7 Days trip in Italy

Budget: 0 USD - 1400 USD City sightseeing Historical landmarks Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration
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Italy is a beautiful country with a rich history and culture, known for its art, architecture, fashion, and cuisine.

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Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
️ 15.33°C
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Day 1

  1. Ancient city of Pompeii

    120 minutes

    Explore the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii, which was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD. A local guide will share the history of the city and take you through the ruins of the amphitheater, bathhouses, and grand villas.

  2. Mount Vesuvius National Park

    180 minutes

    Hike to the summit of Mount Vesuvius, the only active volcano on the European mainland. The hike offers stunning views of the Bay of Naples and the surrounding countryside, while the lush vegetation and birdlife in the park provide a taste of the local flora and fauna.

  3. Piazza del Plebiscito

    90 minutes

    Take a leisurely stroll through one of Napoli's grandest squares. The Piazza del Plebiscito is the site of many local celebrations and houses some of the city's most impressive buildings, including the Royal Palace and the Basilica of San Francesco di Paola.

Day 2

  1. Castel dell'Ovo

    90 minutes

    Visit the iconic ‘Castle of the Egg’ in Napoli, built on the peninsula of Megaride. Take a walking tour inside the castle. Amazing views from the top of the castle to the Bay of Naples.

  2. Pompeii Archaeological Site

    120 minutes

    Visit the archaeological site of Pompeii, where you can experience life as it was in ancient Rome. See the city's famous preserved frescoes, mosaics, and artifacts which now delight visitors from around the globe.

  3. Monte di Procida

    180 minutes

    Take the boat from Napoli to Monte di Procida. Then, spend some time exploring the local countryside around Naples Bay. Bike or hike the hillside and watch for herons, kingfishers, and flamingos that are common in the area.

Day 3

  1. National Archaeological Museum of Naples

    120 minutes

    Explore the National Archaeological Museum of Naples, one of the most important archaeological museums in the world. See the mammoth collection of Roman and Greek sculptures, pottery, and mosaics.

  2. Capodimonte Museum & Park

    180 minutes

    Explore the stunning collection of Renaissance art at the Capodimonte Museum. The adjoining park features numerous walking trails, picnic spots, and beautiful apiculture trails.

  3. Posillipo Hill

    120 minutes

    Climb or drive up to Posillipo Hill for amazing views over Naples Bay and the Mediterranean Sea. Take stunning photos of the bay below and the surrounding countryside.

Day 4

  1. Royal Palace of Naples

    120 minutes

    Explore the royal palace of Naples that dates back to the 17th century. The fascinating museum houses extensive frescoes, unique ceramics, and antique carriages.

  2. Pozzuoli

    180 minutes

    Take a trip to historic Pozzuoli, the ancient Roman colony beneath the hill of Monte Nuovo. The town is known for its amazing seafood and indulge in a beach sport, just like the locals do.

  3. Napoli Botanic

    90 minutes

    Take a stroll in the Napoli Botanic Garden, where you can view rare flowering plants and a rich variety of greenery. Established in 1807, this park is one of the oldest botanical gardens in Europe.

Day 5

  1. Herculaneum Archaeological Site

    120 minutes

    Visit the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum, known for its well-preserved ruins. Learn about the town’s history and how it was buried in ash after Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD.

  2. Mount Faito

    180 minutes

    Take the cable car to the top of Mount Faito, one of the highest points on the Sorrentine peninsula. The amazing views over the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius make this trip worth it for visitors.

  3. Via San Gregorio Armeno Market

    90 minutes

    Take a stroll through this charming street, a famous market that has been selling traditional Neapolitan goods, including handmade artisanal Christmas nativity figurines, for over 400 years.

Day 6

  1. Paestum Archaeological Site

    180 minutes

    Visit the magnificent Paestum Archaeological Park, which dates back to the Greek period. Fascinating frescos, temples, and ancient tombs await.

  2. Valle dell 'Avventura

    180 minutes

    Have fun while you interact with nature, live an adventure, and feel free at the Valle dell 'Avventura or 'Valley of Adventure'. This amazing outdoor adventure park is immersed in a forest of pines, oaks and chestnuts.

  3. Temple of Athena

    90 minutes

    Take a visit to the stunning Temple of Athena, dating back to 500 BCE. Walk around the ruins and take an awe-inspiring sunset picture of the temple.

Day 7

  1. The Royal Palace of Caserta

    180 minutes

    Visit the Royal Palace of Caserta, which is featured as a UNESCO World Heritage site and follows the monumental style. The palace, with its baroque rooms, splendid botanical garden, and amazing water fountains, is full of works of art and craftsmanship.

  2. Matera

    240 minutes

    Take a day trip from Napoli to the 'Stone City' of Matera. This ancient city is known for its famous 'sassi' district, which is made entirely of ancient aged stones. Walk the narrow streets and explore the unique churches and historic buildings.

  3. Castel Nuovo

    90 minutes

    Visit the Castel Nuovo, a medieval castle located in the heart of the city, and pass through the ancient Porta Capuana. The majestic gate leads to the Castel Nuovo, which includes art galleries and collections of contemporary and Renaissance art.

Estimated Cost (USD)




1.50-3.50 (per trip)
1.50-3.50 (per trip)
15-30 (per ride)


Street food
10-15 (per meal)
Budget restaurant
15-25 (per meal)
Fancy restaurant
50-100 (per meal)


Pompeii Excavation Site Entrance Fee
Vesuvius National Park Entrance Fee
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