8-Day Sorrento and Rome Vacation
Flights & Transportation:
- Round-trip airfare from
- Newark (EWR) or New York (JFK)
- Atlanta (ATL)
- Boston (BOS)
- Los Angeles (LAX)
- Manual economy class car rental for duration -upgrade to automatic available
- For additional departure airports/pricing, contact Great Value Vacations at (800) 495-4903
- Airline & flight times determined at time of booking
Hotels (6 nights + 1 overnight flight)
- 4 nights of accommodations at Hotel O Sole Mio or similar in the Sorrento area
- 2 nights of accommodations at Grand Hotel Fleming or similar in Rome
- Daily breakfast
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Ideas for Your Vacation
The archaeological and artistic treasures of Sorrento can hold their own against those of any Italian city, including Rome and Florence. The city’s crown jewels are Pompeii and Herculaneum, which have sat frozen in time since Mount Vesuvius covered them in lava and ash in AD 79.
After a visit in Sorrento, you’ll venture to the capital city of Rome. All roads lead to Rome—and they’re likely to be clogged with Vespa scooters darting between cars at perilous speeds. But it’s worth braving the traffic to explore this historic and always exciting city, from which world-changing political, religious, and cultural empires have spread. Without leaving town, you can travel across centuries, walking in the footsteps of gladiators at the ancient Colosseum, marveling at the largest church in christendom at the Vatican, and catching glimpses of glamour straight out of Fellini’s La Dolce Vita at the fashionable shops on Via Condotti.
- See palaces and castles that Lonely Planet says “make Rome look positively provincial.” Among these are the Royal Palace and Castel dell’Ovo.
- Watch the sunset from the waterfront promenade after spending a day exploring the city’s many museums.
- Visit the island of Capri to go shopping and take a scenic coastal chairlift, which will give you aerial views of the Bay of Naples and Sorrento Peninsula.
- Head to the Vatican City in Rome to see the Sistine Chapel—where Michelangelo painted his famous frescoes—or St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome’s most-visited cathedral.
- Saint Peter’s Basilica is easy to spot in Rome’s skyline—it’s one of the largest churches on the planet.
- Trevi Fountain is flowing again after a long restoration. Take a moment to toss a coin in; legend has it that if you do, you’re destined to return to Rome.
- Epic architecture: Visit the majestic Colosseum to see where gladiators once battled lions (and one another) for glory in ancient Rome. Go early to avoid long lines.
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- Flying from any airport not listed here
- Extending your trip or traveling on dates not listed here
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- Traveling with kids; all travelers age 2 and over are required to purchase a voucher
- Booking optional tours and upgrades
Optional Tours & Upgrades
- Copy stages are responsible for adding optional tours / upgrades with pricing, when applicable.
- Include a description of the tour, when applicable.