional and amateur photographers alike itching to capture them. How could one resist?

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