8 Day Tuscany Fly & Drive with Milan

$879*
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  • Economy Manual - Fiat Panda or similar

    • 1-2 passengers
    • 2 Small Suitcases
    • Manual Transmission
    • Air Conditioning

  • Compact Manual - Volkswagen Golf or similar

    • 1-3 passengers
    • 1 Large & 2 Small Suitcases
    • Manual Transmission
    • Air Conditioning

  • Mid-Size Manual - Volkswagen Passat or similar

    • 1-4 passengers
    • 2 Large & 2 Small Suitcases
    • Manual Transmission
    • Air Conditioning

  • Minivan Manual - Fiat Scudo or similar

    • 1-5 passengers
    • 2 Small Suitcases
    • Manual Transmission
    • Air Conditioning

  • Full Size Automatic - Audi Avant 2.0 TDI or similar

    • 1-4 Passengers
    • 2 Large & 2 Small Suitcases
    • Automatic Transmission
    • Air Conditioning


Featured Hotels

Sunday Departure
Ibis Milano Malpensa Aeroporto Cardano al Campo
Grand Hotel Plaza Montecatini
Grand Hotel du Park et Regina Montecatini
Hotel Minerva Palace Montecatini
Monday Departure
Tuesday Departure
Wednesday Departure

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2017 Dates & Prices
Dates Air & Land
Sun, Apr 02  (Sold Out) $1009*
Mon, Apr 03  (Sold Out) $929*
Tue, Apr 04  (Sold Out) $979*
$959*
Sun, Apr 09  (Sold Out) $1369*
$1019*
$939*
Wed, Apr 12  (Sold Out) $989*
Sun, Apr 16  (Sold Out) $949*
$999*
Tue, Apr 18  (Sold Out) $939*
Wed, Apr 19  (Sold Out) $879*
Sun, Apr 23  (Sold Out) $939*
Mon, Apr 24  (Sold Out) $939*
Tue, Apr 25  (Sold Out) $919*
Wed, Apr 26  (Sold Out) $879*
Sun, Apr 30  (Sold Out) $999*
$929*
Tue, May 02  (Sold Out) $929*
$969*
$939*
Mon, May 08  (Sold Out) $899*
Tue, May 09  (Sold Out) $929*
Wed, May 10  (Sold Out) $879*
$939*
Mon, May 15  (Sold Out) $929*
Tue, May 16  (Sold Out) $929*
Wed, May 17  (Sold Out) $919*
$1009*
Mon, May 22  (Sold Out) $929*
Tue, May 23  (Sold Out) $919*
Wed, May 24  (Sold Out) $919*
Sun, Jun 11  (Sold Out) $1009*
Tue, Jun 13  (Sold Out) $939*
Sun, Jun 25  (Sold Out) $1019*
Tue, Jun 27  (Sold Out) $949*
Sun, Jul 09  (Sold Out) $1039*
Tue, Jul 11  (Sold Out) $939*
$1099*
$1039*
$1009*
Tue, Aug 08  (Sold Out) $939*
Sun, Aug 27  (Sold Out) $999*
$929*
$1099*
$889*
$999*
Wed, Sep 06  (Sold Out) $889*
$1029*
$939*
Tue, Sep 12  (Sold Out) $949*
$889*
$969*
Mon, Sep 18  (Sold Out) $909*
Tue, Sep 19  (Sold Out) $889*
Wed, Sep 20  (Sold Out) $889*
$969*
Mon, Sep 25  (Sold Out) $909*
Tue, Sep 26  (Sold Out) $889*
Wed, Sep 27  (Sold Out) $889*
Sun, Oct 01  (Sold Out) $939*
$879*
Tue, Oct 03  (Sold Out) $879*
Wed, Oct 04  (Sold Out) $899*
$959*
Mon, Oct 09  (Sold Out) $929*
Tue, Oct 10  (Sold Out) $879*
$879*
$979*
Mon, Oct 16  (Sold Out) $929*
Tue, Oct 17  (Sold Out) $879*
$909*
$959*
Mon, Oct 23  (Sold Out) $899*
$879*
$919*
$959*
$929*
$929*

*Not Included:
Italian City Taxes (payable locally), car rental fees, optional car rental insurance and parking.


Additional Information:
Drivers must be at least 25 years old to rent a vehicle. A valid drivers license issued a minimum of 12 months prior to rental along with an international driving license is required for all renters. Drivers 75 years or older cannot be covered under the Personal Accident Insurance (PAI) or Personal Travel Insurance (PTI).

The lead passenger will be the listed as the driver of the vehicle. Additional drivers may be added for an additional cost at the time of vehicle pickup.

Rental vehicle pickup is unavailable outside of pickup location office hours, make sure your flight arrives during this time and at least 1.5 hours prior to closing time. Click here for the list of hours per location.


Accommodation Details:
For certain departures, there are a limited number of rooms available at the hotels in Montecatini and Milan. In the event one is unavailable, one of the other hotels will be booked.

Click here for a list of hotels by departure date.

Entry Requirements:
Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates. All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary. For visa information, check our Visas page.



Is This Trip Right for You?

This independent program allows the flexibility to explore on your own. Driving duration can vary from 2 to 4 hours per day depending on route taken, hotel location, traffic, weather, road conditions, etc. Please note that this tour is not escorted and therefore you will not have the services of a tour manager to assist with hotel check-in formalities and luggage handling. The program's unconstrained nature excludes group advantages associated with escorted tours.

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Itinerary

Please note that the following is a suggested itinerary. While the sites listed below may be visited independently, the package does not cover any applicable entrance or tour fees.

DAY 1, Sunday - Depart for Italy
Depart for Italy

DAY 2, Monday - Arrive in Milan and Drive to Montecatini
Arrive in Milan and pick up your vehicle at the airport. Drive to Montecatini and Enjoy the balance of the day at leisure
Drive Time: 3.5 hours
Distance: 221 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini

DAY 3, Tuesday - Drive to Lucca and Pisa
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to Lucca and Pisa. Set off for the ancient medieval town of Lucca, one of the most fascinating towns in Tuscany. Walk the narrow streets of the original Roman grid to San Michele and its beautiful piazza, which occupies the site of the ancient Roman Forum. While in Pisa make sure to walk the quaint streets of this Old Maritime Republic and enjoy the medieval arcades of the Borgo Pio, along with views of the city's famous university that has fostered many of Italy's Nobel Prize winners. Also not to be missed is the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, site of the Leaning Tower, Baptistery and Duomo. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 70 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4, Wednesday - Visit Florence
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or travel to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance. Visit the Duomo and Baptistery to view Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise." See the historic open-air art museum of Signoria Square, with its beautiful statues, Palazzo Vecchio, and the Ponte Vecchio "Old Bridge." Return to Montecatini in the evening
**We suggest taking a train from Montecatini to Florence, unless you plan to stay late into the evening. Train service stops around 9:30/10:00 pm.
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 65 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 5, Thursday - Drive to Chianti and Greve
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or enjoy a relaxing drive to visit the heart of the Tuscan countryside in the Chianti region, where Italy's most famous red wine is produced. View the spectacular setting of green hills, cypress trees, olive groves and endless rows of grape vines and stop for a tasting of the region’s wine & local specialties at one of the many wineries. Greve, once an important market town in the middle ages is considered the entrance gate into the Chianti region and the perfect place to stroll the town and stop at the many artisan and local food shops. Don’t miss to visit the beautiful Montefioralle, a well-preserved small fortified village located on a hill above Greve, and the birthplace of the famous explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2.5 hours
Distance: 90 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6, Friday - Drive to Siena and San Gimignano
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to visit two of Tuscany's true gems, Siena and the medieval walled town of San Gimignano. Set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside with lush vine escarpments and gray-green olive trees, Siena offers much to see, from fine palaces to the Duomo and Piazza del Campo, where the famous Palio Horserace is run. Then, travel to San Gimignano, a town of Etruscan origin. Built by early noble families, fourteen remaining stone towers line the ramparts of this medieval town, dominating the streets below and creating a beautiful skyline easily seen miles outside of town. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the town's narrow lanes and squares before returning to Montecatini
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 160 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7, Saturday - Drive to Parma en route to Milan
Should you choose to drive North to Milan via the A1 Autoroute, why not stop in Parma, home to two Italian delicacies - Prosciutto di Parma and the famous Parmesan cheese "Parmigiano Reggiano". Take a walk through the elegant historic zone and stop to view the baptistery of the Parma Cathedral, considered to be one of the most important medieval monuments of Europe. Weather permitting, cross the River Parma and take a relaxing stroll around the city’s most popular park, the Parco Ducale. Top off your visit with a cheese & ham plate at one of the many local restaurants before you continue to Milan area for your last overnight
** parts of Parma including the historic center have traffic restrictions, but there are pay parking lots nearby. There are also parking lots outside the city, connected to Parma by a shuttle bus
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 240 miles*
Overnight: Milan Malpensa Area
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 8, Sunday - Depart Italy
Drive to Milan airport and return your vehicle prior to your departure flight
Drive Time: 10 minutes
Distance: 1 mile*
Meals: Breakfast

*Please note that this is a suggested itinerary. Driving times and distances are estimated and can vary due to many circumstances, such as, specific route taken, hotel location, traffic, weather, road conditions, etc. GPS devices are recommended and can be rented locally.

Please note that the following is a suggested itinerary. While the sites listed below may be visited independently, the package does not cover any applicable entrance or tour fees.

DAY 1, Sunday - Depart for Italy
Depart for Italy

DAY 2, Monday - Arrive in Milan and Drive to Montecatini
Arrive in Milan and pick up your vehicle at the airport. Drive to Montecatini and Enjoy the balance of the day at leisure
Drive Time: 3.5 hours
Distance: 221 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini

DAY 3, Tuesday - Drive to Lucca and Pisa
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to Lucca and Pisa. Set off for the ancient medieval town of Lucca, one of the most fascinating towns in Tuscany. Walk the narrow streets of the original Roman grid to San Michele and its beautiful piazza, which occupies the site of the ancient Roman Forum. While in Pisa make sure to walk the quaint streets of this Old Maritime Republic and enjoy the medieval arcades of the Borgo Pio, along with views of the city's famous university that has fostered many of Italy's Nobel Prize winners. Also not to be missed is the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, site of the Leaning Tower, Baptistery and Duomo. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 70 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4, Wednesday - Visit Florence
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or travel to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance. Visit the Duomo and Baptistery to view Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise." See the historic open-air art museum of Signoria Square, with its beautiful statues, Palazzo Vecchio, and the Ponte Vecchio "Old Bridge." Return to Montecatini in the evening
**We suggest taking a train from Montecatini to Florence, unless you plan to stay late into the evening. Train service stops around 9:30/10:00 pm.
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 65 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 5, Thursday - Drive to Chianti and Greve
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or enjoy a relaxing drive to visit the heart of the Tuscan countryside in the Chianti region, where Italy's most famous red wine is produced. View the spectacular setting of green hills, cypress trees, olive groves and endless rows of grape vines and stop for a tasting of the region’s wine & local specialties at one of the many wineries. Greve, once an important market town in the middle ages is considered the entrance gate into the Chianti region and the perfect place to stroll the town and stop at the many artisan and local food shops. Don’t miss to visit the beautiful Montefioralle, a well-preserved small fortified village located on a hill above Greve, and the birthplace of the famous explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2.5 hours
Distance: 90 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6, Friday - Drive to Siena and San Gimignano
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to visit two of Tuscany's true gems, Siena and the medieval walled town of San Gimignano. Set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside with lush vine escarpments and gray-green olive trees, Siena offers much to see, from fine palaces to the Duomo and Piazza del Campo, where the famous Palio Horserace is run. Then, travel to San Gimignano, a town of Etruscan origin. Built by early noble families, fourteen remaining stone towers line the ramparts of this medieval town, dominating the streets below and creating a beautiful skyline easily seen miles outside of town. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the town's narrow lanes and squares before returning to Montecatini
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 160 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7, Saturday - Drive to Parma en route to Milan
Should you choose to drive North to Milan via the A1 Autoroute, why not stop in Parma, home to two Italian delicacies - Prosciutto di Parma and the famous Parmesan cheese "Parmigiano Reggiano". Take a walk through the elegant historic zone and stop to view the baptistery of the Parma Cathedral, considered to be one of the most important medieval monuments of Europe. Weather permitting, cross the River Parma and take a relaxing stroll around the city’s most popular park, the Parco Ducale. Top off your visit with a cheese & ham plate at one of the many local restaurants before you continue to Milan area for your last overnight
** parts of Parma including the historic center have traffic restrictions, but there are pay parking lots nearby. There are also parking lots outside the city, connected to Parma by a shuttle bus
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 240 miles*
Overnight: Milan Malpensa Area
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 8, Sunday - Depart Italy
Drive to Milan airport and return your vehicle prior to your departure flight
Drive Time: 10 minutes
Distance: 1 mile*
Meals: Breakfast

*Please note that this is a suggested itinerary. Driving times and distances are estimated and can vary due to many circumstances, such as, specific route taken, hotel location, traffic, weather, road conditions, etc. GPS devices are recommended and can be rented locally.

Please note that the following is a suggested itinerary. While the sites listed below may be visited independently, the package does not cover any applicable entrance or tour fees.

DAY 1, Tuesday - Depart for Italy
Depart for Italy

DAY 2, Wednesday - Arrive in Milan and Drive to Montecatini
Arrive in Milan and pick up your vehicle at the airport. Drive to Montecatini and Enjoy the balance of the day at leisure
Drive Time: 3.5 hours
Distance: 221 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini

DAY 3, Thursday - Drive to Lucca and Pisa
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to Lucca and Pisa. Set off for the ancient medieval town of Lucca, one of the most fascinating towns in Tuscany. Walk the narrow streets of the original Roman grid to San Michele and its beautiful piazza, which occupies the site of the ancient Roman Forum. While in Pisa make sure to walk the quaint streets of this Old Maritime Republic and enjoy the medieval arcades of the Borgo Pio, along with views of the city's famous university that has fostered many of Italy's Nobel Prize winners. Also not to be missed is the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, site of the Leaning Tower, Baptistery and Duomo. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 70 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4, Friday - Visit Florence
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or travel to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance. Visit the Duomo and Baptistery to view Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise." See the historic open-air art museum of Signoria Square, with its beautiful statues, Palazzo Vecchio, and the Ponte Vecchio "Old Bridge." Return to Montecatini in the evening
**We suggest taking a train from Montecatini to Florence, unless you plan to stay late into the evening. Train service stops around 9:30/10:00 pm.
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 65 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 5, Saturday - Drive to Chianti and Greve
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or enjoy a relaxing drive to visit the heart of the Tuscan countryside in the Chianti region, where Italy's most famous red wine is produced. View the spectacular setting of green hills, cypress trees, olive groves and endless rows of grape vines and stop for a tasting of the region’s wine & local specialties at one of the many wineries. Greve, once an important market town in the middle ages is considered the entrance gate into the Chianti region and the perfect place to stroll the town and stop at the many artisan and local food shops. Don’t miss to visit the beautiful Montefioralle, a well-preserved small fortified village located on a hill above Greve, and the birthplace of the famous explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2.5 hours
Distance: 90 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6, Sunday - Drive to Siena and San Gimignano
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to visit two of Tuscany's true gems, Siena and the medieval walled town of San Gimignano. Set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside with lush vine escarpments and gray-green olive trees, Siena offers much to see, from fine palaces to the Duomo and Piazza del Campo, where the famous Palio Horserace is run. Then, travel to San Gimignano, a town of Etruscan origin. Built by early noble families, fourteen remaining stone towers line the ramparts of this medieval town, dominating the streets below and creating a beautiful skyline easily seen miles outside of town. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the town's narrow lanes and squares before returning to Montecatini
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 160 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7, Monday - Drive to Parma en route to Milan
Should you choose to drive North to Milan via the A1 Autoroute, why not stop in Parma, home to two Italian delicacies - Prosciutto di Parma and the famous Parmesan cheese "Parmigiano Reggiano". Take a walk through the elegant historic zone and stop to view the baptistery of the Parma Cathedral, considered to be one of the most important medieval monuments of Europe. Weather permitting, cross the River Parma and take a relaxing stroll around the city’s most popular park, the Parco Ducale. Top off your visit with a cheese & ham plate at one of the many local restaurants before you continue to Milan area for your last overnight
** parts of Parma including the historic center have traffic restrictions, but there are pay parking lots nearby. There are also parking lots outside the city, connected to Parma by a shuttle bus
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 240 miles*
Overnight: Milan Malpensa Area
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 8, Tuesday - Depart Italy
Drive to Milan airport and return your vehicle prior to your departure flight
Drive Time: 10 minutes
Distance: 1 mile*
Meals: Breakfast

*Please note that this is a suggested itinerary. Driving times and distances are estimated and can vary due to many circumstances, such as, specific route taken, hotel location, traffic, weather, road conditions, etc. GPS devices are recommended and can be rented locally.

Please note that the following is a suggested itinerary. While the sites listed below may be visited independently, the package does not cover any applicable entrance or tour fees.

DAY 1, Wednesday - Depart for Italy
Depart for Italy

DAY 2, Thursday - Arrive in Milan and Drive to Montecatini
Arrive in Milan and pick up your vehicle at the airport. Drive to Montecatini and Enjoy the balance of the day at leisure
Drive Time: 3.5 hours
Distance: 221 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini

DAY 3, Friday - Drive to Lucca and Pisa
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to Lucca and Pisa. Set off for the ancient medieval town of Lucca, one of the most fascinating towns in Tuscany. Walk the narrow streets of the original Roman grid to San Michele and its beautiful piazza, which occupies the site of the ancient Roman Forum. While in Pisa make sure to walk the quaint streets of this Old Maritime Republic and enjoy the medieval arcades of the Borgo Pio, along with views of the city's famous university that has fostered many of Italy's Nobel Prize winners. Also not to be missed is the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, site of the Leaning Tower, Baptistery and Duomo. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 70 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4, Saturday - Visit Florence
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or travel to Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance. Visit the Duomo and Baptistery to view Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise." See the historic open-air art museum of Signoria Square, with its beautiful statues, Palazzo Vecchio, and the Ponte Vecchio "Old Bridge." Return to Montecatini in the evening
**We suggest taking a train from Montecatini to Florence, unless you plan to stay late into the evening. Train service stops around 9:30/10:00 pm.
Drive Time: 2 hours
Distance: 65 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 5, Sunday - Drive to Chianti and Greve
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or enjoy a relaxing drive to visit the heart of the Tuscan countryside in the Chianti region, where Italy's most famous red wine is produced. View the spectacular setting of green hills, cypress trees, olive groves and endless rows of grape vines and stop for a tasting of the region’s wine & local specialties at one of the many wineries. Greve, once an important market town in the middle ages is considered the entrance gate into the Chianti region and the perfect place to stroll the town and stop at the many artisan and local food shops. Don’t miss to visit the beautiful Montefioralle, a well-preserved small fortified village located on a hill above Greve, and the birthplace of the famous explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2.5 hours
Distance: 90 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 6, Monday - Drive to Siena and San Gimignano
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to visit two of Tuscany's true gems, Siena and the medieval walled town of San Gimignano. Set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside with lush vine escarpments and gray-green olive trees, Siena offers much to see, from fine palaces to the Duomo and Piazza del Campo, where the famous Palio Horserace is run. Then, travel to San Gimignano, a town of Etruscan origin. Built by early noble families, fourteen remaining stone towers line the ramparts of this medieval town, dominating the streets below and creating a beautiful skyline easily seen miles outside of town. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the town's narrow lanes and squares before returning to Montecatini
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 160 miles*
Overnight: Montecatini
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7, Tuesday - Drive to Parma en route to Milan
Should you choose to drive North to Milan via the A1 Autoroute, why not stop in Parma, home to two Italian delicacies - Prosciutto di Parma and the famous Parmesan cheese "Parmigiano Reggiano". Take a walk through the elegant historic zone and stop to view the baptistery of the Parma Cathedral, considered to be one of the most important medieval monuments of Europe. Weather permitting, cross the River Parma and take a relaxing stroll around the city’s most popular park, the Parco Ducale. Top off your visit with a cheese & ham plate at one of the many local restaurants before you continue to Milan area for your last overnight
** parts of Parma including the historic center have traffic restrictions, but there are pay parking lots nearby. There are also parking lots outside the city, connected to Parma by a shuttle bus
Drive Time: 4 hours
Distance: 240 miles*
Overnight: Milan Malpensa Area
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 8, Wednesday - Depart Italy
Drive to Milan airport and return your vehicle prior to your departure flight
Drive Time: 10 minutes
Distance: 1 mile*
Meals: Breakfast

*Please note that this is a suggested itinerary. Driving times and distances are estimated and can vary due to many circumstances, such as, specific route taken, hotel location, traffic, weather, road conditions, etc. GPS devices are recommended and can be rented locally.

Virgin Vacations itineraries may contain suggestions for activities for your leisure time; these suggestions do not constitute a recommendation nor an endorsement of any specific service provider and the decision to participate in any such activities should be made independently.

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