From S$3,950 per person
– Land package.
– Typically 4-star accommodation in the city.
– 3-star/4-star accommodation in the Dolomites. 
– Meals as stated on itinerary.
– Includes transfers, travel passes & train tickets (if indicated).
– Includes entrance fees & tours (if indicated).
– Excludes bus fare (if any), and optional activities.

Day 01 – Milan Airport to Val Gardena
Day 02 – Val Gardena
Day 03 – Val Gardena
Day 04 – Val Gardena
Day 05 – Val Gardena to Verona
Day 06 – Verona: Lake Garda
Day 07 – Verona to Florence
Day 08 – Florence
Day 09 – Florence: Cinque Terre
Day 10 – Florence to Milan
Day 11 – Milan
Day 12 – Milan to Milan Airport
12D11N Italy Dolomites Verona Florence & Milan


Upon arrival at Milan Airport, transfer to Val Gardena, an alpine valley sitting at an elevation of between 1,200m and 1,500m right in the heart of the Italian Alps, better known as the Dolomites. Regarded by many as being the most beautiful mountain landscapes in the world, the Dolomites is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Adjacent to Val Gardena is Alpe di Siusi, Europe’s largest alpine plateau the size of 8,000 football fields. The beauty of Alpe di Siusi is legendary – in summer, it is a hiker’s paradise, and in winter, a skier’s paradise.  Along Val Gardena are the 3 charming alpine towns of Ortisei, Santa Cristina and Selva.  You can enjoy the mountains and alpine meadows of the Dolomites via the numerous lift facilities all over Val Gardena.

Day 02 – VAL GARDENA  [B]

In the morning, go on a guided tour of Val Gardena and beyond to explore the vastness and breathtaking scenery of the Dolomites.  In the afternoon (outside of the skiing season), enjoy Alpe di Siusi on one of its numerous undemanding hiking trails. In the evening, enjoy the town of Ortisei.

Day 03 – VAL GARDENA  [B]

Spend the morning at Selva which is located at the foot of the gigantic Sellaronda mountain range. In winter, Selva is particularly popular with skiers loving its ski-in ski-out convenience.  Enjoy this uniquely beautiful alpine town and the lifts around it which afford panoramic views of the majestic Dolomites.  In the afternoon, head to quaint and charming Santa Cristina which is located at the foot of Sassolungo (3,181m), one of the most iconic mountains in the Dolomites. The lifts at Santa Cristina afford full frontal views of Sassolungo.

Day 04 – VAL GARDENA  [B]

In the morning, from Ortisei, take a ride up to Seceda for its highly spectacular views and also to enjoy the Puez Odle National Park, a popular venue for paragliders. In the afternoon, you can head to Alpe di Siusi again for a relaxing stroll or shop in Ortisei.


Depart Val Gardena and head to Verona.  During the era of the early Roman Empire, Verona was one of its most important cities and was in fact often referred to as “Little Rome”.  Thanks to its history and numerous well-preserved Romanesque monuments, Verona is a UNESCO World Heritage Site whose main attractions include: (1) one of Italy’s largest and best preserved Roman amphitheatres; (2) an impressive fortress whose castle interior was beautifully restored and transformed into an exhibition space showcasing priceless collections of fine art; (3) a basilica that is considered one of the finest Romanesque building in Northern Italy; (4) beautiful piazzas (city squares) and more.


Go on a guided tour of Lake Garda, the largest lake in Italy stretching southwards from the foothills of the Italian Alps in the north.  On its shores are beautiful towns, historical sites including castles and Roman ruins, vineyards and beaches.


Depart Verona on one of Italy’s high speed trains and head to Florence, the capital city of Tuscany that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and often regarded as the most beautiful city in Italy.  One of Florence’s most iconic sights is the DuomoSanta Maria del Fiore Cathedral, a cathedral with a terracotta-tiled dome and a bell tower (“Campanile“) by Giotto.  The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is one of the world’s top art museums exhibiting art by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli and many other celebrated artists.

Day 08 – FLORENCE  [B]

Go on a guided tour of Florence city centre to appreciate some of its most iconic attractions (entry excluded).  After the tour, continue to enjoy Florence at your own pace.


Go on a tour of Cinque Terre (“five lands”) – 5 uniquely and ingeniously constructed fishing villages that line the Italian Riviera.  Located at one of the most isolated and ruggedly beautiful stretch of the Italian coastline, Cinque Terre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.  The 5 towns from north to south are: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore.  These tiny villages are perched on jagged cliffs with sweeping views of the sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, defying not just gravity but time!

Day 10 – FLORENCE – MILAN  [B]

Depart Florence and head to Milan, Italy’s capital of fashion and finance and a bustling metropolitan city with a rich history of art and culture.  At your own pace, enjoy the numerous iconic attractions of Milan.

Day 11 – MILAN  [B]

Go on a guided tour of the stunning Milan Cathedral – the Duomo of Milan – and its terraces.  Standing proud in the main city square, this highly impressive cathedral with 5 naves is in fact the largest Gothic cathedral in the world.  The rooftop terraces of the cathedral offer stunning views of the city.  Explore the archaeological area beneath the Duomo where among others the ruins of the 4th century Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti (a baptismal font for full immersion) were found.  Thereafter, you may wish to visit the Duomo Museum and San Gottardo Church in Corte which houses a 14th century fresco by Giotto of the crucifixion.


Free time until your transfer to Milan Airport for your departure flight. 


Whether you prefer the above itinerary “as-is” or have it customised, if you will indicate the start/end dates of your intended travel and provide your contact details, we will get in touch with you to discuss the itinerary on a no-obligations basis on your part.

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