Italy 2018

  • Duration: 10 days

Flight Plan:

Algiers To Rome:
Departure 06 August Algiers Rome at 16h15 arrival at 19h05

Return to Venise Algiers:
Departure 15 August Venise Rome at 16h20 arrival at 17h25
Continuation 15 August Rome Algiers at 22h10 arrival at 23h05

Day 1



Italy is a country of South-West Europe, a founding member of the European Union. Its capital is Rome, which is also the largest city in Italy, but the largest urban area is Milan. It is part of the euro zone, that is to say that its currency is the euro.

Before the euro, the Italian currency was read. Its total area is about 300 000 km2 and its population is about 60 million inhabitants (in the second half of the 19th century millions of Italians emigrated to France, the United States, North and South, Australia, New Zealand). Italy is the fifth most densely populated country in the European Union with 205 inhabitants per km2.

Italy is surrounded by France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. To the north, there is the Alps. Italy has a very large access to the Mediterranean Sea: Thyrenian Sea to the west, Ionian Sea to the south and Adriatic Sea to the east.

It is a country with an elongated shape that reminds one with a boot and which comprises of two large islands: Sicily and Sardinia. Beside its large islands, there are many small islands. It is a mainly mountainous country, which comprises only one great plain, that of the Po, to the north.

The climate is mountainous and continental in the north, but Mediterranean in the “boot”.



It is well known, all roads lead to Rome … a way revealing a trip to Italy.

Nowhere else are there 28 centuries of history in a city.

Rome is the capital of Italy since 1871. It is the capital of the Lazio region and is the capital of the Roman Empire for several centuries. It is located in the center of the Italian peninsula on the Tyrrhenian coast.

It also has the particularity of containing a state enclosed in its territory: the Vatican City ( Città del Vaticano ), of which the Pope is the sovereign. It is the only existing example of a country within a city: Rome is therefore the capital of two states.


Cicerone Hôtel


Constitutes a hotel Cicerone is located in the area of ​​religious, cultural, political and historical interest of the center of Rome, a suitable place for holidays away from your busy days. Easily accessible, this 4-star airport hotel is only 35 km away. The hotel thanks to its convenient location, easy access to the most important monuments of the city.

Also offers the Hotel Cicerone a lot of services to enrich your trip to Rome. Include the main features of this hotel: free Wi-Fi in all rooms, taxi service, ticket sales service, reception around the clock, facilities for disabled guests. In the rooms of the superior hotel numbering 292, all equipped with care and some of them are equipped with a flat screen TV, an air purifier, carpet, mirror, slippers. As for the wide range of services in the hotel ensure your comfort and leave you plenty of options to spend your time during your stay. Constitutes a Hotel Cicerone with superb facilities and an excellent location, an ideal base to enjoy your stay in Rome.

Day 2
City tour

Rome truly remains an open-air museum, a city that has preserved a true architectural homogeneity. Ancient temples and amphitheatres (some surprisingly intact) are an integral part of town planning, even to the point of drawing the city. The innumerable churches of Rome bear witness to the early days of Christendom.

The Renaissance palaces display a more or less sumptuous baroque style, such as fountains and some squares, not to mention the narrow streets with medieval charm that make it a place where all styles come together.

In Rome, no upheavals due to industrialization and modernism, but a city that retains all its beauty. Lovers of good food will also be conquered by the Roman gastronomy.

And do not forget to throw a coin in the Trevi fountain to be sure to return to the Eternal City …

Day 3
Free day
Rome was not built in one day, but Rome can not be visited in one day either. It feels like a giant open-air museum: you find yourself in the middle of an authentic blend of piazzas, open-air markets and fascinating historical sites. Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain, enjoy admiration at the Colosseum and the Pantheon, then take a cappuccino to replenish your energy during an afternoon of shopping in Campo de’Fiori or Via Veneto.

If you follow the spiritual itinerary in the city of Rome, the  Mosque  of Rome is inevitable …

The Mosque (Moschea in Italian)

The mosque in Rome, inaugurated in 1995, is the largest of the European continent and represents for all the Muslims of the capital a very important place of worship and meeting.

The mosque extends over an area of ​​about 30,000m2, inside there is a large prayer hall supported by three-stalked pilasters that look like trees and thus suggest the image of a forest.

This mosque is considered to be the most prestigious Islamic center in Italy, many faithful gather here for prayer every Friday or during Ramadan.

Day 4

Departure to Florence



Siena is a preserved and sumptuous medieval town that offers you other surprises if you step away from the historic center. A city still active today, it also has an important place in the history of art, especially painting. Once a year, during the Palio, its 17 contrades (districts or districts) face an astonishing breed of horses. The famous main square (Campo square) is transformed into a racecourse, lafer.




Florence is the eighth largest city in Italy by its population, the capital of Tuscany, and is one of the most visited cities in Italy.

Famous in the world for its monuments and works of art of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, it is a destination of choice for lovers of art, monuments and history.

Our aim is not only to make you discover the city of Florence, but also to make you want to love it and come back to it.


Martelli Hôtel


Located in the charming district Florence historic center, Hotel Martelli enjoys a prime location in the center of shopping, cultural, tourist sites of Florence. From here, guests can easily get around and enjoy all the benefits offered by this vibrant city. With the city’s main attractions such as Negozio Richard Ginori, Tommy Hilfinger Store Firenze, Santa Maria Maggiore within close reach, visitors to the hotel will just love its location.

Hotel Martelli offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. The hotel offers access to a vast array of services, including 24-hour front desk, express check-in / check-out, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, to name a few.

Enjoy top quality amenities during your stay. Some rooms include separate living rooms, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, heating, desk, which allow guests to unwind and recharge after a busy day. Thanks to the wide range of leisure activities offered by the hotel, guests will be sure to enjoy activities during their stay. If you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Florence, make Hotel Martelli your home away from home.

Day 5
City tour

The order of visits can be established according to the opening hours of the different monuments.

We have here below the various sites of interests to visit:

The Piazza della Signoria bordered by a number of monuments to be discovered and in particular the Loggia dei Lanzi.

The Uffizi Gallery (Galleria degli Uffizi) with its fifteen exhibition halls and a more detailed stop in rooms 10 to 14 to fully appreciate the paintings of Botticelli.

The Palazzo Vecchio , enjoying both the interior and the exterior as it hides under a severe aspect the richness and magnificence of its interior layout.

The Orsanmichele Church (via dei Calzaiouli) is a marvel of architecture located near the Duomo.

The Duomo (Piazza del Duomo) is the Cathedral of Flore nce and its  baptistery.

The banks of the River Arno with its famous Ponte Vecchio could end a day rich in more than interesting discoveries.

Day 6



Less run than its neighboring Florence, Pisa stretches peacefully along the Arno. This city of character, full of art and history like any major city of Tuscany, is not limited to its famous tower that leans. Take time to discover it … Off the beaten path, the surrounding countryside is punctuated by villages with discreet charm like San Miniato, long torn between Pisa and Florence.


Day 7

Departure to Italy.



“See Venice and die .. why?” We would say better “See Venice and live to return there again and again”

Venice (Venezia in Italian) has this unique ability to cause astonishment every time you return. No cliché will ever make the atmosphere of its winding alleys, its plots, its canals and its churches.
Venice, the Serenissima, is a city born from the sea and turned towards the sea, which has always been able to fight to preserve its independence. From this glorious past, it has kept palaces and old houses which today are as many museums that testify to its superb oldness.

Venice is charming almost on every street corner, a strange mixture of the déjà-vu and the astonishment of the discovery, the postcard and the half word, a great plunge in the Middle Ages and, ‘At his table, a real carnival for the papilla


Antigo Trovatore Hôtel


L’Hôtel Antigo Trovatore Venise vous accueille en plein centre de la ville, à 150 mètres de la place Saint-Marc, à proximité de diverses lignes de vaporetto et à deux pas de l’arrêt Zaccaria Vaporetto (bus aquatique) qui dessert la gare de Santa Lucia.

L’établissement est proche des remarquables points d’intérêts de la ville, tels que Christmas Shop Venice, Magie di Carnevale, Garcia Varona Leidy laura.

L’emplacement de choix de L’Hotel Antigo Trovatore Venise dans le quartier culturel, des sites touristiques et du shopping de Venise, en fait un établissement propice à la détente, loin du travail.

De là, les clients peuvent facilement se déplacer et profiter de tous les avantages offerts par cette ville magnifique. Pour les visites et les sorties, pas besoin de chercher loin !
L’hôtel est entouré des magasins, des cafés et des restaurants les plus prisés de Venise.

Ce quartier (Castello) est un choix idéal pour les voyageurs qui s’intéressent aux musées, au tourisme, à la culture et à l’exploration de la vieille ville.

L’Hôtel Antigo Trovatore Venise dispose de nombreux équipements pour rendre votre séjour à Venise encore plus enrichissant.

Il propose des chambres climatisées, disposant d’équipements assurant un niveau de confort sans égal.

Sobrement décorées, propres avec une literie très correcte. Certaines donnent accès à une terrasse commune surplombant le palais des Doges du XVIe siècle et le clocher de Saint-Marc, elles disposent toutes d’une télévision par satellite, d’une connexion Wi-Fi haut débit, d’un réfrigérateur et d’une salle de bains privative avec sèche-cheveux.

Avec un personnel accueillant et multilingues, la réception active 24h/24, accessible aux personnes handicapées, assurant le stockage de bagages et les réservations pour les excursions. Connexion WiFi dans les espaces communs.

L’Hôtel est non-fumeur. Personnel multilingue, professionnel, très attentionné et très accueillant. Accès autorisé aux Animaux.

Bon petit déjeuner servie sous forme de buffet.

L’Hotel Antigo Trovatore Venise est le lieu de séjour idéal pour les voyageurs qui recherchent charme, élégance et confort. En plein centre de Venise, idéal pour pouvoir s’y promener tôt le matin et tard le soir, quand la plupart des touristes seront repartis.

Day 8
City tour

During eleven centuries (697-1797), it was the capital of the Republic of Veneto. During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the city was a great maritime power. Thanks to its links with Asia and the Near East, which was initiated by the merchant and explorer Marco Polo, it also became one of the most important commercial centers in Europe, including silk, cereals and spices . Finally, it is a major cultural center, from the 13th to the end of the 17th century, including the painters of the Venetian School (Titian, Veronese and Tintoretto), and for music, Carlo Goldoni and Antonio Vivaldi are the main representatives .

The city is visited by 177 canals (the most important of which is the Grand Canal) and 455 bridges (most often arched to let the boats pass). It has 123 churches and extends over 118 islands located between the mouth of the Adige (to the south) and the Piave (to the north).

Day 9

Free day

The historical center is entirely pedestrian, the canals acting as roads, and the various boats which cross only the Grand Canal, the Giudecca Canal and the lagoon around the city, are the means of public transport. Venice is a unique city where one travels almost exclusively on foot. There are also water taxis – small motorized boats that can carry from eight to ten people – and “gondolas” – small light oars. The private transport of Venetians by motorized or oars is limited to Sunday excursions.

Venice is a unique city in the world that everyone should visit. A place that will always succeed in astonishing the visitor, whenever he returns, thanks to the atmosphere and the emotions that emanate from it. The images of its extraordinary past, its streets, alleys, bridges, squares and courtyards will never fail to enchant us. Venice is a tourist destination throughout the year and in summer the city is packed with people.

Day 10

After lunch transfer to the airport direction Algiers and back to the country.


Hoping to have the honor of counting you among our clients