14 Days Italy Itinerary: Ultimate Two Week Italy Itinerary

14 Days Italy Itinerary

How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy - Itinerary for 14 Perfect Days

Absolutely, Italy offers a wealth of cultural, historical, and scenic experiences. This itinerary covers major cities like Rome, Florence, and Venice, while also giving you a taste of the picturesque countryside, coastal regions, and charming villages. Remember, Italy has so much to offer that you might want to adjust based on personal interests! Here's a suggested 14-day itinerary to cover some of the country's highlights.

I made this itinerary so you have an idea of how to spend two weeks in Italy. It will be very easy to start from Spanish Steps and this is the perfect start to getting to know the city. I recommend walking as much as possible, you will see many details of Rome city.

7 Days in Rome Itinerary

Day 1-4: Rome

Four days in Rome offer a fantastic opportunity to explore the city's rich history, art, culture, and cuisine. Here's a suggested itinerary. Start early to beat the crowds. Before arriving, you can check prices in Rome.

• Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and a leisurely walk through the city's streets.

• Explore ancient Rome, visit the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, Piazza Venezia.

• Vatican City - St Peter's Basilica, Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel. Discover Prati area.

• Explore the Trastevere area, full of nice restaurants and beautiful churches..

Colosseum/Roman Forum ticket price: €16-25, you can buy ticket online on CoopCulture.it.

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Best Hotels in Rome

Hotel Stars Price/Photo
Hassler Roma 5 VIEW
The First Roma Arte 5 VIEW
Hotel d’Inghliterra Roma 5 VIEW
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese 5 VIEW
Hotel Valadier 4 VIEW
Palazzo Nainer 4 VIEW
Mario De' Fiori 37 4 VIEW
Spagna Royal Suite 4 VIEW
Condotti Boutique Hotel 4 VIEW
Maison La Minervetta 4 VIEW
Hotel Antiche Mura 4 VIEW
Hotel Continental 4 VIEW
iH Hotels Piazza di Spagna View 4 VIEW
Hotel Forte 3 VIEW
Hotel Gregoriana 3 VIEW
Hotel Scalinata Di Spagna 3 VIEW
Hotel Manfredi Suite In Rome 3 VIEW

Roman Forum
How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy - Rome

Day 5-7: Florence

The trip can be made quickly and comfortably on high-speed trains Italotreno and Trenitalia from Rome's central station Termini, both operators are great, travel time 1:30h, tickets can be purchased on official websites I mentioned.

• Travel to Florence. Visit the Duomo, climb Giotto's Bell Tower, and explore the Uffizi Gallery.

• Visit the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo's David, explore Ponte Vecchio, and enjoy the Boboli Gardens.

• Explore the picturesque Chianti Regiion, Tuscan countryside, vineyards, and wineries. You can join a wine tour or simply drive through the region, which is about a 30-40 minute drive from Florence.
• Or Siena: Known for its stunning medieval architecture, the Piazza del Campo, and the Siena Cathedral, it's about an hour away from Florence by train or car.
Yes, you can mix them, like Lucca, Pisa and San Gimignano, it depends what time you start your day and how you move around.

Uffizi Gallery ticket you can buy online on Uffizi.it and Accademia Gallery ticket on GalleriaAccademiaFirenze.it.

Best Hotels in Florence

Hotel Stars Price/Photo
Hotel La Gemma 5 VIEW
Hotel Bernini Palace 5 VIEW
Villa Cora 5 VIEW
Dimora Palanca 5 VIEW
The Westin Excelsior, Florence 5 VIEW
Rocco Forte Hotel Savoy 5 VIEW
Hotel Lungarno - Lungarno Collection 5 VIEW
Donati Luxury Tower Suites 5 VIEW
NH Collection Palazzo Gaddi 5 VIEW
Hotel Kraft 4 VIEW
Hotel Berchielli 4 VIEW
Hotel Rapallo 4 VIEW
Hotel Monna Lisa 4 VIEW
Solo Experience Hotel 4 VIEW
Hotel Executive 4 VIEW
The Market Urban Hotel 4 VIEW
Hotel Pendini 3 VIEW
Hotel Davanzati 3 VIEW
4F Boutique Hotel Florence 3 VIEW

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Day 8-10: Venice

The same option, the trip Florencde/Sienna to Venice can be made on high-speed trains Italotreno and Trenitalia, oficcial websites mentione befere, look above please.

• Travel to Venice. Explore St. Mark's Square, St. Mark's Basilica, and the Doge's Palace.

• Take a gondola ride, visit Murano and Burano islands, and wander through Venice's charming streets.

DAY 10
• Explore more of Venice's hidden gems, visit less touristy areas like Cannaregio or Dorsoduro.

Best Hotels in Venice

Hotel Stars Price/Photo
Violino d'Oro Venezia 5 VIEW
Nolinski Venezia 5 VIEW
The Venice Venice Hotel 5 VIEW
Palazzo Maria Formosa 5 VIEW
Radisson Collection Hotel, Palazzo Nani Venice 5 VIEW
Londra Palace Venezia 5 VIEW
Ca'di Dio-Small Luxury Hotel 5 VIEW
The St. Regis Venice 5 VIEW
Palazzina Grassi 5 VIEW
Splendid Venice - Starhotels Collezione 4 VIEW
Hotel Dei Dragomanni 4 VIEW
Hotel Ai Cavalieri di Venezia 4 VIEW
Carnival Palace - Venice Collection 4 VIEW
H10 Palazzo Canova 4 VIEW
Hotel Casanova 4 VIEW
Pesaro Palace 3 VIEW

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Day 11-13: Amalfi Coast

The same option as before I mentioned, the trip Venice - Naples can be made on fast trains Italotreno and Trenitalia. From Naples to Sorrento, there are a few transportation options available to travel from Naples to Sorrento. Each mode of transport has its own schedule and pricing, so it's a good idea to check the current timetables and prices based on your travel dates and preferences.

Train: You can take the Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento from Naples Centrale. The Circumvesuviana line connects Naples to various towns around Mount Vesuvius, including Sorrento. Trains run frequently, and the journey takes about an hour.
Bus: There are buses that operate between Naples and Sorrento as well. They are a convenient option and can take around 1.5 to 2 hours depending on traffic.
Ferry/Boat: During the tourist season, there are also ferries that run from Naples to Sorrento. The ferry ride usually takes around 40-50 minutes.

DAY 11
• It would be good if you make Sorrento your hub in this location, and it will be easier to travel along the entire coast.
• Travel to the Amalfi Coast. Visit Positano, explore its narrow streets and beaches.

DAY 12
• Visit Ravello, known for its gardens and panoramic views, and explore Amalfi town.

DAY 13
• Take a boat tour along the coast, visit Capri if time allows, and enjoy the stunning scenery. Or spend more time in Amalfi, Positano, Praiano.
SITA Bus: From Sorrento, you can take a SITA bus to Amalfi. The journey takes about 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic and schedules, there's a kiosk from where you can also buy SITA bus tickets, the price is 2,90 euros. Once in Amalfi, you can catch another bus or a taxi up to Ravello, which is about a 20-30 minute ride from Amalfi. Or it can be made by private car.

Best Hotels in Sorrento

Hotel Stars Private Beach Price/Photo
Grand Hotel Ambasciatori 5 Yes VIEW
Parco dei Principi 5 Yes VIEW
Grand Hotel Royal 5 Yes VIEW
Grand Hotel Aminta 5 No VIEW
Bellevue Syrene 5 Yes VIEW
Grand Hotel La Favorita 5 No VIEW
Grand Hotel de la Ville 4 No VIEW
Grand Hotel Riviera 4 Yes VIEW
Hotel Rivoli Sorrento 4 No VIEW
Maison La Minervetta 4 No VIEW
Hotel Antiche Mura 4 No VIEW
Hotel Continental 4 No VIEW
Hotel Bristol 4 No VIEW
Hotel Belair 4 No VIEW
Relais Regina Giovanna 3 Yes VIEW
Hotel La Badia 3 No VIEW
Sorrento Lemons View 3 No VIEW
Relais Sorrento Terrace and Relax 3 No VIEW
Hotel Villa Fiorita 3 No VIEW
Hotel Rivoli Sorrento 3 No VIEW
Hotel Mignon Meublè 3 No VIEW

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How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy - Ravello

Day 14: Free Time

Free time and return flight. Back to the city, depends on where you are flying from to your country.

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