Founded in 1995, Weekend in Italy has grown to be the leading seller of tickets to Italy’s museums and attractions, short tours, and special events through our website, www.weekendinitaly.com Headquartered in Italy, we are a family operation, and are unrivaled experts on the local scene.
Through our connections with a network of Milan fashion industry partners, we know where big brands organize private sales with discounts of up to 70%. Your private Milan Fashion Tour admits you to these restricted access events, as well as including a visit to the fashion outlets where you can find designer clothes by brand names such as Armani, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana right off the catwalk at discount prices.
A gondola ride simply is THE way to experience Venice.
Weekend in Italy! Make your Uffizi Tickets Reservation with us now and skip the wait time that could be hours.
Book Your Vatican Museums Tickets – Italy’s Most Popular Attraction
Guaranteed Access to Tickets for Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper and Milan Museums and Attractions!
Weekend in Italy brings you access to all of the best Florence museums, tours and even the Uffizi Gallery. From the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Basilica of Santa Croce, to Florence’s Uffizi Gallery, and to a fashion tour or wine trail tour—Weekend in Italy has everything to offer the visitor to Italy.
Pompeii represents a unique heritage of architecture, sculpture, paintings, and mosaics – don’t miss it! The ash that buried the city after the eruption allowed for exceptional preservation, giving visitors today the unique opportunity to experience the Roman city in its magnificent wholeness.
Discover Pompeii, the ancient Roman city that was frozen in time by the eruption of the Vesuvius in 79 AD. In the course of just a few hours, a rain of ash and fragments of lava (lapillus) buried the rich city pulsating with life 25m/82′ deep – houses, people, roads, public buildings, and objects of everyday life were encased, locked forever in a terrible instant. With an area of about 66 hectares/163 acres, Pompeii represents a unique heritage of architecture, sculpture, paintings, and mosaics. The ash that buried the city after the eruption allowed for exceptional preservation, giving visitors today the unique opportunity to experience the Roman city in its magnificent wholeness.