Italian Cultural Tourism Experts
Italian Cultural Tourism Experts.. The pleasure of Curiosity and Discovery! Tell us which Italian city you wish to discover, the rest leave it for us! Italian Cultural Tourism Experts in all Italian cities, we are able to meet or fulfill any kind of needs for Tours organization, upon all levels, budget and quality, because every Tourist has his tour vision to feel welling. Ciao Roma Tours is Tour agency since 2011, qualified as Tourist Management and specialist in tours builder and organizational however the Tourist wish or whatever his request, from the classical tours for individuals or groups, with or without guide, economics or prestige. Italian Cultural Tourism Experts.. Enjoying Touring with us gives many advantages like; choosing one of our full package Tours all inclusive which includes also the skip the line tickets to the Museums, monuments, cathedrals selected in the itinerary of the chosen tour! Or you might need to select one of our selected vehicles we offer, from the car to coach, from the limousine to the bus for grand tour.
Italian Tourism History
Throughout the 17th to 18th centuries, the Grand Tour was mainly reserved for academics or the elite. Nevertheless, circa 1840, rail transport was introduced and the Grand Tour started to fall slightly out of vogue; hence, the first form of mass-tourism was introduced. The 1840s saw the period in which the Victorian middle classes toured the country. Several Americans were also able to visit Italy, and many more tourists came to the peninsula. Places such as Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples and Sicily still remained the top attractions. As the century progressed, fewer cultural visits were made, and there was an increase of tourists coming for Italy’s nature and weather. The first seaside resorts, such as those in the Ligurian coast, around Venice, coastal Tuscany and Amalfi, became popular. This vogue of summer holidays heightened in the fin-de-siècle epoch, when numerous “Grand Hotels” were built (including places such as Sanremo, Lido di Venezia, Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi). Islands such as Capri, Ischia, Procida and Elba grew in popularity, and the Northern lakes, such as Lake Como, Maggiore and Garda were more frequently visited. Tourism to Italy remained very popular until the late-1920s and early-1930s, when, with the Great Depression and economic crisis, several could no longer afford to visit the country; the increasing political instability meant that fewer tourists came. Only old touristic groups, such as the Scorpioni, remained alive. Ask for more her.
- Available Museums & monuments no-lines tickets booking suppl. €3 each ticket
- Available all vehicles Car, Van, Coaches, Bus on request
- Available payment with credit cards service end or by bank transfer in advanced 7 days
- Special Rates for Travel agencies & Tour Operators