Begin in Monte-Carlo, a stunning city of glitz and glamour on the French Riviera.
In Santa Margherita, explore its stunning castle, built in 1550, stroll the scenic city square lined with colorful palaces, or take advantage of a late stay and venture to nearby Portofino, the playground of the rich and famous.
With an overnight in Livorno, you’ll be at the gateway to Florence’s classics—the David, the Duomo, and the Uffizi Gallery—and Pisa’s famous leaning tower.
In Portoferraio, on Elba, visit Napoleon’s villas (he was exiled here for a decade), and take a cable car climb to the top of scenic Mount Capanne.
From here, it’s off to the seaside town of Amalfi.