Estense Castle (Ferrara) /Rialto Bridge (Venice) /Scrovegni Chapel (Padova)

Summary:Full Day Tour
A:Verona & Padova
B:Bologna & Ferrara
C:Dolomites & Cortina d’Ampezzo

Duration:9 hours approx.
Pickup at 8:00 at the ship / Drop off at 17:00 at the ship
* Can be changed depending on the time available for disembarkation

Meeting place:At the exit of your cruise ship
Your driver will be waiting holding a sign with your name.

  • It is a private tour only for you by private car.
  • The charge is per vehicle (not per person), taxes and all necessary expenses are included, there is no additional charge except in special cases.
  • Our driver has all necessary authorizations to drive to the security area at the port and arrive right by your cruise ship, at the tent. You don’t have to walk or take the shuttle inside the port.
  • All our cars are registered and authorized as “N.C.C.” (Automobile for hire) and can pass through the traffic control areas in the city.
  • We promise comfortable transportation with business class luxury cars such as Mercedes.
  • Lunch and admission to museums are not included.
  • An English-speaking Italian driver will guide you.
  • If you would like an English tourist guide, we will arrange it without any brokerage fee.
  • Note: When visiting the Vatican, individuals were previously able to pass through St. Peter’s Basilica after visiting the museum, but the rules have been tightened since July 2019, and only when accompanied by an official guide is allowed. Official guides are a great way to save time.
  • A:1-3 Passengers
  • € 620
  • B・C:1-3 Passengers
  • € 670
  • Per each additional passenger
  • € 40
  • Price include: Private Mercedes-Benz vehicle, Professional tour driver, All taxes, Fuel, Tolls, Parking fees
    Price exclude: Entrance fees, Meals
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A:Verona & Padova

It takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes from the port to Verona, and it is the famous "City of Love" as the stage of Romeo and Juliet. Every year, during Valentine's Day, an event called "Verona in Love" is held to liven up the love of lovers. The arena (amphitheater), which is also a symbol of the town, was built in the 1st century and is huge with a capacity of 22,000 people. It is a precious ancient ruin that remains in almost perfect shape. The outdoor opera festival, held every summer, attracts opera fans from all over the world in this small town.
After that, we will take you to Padua, which is known as the university town. Perhaps the main attraction of this town is the Scrovegni Chapel. Giotto's The Last Judgment is a must-see for art fans. We recommend booking online in advance, even during the off-season. Here in Padua, there is also Europe's oldest botanical garden "Orto Botanico", which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

B:Bologna & Ferrara

It takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes from the port, we will take you to the art town of Bologna. Famous for its international trade fairs, it is also Italy's leading business city. In addition, a unique portico arcade called Portico is a specialty of this town. Built by the medieval city planning, Portico has a total length of 38km and is spread all over the town, so you can enjoy shopping without getting wet even on rainy days.
After Bologna, we will take you to Ferrara. The town where the Este family lived in the 13th and 16th centuries, the planned town is considered to be Europe's first modern city. The Renaissance city and the Po Delta were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1995.

C:Dolomites & Cortina d’Ampezzo

It takes about 2.5 hours from the port, you will arrive at Lake Misurina overlooking the rocky peaks of Tre Cime, the symbol of the Dolomites. The Dolomites massif towering northeast of Italy, with 18 peaks over 3000m, such as peaks, rock walls, glaciers and karst grounds, etc. the magnificent landscape created by nature is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After exploring Lake Misurina, head to Cortina d'Ampezzo, also known as the pearl of the Dolomites, a summer resort for celebrities in the summer and a mecca for alpine skiing in the winter.
* It will be enforced only in the summer (May-September).