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Join Us On an Exciting Golf Adventure to
Italy Including Rome & Florence

Departure:  October 29, 2017  (leaving JFK the United states)
Arriving Rome on October 30-November 5,  2017
7 days / 6 nights / 2 days of golf 

Only in Rome can you sip cappuccino at a café in front of the Pantheon, buy grapes at a centuries-old market, and possibly have an audience with the pope—all in one morning!   You are invited to travel with us for a spectacular mix of art, grand history,  exuberant street life, and great GOLF!   This culturally intriguing destination is a must see and a MUST GOLF!  However, non-golfers are always welcome to join us, and many do, because there is so very much for them to enjoy, too.

Perfected over centuries, it’s no surprise that we have selected these two glorious destinations and combined them into an opulent scenic tour, so you can then check both of these off your bucket list.  A fabulous trip!

Day 1

Board your flight to the Eternal City: Rome

Overnight on Board.


Saint Peters

Day 2


Trevi Fountain

Arrival in early morning.

Meet and greet by your Tour Leader (English speaking).

Transfer to your Hotel in the City Center.

Afternoon walking tour of Rome downtown exploring the Trevi Fountain – The Parliament – Via del Corso – Via Frattina – Spanish Steps.

Tonight Welcome Dinner at a Girarrosto Toscano Restaurant

Overnight in Rome.



Roman foods are rich and satisfying, yet simple, rustic and delicious. The wine is full-bodied and the meat and fish are most often roasted, baked, or grilled.  And the nightlife? Rome is bustling with a wide variety of evening entertainment from wine bars to trendy dance clubs that don’t get started until well after midnight.

Day 3


The Colosseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre

Private tour of the Eternal City.
Rome was known as the Eternal City even among the ancient Romans themselves. It was so called because the Roman people thought that no matter what happened to the world, no matter how many other empires might rise and fall, Rome would go on forever.

We will be passing by the major landmarks of Rome during the Roman Empire.

Afternoon free time to discover Rome on your own.
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Tonight Dinner at local typical restaurant: Ambasciata d’Abruzzo Overnight in Rome.



Day 4

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Marco Simone Golf Course Championship Course


After Breakfast we will be heading to one of the most important Golf Course of Italy: Marco Simone Golf Course Championship Course. In 2022 this course will host the Ryder’s Cup.

Marco Simone_Championship Course-1

Designed by Jim Fazio, the 18-hole course covers nearly 247 acres following the classic rounded hills of the Roman countryside. Thanks to the wide variety of tees, each hole can be played from a variety of different points, bringing into play always new obstacles and providing a setting that is ideal for both beginners and professionals.

Tee time is scheduled for our group.

Lunch on your own at the Golf Course.

Evening free to taste the famous roman cuisine.

Overnight in Rome.

Day 5


Olgiata Golf Course

Olgiata Golf Course

Olgiata Golf Course









After Breakfast we will be heading to one of the oldest Golf Course of Italy: Olgiata Golf Course.  Located 15 miles north of Rome along the Via Cassia on the Olgiata quiet residential complex, this golf club  is a magnificent classic tree-lined parkland golf course. Opened 1961 it features 27 holes (18 holes West Course and 9 holes East Course) designed by English architect C. Kenneth Cotton and restyled by architect Jim Fazio in 1996.

Olgiata golf clubDuring the years it hosted many important international tournaments including the Eisenhower Trophy in 1964, the World Cup on 1968 and 1984, the European Tour Italian Open on 1973 and 2002 (won by Ian Poulter) and the Challenge Tour Roma Open in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Tee time is scheduled for our group.

Lunch will be served at the Golf Course.


Sistine Hall at Vatican Library

Afternoon guided visit of the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel the Masterpiece of Michelangelo.

Dinner tonight at one of the most renowned restaurant of Rome: Gigetto al Portico d’Ottavia.

Overnight in Rome.






St Peters Square

Saint Peters Square

Day 6

8:30AM-9AM – Depart the Rome Termini Train Station on preassigned, First Class seats bound for the beautiful city of Florence (11.5 hours ride).  The Rome Termini Train Station (Roma Termini) was built in 1931 and completed in 1950 and is considered a great success both in capability and design.

train to florenceThe beautiful train station is a great place to spend some time in before our train journey.   On our evening return, we’ll depart the Florence Santa Maria Novella Train Station (Firenze SMN) opened in 1935 and features a spacious entrance hall with a glass and steel roof.

Today we explore the cities of Florence and Orvieto
visiting some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world.

Early breakfast to be able to depart on a fantastic day trip to Florence and Orvieto.


Florence in the Evening

Florence in the Evening

Upon arrival walking tour of the city center of Florence with the visit to the famous Cathedral and the Baptistery,
the mains Florence Square: Piazza della Signoria and the famous Ponte Vecchio and finally visit the Accademia with the David’s statue.

After an exciting day exploring Florence, we go by bus to the beautiful village of Orvieto in the mountains for dinner.
After dinner back to Rome, boarding a luxury bus and carrying with us memories to cherish for a lifetime….All included.




Zeppilin Sky View

On the way back to Rome stop in Orvieto for a visit to this enchanting city.
And dinner at local Restaurant: Zeppelin

Overnight in Rome.

Day 7:

Entire day at leisure. Take advantage of one of the optional tours that will be offered to discover in a deeper way the Eternal City.

Farewell Dinner at local restaurant.

Overnight in Rome.


Day 8

jfk airport

Breakfast and transfer
to the Airport for your flight back to USA

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Cost of the package

Cost per person in Double occupancy…………….          $ 3,599

Cost per person in single room………………………          $ 4,199

Cost per person in Triple room ………………………         $ 3,399
Payment plans available for this trip of a lifetime!!




The rate includes all this:

  • Roundtrip airfare from JFK – Rome in economy class
  • Roundtrip transfers Airport/Hotel/Airport
  • 6 nights hotel accommodation in First class superior Hotel
  • 6 breakfasts
  • Tour Director (English speaking) for the entire duration of the trip
  • 5 dinners at local restaurant
  • 1 lunch at Olgiata Golf Course
  • 2 days of tee fees at:
    • Golf Course Marco Simone
    • Golf Course Olgiata
  • Transfers to the Golf courses by bus
  • Sightseeing with local licensed guides
    • Walking tour of Rome downtown
    • Half Day Imperial Rome
    • Vatican Museums
    • Walking tour of Florence
    • Walking tour of Orvieto
  • Entrance fees:
    • Vatican Museums
    • Accademia in Florence
    • Orvieto Cathedral
  • Train Rome – Florence
  • Bus transfer Florence – Rome via Orvieto
  • Funicular service in Orvieto
  • Hotel Porterage
  • City tax and Hotel tax and service

Optional Tours: (min 10 participants)

Jewish Ghetto Campo de' Fiori Rome Food Walking Tour


Half Days

  • Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de’ Fiori and Jewish Ghetto

$75 per person

  • Villa D’este and Adrian Villa …………………. $90 per person
  • Illuminated Rome with Aperitive …………… $65 per person
  • Angels and Demons ………………………………  $75 per person
  • Catacombes ………………………………………….  $90 per person
  • Cooking class .…………………….……………….   $110 per person

reserve nowTo book this tour contact:
Bob Goldstein, travel agent at 800-935-5000, Ext. 5252
or at (201) 228-5252
10% DEPOSIT Due at the time of booking, Refundable up to 120 Days prior to departure.
FINAL PAYMENT due 90 days prior to Departure.
Payment plan available.



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