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Italy Tours for Seniors

Here at Firebird Tours we offer individual approach to every client and understand that the age of a traveler is an important factor to consider while planning a perfect itinerary. For your convenience, we've put together a list of our best hand-picked senior trips to Italy, including private and small group tours (no more than 14 people), excellent properties in the city centers, and exciting, not over-jammed sightseeing programs, perfectly combining leisurely-paced guided tours around the most significant landmarks of the city with enough free time to explore the area on your own. Keep in mind, that our travel specialists are more than happy to help you pick a trip to Italy for seniors that meets all your needs and wishes. So, are you ready to set off on an Italian vacation of your dreams?

Italy Tours for Seniors

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Italy Vacation Packages for Seniors

Immerse yourself in the beauty of wonderful Italy, its culture, heritage, art, and food. Undoubtedly, Italy is a must-visit and one of the beloved top destinations in the entire world. No matter, you are young or senior, it's never too late to discover Italy! Our Italy tours for seniors are organized by destination experts and contain rich sightseeing with professional guides, centrally located hotels, smooth logistics, and an entire tour without any worries. While looking for the best tours of Italy for seniors, get inspired by the top restaurants in Italy you would love to enjoy.

The Best Restaurants in Italy

  • Enoteca Pinchiorri, Florence, Via Ghibellina, 87, 50122
  • Il Palagio, Florence, Borgo Pinti, 99, 50121
  • La Pergola, Rome, Via Alberto Cadlolo, 101, 00136
  • Il Pagliaccio, Rome, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, 129/a, 00186
  • Locanda dell'Isola Comacina, Lake Como, 22010
  • Ristorante La Sponda, Positano, Via Cristoforo Colombo, 30, 84017
  • Club Del Doge Restaurant, Venice, Campo Santa Maria del Giglio, 2467, 30124
  • Glam, Venice, Tron, 1961, 30135

Tips for Eating in Italy

  • Keep in mind that many restaurants and businesses are closed between noon to 4 p.m., it's Italy's 'riposo' time
  • Italians eat dinner late. Most of the restaurants start serving dinner around 8 p.m. and later
  • In some Italian restaurants, tips are added to your bill. If your bill has "servizio," you don't need to tip. If no service charge has been added to your bill, you can tip 5-10% of your bill
  • Try regional food. Every region has its traditional dish; ask for recommendations in a restaurant
  • There is always an option to order a glass of wine, even if only bottles are listed on the menu. Feel free to ask waiter

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