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Are there good tour travel companies?

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We are a family of 4 with two teenagers (16 and 18). My husband and I both work full time and we all have lot of outside commitments and activities. After a year I have made very little headway on getting a European trip off the ground. We have finally all agreed on sticking to Italy, but beyond that is still up in the air.

Several of the tour companies have Italy trips that include several places without my having to figure out transportation and lodging everywhere.

Are there good tour companies out there? If so which ones are trustworthy and have a good balance of free time to tailor your own thing and highlights that you would have planned anyway?

Rome is our must see. We have not been able to effectively prioritize Venice, Pompeii and the Almafi Coast which appear to be the next few items in priority. Total trip time could be 9-12 days. What places have older teenagers found most interesting and entertaining?

Suggestions please!!!

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