Rome and Naples holiday

Rome and Naples holiday
(7 Nights/8 Days)

from £ 990 *per person

Combine over 2,000 years of history and the latest fashion intelligence in Rome with contemporary art and iconic landscapes in Naples

  • Accommodation 4* Hotels
  • Suitable For Families, Couples
  • Holiday at a glance A week of world-class sites and first class dining and shopping
    Immerse yourself into Rome's greatness and enjoy the evocative scenery of the Bay of Naples
  • Holiday Offers £ 990 per person on a bed and breakfast basis including 7-night accommodation, private transfers and high-speed rail tickets

Rome and Naples holiday

A two centre holiday to Rome and Naples brings together some of the world’s most remarkable art and architecture and the opportunity to explore a lifestyle where ‘la dolce vita’ is part of everyday life.

After centuries of restless history, Rome is today the world’s biggest open-air museum with every stone concealing a few hundred years of history … But next to its monumental historical heritage comes a fascinating culture in which food, drink and people make up a unique Roman lifestyle which remains the object of envy of many visitors.

Naples: There is something to see on every street corner: monumental Bourbon palaces punctuate streets of tenements hung with washing, and the big names in fashion rub shoulders with greengrocers, cobblers and furniture restorers. The food, the culture, the ambience and the surrounding scenery make it a great holiday destination even if you don't see a single ruin or statue!
What’s included
  • Bed and Breakfast basis
  • Travel planning
  • 1st class high-speed rail tickets
  • Private airport transfers
  • 3 nights on a BB basis sharing a classic room at the Hotel Decumani in Naples
  • 4 nights on a BB basis sharing a classic room at the Leon's Place hotel in Rome
Optional Add-ons
  • International flights
  • Private and group excursions
  • Theatre and sport event tickets


  1. Day 1-5 Rome
    Private transfer from Rome airport upon your flight times

    4 nights on a BB basis sharing a Deluxe double room at the Leon's Place

    We can help with
    • Walking tour of Rome's highlights
    • Borghese Gallery and its Gardens
    • Thematic tours - Caravaggio, Bernini, Michelangelo
    • Rome Golf Cart Tour
    • Bike rentals
    • Private chaffeur driven excursions
    • Rome pass
  2. Day 5-8 Naples
    1st class High-speed rail travel to Naples 

    3 nights on a BB basis sharing a superior room at the Hotel Decumani de Charm

    We can help with
    • Private tour of Pompeii and Herculaneum
    • Walking tour of Naples' highlights
    • Thematic tours (Underground Naples, Caravaggio, Greek-Roman Naples)
    • Private chaffeur drive tours of the Bay of Naples and the Amalfi Coast
    • Snorkeling and diving excursions in the submerged Roman city of Baia


Leon's Place Hotel

Leon's Place Hotel


Friendly hospitality in a glam boutique hotel with a great location for touring only a short stroll



Naples - Europe's best street food

Naples - Europe's best street food

Strolling the food stalls of Naples is understanding the city’s culture, traditions and pride. Mobile cooking-stations, kiosks, cafés, tiny eateries, food markets and other street food havens are the city’s law and order. Take these away and Naples would run into real chaos.
A few tips from us if you are heading to Rome

A few tips from us if you are heading to Rome

Whether it is your first or fifth visit to the Eternal City, there is always something new to discover. With an almost overwhelming amount of art, history and culture to explore, the best advice is to plan a selection of must-see stops interspersed with some gentle wandering.
In the Footsteps of Caravaggio

In the Footsteps of Caravaggio

Italy has produced a wide range of great artistic talents over the years, with the likes of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo all hailing from this great country. But one of the most beloved and interesting painters Italy has produced has to be the one and only Caravaggio. Famed for his realistic yet dark, horrific and often gory depictions of biblical/mythical scenes, this Old Master travelled extensively across Italy, often not by choice, but due to being exiled from Rome, and seeking refuge in alternative locations.

As a result his masterpieces can be found in cities all over the country and catching a glimpse of one is a must-do for any art lover during their holiday in bella Italia. For this reason, we’ve put together a comprehensive (but by no means definitive) guide to where you can see some of Caravaggio’s most famous paintings in Italy.
Naples, in the footsteps of Goethe

Naples, in the footsteps of Goethe

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, perhaps the most famous German humanist, reaches Naples on February 25th 1787. A tireless traveller, Goethe tells of a lively city, full of contradictions but also of wonders, unique landscapes and places of authentic charm.

Let's follow him on his itinerary in the Naples of the late 18th century, reached by the first ferment of the Italian Enlightenment.
Tips for Rome-ance

Tips for Rome-ance

‘Rome-ance’ – the two are inseparable. Where else can you share magical sunsets over ancient ruins, drink from a fountain to promise everlasting love or indulge in succulent dinners in the lively vibes of la dolce vita?

The magic is ensconced in every corner; romantic restaurants, romantic views, romantic picnics, even romantic places to propose to your one and only all linger around the Eternal City.
Christmas in Naples

Christmas in Naples

Fried pizza and struffoli that stand out in the window, darting capitoni in the tanks, crowds in San Gregorio Armeno, fireworks, lights. In the Neapolitan capital, Christmas is full of wonder and sounds.
Day trips from Rome

Day trips from Rome

Suggestive villages, natural parks, medieval castles and Renaissance palaces to visit. But also lakes where to have a picnic and beaches where to eat the catch of the day.
Opera's Summer Season at the Bath of Caracalla in Rome

Opera's Summer Season at the Bath of Caracalla in Rome

The 2019 summer season of the Opera House in Rome promises to be full of emotions: two operas by Verdi, Aida and La Traviata and the ballet on the notes of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet, but also many extras such as the Tokyo Ballet, Ennio Morricone, Mark Knopfler, a date with piano stars Stefano Bollani and Chucho Valdés and the return, after 30 years, of Placido Domingo.