Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Christmas in Spain
  2. 2 Germany-Car or Train
  3. 3 Brussels flower tapestry
  4. 4 Italy Itinerary Gap to Fill - Alternate Suggestions
  5. 5 London, you are my number one now (replacing Paris)
  6. 6 Lake Como,Italy
  7. 7 21, 18 and 6 year old trip to Europe
  8. 8 Tips for 2018 Eastern Europe trip
  9. 9 Valencia Spain
  10. 10 Language to use in Belgium
  11. 11 Moderately priced French restaurants in Paris: an update
  12. 12 4 Greek islands- best way to hop?
  13. 13 Visiting Zurich
  14. 14 Cape Sounion en route to Airport?
  15. 15 Places to visit from Zurich
  16. 16 SURPRISE TRIP
  17. 17 8 days in Ireland -- where to go??!!
  18. 18 Europe's Most Famous Streets?
  19. 19 Trip Report MaiTaiTom Gets The Royal Treatment…Two Weeks Exploring London and Scotland
  20. 20 Advice on Spring/Fall trips to Scotland and Alsace
  21. 21 Trip Report Rouen & Paris Anniversary Trip
  22. 22 Weather and clothes in Sakzkammergut in August
  23. 23 Champs Elysee: worth an afternoon or too tacky?
  24. 24 Best boutique hotel in London for honeymoon
  25. 25 Getting to Naxos and Santorini
View next 25 » Back to the top

Italy over the winter holidays

Jump to last reply

Hello, we are an early 30's couple arriving into Milan on Dec 26 and departing Rome on Jan. 4. I am going back and forth on itineraries and not sure what is best. At first, we were planning to rent car and drive towards Torino and then to the French Alps (Chamonix)..for 3-4 days before spending 5-6 in Rome. Now I am thinking that we are better off heading to Florence/Siena instead of the Alps before we head down to Rome. What about San Marino, Bologna or Verona? Anyone have any suggestions on an itinerary that would work over the winter holidays?

We like cities, museums, great food, wineries, etc..

7 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement