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What to do in Italy in 07 days?

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What to do in Italy in 07 days?

Have you started organizing your trip to Italy, and you only have 7 days and don’t know where to start? This post will help you to decide what to visit in Italy in 7 days. We have good news and not-so-good news: the good news is that we have a post on “How many days do I need to visit the main tourist spots in Italy”, there you will find all the tips on how long it really take you to visit Italy! Now for our special post of the day: what to visit in Italy in 7 days? Stay with us and make the best of Boot Country! Here at Your Travel to Italy with Ana Patricia you make the trip of your dreams!!! ALSO: see our “Accommodation in Italy – Tips for your holidays!”  Read also: Examples of Itineraries in Italy!


The not-so-good news is that 7 days is a really short period of time to actually get to know this country, but it has a bright side: in seven days you can visit at least the main tourist cities (all very quickly) so you will start to understand why this country is so famous in the world and, you will already want to start planning a second trip, with more time available.


As I had commented in the post: “What to do in Italy in ten days” the country seems small and the distances seem short, but in reality none of this works concretely: Italy consistes of so many important cities of art (which need more than a few days to visit) and so many wonderful villages, not to mention monuments, beaches, churches, etc. The truth is that we will never stop discovering something new in this incredible country! In my opinion with 7 days the ideal means of transport is the high speed train. Want to know more? Click here! What is the difference between trains in Italy? A basic and fast route could be something like that with the train.


Traveling by train in Italy

Did you know that Trenitalia is the main Italian company dedicated to the management of rail transport. Find out here “What is the difference between trains in Italy?”. Buy your ticket online in advance and save a lot, read the Post “How to buy a train ticket in Italy?“.  Read below the Route through Italy in 7 days with the train!

1) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY ONE

Day 1: Arrival in ROME: Arriving in Rome, start with visits, so try to arrive in the morning.

2) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY TWO

Day 2: Visits in Rome: The second day is “D-day”, it is time to have a hearty breakfast, read the day’s itinerary and leave for the visits. What you didn’t see on the first day, you can see on the second, maybe even on the third, but buy tickets in advance, otherwise you are likely to spend half the day in line at the box office!
Read here How to buy tickets in advance for the main monuments in Italy ?

3) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY THREE

Day 3: Visits in Rome: Finish visiting everything you didn’t have time to see in the first two days! If you don’t know what to visit, see our post: What to do in Rome in 2 days?


  • Click on the link Rome to see all tips on itineraries, monuments, tickets, round trips, meals and more in Rome. We have more than 50 posts about the capital.
  • Be sure to read this post to learn how to buy your tickets. How to Buy a Train Ticket Online?
  • Always buy a map of the city.

4) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY FOUR

Day 4: Departure to Florence: Departure to Florence by train. Organize the trip by choosing the main spots and time, because this itinerary is precious! Take the train from Rome to Florence.

5) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY FIVE

Day 5: Visits in Florence: Make quick morning visits and in the afternoon leave for Venice.

6) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY SIX

Day 6: Visit in Venice: Visit Venice and in the late afternoon leave on the high speed train for Rome; unless your flight leaves from Venice. Overnight in Venice or in Rome.

7) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY SEVEN

Day 7: Departure to Brazil: Remember to check the weight of your bags, your flight schedule and your passport.


Traveling by car in Italy

How about if I give you an option of itinerary with a rented car? Let’s go? If you are renting a car be sure to read our posts in the section Driving in Italy on the blog Your Travel to Italy. In addition to car itinerary tips, we have everything about signage, tolls, roads and many more tips.

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No parking spots!  

This option is ideal if you like to drive, however, it is important to know that in touristic cities there are places (like old towns) where PARKING is PROHIBITED, and only residents’ cars can be there! So it is important not to go to these places without knowing timetables and traffic limits, so as not to take unnecessary fines. PAY ATTENTION! In Italy it is common for them to tow the car or put that hubcap that blocks the vehicle’s exit! Take care, alright?!

How to know where these spots are?

See the post How not to get fined in Italy – ZTL that talks about it, but anyway another tip for those who are unsure about it, is to park a little outside the downtown and take a walk; if you don’t want to walk, spend a little more, and take a taxi or public transport.

1) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY ONE

Day 1: Arrival in Milan: Choose a flight that arrives in the morning to be able to stroll during the day. Take the rented car at the airport and visit Milan.

2) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY TWO

Day 2: Departure to Venice: Passing through Verona, visit Verona and Venice; NB: parking lots in Venice are very expensive so you should sleep in Venice Mestre, which is located fifteen minutes from Venice. To go to Venice, just take one of the many public buses that leaves every 20 minutes. (usually!). Read our Special Post on Hosting and don’t get yourself into hot water. Click Here!

3) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY THREE

Day 3: Visit to Venice: In the morning a visit to Venice and after lunch departure to Florence.

4) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY FOUR

Day 4: Visit to Florence: Spend the day visiting Florence.

5) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY FIVE

Day 5: Departure to Rome: Departure to Rome with a stop in Assisi or Siena for a quick visit. Arrive in Rome in the late afternoon.

6) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY SIX

Day 6: Visit to Rome: Spend the day visiting Rome.

7) What to visit in Italy in 7 days? DAY SEVEN

Day 7: Visit to Rome and departure to Brazil: Choose an overnight flight so that you can enjoy the day in Rome and then depart for Brazil!


Shall we give a little attention to southern Italy? Which by the way is beautiful !!!

  • Day 1: Arrival in Rome – Quick visits to the main spots! Always remembering: buy tickets in advance.
  • Day 2: Visit to Rome – Go to places you have not seen the previous day! Plan ahead to not waste time on transportation, tickets, etc.
  • Day 3: Visit to Rome – Finish visiting Rome and go straight to the next destination!
  • Day 4: Departure to Naples – One day visit Naples and Pompeii with an overnight stay in Sorrento.
  • Day 5: Visit to Capri – Spend a day in Capri.
  • Day 6: Visit the Amalfi Coast – Spend a day on the Amalfi Coast.
  • Day 7: Departure to Brazil – Departure in the morning to Rome or Naples Airport If you choose an overnight flight, you will have more time to stay in Rome or Naples and enjoy some more!

Other itineraries with more days in Italy

As you have figured out, 7 days are not enough to see everything, but it’s a start. If you are interested in traveling for a longer period in Italy, be sure to visit the links below and learn more about traveling by train in Southern or Northern Italy in 20 days.• 20 day itinerary in Southern Italy


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As you have figured out, a seven-day period is very little to visit Italy, but you can already “taste” a little of this country; on your next visit, we can dedicate ourselves to other cities or regions, like Sardinia, Sicily, Calabria, Liguria, Emilia Romagna, Umbria, right ?!

If you feel insecure or have no time, and need help to organize your trip, do not hesitate to look for me! I will love to help you make your dream trip to Italy. And how can I do that? Continue reading this post until the end and you will understand how can we make your life and journey easier ????

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