Most international flights to Milan land at Malpensa (MXP) airport.
Italy’s capital of chic boasts resident designers Prada, Dolce&Gabbana and Armani making it a nirvana for any fashion follower. If you're not interested in indulging in the couture, Milan is certainly full of sightseeing experiences- from Da Vinci’s last supper to the Castello Sforzesco art gallery. After a long day of sightseeing (or shopping) be sure to indulge in an espresso on the Piazza Duomo and watch Milan's nightlife come alive.
Trains depart from Milano Centrale train station and arrive at Venice's Santa Lucia train station. Buses usually depart from Milan Lampugnano bus station and arrive at Venice Tronchetto bus station.
Milan to Venice
A charming old labyrinth with singing gondoliers and sizzling seafood, Venice appeals to all senses and satisfies the imagination. Venice's is renowned for its beautiful architecture and artwork- from world-famous Venetian masks. silks, and stained glass. Venice perspires romantic allure, but it is not restricted to lovers as the city offers a unique beauty that can be enjoyed by all.
Trains depart from Venice Santa Lucia train station and arrive at Florence's Santa Maria Novella train station. Buses depart from Venice Tronchetto bus station and usually arrive at Florence's Piazza Montelungo.
Venice to Florence
Watch your feet and you may find they start floating along the streets of Florence. The beauty of this city is a kind that sinks deep. Capital of the radiant Tuscany region, Florence is birthplace to the Renaissance, flaunting art pieces from Michelangelo to Da Vinci at the Uffizi and Dell’ Accademia. However the city itself is a masterpiece to behold, views of the central Duomo Cathedral, Arno River and Ponte Vecchio bridge are enough to set the heart aflutter.
Trains usually depart from Florence's Santa Maria Novella train station and arrive at Rome Termini train station. Buses usually depart from Florence's Refredi bus station and usually arrive at Rome Tiburtina bus station.
Florence to Rome
From the Colosseum to the Villa Borghese, Rome remains an inspiring center of art and world history even three millennia after its founding. No matter if you choose the most obvious tourist attractions or want to explore some of the more remote areas of the city, Rome’s beauty and elegance will be sure to amaze. While in Rome, be sure to book a visit to Vatican City- a sovereign country located completely within Rome that is home to both the Sistine Chapel and the Pope.
Trains depart from Rome Termini train station and arrive at Napoli Centrale train station. Buses depart from Rome Tiburtina bus station and usually arrive at Naples' Corso Arnaldo Lucci Metropark.
Rome to Naples
While remaining an obvious departure point for the natural beauty of the Amalfi coast, Pompei and Capri, the city of Naples itself has plenty to offer all types of travelers. Experience southern Italian culture and eat the best pizza in the world by paying a visit to Naples' Spanish Quarter in the heart of the city. Afterwards, be sure to get some fresh air while riding the funicular to Vomero for a spectacular panorama of the city and Mount Vesuvius.