I LOVE Italy. I love trips to Italy. I love family trips to Italy. I love a couples trip to Italy. I love picturesque day trips when I can travel the countryside and be a photographer in Italy—the small towns, the winding streets, the beautiful doorways and passageways, the quaint architecture. I love it all.

I love the touristy experiences in the bigger cities such as Rome and Venice and Florence, but the smaller, out-of-the-way places and day trips (and some not so out-of-the-way places) are just magical to me. Italy photography is magical.

Much of our family trips to Italy “touristing” might be called do-it-yourself (DIY) as we often skip the guided tours and opt for leisure days roaming through Italian towns and villages.

9 Day Trips in Italy Photographers will Love

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When I travel as a photographer in Italy, I find picturesque moments around every corner on amazing day trips. I snap pictures here and there, sometimes waiting patiently for the perfect shot.

With camera in hand, here are my recommendations for 7 picturesque day trips in Italy.

1. Varenna

Varenna is one of the colorful destinations
Varenna, Italy

Varenna is simply amazing in its beauty. Every walkway, doorway, and passageway is a photographer’s dream. As far as day trips in Italy go, Varenna is pretty amazing.

Varenna will draw you in from the moment you arrive.

2. Bellagio

Bellagio is one of the best small towns in Northern Italy.
Bellagio, Italy on Lake Como

When you are visiting Varenna, be sure to purchase a ticket to Bellagio as well. Bellagio is just a short ferry-ride across Lake Como with a possible return later in the day back to Varenna. You can’t beat day trips in Lake Como.

Lake Como is beautiful as are all the small towns hugging the sides of the mountains surrounding the lake. Step off the ferry in Bellagio into a fairy tale.

Early morning is an awesome to visit as the streets in Bellagio are not terribly crowded with tourists. Perfect for Italy photography—my camera was never at rest for long.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • I’d get lost in Italy with you.
  • A gelato a day keeps the doctor away!
  • Every time I leave Italy, a part of me stays there.
  • I may not be able to speak Italian, but I can sure eat it!

3. Siena

Siena Italy is perfect for off season destinations
Siena, Italy

After spending the previous day exploring Varenna and Bellagio on my own, I was looking forward to the weekend and being able to sightsee with Chris.

We tried to rush ourselves out of the hotel for an 8:10 am bus to Siena, but we would have either had to snarf down a quick breakfast or skip it all together. We opted to slow things down and take the 9:10 am bus instead.

I asked for oatmeal, and after a long wait, was rewarded with a “Papa Bear” sized bowl. I ate only a small portion. Even the waiter walked by and said, “Oh, that’sa…biga,” in his Italian accent.

We downloaded the Rick Steves’ Siena walking tour from the Rick Steves’ Audio Europe app (a free app I might add), filled the Backpack for the day, and walked to the bus station. A backpack is perfect for your travel in Europe.

Thank heavens for Google Maps and my husband who is always so much better at navigating than I am. He makes day trips so much more fun.

Our bus drive from Firenze (Florence) to Siena was about one hour and 15 minutes along a beautiful route skirted with wineries dotting the mountain sides. Bellisimo.

After exiting the bus, we climbed up to the Central Square. The unusual aspect of Siena’s Central Square was that it did not house the Duomo (cathedral) as is the case with many European cities, instead it was home to the City Hall, and every year hosted the famous Palio horse race.

We started the Rick Steves walking tour for Siena, and then also purchased the OPA SI Pass (highly recommended) which allowed us to visit all of the museums in the Cathedral Complex: the Cathedral (with art treasures by Michelangelo, Donatello, and Bernini and its amazing marble-inlay floor), the Piccolomini Library, the Baptistry of San Giovanni, the Crypt, the Museo dell’Opera, panoramic terrace of the Duomo Nuovo (unfinished facade of the cathedral), San Bernardino Oratory, and Santa Maria della Scala hospital and museum.

Using our Airpods, we listened to the Duomo portion of the walking tour, learning about the beautiful floor tiles, murals, the choir, the library and more. Chris and I appreciated Rick’s information from the walking tour and the greater understanding of the different parts of the cathedral.

The most amazing part of the day was being able to climb up to the unfinished facade of the church, navigating narrowing circular stairs until the breathtaking view of Siena in 360 degrees of glory unfolded around us. I snapped as much Italy photography in my allotted time on the rooftop.

Amazing. 

The queue to visit the panoramic terrace was long, but the view at the top was totally worth the wait.

Chris and I stopped to enjoy lunch at a small café, Osteria Bonelli, at the base of Saint Catherine’s steps leading up to the Duomo.

The last site to visit on our OPA SI Pass was the old hospital. Its lower levels were a maze of walkways and alcoved rooms. Honestly, I would not have wanted to be sick at this time in history. But it was a progressive hospital and inspired advancements in health care and emergency rooms. 

The hospital also served as an orphanage, taking in children whose parents couldn’t care for them.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • “Life offers you a thousand chances … all you have to do is take one.” ~ Under the Tuscan Sun
  • “Rome. By all means. Rome!” ~ Roman Holiday
  • Ciao Bella!

4. Murano

Plan a trip to Murano Italy colorful homes along the canal with tips to take better travel photos
Murano, Italy Colorful homes

It’s a short day trip to Murano from Venice.

We purchased vaporetto passes for 20 euro each that allowed unlimited bus and vaporetto (boat) rides for 24-hours to visit the islands of Murano and Burano—islands found in the Venetian Lagoon about a mile from Venice. Murano is made up of seven islands linked by bridges; Burano is just one island.

Murano, famous for its blown glass and colorful homes, was our first stop for the day. Though our group of four were squished on the vaporetto with many other tourists on our way to the island, the tourists all fanned out once leaving the boat, and we were able to enjoy a less crowded day on the islands perusing the shops for mementos.

5. Burano

Burano best small towns in Northern Italy and colorful destinations around the world

We spent the morning being tourists in Murano before waiting in line for the our next boat to Burano, the second of our day trips.

Burano is famous for its lace work as well as brightly-colored homes. Our first encounter on the island, however was with a filming crew. We watched for a bit but nothing exciting was happening.

Our girls were hungry so we stopped at Devil Pizza at 2:30 pm. Chris ordered one medium pizza for 6€ and we made quick work of it. So we ordered another. It was just what we needed.

We had fun checking out the brightly-colored homes, adding more to our Italy photography, watching the ladies make lace, and shopping before returning to Venice.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • Life is a combination of pasta and magic. ~ Federico Fellini
  • You may have the universe, if I may have Italy. ~ Giuseppe Verdi
  • I love the Italian way of life. I love the food. I love the people. I love the attitudes of the Italians. ~ Elton John

6. Pompeii from Sorrento

Things to do in Pompeii see ruins

Pompeii has been on my bucket list before I even knew there were such things as bucket lists. I remember a teacher in the 3rd or 4th grade talking about Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius when I was a young girl; I was enthralled by it.

When looking at day trips in Italy, I highly recommend a visit to Pompeii. Even if you are planning weekend trips in Italy, Pompeii should be one of your destinations.

We debated up to the last minute between Pompeii and Erculano (Herculaneum), but finally opted for Pompeii since it was on my bucket list. We thought we were set for the day as we hopped off the train only to find out that the site was closed until 2:30 pm. There was nothing online to let us know that the site closed for a couple of hours around lunch; we had no choice but to just wait.

We had read that we would have to check our Backpacks, but we wore them in and were not asked to check them. Because it was the first Sunday of the month, the entrance fees for most museums in Europe are waived. We still had to stand in line for tickets, but they were FREE. Chris stood in line while Misha, Kristen and I moved off to the side to stay out of the mix.

And then we walked in to Pompeii and it was… awesome, inspiring, magnificent.

Even Chris, who was a little skeptical and came because I wanted to, was impressed. The site was crowded but not so much that a little patience garnered some fantastic shots without tourists to add to my Italy photography. Since it was Sunday, there were only a few tour groups in Pompeii but no school groups.

One of my favorite day trips ever!

Chris and the girls stopped for ice cream at the cafe, we filled up water bottles at spigots throughout Pompeii, and stopped a time or two for bathroom stops.

We toured the men’s and women’s ancient baths, the basilica, homes, the colosseum, and the theater, the forum, public toilets, restaurants, bars, and inns.

The streets were a marvel as stepping stones were conveniently placed to allow crossing from one side of the street to the other to keep feet clean. Anciently, the streets were regularly flooded to wash away all of the garbage and ruts were often carved in the roads to help wagons and chariots more easily navigate the “paved” roads.

We spent four hours wandering through the streets of Pompeii and loved every minute of our exploration. Pompeii needs to be one of your trips in Italy.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • Open my heart and you will see, graved inside of it, ‘Italy’. ~ Robert Browning
  • Italian style is a natural attitude. It is about a life of good taste. ~ Diego Della Valle
  • Traveling is the ruin of all happiness! There’s no looking at a building after seeing Italy. ~ Frances Burney

7. Isle of Capri from Sorrento

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Marina Piccola at Isle of Capri

If you are looking for cool day trips in Italy, look no further than a jaunt to the Isle of Capri. We caught the ferry from Sorrento to Capri. Chris had started suggesting that we take the 10:15 ferry, then the 10:45, then the 11:15, and finally we walked on to the 11:45 ferry, sitting on the left side of the ferry for the best view.

Some days on your trips to Italy, it is good to just give yourself time to relax.

Wouldn’t you know it though, as soon as we arrived on the island, our girls were hungry. Food and day trips. They go hand in hand.

After riding the funicular from the port in Marina Grande up to the Piazzetta in Capri, Chris found a cool takeaway spot for lunch from TripAdvisor.com. The girls picked up some more food from a little bodega down the block, and with a little more searching, we found a little piazza not too far away with a low ledge perfect for us to sit and enjoy our lunch.

A couple from Canada who had already spent hours trying to find their hotel while dragging their luggage behind them passed by our little piazza after stopping to catch their breath. Google maps had a hard time homing in on a location in the narrow, winding streets. And then we saw them again, still lost. The husband seemed determined to find the hotel on his own. He should have asked for directions.

We wandered around the island, stopping to tour the once private rose garden—Giardini di Augusto. It was small but the views were stunning. Seriously, the water was magnificent and clear. As a photographer in Italy, these were awesome.

The amount of tourists enjoying their day trips was overwhelming, so be prepared for that. For a little bit of quiet, we opted to catch a bus to Anacapri on the other side of the island. It was definitely less crowded with a more laid back feeling. Kristen found a cute hat to buy. And of course, there was gelato.

Once back to Capri, we climbed up to the Belvedere Cannon, a point where a defensive cannon was placed to defend the island. The view of the Faraglioni rocks, the Sirens’ Rock, the Carthusian Monastery, and the Gardens of Augustus was simply stunning.

Our return ferry to Sorrento was scheduled for 6:30 pm. To get to the ferry earlier in the day we had to climb down a huge staircase built into the side of the hill, and in the evening we arrived back in Sorrento and that darn staircase was still there. The girls were not thrilled as I took off to climb them. Apparently I walk too fast. And climb too fast. Especially up stairs. 130 steps.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • Carpe Diem * Seize the day
  • Vivi e lascia vivere * Live and let live
  • Mangia che ti passa * Eat and you will feel better
  • Lascia che la vita ti sorpresa * Let life surprise you
  • Chi non fa, non falla * He who makes no mistakes, makes nothing

8. Positano from Sorrento

Positano is one of the colorful destinations

We had a scheduled boat tour of the Amalfi Coast for one of our trips in Italy; the tour company picked us up at a hotel down the hill from our Airbnb. Yay for not having to walk to Sorrento!

Our driver took off driving through the back streets of Sant’Agnello, dropping us off at the head of an alley. From there we were handed off to another worker (and Chris joked that we were part of some elaborate kidnapping scheme). That worker sent us down an elevator (yay for no stairs) that was built into the side of the cliff. 

Upon exiting the elevator we were met by another employee of the tour company, and after walking a short distance ended up at the boat tour offices to sign waivers and to be assigned to a boat and skipper. We were in group #3 with eight others.

The waters in the Sorrento peninsula were very choppy. I don’t usually get motion sickness, but I had to change places with Misha in order to get some fresh air on my face. Chris and Kristen sat on the front of the boat.

Our driver, Flavio, did his best to navigate the waters so that we were experiencing the least amount of rocking. One of his coworkers purposely drove close to our boat creating a lot more choppiness with his wake. Flavio scoffed, “He isa stupid-a skipper.”

After we reached the end of the peninsula and turned toward the Amalfi Coast, Flavio pulled the boat into a quiet cove and announced it was time to swim. He brought out pool noodles, snorkels, and chips. He also offered a variety of drinks and snacks throughout the day.

Kristen was the first to jump in the water, followed by Chris.

Even Misha jumped in. The water wasn’t terrifically warm, but Kristen had been looking forward to swimming for days. Flavio threw small bits of biscuits in the water and blue fish swarmed. Lots of smiles. 

Our next stop was Amalfi for about 60 minutes. We didn’t have a lot of time and needed to find some lunch. We enjoyed takeaway from a small place called Fior di Pizza.

From Amalfi we headed to Positano where we had a little more time. Definitely a picturesque day among all of the day trips from Italy. Kristen swam while Chris soaked up some rays whilst keeping an eye on her. Misha and I explored and finally found a cute dress that Kristen had been searching for. And there were lots of opportunities for my inner photographer in Italy to be happy.

We followed the coastline back to Sorrento with one more stop to swim. Kristen and one other guy from our tour were the only ones to get in the water.

We arrived back in Sant’Agnello around 7:15 pm after a lovely day.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • Keep calm and go to Italy.
  • Living la bella vita.
  • Life’s too short, get the double scoop of gelato.

9. Orvieto from Rome

Dreamy small towns in Italy near Florence

Getting to Orvieto for one of our last day trips in Italy involved an hour train ride outside the city and another early start to our day. This was one of the day trips in Italy that I was eagerly anticipating.

We had maybe five minutes to snarf down our breakfast and then run to the bus stop. And then we waited. You just never know if the buses and trams for your day trips in Italy will be on time or not. We decided to hop on a tram since our bus wasn’t appearing and as soon as we got on, our bus rumbled around the corner. We rode the tram for one stop. Got off, hopped on the bus, took it to the subway station, ran down the stairs to just catch our subway train. 

Once we got to the train station it was an all out run to the furthest possible loading dock in the station. Now, I have endurance to run distances, but I am not a good sprinter. And for my short legs to keep up with my long-legged family was near to impossible. Chris got to the train and kept running and running past the train carriages (apparently he was tall enough to see the full seats inside), but I just kept yelling in my head, “Stop running past all the train carriages and get on the train!  Seriously. Get. On. The. Train!” I was dying.

We gratefully slouched into our train seats with two minutes to spare.

It took me probably twenty minutes just to cool down enough to stop fanning myself. Sweat was dripping, and I am sure it was not a pretty sight. 

All throughout Europe I had kept a folded pamphlet in my backpack specifically for the purpose of fanning myself through hot flashes. If you are traveling with hot flashes, I highly recommend keeping a fan with you at all times on your day trips!

People had to move their bags from their seats to give us room to sit close together and weren’t exactly happy for the inconvenience. Oh well. The train was full.

But we made it and we had a delightful day ahead of us. Orvieto had been recommended to us by a few individuals, so we were excited to explore. 

Orvieto sat atop a very steep cliff—a rupe—visible for miles before you even arrived. The easiest way up the side of the cliff was to catch the funicular after you left the train station.

Did you know that you can often buy funicular tickets for your day trips at a magazine stand if one is close by? Chris did.

Chris stopped just as we got off the train and bought tickets. We walked onto the funicular while everyone else stood in line at the funicular office to get tickets.

We stopped first at a bakery for bread as we walked toward the Duomo and you’d think my girls hadn’t had carbs in weeks.

Chris disappeared to buy tickets for an Underground Cave Tour. Most of the homes in Orvieto have caves dug out underneath (following strict specifications). Today they are used for storage and wine cellars, but years ago they were used for olive oil production with olive presses, cold storage, and pigeon nests.

They ate the pigeons. 

We enjoyed an informative tour with Rosita, our guide, who was animated and engaging. If your day trips ever take you to Orvieto, I highly recommend the Underground Cave Tour.

We lunched at Il Dialogo on their patio, and apparently, I was not the first to inquire about purchasing one of their water bottles. The manager said I could buy one if I wanted to pay 20 euro. When they first started using the bottles they ordered about 200. People, such as myself, had wanted to buy them, and they were now down to 20 bottles. I declined.

We walked along parts of the city wall. The views were amazing and just how you might imagine an Italian countryside would look. 

Pictures just don’t do the panorama and variations of green any justice for this Italy photography. You need to see it in person!

Our afternoon was spent wandering the city, eating gelato, and enjoying Orvieto and fewer tourists before descending to the train station via the funicular and heading back to Rome. Orvieto was another one of favorite day trips.

Italy Instagram Captions

  • Home sweet Rome.
  • Italy has changed. But Rome is Rome. ~ Robert De Niro
  • Money can’t buy happiness but it can buy a ticket to Italy.
  • All roads lead to Rome.
  • When in Rome…
  • A fool is one who admires other cities without visiting Rome. ~ Francesco Petrarca

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Photography Gear to Improve Your Travel Photos

I take photos everyday and everywhere. Sometimes I quickly grab my phone before the opportunity is gone, and sometimes I use my DSLR for a well-composed quality shot.

Sometimes when I travel, I have both my phone and my camera ready to go (I look like such a tourist!). When you are a photographer in Italy, there are just so many picturesque moments!

You may encounter people who are passionate about their brand of camera. There has long been a debate about which camera brand is the best—Sony, Canon, Nikon, etc. The answer? Whatever camera you have with you!!!

Here are a few ideas for your camera gear options for day trips in Italy:

Just remember, you don’t have to travel with ALL of your photography equipment, especially on your day trips. Pack lightly. Take only the essentials. That may mean your camera body, one possibly two versatile lenses, and a few accessories.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Italy famous for?

If pizza and pasta immediately come to mind, you might be right. Have you ever wanted to make gnocchi like an Italian grandma? Italy is also famous for its art, idyllic countrysides, culture and architecture.

What is the most beautiful place in Italy?

Ummm, everywhere. Seriously, it is hard to pick just one. Pretty sure if you go, you will love Florence, Venice, Cinque Terre, Lake Como, Milan, and any of the day trips mentioned in this post.

When is the best time to visit Italy?

The best months are in the shoulder season months of May and June and then September and October. You’ll enjoy fewer crowds and more pleasant weather.

When does Italy shut down in the summer?

Well, not completely shut down, but August is the month that many Italians close up shop and go on vacation themselves.

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Final Thoughts on The 9 Best Day Trips in Italy for Photographers

If Italy is your destination of choice, you will find a myriad of small villages and town to visit along with major tourist sites on your trips in Italy.

Brush up on your photography skills to be ready to be a photographer in Italy. Amazing vistas and views await you.

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78 Comments

  1. Love your detailed posts! Oh…and the photos are splendid, too. I have not been to Italy. I know…how dare I? It’s on the list — someday, somehow. Pinning this for future travels…per usual!

  2. You’ve captured so much beauty here! The hubby & I must see the smaller places, as well as the major attractions when we go together. Thank you for sharing 🙂

    1. Oh thank you. We like to see the major attractions because they are major attractions, but we really love our day trips to the small villages.

  3. I’m not a photographer but wow Italy is breathtaking! Thank you for sharing this! I am looking forward to visit Italy some day ?

  4. Your photos are beautiful! I am not a professional photographer or anything, but still want to take all of these trips! Italy is beautiful!

  5. Love your post. I too enjoy the smaller, less crowded towns. I enjoy the flowers, the doors, the arches … you name it. Your pics are fantastic. I see you use a real camera. I take mine with my iPhone but always contemplate going back to a real camera. Thanks for sharing. Would love to visit Orvieto and Burano and Varenna.

    1. Thank you. I switch between my Canon 6d Mark II and my iPhone. I always have both on me. Sometimes the iPhone just takes better pics on the go and gets the lighting right without me having to think about it.

  6. Beautiful photos ?? I keep seeing Burano pop up more and more on IG, and it just looks magical. How cool that you got to see it with no one else around.

  7. I love Italy too! I’ve been to most of the places you mentioned, and I can attest they’re a dream for photographers. I added the other ones to my list for when I return to Italy. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  8. There are so many beautiful places in Italy to visit! Varenna and Bellagio look simply charming! I’d love to visit them for a photoshoot! Thanks for the great guide!

  9. oh my goodness this looks incredible. Italy is our dream, and we had our trip canceled last year. I can’t wait until it works out again. You’ve listed some amazing looking places!

  10. These are great day trips, but definitely good for photography. I’ve done a few of them, and especially loved Orvieto from Rome. I can’t wait to get back and try some new ones like Positano. Day trips are great ways to see more of the country while having a home base.

  11. Lovely post with so many beautiful places to photograph! Italy really is a photographer’s dream. I’ve visited many times but it has been about 10 years from my last trip. This makes me want to go back! I agree sometimes wandering the small villages is just as much fun as the big cities. I really enjoyed the Florence, Venice and Sienna regions a lot!

  12. It would be hard for me to pick just 7 day trips in Italy for photographers. But you have included some new ones for our next visit. Varenna and Bellagio both look lovely as day trips from Milan. Great that you can visit Orvieto by train from Rome.

  13. We have something in common – we both LOVE Italy! That country is chock full of pretty towns and sites. Endless opportunities for day trips! I love the 7yiu recommended and have done the Siena from Florence too.

  14. As a photographer, I too love Europe! I only went to Rome in Italy (just ran out of time), so it was interesting to see/hear some more places. I really love the photos from Varenna and Bellagio.

  15. All of these day trip ideas look incredible to take photos at! I’m so sad I wasn’t able to go on a day trip from Milan when I visited – hopefully next time!

  16. I would love to explore more of Italy since I have only visited Rome. Such beautiful photo. Murano and Burano look AMAZING! Pinning so I have this guide when I make it back there.

  17. Wow these are all gorgeous places! While I’d love to visit all of them, I think Murano and Burano are at the top of my list. I just love the colors!

  18. I have only been to Italy once, and after reading and seeing your blog I really want to go back soon. I believe it’s the sort of place one never gets bored of! 🙂

  19. First time reader and loved hearing about your many adventures! How you wrote about it makes me want to go to all the destinations. Definitely on my travel bucket list now. I look forward to reading more articles!

  20. Such a great post! This made me want to get back to Italy. I also loved all the photography resources, I’ve thought about taking a beginner course myself. Thanks for sharing!

  21. Love this post and an Italy trip steadfastly remains on my bucket list and learning toward southern Italy. And, I need to up my game with photography. Will check out your recommendations!

  22. Great guide! Love the beautiful photos. I haven’t been to many of these places, so will be bookmarking this for future reference. Thank you.

  23. Your photos are incredible. I love Italy and have been to all place advise except Pompeii. I have already planned a trip there in autumn. Thanks for useful tips!

  24. Brilliant suggestions for day trips. I’m keen to do the trip to Murano and Burano, the brightly coloured houses and boat transport sound fab. Thanks for sharing.

  25. Who what a beautiful place to photograph!
    Thank you for such an incredible inspiration for travel and photography! You must visit South Africa now 🔆🔆🇿🇦

  26. DIY traveling is my favorite traveling, too, especially with camera in hand. All of these day trips sound absolutely wonderful!

  27. What great tips for photographers. I love that there are some day trip options as they’re easy to add in to the trip, and DIY is a good option to take things at your own pace

  28. I love your photos, and what a place to take them. My goal is to become a better photographer.

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