From S$3,690 per person
– Land package only.
– Typically 3-star accommodation.
– Meals as stated on itinerary.
– Includes travel passes & train tickets (if indicated).
– Includes entrance fees & tours (if indicated).
– Excludes optional activities.

Day 01 – Rome Airport to Rome
Day 02 – Rome: Vatican City
Day 03 – Rome
Day 04 – Rome to Florence
Day 05 – Florence: Pisa / San Gimignano / Siena
Day 06 – Florence: Cinque Terre
Day 07 – Florence
Day 08 – Florence to Venice
Day 09 – Venice
Day 10 – Venice to Cortina
Day 11 – Cortina
Day 12 – Cortina
Day 13 – Cortina to Innsbruck
Day 14 – Innsbruck
Day 15 – Innsbruck to Mittenwald
Day 16 – Mittenwald
Day 17 – Mittenwald to Munich
Day 18 – Munich: Neuschwanstein Castle
Day 19 – Munich
Day 20 – Munich
Day 21 – Munich to Munich Airport


21D20N Italy Austria and Germany


On arrival at Rome Fiumicino International Airport, your driver will meet you at the arrival hall and drive you to your hotel in Rome, the capital of Italy.


Birthplace of the Roman Empire and home to Vatican City, Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  Steeped in history with rich offerings of historical monuments, Roman architecture and works of art, Rome also has lots to offer in terms of food and fashion.  No visit to Rome would be complete without visiting Vatican City, an independent city-state and HQ of the Roman Catholic Church.  Within Vatican City is one of the world’s greatest museum complexes with a huge collection of highly-acclaimed Renaissance art.  Not to be missed would be Raphael’s Rooms and the Sistine Chapel – home to Michelangelo’s “The Last Judgement” fresco.  Enjoy Vatican City (admission ticket included) at your own pace or join an optional guided tour.


Spend your morning on a guided tour of Rome’s “Centro Storico“, its historical centre and an UNESCO World Heritage Site.  By coach and on foot, visit iconic sites like the Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Colosseum and Forum.  Spend the rest of the day soaking in the charm and ambience of Rome with its ubiquitous Baroque churches, fountains and palazzos.  And, don’t forget to eat a gelato .. or two!

Day 04 – ROME – FLORENCE   [B]

Train from Rome on one of Italy’s high speed trains to Florence, the capital city of Tuscany and often regarded as the most beautiful city in Italy.  In fact, the beauty of Florence places it among the most beautiful cities in the world.  Its rich heritage is attested to by its accreditation as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Upon arrival, enjoy Florence at your own pace.  One of Florence’s most iconic sights is the Duomo – Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, a cathedral with a terracotta-tiled dome and a bell tower (“Campanile”) by Giotto.  The Galleria dell’Accademia houses Michelangelo’s “David” sculpture.  The Uffizi Gallery is one of the world’s top art museums exhibiting art by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli and many other celebrated artists.


Spend the day enjoying Tuscany’s beautiful sights, famous cities, medieval villages, and its wines and local produce as you visit historic Pisa, San Gimignano and Siena.  San Gimignano and Siena will certainly leave you with lasting memories of Tuscany.


Cinque Terre (“five lands”) consists of 5 uniquely and ingeniously constructed picturesque fishing villages that line the Italian Riviera.  Located at one of the most isolated and ruggedly beautiful stretch of the Italian coastline, it was declared an 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 07 – FLORENCE  [B]

Continue with your exploration of Florence at your own pace.  In addition to sites mentioned earlier, other attractions include Santa Croce, San Marco, Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) and Piazzale Michelangelo. 

Day 08 – FLORENCE – VENICE   [B]

Train from Florence to Venice on one of Italy’s high speed trains.  An UNESCO World Heritage Site, Venice is a city unlike any other – it is built on 118 small islands that are separated by canals and linked by bridges.  Tops attractions include:  Grand Canal, St Mark’s Square, Doge’s Palace and Bridge Of Sighs.  Enjoy Venice at your own pace.

Day 09 – VENICE  [B]

Continue with your exploration of Venice.  You will certainly not be bored!

Day 10 – VENICE – CORTINA   [B]

Head to Cortina d’Ampezzo (Cortina).  An alpine town, Cortina ranks among the top destinations in Europe for hikers in summer and skiers in winter.  The awesome beauty of the very unique Dolomites draws visitors from all over the world and it is no wonder therefore that it has been accorded UNESCO World Heritage Site status.  Cable cars (additional expense) at and around Cortina will bring you to elevations and mountain summits that will afford you breathtaking and top-of-the-world views of the Dolomites.

Day 11 – CORTINA  [B]

Enjoy the Dolomites at your own pace.  Take in the stunning view of the Cinque Torri (5 Torri), visit the extensive Open Air Museums of the First World War up on the mountain tops and ride the cable cars up to the Forcella Staunies at 2,932m.  A short ride away from Cortina are the picturesque Lake Misurina and the iconic Tre Cime (3 Peaks) of the Dolomites.

Day 12 – CORTINA  [B]

Continue to enjoy the endless mountain views and walking trails of the amazing Dolomites region.


Choose Time permitting, enjoy further rides on the numerous cable cars at and around Cortina before making your way to Innsbruck, an alpine town in Austria. 

Day 14 – INNSBRUCK  [B]

At your own pace, enjoy Innsbruck and see its medieval Old Town with its narrow, twisting streets and tall houses in Late Gothic style.  From numerous points within the city, you will be able to see the beautiful ring of mountains surrounding Innsbruck – to the north are the jagged peaks of the Nordkette (the Karwendel mountain range); to the south, the 2,403m Saile and the Serles Group; and to the southeast, the 2,247m Patscherkofel.  The sports facilities built for the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympic Games still draw crowds of skiers and tourists alike year after year.


Train from Innsbruck to Mittenwald, an alpine town in the Bavarian Alps of Germany.  Upper Bavaria offers access to some of Germany’s most beautiful sceneries including spectacular mountain ranges and rolling hills.  In Bavaria, many centuries-old and well-preserved buildings attest to its history and rich heritage.  One such quaint and absolutely charming town is Mittenwald.  Apart from being renowned for being the birthplace of the violin-making industry, Mittenwald is also well known for its beautiful old houses with delightfully painted frescoed walls.  The violin-making heritage can still be seen in the numerous workshops all over Mittenwald.  At your own pace, enjoy Mittenwald.

Day 16 – MITTENWALD  [B]

Spend the day enjoying Mittenwald and if you wish, ascend the Karwendel Range on the Karwendelbahn and soak in the breathtaking views at the top.


Train from Mittenwald to Munich – the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria and home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. Munich is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589.  In the Altstadt (Old Town) is Marienplatz, a central square with landmarks such as the neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall).  At the Rathaus is the Rathaus Glockenspiel, reputed to be the most extravagant clock in the world – and quite justifiably so! Here’s why – the Glockenspiel features a clock face, 43 bells and more than 30 full-sized mechanical figures; the figures act out scenes lasting about 15 minutes from German history and mythology on several tiers below the clock face; built in the early 20th century, the Glockenspiel’s main purpose has been more about entertaining people than to tell time!  No wonder therefore its well-earned reputation!  The “show” starts at 11am and 12pm every day, with additional show at 5pm between March and October.


Take a day-trip to Fussen to visit Neuschwanstein Castle (remember Sleeping Beauty?), the fairytale castle of “Mad” King Ludwig.  Fussen is at the southern end of the Romantic Road – Germany’s best known and most popular holiday route (stretching from Fussen in the south to Wurzburg in the north).  You can either join an optional 30-minute guided tour within the castle or enjoy the splendid views around this alluring castle at your own pace.  Within walking distance is the Marienbrucke (Marien Bridge) from which you can view Neuschwanstein Castle from a vantage point second to none.

Day 19 – MUNICH  [B]

Enjoy today and the next day in Munich at your own pace.  Beyond sights and shopping opportunities, do find some time to enjoy the gourmet F&B that Munich has to offer.  Head to Hofbräuhaus – a quintessential Bavarian beer hall – when you are hungry and thirsty – the ambience, the atmosphere and most importantly the food and beers served by Hofbräuhaus will almost certainly be a delightful gastronomic experience.

Day 20 – MUNICH   [B]

Continue to enjoy Munich at your own pace.


Transfer by private vehicle from your hotel to Munich Franz Josef Strauss International Airport for your flight home.


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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