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9D Italy


9 Day Italy - 4 Top Cities (Milan + Venice + Florence + Rome)

The city of fashion and branded goods, Milan The Cradle of Renaissance, Florence 
(Listed as a world cultural heritage site in the year 1982)
Unforgettable tour of Venice, the city of water
(Listed as a world cultural heritage site in the year 1987)
Breath-taking trip to the historical city of Rome
(Listed as world cultural heritage sites in the year 1980)
The city with one of the 7 wonders of the world, Pisa 
(Listed as a world cultural heritage site in the year 1987)
Breath-taking trip to the historical city Vatican City  
(Listed as world cultural heritage sites in the year 1990)

Stay at Heritage City - 2N Venice, 2N Florence & 2N Rome

DAY 01          KLIA – ITALY – MILAN (MOB)
Gather at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLiA) to prepare for departure. Led by a professional tour leader, the group shall depart for Italy, and transit will be done at transit City. The plane will land at the city of fashion, Milan.
DAY 02          MILAN – VENICE (L、D)

The plane will be landing at one of the most internationally known cities of the world, Milan (The city of fashion and branded goods, Milan), which is recognized as a world fashion and design capital.  Italy, acknowledged as the birthplace of Western culture together with Greece, is also home to the greatest number of UNESCO world heritage sites in the world. After going through the customs, the trip will officially begin. We will start with a tour to Castello Sforza; then, continue sightseeing to the Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral) & Piazza Duomo, one of the largest Gothic cathedrals and the 5th largest cathedral (in terms of area) in the world, taking 6 centuries to complete. Not only famous for its sheer size, it’s also known for its complexity, with decorations in even the most hidden places. Standing tall in the middle of the plaza is the National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II, a monument built to honour Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy. It is almost impossible to miss the cafes in that area, what with the alluring aroma of coffee wafting in the air. Also, don’t forget the Baroque and Renaissance inspired architectures lining the streets and the La Scala Opera House & Leonardo Da Vinci Statue (overlook). Proceed to Roman VeniceVenice is renowned for the beauty of its setting, its architecture and its artworks. The city in its entirety is listed as a World Heritage Site, along with its lagoon [Unforgettable tour of Venice, the city of water (Listed as a world cultural heritage site in the year 1987)]. This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as it was six hundred years ago and its attractions revolve around its canals; the magnificent churches and palaces spread around the island; and its rich arts and cultural heritage.

DAY 03          Full Day VENICE (B、L、D)
Venice, This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as it was six hundred years ago and its attractions revolve around its canals; the magnificent churches and palaces spread around the island; and its rich arts and cultural heritage. After breakfast, Transfer to Venice Mestre By Bus. First, we will take a water taxi to visit San Marco Island. Continue with walking tour at St Mark Square & Palazzo Ducale, also known as Doge Palace which connected by the Bridge of Sighs to the Prison where the Casanova escapes. By the way, we will stop for viewing of Venice's famous Bridge of Sighs was intended to connect the Old Prison and interrogation rooms in the Doge’s Palace to the New Prison, which was situated directly across the river. The name Bridge of Sighs was invented in the 19th Century, when Lord Byron helped to popularize the belief that the bridge's name was inspired by the sighs of condemned prisoners as they were led through it to the executioner. After that, we will be visiting St. Mark’s Basilica, the Moorish Clock Tower, Bell Tower, St Theodore’s Column and the Doge Palace. After lunch, you can try getting on one of the famous Gondolas of Venice by own expenses, and go on a leisurely, romantic ride, weaving through the many canals of the city. Free time for shopping at Venice.
DAY 04          VENICE – PISA – FLORENCE + Factory Outlet  (B、D)

After breakfast, drive to Pisa to visit Pisa Leaning Tower (The city with one of the 7 wonders of the world, Pisa (Listed as a world cultural heritage site in the year 1987) – Also known as HISTORIC CITIES AND PLACES OF THE MIDDLE AGES). The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most remarkable architectural structures from medieval Europe. It is located in the Italian town of Pisa, one of the most visited European cities. Tower of Pisa stands at 60 metres and until 1990 was leaning at about a 10 degree angle. Although it was designed to be perfectly vertical, it started to lean during construction.  The building of the leaning Tower of Pisa, and especially its completion, represents the last element in the compliment of the ceremonial complex of monuments that enrich the Piazza Dei Miracolo. (Square of miracles) The project included four representative monuments in the city of Pisa, Italy: the Cathedral of Pisa (Il Duomo di Pisa), the Baptistry, the Bell Tower of Pisa, Monumental Cemetery. When we’re done, we will start our journey to one of Italy’s famous four cities, Florence. [The Cradle of Renaissance, Florence (Listed as a world cultural heritage site in the year 1982)].  And have a shopping at Factory Outlet.

DAY 05          Full Day FLORENCE (B、L、D)
Florence is the hometown of many influential and famous people like Da Vinci, Michelangelo and the poet Dante, and is also one of the settings in the movie “A Room With A View”. We will walk and explore the famous Piazza Michelangelo and enjoy the panoramic city of Florence. then head to Florence Cathedral (Cathedral of Santa Maria Del Fiore), an iconic building of Florence. We will be visiting its Giotto Bell Tower, Doors of Paradise (Porte Del Paradise), Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza della Signoria’s statues. If time allows, the group can walk around the streets and buy some well-known Florentine leather goods and photo stop at Santa Croce Basilica. Our next destination would be Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), a Medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge over the Arno River. During World War II, it was the only bridge spared by the Germans during the siege in Italy; however, access to the bridge was obstructed by destroying the buildings at both sides of the bridge. 
DAY 06          FLORENCE (Bus) ROME (B、D)
Morning proceed to Rome, capital of Italy (Breath-taking trip to the historical city of Rome and the Vatican City (Listed as world cultural heritage sites in the year 1980/ 1990)),  Rome’s history spans two and a half thousand years and has many historical sites. Italy a major city of Europe, Rome has become an unparalleled repository of monuments of all periods, from the Etruscan era to modern times. The period of Rome's early history, under Etruscan kings and under the Republic, is represented by relatively few relics; the legacy of the following period, the Roman Empire, is extensive in comparison. Roman monuments range from the almost perfectly preserved Pantheon (founded 27 BC; rebuilt  AD 118-128), considered one of the finest surviving temples of antiquity, to the still impressive-although partly destroyed-Colosseum (opened AD 80), a huge Amphitheatre that was the scene of gladiatorial combats and other spectacles. Ancient city walls, triumphal arches, great public meeting places, churches, and palaces are all found in Rome. Visit Trevi FountainPiazza VeneziaRoman Forum and Piazza Navona. . overnight at Rome.
DAY 07          Full Day ROME - VATICAN CITY (B、L、D)
After breakfast, visit The Colosseum (excluded entrance ticket), The Roman Colosseum or Coliseum, originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, was commisioned in AD 72 by Emperor Vespasian. It was completed by his son, Titus, in 80, with later improvements by Domitian. The Colosseum is located just east of the Roman Forum and was built to a practical design, with its 80 arched entrances allowing easy access to 55,000 spectators, who were seated according to rank. The Coliseum is huge, an ellipse 188m long and 156 wide. Originally 240 masts were attached to stone corbels on the 4th level. Afternoon, Continue visit the State of Vatican City. the smallest country in the world and also the least populated. Its territory consists of a walled enclave within the city of Rome, Italy. It has an area of approximately 44 hectares (110 acres), and a population of just over 800. The Vatican City, one of the most sacred places in Christendom, attests to a great history and a formidable spiritual venture. A unique collection of artistic and architectural masterpieces lie within the boundaries of this small state. Visit St peter square & basilicaApostolic PalaceSaint Peter's Basilica is a late Renaissance church located within the Vatican City. It has the largest interior of any Christian church in the world, which is lavishly decorated with marble, reliefs, architectural sculpture and gilding. The basilica contains a large number of tombs of popes and other notable people, many of which are considered outstanding artworks. Also, don’t forget to stop and have a look at one of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the Pietà. (If any mass or religious events are being held at the time of our visit, then we will be unable to go on with this plan).  
DAY 08          ROME (Fly) Transit City (B)
Now, it is time to pack your things and leave for good old Malaysia, bringing back suitcases full of memories. After handling procedures for departure at the Rome International Airport, we will get on a plane and depart for Malaysia. Due to differences in time zones and the distance, we will be spending the night on the plane and arrive at our destination the next day.
DAY 09          Arrive KUALA LUMPUR (MOB)

Actually, this trip is such a rewarding experience, and you’ll feel as if all the stress and tension that you’ve been shouldering vanish into thin air. The romance, the rich history and culture will relieve your mind of all your troubles. You will return to Malaysia as a much more enriched and happier person, and never tire from reminiscing the unforgettable journey you had at Italy with  Fantastic World Leisure Vacations Sdn Bhd~ Tour Code : G9 in MXP out ROM.02

Attention :Due to the daylight saving policy in Europe, there will be time difference between Europe and Malaysia;
Effective from the last Sunday of March until the last Sunday of September
Western Europe will be slower than Malaysia by 06 hours / England slower by 07hours.
For October until the next year’s February Western 
Europe will be slower than Malaysia by 07 hours / England slower by 08 hours

1. This itinerary is only for the reference of the tourists before departure. 
2. Standard lodging would be 4 star hotels.
3. The tour fare includes airport tax, fuel surcharge and tips for the tour guide and driver.
4. Due to the rising cost of fuel, the airline has to charge fuel surcharge to ensure their profitability. This fee shall change according to international prices.
5. Due to the European Union’s stringent laws clamping down on counterfeit goods, any tourists who are caught bringing, wearing or buying counterfeit items can be sentenced to 4 years of jail or fined 373000.00 USD.
6. Most of the hotels in Europe do not have rooms catering for 3 people with 3 standard size beds in it. If you request for 3 people to be placed in a room, we cannot guarantee that you will get a room with 3 standard size beds as most of the hotels would provide rooms with a Queen size bed plus another bed(sofa bed or camp bed). Should you find it hard to accept this arrangement, then we would like to remind you not to ask for such a room.
7. In Europe, giving tips to those that served you is considered as a part of international courtesy, and is also a form of encouragement and acknowledgement to that person or place. Of course, it is not compulsory to do so. As for the leader of the tour group, the tour guide and the driver, you can consider their performance throughout the trip and give them tips based on that. If you think they were good, then do be generous to them. If otherwise, then you can give less.