You will visit Naples starting from the symbolic square of the city: Piazza del Plebiscito, from which your pedestrian tour will begin passing through the historic center, from the Church of S. Chiara with the Cloister to the Cathedral of San Gennaro, and again from the artisan shops of S. Gregorio Armenian to the historical-monumental sites that surround them. The visit will not miss the Umberto I Gallery next to Piazza del Plebiscito, the outside of the San Carlo Theater, the Royal Palace and finally the Maschio Angioino. From Naples you will move towards the center of Italy, arriving in Orvieto, a village located on the top of a hill, at a height of about 325 meters above sea level. Orvieto is renowned for its civil architecture which is rich in the historic center, including the Cathedral of the same name, defined as an excellent masterpiece of Central Italian Gothic architecture, completed about 300 years after the start of its constructions, in 1591. The very high façade saturated with details, bas-reliefs and sculptures overlooks the square of the same name from which a historical-cultural journey begins for the entire historic center. From the heart of Italy you will move towards the Cinque Terre, a few kilometers from the border between the Tuscany region and the Liguria region. The Cinque Terre are a stretch of rugged coastline following the city of La Spezia and, in addition to having become a National Park over time, it has also become a UNESCO World Heritage Site of a naturalistic nature. The Cinque Terre places that you will not know the name of, but that you will surely have once in your life seen as, starting from east to west, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare belong to the Cinque Terre. Finally, you will move to Genoa, the Ligurian capital that conserves seventeenth-century buildings with an architectural style very similar to the English model. You will visit the historic center and then end the day by returning to where it all began, in Milan.