David Morton's Roman Road Walks - Adventures in Italy, Made to Order
Sturdy Roman roads, carved Etruscan tombs, sanctuaries of ancient gods, striking medieval towns and castles… Delicious meals, friendly people – come enjoy Italy at its best!

Dave

walking in italy
  • •  Undiscovered Italy, without the crowds
  • •  Just four to six guests
  • •  Your dates, your pace, your trip!
  • •  Delicious food highlighting local specialties and wines
  • •  Historic hotels, restored monasteries, family B&Bs, friendly village inns: old-world charm and comfort
  • •  Superb value: more Italy for your budget

Fifteen years in the making, these trips introduce you to local people, beautiful country and surprises from Italy’s past.

magical towns steeped in history

Our meeting point is Rome, one of the world’s most fascinating cities. Consider enjoying a few days here before walking, especially after a long flight. Lodging recommendations and booking are available, along with tips on exploring the city: write to me

Italian town
a walking trip just for you

There's no “tour group” to join - you choose the itinerary, dates, how far we walk, and lodging that suits the style and budget of your party (four to six). Smaller parties can request inclusion in other groups.

Planning: every trip is built to order. Write to me several months in advance with your ideas, and book early for best availability. Spring and fall are best for walking.

Cost: Seven-day trips from 1700 Euros per person for a party of four (about US$2000), with double occupancy in my recommended accommodations. Budget or upscale options are available in some locations. Includes all lodging, meals, transportation and daily guided walks for seven days; excludes airfare to Rome. 15% surcharge for single occupancy; larger groups slightly less per person. Shorter or longer trips can also be arranged.

Questions? Find answers at Q & A

For further information or booking please write to me

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Rendezvous: Rome
travel on a human scale
Queen of Roads
Montefiascone
Setting: the Roman countryside

The lovely Campagna Romana boasts diverse landforms and ecosystems, from vineyards and olive groves to fern-lined canyons and dazzling volcanic lakes. Ancient roads converge on Rome; vestiges of a mighty empire pervade the land. It’s a magical place to walk.

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