This was a trip we had long looked forward to taking, and it exceeded our hopes... It was educational, inspirational, and just plain enjoyable. Obviously, there is so much to see in Florence and Rome, so much history and beauty to absorb that two weeks is insufficient to take it all in, but we certainly came home with some wonderful images to revisit in our minds, memories that will last for years, and a feeling that we had the opportunity to walk back into time and to revel in the breathtaking beauty and grace and spiritual meaning of work created by artistic and architectural geniuses.
— Gregory Favre | Sacramento, California

I have joined forces with Dick Mercer and Experience Italy to create exciting itineraries for the big three cities in Italy: Rome, Florence, and/or Venice. We will be staying in splendid little hotels right in the heart of each city. We will make use of public transportation and our own two feet to get from place to place, but don’t worry: all three cities are very accessible! All groups will be limited to 12 persons to insure that we can move easily through the city. This is a group tour that will not feel like a group tour! And, of course, I will be with you every step of the way.

Price is per person, land only, based on double occupancy.

Questions? Feel free to contact me any time! 

Traveling with Angela around Italy was one of the most intensely rewarding travel experiences I’ve ever had. She is by far the most well-informed and personally engaged ‘tour-leaders’ I’ve had the privilege of traveling with. The trip to the Vatican and her commentary on the Sistine Chapel alone totally changed my perspective on the monument (from fabulous to truly overwhelming); even though it was my third visit, I felt like I was viewing it through newly opened eyes. The Forum was magically transformed from a stretch of ruins to the glory of the old Roman Empire! Perhaps most amazingly she greeted every place with such vigor and excitement — a smile and a laugh; her enthusiasm is truly contagious. I only wish I would take her with me on every trip that I take.
— Aaron Sherman | St. Louis, Missouri