Hello! I'm coming to the experts as you all made my trip to Alaska one of the best!
My husband and I are finally taking a trip to Italy. We are using a friend who books trips to Italy specifically to book our accommodations and transfers but he has asked us what we would like to do each day and we have no idea. It will be March and still cold, yes? What can we do and see during your "winter" months? We love to walk and our friend convinced us not to pack in too much each day so that we can experience the "real" Italy.
Here is our itinerary:
Seeing David statue and Accademia and have cooking class scheduled
Seeing Vatican, Ancient Rome etc. Also visiting a shoemaker
Day 8-10: Venice based near Sestiere Castello
Seeing Doge's Palace
Seeing fashion district and Last Supper.
My husband loves animals so zoos and aquariums are not off the table. He wants to visit the Hot Springs in Tuscany but that is as far as we've gotten with our planning. We rode bikes in Alaska so we are not opposed to biking in Italy. We love looking at waterfalls, nature, scenery. Leisurely is the key!! We will have to save Southern Italy and Sicily for our next trip when it's warmer and we can enjoy the beaches. We love the beach! Thanks in advance!!