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Best of Sicily

This sample 11-day (10 nights) itinerary covers the very best of Sicily. Starting with buzzing Palermo, then continuing to the ancient temples at Agrigento. Then indulge in some of the spectacular baroque towns with two nights based in Ragusa Ibla. Next up is Siracusa or to be precise, Ortigia. You'll get to see Catania's street market in full flow on a food tour before heading for the hills, specifically Mount Etna to stay at a peaceful agriturismo, a good base for an excursion to Taormina or for seeing more of the volcano itself. This all makes for a holiday that feels both adventurous and relaxing. All of our tours are custom, and this is just a sample meant to give an idea for what our trips are like, and the opportunities our destinations provide. One of our team in the region will be available to you during and leading up to the trip to answer any questions and arrange local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other inside tips from restaurant recommendations to tipping advice. Upon arrival we will provide you with a local cell phone that you can use to contact our employee (who you will meet in person) throughout your trip. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our firsthand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambience.
Route for Palermo, Agrigento, Ragusa, Siracusa, Etna, Catania tour

2 Nights in Palermo

2 Nights in Palermo

3 days in Palermo

2 Nights in Palermo

Palermo doesn’t care if you like it. It’s the capital city of Sicily, and its biggest. Reminiscent in parts of Naples. It's not a place you'll find thronged with tourists, but the locals sure like to be outside. A hub of activity and a gridlock in rush hour and at weekends. Despite the order of the main avenues, the twisting lanes of the Centro Storico provide plenty of opportunities to get lost. Cheek by jowl here you will find grand palazzos (much of European royalty had their vacation palaces in Palermo) and scruffy tenements. Turn a corner in a grungy alley and you’re faced with an ornate fountain or pomp and circumstance statue. All of this provides a rich backdrop to your time in Palermo. Many have come before. The city was founded nearly 3,000 years ago and Palermo has truly been a crossroads of the great civilizations. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Germans, Spanish, Bourbon, and finally Italian rulers have held dominion over the city and left their mark. Its international airport and busy seaport make it a great starting or finishing point for an exploration of Sicily.

Palermo doesn’t care if you like it. It’s the capital city of Sicily, and its biggest. Reminiscent in parts of Naples. It's not a place you'll find thronged with tourists, but the locals sure like to be outside. A hub of activity and a gridlock in rush hour and at weekends. Despite the order of the main avenues, the twisting lanes of the Centro Storico provide plenty of opportunities to get lost. Cheek by jowl here you will find grand palazzos (much of European royalty had their vacation palaces in Palermo) and scruffy tenements. Turn a corner in a grungy alley and you’re faced with an ornate fountain or pomp and circumstance statue. All of this provides a rich backdrop to your time in Palermo. Many have come before. The city was founded nearly 3,000 years ago and Palermo has truly been a crossroads of the great civilizations. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Germans, Spanish, Bourbon, and finally Italian rulers have held dominion over the city and left their mark. Its international airport and busy seaport make it a great starting or finishing point for an exploration of Sicily.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Palermo

Upon arrival at Palermo airport, our driver will be waiting for you at the arrivals and will take you to the hotel in Palermo.

The Wonderful Mosaics of the Monreale Cathedral

Suggestion to explore on your own

The cathedral in Monreale, a suburb of Palermo, is regarded as the most beautiful Norman church in Sicily. The mosaics were made with 2,200 kg of pure gold! It's an unmissable sight for lovers of arts and history, or simply beauty. The UNESCO-listed site is the jewel of the crown of Arab-Norman heritage, which includes a series of nine civil and religious structures dating from the era of the Norman kingdom of Sicily (1130-1194): two palaces, three churches, a cathedral, a bridge, as well as the cathedrals of Cefalú and Monreale. Collectively, they are an example of a social-cultural syncretism between Western, Islamic and Byzantine cultures on the island which gave rise to new concepts of space, structure and decoration. They also bear testimony to the fruitful coexistence of people of different origins and religions.

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Palermo

Street Food Group Walking Tour, Summer Season

Street Food Group Walking Tour, Summer

Included in your vacation package price.

You'll meet your guide in the morning to take a three hour walk through the main squares, markets and monuments of the city center to taste the best palermitan street food, before the heat of the day sets in. A well balanced combination of food, art, history and culture. You'll join a like-minded group of travelers, meeting up in one of the city's most beautiful squares. As you stroll through the city's most famous markets your guide will tell you about the history of Palermo itself as well as the various food and drink you'll be sampling along the way. A light breakfast is advised!


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 Hours

Mondello, the Urban Beach of Real Palermitans

Suggestion to explore on your own

The beach par excellence for Palermitans is the beautiful and historic seaside resort nestled between Monte Gallo and Monte Pellegrino. The beach is a nice spot for a sunset aperitif and a tasty dinner in one of the many local beachside eateries and no-frills restaurants.

Day 3

Day 3 - Traveling to Agrigento by Private Transfer

After breakfast, your driver will meet you at your hotel and transfer you to your accommodations in Agrigento. Along the way, you will have the chance to visit a splendid winery on scenic hills and try the local production. We recommend to contact us in due advance to book the visit. In some wineries, it is possible to have a light tasting meal, to be booked together with the visit. You will pay the visit and meal (if any) at the winery directly, upon consumption. The journey will take a bit over 2.5 hours, plus the time you spend at the winery.

We also offer the following excursions in Palermo

Palermo Private Walking Tour
Easy3-4 hours
Palermo Secret Corners Group Bike Tour
Moderate3 hours
Street Food Bike Group Tour
Moderate3 hours
Street Food Group Walking Tour, Winter Season
Light4 hours

1 Night in Agrigento

1 Night in Agrigento

2 days in Agrigento

1 Night in Agrigento

One of ancient Greece's leading colonies, Agrigento's population may have reached 800,000 before being sacked by the Carthaginians in 406 BC. These prosperous founders certainly left their mark behind, with the UNESCO-listed Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi), one of the most impressive collections of ancient Greek art and architecture outside Greece itself. The area surrounding the "valley" (actually a scenic ridge) forms the world's largest archaeological site, covering several thousand acres. The Valley's home to seven temples (one of which is among the best preserved ancient Greek temples anywhere), many tombs, and a monument built to commemorate Romans killed in the Second Punic War. Agrigento's center certainly isn't lacking history either, with two churches dating back roughly 1,000 years.

One of ancient Greece's leading colonies, Agrigento's population may have reached 800,000 before being sacked by the Carthaginians in 406 BC. These prosperous founders certainly left their mark behind, with the UNESCO-listed Valley of the Temples (Valle dei Templi), one of the most impressive collections of ancient Greek art and architecture outside Greece itself. The area surrounding the "valley" (actually a scenic ridge) forms the world's largest archaeological site, covering several thousand acres. The Valley's home to seven temples (one of which is among the best preserved ancient Greek temples anywhere), many tombs, and a monument built to commemorate Romans killed in the Second Punic War. Agrigento's center certainly isn't lacking history either, with two churches dating back roughly 1,000 years.

Day 3

Day 3 - Arrival in Agrigento

Your driver will bring you directly to your hotel, located in the area of the Valley of the Temples archeological park. You might have time enough to enjoy the visit in the afternoon, for which we recommended a private guide to be booked in advance.

Day 4

Day 4 - Traveling to Ragusa by Private Transfer

Valley of the Temples Electric Scooter Private Tour

Valley of the Temples Electric Scooter Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Explore the wonderful Valley of the Temples in a new, fast, comfortable, and fun way. Our exclusive tours with modern electric vehicles, which are eco-friendly and easy to drive, allow you to visit the entire archaeological area along the Via Sacra, admiring the Temples and many other interesting sights along the way. In addition, we will take you along our “Green” route, specially designed so that you can experience nature and the surrounding countryside, dotted with almond trees and ancient olive trees. Here you'll explore ancient Roman streets such as “Cardo I”, the remains of the ancient Greek Theater and early Christian Necropolis. 


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 1 hour

After breakfast, your driver will meet you at your hotel and transfer you to your accommodations in Ragusa, after a three-hour drive.

We also offer the following excursions in Agrigento

Agrigento Valley of the Temples Private Walking Tour
Light2-3 hours
Historic Center Private Golf Cart Tour
Easy2 hours
Historic Center Private Walking Tour
Light2.5 hours
Unknown Sicily: Corleone & Movie Sets Private Tour
Light8 hours

2 Nights in Ragusa

2 Nights in Ragusa

3 days in Ragusa

2 Nights in Ragusa

There are two Ragusas (three if you count Dubrovnik, once also known by that name). Ragusa Ibla and Ragusa Superiore. Ragusa Ibla is the one you've seen in pictures and maybe the Inspector Montalbano books and TV series. Before the 1693 Sicily earthquake, the town of Ragusa was located on the site of the current Ragusa Superiore. After that was destroyed, a new town was built on the slightly lower neighboring hill, in the late Baroque style fashionable at the time. This is the town known as Ragusa Ibla. It's one of eight towns that make up the "Late Baroque Towns of the Noto Valley" UNESCO World Heritage listing. Fast forward to modern day, when a new town was built on the ruins of the original, and this is Ragusa Superiore, where most locals live. The rabbit warren of narrow streets and alleyways of Ibla is in stark contrast to those of Superiore. Superiore is a great place to avail yourself of all the conveniences of a modern town, as well as some excellent restaurants where you'll be the only foreigner, it doesn't have the same magic that Ragusa Ibla enjoys.

There are two Ragusas (three if you count Dubrovnik, once also known by that name). Ragusa Ibla and Ragusa Superiore. Ragusa Ibla is the one you've seen in pictures and maybe the Inspector Montalbano books and TV series. Before the 1693 Sicily earthquake, the town of Ragusa was located on the site of the current Ragusa Superiore. After that was destroyed, a new town was built on the slightly lower neighboring hill, in the late Baroque style fashionable at the time. This is the town known as Ragusa Ibla. It's one of eight towns that make up the "Late Baroque Towns of the Noto Valley" UNESCO World Heritage listing. Fast forward to modern day, when a new town was built on the ruins of the original, and this is Ragusa Superiore, where most locals live. The rabbit warren of narrow streets and alleyways of Ibla is in stark contrast to those of Superiore. Superiore is a great place to avail yourself of all the conveniences of a modern town, as well as some excellent restaurants where you'll be the only foreigner, it doesn't have the same magic that Ragusa Ibla enjoys.

Day 4

Day 4 - Arrival in Ragusa

Your driver will bring you as close as possible to your accommodation located in the historic center of Ragusa Ibla.

The Splendid Beaches of Southern Sicily and its Seafood Delights

Suggestion to explore on your own

Just a few kilometers up the coast from Italy's southernmost point lies one of Sicily's prettiest seaside villages: Marzamemi. 10th century Arabs put Marzamemi on the map, and also built the original tuna processing plant, which was to become one of the most important industries on the island. Although the plant is no longer functioning, Marzamemi continues its artisanal fishing and processing activities, producing all manner of delicacies, including canned tuna, dried tuna roe ("bottarga" in Italian), smoked swordfish, marinated anchovies, seafood pasta condiments, tuna salamis and more. There's no better place to enjoy a sunny afternoon and a gourmet fish lunch!

Day 5

Day 5 - Your First Full Day in Ragusa

Ancient, Baroque, and Fascist Architecture Private Tour

Ancient, Baroque, and Fascist Architecture Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Ancient Ragusa's strange history is remains visible despite the 1693 earthquake that left the city in ruins. Peer past the Baroque buildings put down amidst the city's ruins, and you can still find traces of its Roman, Byzantine, Arab, and Norman rulers. The Baroque buildings may have brought the town its UNESCO World Heritage listing, but with this tour you'll also see the 20th century buildings designed by fascist architects when Upper and Lower Ragusa were united into one provincial capital in 1926. You'll witness the different steps in the development of Ragusa, from its upper reaches to its ancient pre-Roman center.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 4 hours

Trekking from Upper Ragusa to Ibla Private Tour

Trekking from Upper Ragusa to Ibla Private Tour

Take a walk through nature and find signs of Ragusa's ancient origins. Carved into limestone, you'll find prehistoric tombs, mills, humble homes, and quarries used as ancient prisons, as you follow the Vallata Santa Domenica, an urban park which retraces the old road connecting Upper Ragusa to Ibla. Then, you will go for a walk through Ibla's historic center, admiring the Baroque temples that have brought Ragusa its UNESCO World Heritage listing.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

Day 6

Day 6 - Traveling to Siracusa by Private Transfer

Today it's time to head to Siracusa, an artistic gem. Along the way you'll stop at the splendid UNESCO-listed baroque cities of Noto and Modica. The drive itself takes a little over 1.5 hours, plus several hours for the stops.

Siracusa By Private Transfer with Stops in Modica and Noto
We also offer the following excursions in Ragusa

Half Day Private Sailing Tour Along Marina di Ragusa Coast
Easy4 hours
Ragusa Ibla, Modica, and Noto Private Day Trip
Light8-9 Hours
Ragusa Ibla, Modica, and Noto Private Day Trip (for Clients With Rented Car)
Light8 hours
Siracusa Private Tour
Light7 hours

3 Nights in Siracusa

3 Nights in Siracusa

4 days in Siracusa

3 Nights in Siracusa

With a history stretching back 27 centuries, there's a lot to see and do both in and around Siracusa (also known as Syracuse). While the main, relatively modern, town of Siracusa itself isn't so impressive, the tiny island of Ortigia, occupying less than half a square mile, is the real thing. It's still a functioning town in its own right, with over 3,000 inhabitants, but is also UNESCO-listed. This is where you'll spend much of your time and where you'll stay. The Greeks found plenty to like when they set up home in what they first called Neapolis (new city), and by the 5th century BC it rivaled Athens itself in population. Although it is the hometown of Archimedes (who built extraordinary machines to defend the city from Roman besiegers) and the location of several ancient Greek ruins (and some Roman ones too), many come here to admire the Baroque architecture you'll find around the town. Like many places in Sicily, at the crossroads of so many empires and dominions, there are traces to be found of each of the civilizations that passed through Siracusa.

With a history stretching back 27 centuries, there's a lot to see and do both in and around Siracusa (also known as Syracuse). While the main, relatively modern, town of Siracusa itself isn't so impressive, the tiny island of Ortigia, occupying less than half a square mile, is the real thing. It's still a functioning town in its own right, with over 3,000 inhabitants, but is also UNESCO-listed. This is where you'll spend much of your time and where you'll stay. The Greeks found plenty to like when they set up home in what they first called Neapolis (new city), and by the 5th century BC it rivaled Athens itself in population. Although it is the hometown of Archimedes (who built extraordinary machines to defend the city from Roman besiegers) and the location of several ancient Greek ruins (and some Roman ones too), many come here to admire the Baroque architecture you'll find around the town. Like many places in Sicily, at the crossroads of so many empires and dominions, there are traces to be found of each of the civilizations that passed through Siracusa.

Day 6

Day 6 - Arrival in Siracusa

Your driver will bring you as close as possible to your accommodation located in the historic center of Siracusa, on the splendid island of Ortigia.

Day 7

Day 7 - Your First Full Day in Siracusa

Ortigia & the Archeological Park Private Tour

Ortigia & the Archeological Park Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

If you love learning more about history, or you just want to see some interesting, ancient monuments and buildings, this guided tour to Ortigia & the Archeological Park will really amaze you. With a private guide you'll see sights dating back to ancient times, in a curious mix of architectural styles that attests to the rich cultural history here. After touring the area and getting tips for the best museums and restaurants, you'll head back to your accommodation.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 5 hours

A Journey to the Origin of Writing

Suggestion to explore on your own

The unique micro-climate of Ortigia allows the natural growth and production of papyrus, the natural material used since the beginning of mankind until modern paper was introduced. A few high-quality craftsmen still create this unique material which can be purchased in Galleria Bellomo. For a comprehensive journey through this magic material we recommend visiting the museum.

Day 8

Day 8 - Your Second Full Day in Siracusa

The Colors and Flavors of Sicilian Cuisine

Suggested activities for an additional cost, depending on your choice

If you like Sicily's tasty and colorful cuisine, we recommend a morning walk in a lively local street food market, where you can sample the best breakfast options in town. We recommend Aromi di Sicilia for all the fresh local ingredients! They have their own organic farm nearby, where you can try unique fresh pink pepper and candied ginger. For a fun, comprehensive introduction to local cooking techniques, we recommend joining a cooking class. We're also happy to offer a food and wine-centric walking tour of Siracusa.

Siracusa Cooking Class Group Tour

Siracusa Cooking Class Group Tour

Suggested activities for an additional cost, depending on your choice

You're in for a delicious day with this excursion. You'll discover tasty traditional Sicilian recipes with an expert cook, starting from the exploration of the lively and colorful food market and finishing with a social meal of the goodies you've prepared. The whole experience lasts about 5 hours and will give you a new point of view on Sicilian gastronomy and hospitality.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 4-5 hours

Siracusa Food and Wine Walking Group Tour

Siracusa Food and Wine Walking Group Tour

Suggested activities for an additional cost, depending on your choice

Taste your way through Syracuse with a 2.5-hour small-group food and wine tour. You'll taste fresh-cooked fish, typical Sicilian appetizers, Siracusan specialities, homemade local pastries, and fragrant local wines and liquors. This tour begins at 6:30pm and is available daily, so you can easily explore the secrets of ancient Siracusa, down to authentic family tavernas hidden in the side streets of Ortigia.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 3 hours

Day 9

Day 9 - Traveling to Etna by Private Transfer

After breakfast it is time to leave Siracusa but plenty more adventures wait for you: your destination is the unmistakable shape of the mighty Etna volcano. You can be driven directly to the countryside accommodation "agriturismo" of your choice for a relaxing afternoon, or decide to visit Catania, ideally with an entertaining and above all very tasty street food tour with our expert local guide, for an extra fee.

We also offer the following excursions in Siracusa

Etna Volcano and Taormina Private Tour
Moderate8-9 hours
Noto, Tellaro and Marzamemi Private Tour
Light7-8 Hours
Ortigia Private Walking Tour
Light3 hours
Ragusa Ibla, Modica, Scicli, Noto Private Tour
Light8 hours

2 Nights in Etna

2 Nights in Etna

3 days in Etna

2 Nights in Etna

One of the world's largest and most active volcanoes, Mount Etna makes a great base for exploring Sicily. The volcano's views, ancient villages, and vineyards have made the mountain and its surroundings a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Guests here stay in farmstays on the eastern slope, closer to the sea. This area is ideal for day trips higher up the volcano, as well as to nearby wineries, and the towns of Taormina and Catania. Ascending the volcano, you'll find inactive volcanic cones surrounded by ancient lava flows. From Mt. Etna's upper reaches, you can see the whole of Sicily, the Aeolian Islands, and Calabria, the toe of mainland Italy's boot. You can also head the opposite direction and visit Taormina, a seaside town beloved by international film stars, with its scenic beaches, Greek ruins, picturesque medieval streets, and spectacular views of the coast and Mt. Etna. Nearby you'll find Catania. Once the capital of Sicily, the city is home to more Baroque architecture than nearly anywhere else in Italy. With its famed fish market, scenic views, and ornate architecture, there's plenty to see in this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

One of the world's largest and most active volcanoes, Mount Etna makes a great base for exploring Sicily. The volcano's views, ancient villages, and vineyards have made the mountain and its surroundings a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Guests here stay in farmstays on the eastern slope, closer to the sea. This area is ideal for day trips higher up the volcano, as well as to nearby wineries, and the towns of Taormina and Catania. Ascending the volcano, you'll find inactive volcanic cones surrounded by ancient lava flows. From Mt. Etna's upper reaches, you can see the whole of Sicily, the Aeolian Islands, and Calabria, the toe of mainland Italy's boot. You can also head the opposite direction and visit Taormina, a seaside town beloved by international film stars, with its scenic beaches, Greek ruins, picturesque medieval streets, and spectacular views of the coast and Mt. Etna. Nearby you'll find Catania. Once the capital of Sicily, the city is home to more Baroque architecture than nearly anywhere else in Italy. With its famed fish market, scenic views, and ornate architecture, there's plenty to see in this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 9

Day 9 - Arrival in Etna

Your driver will bring you to your accommodation in the scenic country side on the slopes of Etna volcano. Dinner will be served at the agriturismo, which is our recommended suggestion for your relax and enjoyment. If you wish to dine at the accommodation, please let us know in advance so we make sure to book a table for you. Otherwise the owner will suggest the best restaurants nearby.

Etna Volcano Small Group Day Tour

Etna Volcano Small Group Day Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

This is a wonderful way to get out of the city and explore some truly wondrous volcanic landscape. It's a day of real trekking, but every step will be rewarded with wonderful views and a unique glimpse into the geological past which makes Italy what it is today.


Activity Level : Strenuous
Duration : 9 hours

Day 10

Day 10 - Your First Full Day in Etna

Taormina Full Day Private Excursion

Taormina Full Day Private Excursion

Included in your vacation package price.

No journey to this region of Italy is complete without a visit to Taormina. The architecture and history here will astound you. Your expert local guide will tell you stories from the rich and volatile past of the region as you stroll the streets, admiring the frescoes and facades. You'll stop in a local trattoria for some fresh fish before being taken back to your accommodation. The entire excursion takes about seven hours.


Activity Level : Light
Duration : 7 hours

Day 11

Day 11 - Traveling to Catania by Private Transfer & Private Car

After breakfast, your driver will transfer you to Catania's airport in due time for your departing flight.

We also offer the following excursions in Etna

Trekking to Etna's Summit – Small Group Excursion
Strenuous5 hours

Day Stop in Catania

Day Stop in Catania

1 days in Catania

Day Stop in Catania

Catania is characterized by an original Baroque style and unique black streets built from hardened lava, creating an elegant effect. This was the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily under the Aragonese dynasty and is notable for its “Pescheria," the ancient fish market. There's also a scenic cathedral and the splendid baroque Via dei Crociferi street, with its famed St. Benedict Monastery.

Catania is characterized by an original Baroque style and unique black streets built from hardened lava, creating an elegant effect. This was the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily under the Aragonese dynasty and is notable for its “Pescheria," the ancient fish market. There's also a scenic cathedral and the splendid baroque Via dei Crociferi street, with its famed St. Benedict Monastery.

Day 11 - Day Stop in Catania

Day 11 - Day Stop in Catania

Your driver will bring you to Catania airport in due time for your flight. In case of international flights, we recommend to be at the airport around 2 hours in advance, and in any case according to your airline's instructions.

What's Included

Here are all the services provided as part of your complete vacation package. See what every JayWay trip includes.
Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Palermo

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Palermo Airport Transfer
Street Food Group Walking Tour, Summer
Palermo - Agrigento Private Transfer with Winery Stop

Agrigento

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Valley of the Temples Electric Scooter Tour
Agrigento - Ragusa Ibla Private Transfer

Ragusa

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Ancient, Baroque, and Fascist Architecture Private Tour
Ragusa - Siracusa Private Transfer with stops in Modica and Noto

Siracusa

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Ortigia & the Archeological Park Private Tour
Siracusa - Etna Private Transfer

Etna

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Etna Volcano Small Group Day Tour
Taormina Full Day Private Excursion
Etna Agriturismo - Catania Private Transfer

Catania

The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website

Benefits of Traveling with JayWay

A JayWay vacation is more than the sum of its parts. Our team work tirelessly to ensure your experience is memorable for all the right reasons. Your trip is personalized to maximize your enjoyment. You're taken care of every step of the way.

A Travel Advisor who speaks your language
We will make sure that all your requirements and interests are taken into account in preparing your itinerary.
A totally tailored itinerary for your vacation
Your trip is customized for you by  an experienced trip planner and an expert on the region.
A choice of hand-picked hotels and excursions
We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
Detailed pre-trip preparation to make the most of every day
Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
On-trip Concierge Service to smooth out any bumps in the road
Our local staff are at your service throughout your journey via the local prepaid cellphone which we provide.
Personalized Guest Page to make sure you're not missing out
Packed with detailed information and recommendations curated by locals on the best things to do, see and eat.

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