Italy Tours

Browse the incredible range of Italy tours and activities available here at TourOpp. Italy’s climate, cuisine, art, its ancient Roman heritage, and the beauty of its cities, all make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. One of the best things about visiting Italy is the sheer variety of tours and packages available in its different cities. Check out our Florence tours to see the range of activities both in the city and in the surrounding region of Tuscany. Or perhaps Venice is more your style? Our range of Venice tours offers walking tours of St Mark’s Basilica and boat tours of the Grand Canal. If you’re planning a trip to Italy, our range of Italy tours has something for everyone. 

Best Cities To Visit In Italy

Main Things You Need To Know


It is said that, Italy has more masterpieces per square mile than any other country in the world.

Mountain Zone

Almost 4/5 of Italy is either mountains or hills.


The author of Pinocchio, Carlo Collodi, was Italian.

Turist Power

Around 53 million people visit Italy a year.

Best Things To Do In Italy

Main Things You Need To Know About Italy

Italy is among the 19 countries of the world that use the Euro as its official currency. One Euro is equivalent to 1.18 US dollars.
With about 93% of Italy’s population speaking Italian, Italian is the country’s official language. However, the minor languages in Italy include Greek, English, German, French, Albanian, and Croatian. A good number of Italians also understand and know how to speak basic English words, but you may still employ the helpful service of a tour guide to assist you with communicating.

Visa Information
Italy’s visa application does not involve demanding processes. Once you’ve gotten your documents and papers ready, entry into Italy won’t be a problem. Nationals of Canada, Australia, the USA, and EU countries do not need a visa to gain entry into Italy. 
The following are required to complete your entry procedures:
1. A dully filled and signed visa application form.
2. A valid passport that will remain valid for at least six months after your departure into the country.
3. Two recent passport-sized photographs.
4. Return tickets.
5. Medical report indicating good health conditions.
6. Bank statements showing that you have sufficient funds to sponsor and cover all expenses that will be incurred during the visit.
7. A colour copy of the passport page that contains the bio-data of the holder.
8. The visa fee is £60.

Getting There
The best mode of entry into Italy is by flight.
Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is Italy’s busiest and most preferred international airports for tourists as it welcomes tourists right into the centre of Italy’s capital. Milan’s Milan Malpensa is Italy’s second busiest. There are over 25 functioning international airports littered evenly across all the Italian cities, making entry by flight the most convenient, preferred, and easiest mode of entry.

Although the journey can be drearily long, lasting over 20 hours, there is an option of entering Italy by land. Stops are made along the way for short picks and refreshments. Italy shares its border with Austria, France, Slovenia, and Switzerland. Most preferred crossing routes into Italy are from Nice to Ventimiglia and Chamonix to Courmayeur for crossing through France. From Austria, it’s either through Innsbruck to Bolzano or from Villach to Tarvisio. From Switzerland, it’s best from Lugano to Como. For Slovenia, tourists cross from Se?ana to Trieste. 
Still by land, there are railways that connect Italy to its neighbours. This is a more convenient means of travel for Italy’s northern neighbours. 
Luckily, Italy is one of the few tourist countries where the sea, air, and land connect tourists to their dream destinations. There are so many international ferry companies operating in the country. Crossing by sea is best in summer, and this is the period the crowd is at its peak, and so are the prices.
You can get around Italy in automobiles, trains, and buses as you tour the marvels of the country at your pace.
Italy 90 DAYS
Peak Travel Periods
A Schengen visa is valid for 90 days within half a year. The truth is simple- Italy is an excellent tourist centre all year round! Every season, every month, and every day presents opportunities to experience fun and adventure in a whole new dimension. December to March brings winter snows and swings the door opened for skiing and other icy games and sports. The number of tourists within this period is reduced and so is the travel cost. Blooming flowers usher in summer tourists in the spring of April to May. The festivals are just in every corner in June through to August and as the festivals increase so do the number of tourists. The sun shines at its brightest between the months of September and November, inviting a lesser crowd into Italy. Italy experiences its peak travel period from June to August. There is usually no price hike during this period, but the crowd is always much.

Travelling In Italy

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