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Your Own Italy: Small Group Tours
Your Own Italy: Small Group Tours

Your Own Italy: Small Group Tours

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8
AGE RANGE
5-80
RESPONSE RATE
100%
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  • Boutique and bespoke tours for Italy.
  • We will provide an experienced, English-fluent guide to escort you throughout your vacation or excursion.
  • We will take care of you during your Italian visit, with personal attention – nearby and a phone call away, with every hotel and restaurant personally vetted by our founder, Carmen Carbonell.
  • Our goal: when you return home, you will feel that Italy has become your own, with a vacation or day excursion that was absolutely perfetto.

Your Own Italy is a Tour company operating from Rome. We serve travellers who want to be guided through their time in Italy but do not want to be part of a large group. Our small group tours permit us to personally share the Italy we have come to know and love over o...

Your Own Italy is a Tour company operating from Rome. We serve travellers who want to be guided through their time in Italy but do not want to be part of a large group. Our small group tours permit us to personally share the Italy we have come to know and love over our 30+ years of experience.

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About Your Own Italy: Small Group Tours

Your Own Italy is a Tour company operating from Rome. We serve travellers who want to be guided through their time in Italy but do not want to be part of a large group. Our small group tours permit us to personally share the Italy we have come to know and love over our 30+ years of experience.

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Questions & Answers

Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions.

  • When is the latest date we can make a booking?

    As Your Own Italy tours are specialised tours and can be tailored to suit your travel arrangements, all tours must be booked 3 weeks out from your intended date of travel.

  • What if there is bad weather on the tour?

    If there is bad weather on the tour, don't worry the tours will operate rain or shine!

  • Is there a dress code that I should know about before travelling to Italy?

    There is no general dress code when travelling throughout Italy, however, there is a dress code for churches and basilicas. When you are entering religious buildings it is important to have your shoulders and knees covered as shorts, mini-skirts, and sleeveless shirts are not permitted. It is also recommended that you not take large bags or backpacks on tours that include churches as storage options are not usually available.

  • Can I use my mobile phone in Italy?

    In regards to using your phone overseas as every passenger is different, it is best to check with your network carrier to see if your phone is compatible with an overseas network.

  • What is the VAT Tax?

    VAT is a value added tax that is included in the sale price of most goods. As a tourist, you are entitled to reimbursement of this tax. If you see a "Euro Tax Free" sign on a store window or door this means that the store participates in the "Tax Free Italy" program. When making a purchase at a tax free store, present your passport at the cash register and ask the store clerk to issue you a "Tax Free Shopping Cheque" along with a receipt. The store will charge you tax at the time of sale. The Tax Free Shopping form will indicate the amount of VAT (IVA) refund that you are eligible to receive at the Global Refund desk at the airport in Italy. Keep the merchandise that you purchased with you at the airport (if possible) when submitting your refund form as Customs sometimes can ask to inspect the merchandise before stamping the Tax Refund Forms.

  • Is tipping compulsory in Italy?

    Tipping is not compulsory in Italy however it is always a kind gesture and proper etiquette to leave a small amount of cash depending on the level of service you receive in restaurants, bars, hotels and taxis etc.

  • What is the best way to exchange my cash for Euros?

    The best exchange rate is always generally with your credit card or debit card but almost all cards are now charging on average a 3% foreign transaction fee. Many places do not accept AMEX as their bank charge is higher than Visa or MasterCard. Another option is simply going to a currency exchange store before you depart to get some Euros converted from your usual currency to cash.

  • What will be included in our travel documents before we begin our trip?

    Once your booking has been confirmed and full payment received, you will receive via email a Your Own Italy travel packet consisting of a detailed day-to-day itinerary, plus detailed information and contacts for your accommodations, tours, excursions and transportation.

  • Is travel insurance compulsory?

    It is highly encouraged for you to buy travel insurance at the time of booking, in the event you must cancel and forfeit funds or in the unfortunate case of injury or loss. If you have not already purchased your travel insurance, you can receive a quote from one of our travel partners World Nomads by clicking the following link - https://www.tourradar.com/travel-insurance.

  • What will be included in our travel documents before we begin our trip?

    Once your booking has been confirmed and full payment received, you will receive via email a Your Own Italy travel packet consisting of a detailed day-to-day itinerary, plus detailed information and contacts for your accommodations, tours, excursions, and transportation.

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