Honeymoon to Italy and France

Journey to Florence and Nice enjoying Culture, Cooking Classes, a day trip to the Chianti Hills, the Monaco Yacht Show, the French Riviera, Private Beach Clubs, and more...

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What's Included in your Italy and France Travel Package

  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Florence, Italy
  • 4-Nights Accommodation in Nice, France
  • Event Tickets for the Yacht Show
  • Internal Car and Ferry Transportation
  • Tours and Attractions
  • 24/7/365 Support from your Travel Designer and our Team
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Your Italy and France Travel Package Itinerary

Day 1-3 Florence, Italy


Brunelleschi Hotel

One of the most romantic hotels in Florence

If you are looking for a romantic hotel in Florence, the Brunelleschi is the hotel to make your dreams come true. Located in the Renaissance district of Florence, in the historic city center, it has views over fascinating corners with special care taken over the details throughout the building. You will soak up an intoxicating atmosphere in our romantic hotel in central Florence.

Book a room or a suite for the weekend, visit Florence for the day and experience its romantic allure. The Brunelleschi Hotel will take you on a journey into the most romantic districts of Florence, to the center, a stone’s throw from the Uffizi galleries, the Ponte Vecchio and Palazzo Strozzi, but will also accompany you along the cobbled shopping streets.


  • Florence Sunset Food Tour

Savory Tuscan specialties, Stanley Tucci’s Secret Wine Window, a Negroni demonstration, and much more!

Enjoy local favorites at the city’s favorite restaurants and wine bars as the sun sets over the horizon. On this sumptuous night out on the town, witness Florence as the sun sets and the lights come on. On Florence’s most popular food tour, discover what makes our rich culture and cuisine so unique.

    • Enjoy artisanal cheese and cured meats made locally.
    • Learn how to make Florence’s most famous cocktail, the Negroni.
    • In the lively Piazza Santo Spirito, indulge in a delicious wine tasting.
  • Florence 6-Hour Tour with Uffizi and Accademia Gallery

Discover the best of Renaissance architecture and artistic masterpieces in Florence while learning about the history of the city’s grand squares’ sculptures, fountains, and palaces.

Step inside gleaming churches, stroll through the medieval streets where Dante once lived, and marvel at the Duomo Complex’s spectacular monuments.

Then, with included admission to the Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Gallery, get a close-up look at some of the world’s most iconic paintings and sculptures. Learn about the history of Florentine landmarks such as Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio, and Ponte Vecchio. Admire Brunelleschi’s famous Duomo, as well as the surrounding baptistery and tower.

The Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Gallery house masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Raphael, and others. Admire Michelangelo’s original ‘David’ sculpture. Entrance fees to both museums are included. For a more personalized experience, hire a private guide.

  • Private Tuscan Pasta Making Class and Dinner with a Local Expert in Florence

Your hands-on cooking class will be held on a private home’s patio. Watch as she prepares a Tuscan appetizer for you to enjoy before you roll up your sleeves and learn how to make regional Italian pasta from recipes passed down through her family’s generations.

You will learn to make three different dishes from scratch, as well as a side or dessert. Choose a cooking menu with three handmade pastas or a pasta and meat main course. You’ll also learn how to make a seasonal vegetable side dish and a dessert. For the pasta menu, you will learn to make three different types of pasta and three different sauces. A traditional Italian dessert will round out your meal. You’re in for a real culinary treat!

  • Wine day in the Chianti Hills from Florence

Enjoy a private day trip to Tuscany to taste wine and organic food from local farms and vineyards. Meet your guide in your hotel’s lobby. Relax as your knowledgeable guide/driver takes you through the Tuscan countryside to some of the most delightful farms and vineyards near Chianti. The friendly farm owners will teach you about the art of winemaking and allow you to sample Chianti wine and local delicacies.

Historic Siena

Discover the history and culture of Siena, a stunning Tuscan city. Visit the city’s medieval Cathedral, which features a dome by the famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Travel through the city’s squares, which host the annual Palio. This one-of-a-kind horse race symbolizes the power and rivalry of Siena’s families and neighborhood. Imagine how many people will be crammed into these tight quarters for this major derby.

Chianti Farmhouse

On your way to an organic Chianti farmhouse, pass through the prestigious Chianti winemaking region’s olive groves, vineyards, and rolling hills. Visit the farm and meet the owner, Silvano, before sampling his extra-virgin olive oil and some of the best wine in the area. In addition, enjoy a delicious lunch of locally grown products from the family’s farm, in keeping with the Italian slow food movement. Lunch and wine are complimentary.

Visit a Charming Village in Chianti

After an unforgettable meal, hop in the car and drive to a small, bucolic village in the Chianti wine region. Spend some time on your own wandering the enchanting cobblestone streets and exploring this beautiful, historic town.

Visit a Vineyard for More Wine Tasting

Continue through the Chianti hills until you reach another vineyard for more wine tasting. Meet a local wine expert here to learn about the estate, the winemaking process, and to sample various wines produced on-site. Compare the wines at the first and second stops on this private wine day tour, as each farm has its own methods of producing their products. After a long day of exploring and sampling the nectar of the gods in one of the world’s best wine-producing regions, sit back and relax on the ride back to Florence.

Day 4-7 Nice, France


Hôtel Negresco

Just like a happy surprise which is constantly renewed, for over a century Le Negresco has been writing the legend of Nice and the French Riviera on a daily basis.

The story began in 1913. On 8 January, Le Negresco opened its doors. The hotel, designed by Henri Negrescu, immediately drew the attention of the international Jet Set. Artists, politicians and royalty were numerous to have signed the guest book.


  • Yacht Show with 1 Day Tickets

The Monaco Yacht Show is one of the most prestigious yachting events in the world with more than 125 superyachts and around 600 companies exhibiting each year.

Held annually in Port Hercule, Monaco, towards the end of September, the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) is one of the most anticipated events in the superyacht industry calendar, providing world-leading yacht builders, designers, luxury manufacturers, and esteemed brokerage houses the opportunity to network with important clientele and prospective customers.

Launched in 1991, the show is the ideal occasion to view and compare more than 120 custom superyachts in one place. Typically hosting around 45 new yacht debuts throughout the duration of the four-day event, the French Riviera truly comes alive during the event, which is a highly sought-after show for exhibitors and clients alike.

  • Private French Riviera Full-Day Tour from Nice (including Nice)

Monaco is one of Europe’s most opulent destinations, but you don’t need a private jet or a luxury yacht to visit. This private full-day tour from Nice will give you a taste of the VIP life as you visit the Grand Prix track and casinos of Monte Carlo, the Fragonard perfume factory in Eze, and the hilltop La Turbie for views of the French Riviera.

Begin your day with a private vehicle pick-up from your central Nice hotel in the early morning. Head east along the dramatic coastal roads, then climb into the hills for spectacular views of the Mediterranean coast. After about 30 minutes of driving, you’ll arrive in the medieval village of Eze, where you’ll have time to stroll through the charming cobblestone lanes, pretty gardens, and castle ruins.

Take a tour of the Fragonard perfume factory before you leave and learn the secrets of one of France’s most prestigious perfume brands. Continue to nearby La Turbie, where the highlight is the dramatic ruin of the Trophy of the Alps, a 164-foot (50-meter) tall monument dating from 6BC. After crossing the border into Monaco, proceed directly to Monte Carlo, where you’ll have the rest of the day to explore the highlights at your leisure. Pose for photos by the iconic Rock of Monaco, observe the Changing of the Guards at the Prince’s Palace, marvel at architectural marvels such as the Justice Palace and Monte Carlo Cathedral, or pay a visit to the Oceanographic Museum (own expense).

Finally, visit the world-famous Monte Carlo casino, designed by architect Charles Garnier in 1878, and drive around the legendary Grand Prix track, which hosts the annual Formula One Monaco Grand Prix. After a full day exploring the highlights of the French Riviera, return to Nice, where your tour concludes with hotel drop-off.


    • La Turbie (Pass By) You will proceed up the coast and reach the Grande Corniche, the highest road from where you can catch the sight of the most ancient Roman vestige on the French Riviera: the ’Trophy of the Alps’ in the village of La Turbie. 
    • Vieux Eze Not even midway, and you will then take a halt to venture into one of France’s prettiest villages: Eze, filled with history and offering a stunning location over 400 meters right above sea, a truly unique place on earth. 45 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 
    • Parfumerie Fragonard – L’usine Laboratoire Èze – Visite Gratuite & Guidée – Meet up again with your driver and, just around the corner, seize the chance to visit the renowned Fragonard Perfume Factory and discover the secrets of this realm of fragrances… 40 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included 
    • Monte-Carlo (Pass By) Next, cruise down the Circuit de Monaco, the street used as the racetrack in the world-famous Formula One Grand Prix race. 
    • Prince’s Palace – In front of the Palais du Prince, you will discover the Changing of the Guard at 11:55, you will notice the Carabinieri Barracks . Created on the 8th of December 1817, the Carabinieri have for main missions to ensure the safety of the Royal Family as well as maintain public order. If you like, you have visit the inside of the Prince’s Palace (8€/adult, 4€/child) 20 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included 
    • Oceanographic Museum of Monaco  Visit the Oceanographic Museum (own expense) 1 hour 30 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included 
    • Cathedrale Notre-Dame-Immaculee See the historic Monaco Cathedral (sometimes referred to as the Saint Nicholas Cathedral), the resting place of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace featuring fine Roman-Byzantine architecture. 15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free 
    • Casino of Monte-Carlo Take a stroll around Casino Square and make a photo stop outside of the Casino of Monte Carlo, facing the Hotel de Paris, Café de Paris and numerous deluxe boutiques. 
  • Private French Cooking Class at a Local Home in Nice

Spend the morning in an authentic Nice home setting and  learn to cook and bake like a local. Learn all about the local Provençal ingredients, then roll up your sleeves and prepare your own sweet and/or bread, while chatting away over tea or coffee and fresh juice with your local chef.

Sample Menu~

    • Starter – Salade niçoise green vegetables, hard boiled eggs, tuna fish…
    • Main – Pissaladière, Local onion tart with bread base and cream of anchovy 
    • Dessert –  Tarte Tatin, upside down made fruit tart, with fruit of the season
  • Opéra Plage – Restaurant et Plage Privée à Nice

Come and discover the alliance of tradition and modernity at the Opera Plage. A stone’s throw from the old town of Nice and the famous Cours Saleya, you will enjoy a moment of relaxation, lulled by the sound of the waves and surrounded by a competent team that listens to your expectations.  

With almost 250 new deckchairs, the Opera beach welcomes you for a sunny relaxing day facing the ‘Baie des Anges’.

  • Waterfront Terrace Lunch Reservation (Opera Plage)

The Opera beach, formerly pavilion of the Opera, is the oldest beach in Nice. Located on the famous ‘Promenade des Anglais’ since 1889, the Opera beach is above all else a family history.

From generation to generation, the Maiffret family turned the Opera beach into an address of choice on the Cote d’Azur. Or passed on from generation to generation, the Opera beach is one of the best address on the Cote d’Azur nowadays. Today, Nicolas offer a sunny chilling place just a stone’s throw away from the old Nice.

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