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Perillo Tours or Globus to Italy

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Hello to all. I am determined to take a tour of Italy next March and was wondering if anyone here can comment on either the 14-day Italy North Classic Tour with Perillo or the 14-day Italian Mosaic Tour with Globus. They seem very similar, but Perillo seems to include more sites in their tour description. Is it true that Perillo doesn't offer optional excursions, that they are all included, or is this another tour company I've heard about doing this? Both tours stay two nights in Venice, three nights in Rome, but the Globus has two nights in Florence and one in Assisi. The three nights in Rome with Perillo are consecutive, while the three nights in Rome with Globus are two and then the final night at the end. Genoa is an included stop with Globus, but not with Perillo. Perillo spends two nights in Milan, while Globus only stops there for a brief visit. These are the basic differences I see.

Would appreciate any comments or opinions. Thanks very much.

Sandi Maier

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