21 Days in Switzerland & Italy Itinerary

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How to Spend 3 Weeks in Switzerland & Italy

Discover the heart of Switzerland and Italy with our 21 day tour itinerary, where majestic Alps meet Renaissance splendor.

This meticulously crafted 3 week tour itinerary blends scenic beauty, cultural heritage, and unforgettable experiences, promising the journey of a lifetime.

Destination On Our 21 Day Switzerland & Italy Tour

Day 1 – 3: Lucerne & Mount Pilatus

Day 4 – 5: Interlaken & Jungfraujoch

Day 6: Lake Thun and Lake Brienz

Day 7 – 8: Zermatt & Matterhorn

Day 9: Montreux

Day 10: Lausanne 

Day 11 & 12: Rome

Day 13: Vatican City

Day 14-16: Orvieto and Umbria

Day 17: Siena and Winery Visits

Day 18 & 19: Florence 

Day 20: Day Trip from Florence to Cinque Terre

Day 21: Departure from Florence Airport

Day 1: Arrival in Lucerne with Old Town Exploration

Lucerne, Switzerland

Begin your Swiss exploration with a captivating stay in Lucerne, a city nestled amidst the breathtaking Swiss Alps. Upon arrival in Lucerne, your private guide will usher you into the heart of the city’s captivating Old Town. 

Lucerne’s Old Town, Chapel Bridge, and the Lion Monument

Traverse winding cobblestone streets as centuries-old buildings adorned with intricate frescoes tower overhead. Your guide will lead you to the iconic Chapel Bridge, a symbol of Lucerne’s history and resilience, adorned with beautiful paintings depicting scenes from the city’s past. 

As you cross the bridge, your guide will illuminate the significance of each mural, offering insights into Lucerne’s rich cultural heritage.

Next, you’ll encounter the solemn yet poignant Lion Monument, a masterful sculpture commemorating Swiss Guards who fell during the French Revolution. Your guide will narrate the monument’s history, revealing the emotions and stories encapsulated within its stone façade. 

As you stroll through the Old Town’s charming squares and hidden alleys, you’ll be transported back in time and gain a deeper understanding of Lucerne’s storied past and vibrant present.

Day 2: Mount Pilatus Adventure with Cogwheel Train Journey

Cable Car to Mount Pilatus, Switzerland

Rise in Lucerne in the morning as you prepare for a thrilling journey to Mount Pilatus, accompanied by your knowledgeable guide. 

Boarding the world’s steepest cogwheel train, you’ll ascend through verdant alpine meadows, passing rugged cliffs and cascading streams. Throughout the journey, your guide will share fascinating anecdotes about the mountain’s geological features and the flora and fauna that call it home. 

Guided Tour of Mount Pilatus

Upon reaching the summit, you’ll be greeted by breathtaking panoramas of the Swiss Alps, stretching as far as the eye can see. 

Your guide will lead you to vantage points offering the most spectacular views, ensuring you capture the essence of this majestic landscape. 

Whether you choose to explore hiking trails, test your courage on the toboggan run, or simply revel in the tranquility of the mountain peak, your guide will be on hand to enrich your experience with insights and local lore.

Day 3: Lake Lucerne Discovery and Village Exploration

Lake Lucerne, Boat Trip, Switzerland

On day 3, you will take to the water on a leisurely boat tour of Lake Lucerne.

As you glide across the azure waters, your guide will regale you with tales of the lake’s storied past, from ancient legends to modern-day significance. Along the way, you’ll pass by charming lakeside villages, each with its unique character and charm. 

Disembark at picturesque hamlets such as Weggis or Vitznau, where your guide will lead you through winding streets and historic landmarks. Sample local delicacies at lakeside cafes, interact with friendly locals and immerse yourself in the serene ambiance of these idyllic Swiss villages. 

Throughout the tour, your guide will offer insights into local customs, traditions, and lifestyles, providing a deeper appreciation for the region’s cultural heritage.

Day 4: Exploring Interlaken

Interlaken, Switzerland

Begin your day with a one hour transfer to Interlaken, a journey that gradually reveals the breathtaking landscapes of the Bernese Oberland. As you approach Interlaken, the panoramic vistas of alpine meadows and towering mountains set the stage for your adventures ahead.

Nestled between the sparkling waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz and guarded by the majestic peaks of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau, Interlaken is the perfect base for exploring the central Swiss Alps.

Discovering Interlaken

Upon arrival, take the opportunity to acquaint yourself with this charming town. 

Join your guide for a walking tour that begins along the Höheweg, Interlaken’s main avenue, which offers stunning views of the Jungfrau. Explore the town’s quaint shops, cozy cafes, and verdant gardens, all while soaking in the vibrant atmosphere of this alpine paradise.

Day 5: Majestic Jungfraujoch

Jungfraujoch, Sphinx Observatory, Switzerland

On day five, we have an unforgettable guided day trip planned to Jungfraujoch, known as the “Top of Europe.” The journey involves a remarkable train ride, weaving through the Eiger and Mönch mountains, culminating at one of Switzerland’s most awe-inspiring vantage points.

Jungfraujoch Summit

At the summit of Jungfraujoch with your private guide, you’ll enter a world where snow and ice reign supreme. 

Your first stop is the Sphinx Observatory, an astronomical observatory perched at one of the highest points accessible by railway, offering breathtaking 360-degree views of the Aletsch Glacier and surrounding peaks. 

Step onto the observation deck to feel the icy air and gaze out over a landscape that stretches to the horizon. Next, delve into the heart of the glacier by exploring the Ice Palace, a mesmerizing network of ice-carved tunnels and sculptures that glimmer beneath the surface. 

Your guide will share fascinating insights into the glacier’s formation and the history of human exploration in this remote region. Don’t miss the chance to snap photos at the Alpine Sensation, a tribute to the pioneering spirit of those who built the railway, connecting you to the awe-inspiring natural beauty and human ingenuity that define Jungfraujoch.

Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen

Your adventure includes stops in the picturesque villages of Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen. 

In Grindelwald, admire the dramatic north face of the Eiger. Lauterbrunnen, with its 72 waterfalls, offers a serene contrast, inviting you to explore its lush valleys and steep cliffs.

This was the best trip ever! Marc is such a great tour guide. He knows all about the history of Switzerland and takes you to the most beautiful secret places not even most locals know about. He took me to the most beautiful towns and we saw farm animals like goats and cows. He also took me to this wonderful waterfall and incredible towns where the scenery is breathtaking! He even took me to the mountains where I was able to get the best Swiss cheese that we used for a traditional Swiss lunch. He found the perfect spot for a picnic and brought fresh fruit from a local farm and it was the best I’ve ever had! He even brought me a special birthday cake. Marc and his company Private Tours Switzerland is hands down the best tour guide company. I highly recommend using them if you want a private tour (or group) to see all the amazing places that Switzerland offers. I will be booking with him again when I return.
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Day 6: Lake Thun and Lake Brienz

Thun Castle, Switzerland

Spend your day discovering the historic castles and vibrant towns that dot the shores of Lake Thun. Visit the fairytale-like Thun Castle and the charming lakeside town of Spiez, where vineyards and medieval architecture create a picturesque setting.

Lake Thun

Start with the enchanting Thun Castle, perched high above the town, offering panoramic views of the lake and the Alps beyond. 

This historic fortress, with its distinctive towers, houses a museum that narrates the region’s past. 

Then, venture to the picturesque lakeside town of Spiez, nestled in a bay on Lake Thun. The harmonious blend of vineyard-clad hills, ancient churches, and the stunning Spiez Castle create an idyllic backdrop for leisurely exploration. 

The castle, with its thousand-year-old foundations, provides a glimpse into medieval life, while the adjacent vineyards invite you to savor the local wines.

Lake Brienz

As the day progresses, your driver will deliver you to the shores of Lake Brienz, renowned for its striking turquoise hue that contrasts beautifully with the lush greenery and towering mountains. 

Make a stop at the village of Brienz, famed for its rich tradition of woodcarving. This artistic heritage is evident in the intricate works displayed in local shops and the Swiss Woodcarving Museum. 

Strolling through Brienz, with its beautifully preserved wooden chalets, feels like stepping into a storybook. The artistry of the woodcarvings adds a unique cultural dimension to the natural splendor of the area.

Day 7: Arrival and Exploration in Zermatt

Zermatt, Switzerland

The next chapter of your Swiss adventure is two days in Zermatt, a charming village at the foot of the iconic Matterhorn. 

Zermatt, with its car-free streets and traditional alpine architecture, offers a tranquil retreat and a gateway to some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes in the Swiss Alps.

Discovering Zermatt

Spend your afternoon with your private guide on a discovery tour of Zermatt’s center. Wander along the narrow lanes lined with traditional wooden chalets, browse through the boutique shops for unique alpine souvenirs, and visit the Matterhorn Museum to uncover the region’s rich history of mountaineering and cultural heritage.

Culinary Delights

Indulge in the local cuisine at one of Zermatt’s cozy restaurants or mountain inns. Savor traditional Swiss dishes such as raclette and fondue, accompanied by regional Valais wines, as you soak in the picturesque surroundings.

Day 8: Adventures at the Matterhorn & Gornergrat

Gornergrat Train Station, Zermatt, Switzerland

Embark on an unforgettable ride aboard the Gornergrat Railway, climbing to over 3,000 meters above sea level. This cogwheel train gradually unveils panoramic views, leading to one of the most spectacular vantage points in the Alps.

Majestic Views from Gornergrat

Upon reaching the Gornergrat summit, stand in awe of the 360-degree views encompassing the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, and a multitude of other peaks and glaciers. 

Take a moment to capture photos, breathe in the crisp alpine air, and perhaps enjoy a warm drink at the summit café.

Hiking and Nature Trails

For those eager to connect more deeply with nature, Gornergrat offers a variety of hiking trails that cater to all levels. 

Choose a path that leads you through fragrant alpine meadows and past serene mountain lakes and offers up-close encounters with the local flora and fauna.

As evening approaches, consider the unique opportunity to gaze at the stars. Zermatt’s high altitude and clear skies make it an ideal location for stargazing. Join a guided night walk or find a quiet spot to marvel at the above constellations.

Day 9: Montreux Exploration

Chillon Castle, Switzerland

Begin your day by departing from your Zermatt and making your way to the beautiful lakeside town of Montreux with your private driver guide.

Chillon Castle

Your first stop will be the magnificent Chillon Castle, situated on the shores of Lake Geneva. 

Explore this medieval fortress, which dates back to the 12th century, and immerse yourself in its rich history. Wander through the castle’s impressive halls, chambers, and courtyards, marveling at the well-preserved architecture and stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountains. 

Your guide will reveal tales of the castle’s storied past, including its role in Swiss history and its associations with famous literary figures such as Lord Byron.

Montreux Riviera

After visiting Chillon Castle, take a stroll along the picturesque Montreux Riviera. 

Enjoy the charming ambiance of this lakeside promenade, lined with palm trees, flower-filled gardens, and inviting cafes. Admire the breathtaking views of Lake Geneva and the Alps as you wander along the waterfront, soaking in the beauty of your surroundings. 

Take the opportunity to relax and unwind by the lake, perhaps enjoying a refreshing drink or sampling some local Swiss delicacies at a lakeside restaurant.

Day 10: Return to Zurich via Lausanne

Lausanne, Switzerland

On your final day, before returning to Zurich for departure, make a brief stop in the vibrant city of Lausanne. 


Situated on the northern shore of Lake Geneva, Lausanne is known for its picturesque old town, lively cultural scene, and stunning waterfront promenades. 

Along with your guide, explore the historic city center, admiring the charming medieval architecture and visiting landmarks such as the Lausanne Cathedral and the Olympic Museum. 

Return to Zurich

After your visit to Lausanne, continue your journey back to Zurich for your departure. 

Arrive in Zurich with plenty of time to catch your onward flight or continue your travels elsewhere. 

Great service. Excellent and experienced guide (Marc). Peaceful day with beauty all around us. Marc took us to places off the beaten path and was intent to insure we did the things we wanted to do most. Very attentive to our needs. Highly recommend this high value tour!
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Day 11: Arrival in Rome

Trevi Fountain, Italy

Today, you board the flight in Zurich for the brief 1.5-hour transfer to Rome, the capital of Italy!

Exploring the Eternal City

Begin your Roman adventure with a guided tour of the Pantheon, an architectural masterpiece that has stood as a testament to the ingenuity of Roman engineering for millennia. 

Marvel at its grandeur and the oculus that opens to the sky, symbolizing the connection between the Roman gods and the city.

Journey through the bustling piazzas and winding streets, where each turn reveals iconic landmarks like the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona. These sites are not just beautiful but chapters in Rome’s extensive narrative, from its pagan roots to its Christian transformation.

Discover the lesser-known tales of Rome, such as the true site of Julius Caesar’s assassination, away from the more frequented paths of the Roman Forum. Unveil the stories that vividly depict ancient Roman life and its reflection in the city’s modern pulse.

Food & Wine Under Roman Skies

As dusk falls, let our Food & Wine expert guide you to the best culinary experiences Rome has to offer. From traditional ‘trattorias’ serving classic Roman dishes like Carbonara and Amatriciana to quaint wine bars, savor the flavors that define Roman cuisine.

Day 12: The Majesty of Ancient Rome

Colosseum, Rome, Italy

As a city that can lay claim to being perhaps the most fascinating archeological capital in the world, it’s only fitting that we spend day 12 delving into the iconic sites of Rome.

The Colosseum Arena

Begin your second day in Rome with a visit to the iconic Colosseum, a symbol of Rome’s architectural and engineering prowess. 

With exclusive skip-the-line access, you’ll step into the arena where gladiators once battled, learning the true stories behind the myths from your private guide.

The Legendary Palatine Hill

Journey next to the Palatine Hill, steeped in legend as the founding site of Rome in 753 BC. 

As you walk through the ruins of imperial palaces, your guide will evoke the opulent lives of the emperors who resided here, offering a glimpse into the grandeur of ancient Roman civilization.

The Roman Forum: Rome’s Epicenter

Continue your historical exploration of the Roman Forum, the nucleus of Roman public life for centuries. 

Wander among the remnants of temples, government buildings, and marketplaces that once hosted the vibrant daily affairs of one of history’s greatest empires, brought to life by your guide’s vivid storytelling.

Accommodation in Rome.

Day 13: A Journey Through Vatican City

Vatican City in Rome, Italy

Day 3 will see you make an extraordinary journey to Vatican City, the heart of Catholicism and a treasure trove of art and history. Despite its modest size, the Vatican’s influence and beauty are monumental, housing some of the most revered artistic masterpieces in the world.

The Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums

Begin your exploration with a visit to the Vatican Museums, where your private guide will reveal the stories behind the vast art collections amassed by popes over centuries. 

The highlight is undoubtedly the Sistine Chapel, where you’ll stand beneath Michelangelo’s breathtaking ceiling frescoes, a testament to human creativity and divine inspiration.

Peter’s Basilica and the Pieta

Continue to St. Peter’s Basilica, the world’s largest and perhaps most magnificent church. Inside, encounter Michelangelo’s Pieta, a sculpture that captures the sorrow and beauty of the Madonna and Christ. 

Your guide will provide insights into the Basilica’s architectural wonders and its significance to the faithful.

Castel Sant’Angelo: From Tomb to Fortress

Conclude your Vatican experience with a visit to Castel Sant’Angelo. 

Originally Emperor Hadrian’s mausoleum, this imposing structure has transformed over the centuries. Wander its corridors to uncover its history as a fortress, prison, and papal residence. The panoramic views from its rooftop offer a breathtaking perspective of Rome.

Day 14: Rolling Hills of Umbria & Orvieto’s Medieval Charm

Orvieto, Umbria, Italy

Join your private driver for the scenic drive north of Rome to the tranquil town of Bracciano, known for its pristine lake and the majestic Odescalchi Castle. 

This well-preserved fortress offers a glimpse into the grandeur of Renaissance architecture and the lavish lifestyles of its former inhabitants, famously serving as the romantic backdrop for high-profile weddings.

Discovering Umbria

Continue your journey into Umbria, often referred to as ‘the green heart of Italy’ due to its lush landscapes and rich agricultural traditions. 

This region is celebrated for its rolling hills, dense forests, and fertile valleys, which offer a serene escape from bustling city life.

Orvieto’s Etruscan origins and medieval architecture make it a fascinating destination for history enthusiasts and culture seekers alike.

Visit the stunning Orvieto Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture with its striking façade adorned with intricate mosaics and sculptures. The Duomo is a testament to the town’s artistic and spiritual heritage, housing precious artworks and relics.

Patrick’s Well & Etruscan Legacies

Descend into the depths of St. Patrick’s Well, an architectural feat designed with a double helix staircase. This historical well, built to ensure water supply during sieges, showcases the ingenuity of Renaissance engineering.

Uncover Orvieto’s ancient roots with a visit to the Etruscan tombs, offering a window into the mysterious civilization that once thrived in this region. 

These archaeological sites provide insight into the Etruscans’ daily life, beliefs, and artistic achievements.

Overnight in Orvieto

Conclude your day with a relaxing stay in Orvieto, allowing you to further soak in the town’s tranquil ambiance and historic beauty. 

Day 15: Truffle Delights and Historical Journeys in Umbria

Truffle Hunting, Umbria, Italy

Set off on an authentic truffle hunting expedition in the verdant hills of Umbria, guided by a local family. This immersive experience offers a glimpse into the traditional truffle hunting techniques and the integral role these prized fungi play in Umbrian cuisine.

Culinary Delights: Pasta and Truffles

After the hunt, indulge in a hearty lunch featuring the day’s finds. For those interested, there’s also the opportunity to learn how to make pasta from experts, combining freshly harvested truffles with handmade pasta for a genuinely Umbrian feast.

Exploring Umbria’s Historic Towns

In the afternoon, choose between visiting the picturesque town of Spello, known for its floral adorned streets and ancient Roman architecture, or Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis, with its stunning Basilica and serene spiritual atmosphere.

Alternatively, savor the flavors of Umbria with a visit to a local winery. Delight in the renowned Montefalco wines, which are a perfect introduction to the region’s rich viticultural heritage.

Accommodation in Perugia

Rest in the heart of Perugia, surrounded by the city’s historical elegance and the sweet scent of chocolates, a fitting end to a day filled with unique Umbrian experiences.

Me and my husband wanted to see the unseen parts of Switzerland. In this attempt, we were googling through a lot of things and came across Private Tours Switzerland and we are happy that we did. Since this was weekend outing, we decided for the hidden gems day trip. Joshua was always responsive and was clear about everything during the entire booking process. On the day of the trip, our guide Roland was on time and was great - friendly, cooperative and enthusiastic. He was experienced about the weather so we are able to get better views everywhere. We loved the trip, the places were serene and beautiful. The car was comfortable. Would definitely contact them in future for more interesting and longer trips to explore Switzerland..
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Day 16: From Perugian Chocolates to Tuscan Delights

Val d’Orcia, Tuscany, Italy

Begin your day with a visit to a chocolate workshop in Perugia, where you can dive hands-first into the art of chocolate making, crafting your own Perugino delights under the guidance of local artisans.

Journey to Tuscany

Bid farewell to Umbria as you transition into the rolling hills of Tuscany. This region is steeped in history, culture, and epicurean excellence, tracing its lineage back to the ancient Etruscans.

Pienza: A Renaissance Dream

Wander through Pienza, known as the ‘ideal Renaissance town,’ and learn about Pope Pius II’s vision of creating a harmonious humanist urban environment.

The Beauty of Val d’Orcia

Enjoy a scenic drive through Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage site celebrated for its quintessential Tuscan landscape of undulating hills and verdant valleys, immortalized in countless works of art and film.

Your day culminates at a local agriturismo in Pienza. Experience the genuine warmth of Tuscan hospitality, savor a dinner crafted from local produce, and retire amidst the tranquility of the Tuscan countryside.

Day 17: Siena’s Historical Splendor

Siena Cathedral, Italy

Day 17 is dedicated to uncovering the rich history and architectural wonders of Siena, a city renowned for its well-preserved medieval streetscape and vibrant cultural heritage. 

With your licensed guide, meander through the winding alleys and grand squares that define this Tuscan gem.

The Duomo and Piazza del Campo

Visit the stunning Siena Cathedral, a masterpiece of Italian Gothic architecture, and stroll through the Piazza del Campo, the heart of the city and the venue for the famous Palio horse race. Each step in Siena is a step back in time, revealing stories of rivalry, artistry, and community.

A Journey Through Tuscan Wineries

The afternoon unfolds with a journey into the heart of Tuscany’s renowned wine country. 

Visit select wineries where the rich traditions of Italian viticulture come to life. Engage with local vintners, uncovering the nuances of their craft, and savor the complex flavors of their finest creations.

From the robust Chianti to the refined Brunello di Montalcino, this experience is a deep dive into the world of Tuscan wines. Learn about the region’s unique terroir, the art of wine pairing, and the intricate process of winemaking that has been honed over generations.

Evening in Siena

Return to Siena for a restful evening as the sun sets over the Tuscan hills. 

Day 18: Tuscan Vistas and Culinary Mastery

Tuscan Cooking Class, Italy

Begin your day with the option to explore iconic Tuscan towns. With its towering medieval skyscrapers, San Gimignano offers a glimpse into the region’s feudal past, while Volterra, less trodden but equally captivating, showcases Etruscan legacies and alabaster artistry.

Cooking Class in a Chianti Villa

The highlight of the day is an exclusive cooking class set in a private villa nestled within the picturesque Chianti hills. 

Under the guidance of expert chefs, delve into the preparation of traditional Tuscan dishes, using fresh, local ingredients that embody the essence of the region’s cuisine.

The cooking class culminates in a communal meal, where you’ll enjoy the fruits of your labor paired with exquisite local wines, overlooking the rolling vineyards and olive groves that epitomize the Tuscan landscape.

Arrival in Florence

As the day wanes, journey to Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance. This city of art, history, and culture awaits to enchant you with its timeless beauty and vibrant energy.

Your Tuscan adventure concludes with a stay in Florence, where the marvels of the Renaissance and the spirit of modern Italy converge, promising more unforgettable experiences in the days to come.

Day 19: Florence’s Renaissance Heart

Florence, Italy

Florence, the city that ignited the Renaissance, beckons with its rich history, unparalleled art, and vibrant culture. 

Start your day with a guided tour through the city’s historic streets, where every corner and piazza tells a story of creativity, ambition, and genius.

Iconic Landmarks and Hidden Gems

Journey through time from Florence’s Roman roots to its Renaissance zenith. Marvel at the architectural splendor of Piazza Duomo and the historic Ponte Vecchio. Explore Orsanmichele and Piazza della Repubblica, soaking in the city’s artistic and architectural wonders.

Uffizi and Accademia Galleries

No visit to Florence is complete without experiencing the masterpieces housed in the Galleria degli Uffizi and the Galleria dell’Accademia. 

Stand in awe of Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Michelangelo’s David, each work a testament to the artistic genius that flourished in this city.

Evening in Florence.

Day 20: Private Guided Day Tour from Florence: Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre, Vernazza, Italy

Embark on a captivating journey from Florence to the rugged coastlines and vibrant villages of the Cinque Terre. 

This exclusive guided tour offers a deep dive into the unique landscape, colorful culture, and rich history of these five iconic seaside towns nestled along the Italian Riviera.

Riomaggiore: Gateway to the Cinque Terre

Arrive in Riomaggiore, the southernmost of the Cinque Terre villages. With its vibrant houses perched along steep terraces and a charming harbor, Riomaggiore offers a picturesque introduction to the region’s unique charm.

Manarola: Postcard-Perfect Views

Next, visit Manarola, known for its stunning sea views and lush vineyards. Wander through the narrow streets, explore the waterfront, and capture the iconic scenery that makes Manarola a photographer’s dream.

Vernazza: The Gem of the Cinque Terre

Continue to Vernazza, arguably the most beautiful of the five villages. With its natural harbor, historic castle, and quaint piazza, Vernazza provides a perfect backdrop for exploring Ligurian culture and architecture.

Return to Florence

Reflect on a day filled with natural beauty, cultural richness, and unforgettable memories as you journey back to Florence. 

Had a wonderful day with Marc as we toured hidden gems. Each location was beautiful and we had perfect views and hikes tailored for our family of 5. He was knowledgeable on the area and flexible in changing to meet whatever we were wanting. We had a traditional picnic in the base of a lovely mountain and hiked to several waterfalls. No one else on the trail. I would highly recommend if you like to be off the beaten path.
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Day 21: Airport Transfer

On day 21, enjoy a smooth private transfer to the airport, bidding farewell to the enchanting landscapes of Switzerland and Italy. With memories of majestic Alps, Renaissance art, and picturesque villages, board your flight home, carrying the essence of this unforgettable 21-day journey in your heart.

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