See the Heart of Florence and Enjoy a Wine Tasting in the Tuscan Countryside
A unique experience in the heart of Florence: a scenic tour of the most beautiful places in the city at sunset and an exclusive dinner in the heart of its historic centre.
A wonderful cooking lesson, ideal for a small group tour. Learn How to Make a 4-course Italian Meal only using fresh and local ingredients. From the Market to the Table. What if returning from Italy you could show your family and friends not only pictures but your cooking skills too? Wouldn’t it be great to impress… View Article
Stroll through the narrow streets in the old centre of Bari and you will feel welcomed as though into someone’s sitting room. Unleash your imagination and dream: the gentle breeze of a typical Italian summer night, the smell of freshly baked focaccia and whole families sitting outside their home chatting, playing and joking. Very few… View Article
See Puglia from another perspective, From the open sea, with the wind blowing through your hair, a blue sky and the sun warming your skin. Departure is from the pier of the tourist harbour of Otranto and you are immediately enraptured by the impressive Bastion of the Pelasgiwhich protects the old centre of the city…. View Article
Puglia jealously passes on other types of tradition, such as the typical dances. The Pizzica is the most traditional form of group dancing, practiced only in the Salento, but known all over Italy.
What makes a trip unforgettable? As well as the natural beauty of the spot, the memory of typical food also contributes to it, with traditional dishes, the quality and flavour of local recipes. Puglia is a guarantee, both for the beauty of the area and the quality and goodness of its typical products. Bari does… View Article
Famous Alberobello, in the interior of Puglia, can be reached in 45 minutes by car or train from Bari. You absolutely have to visit it during your trip to Puglia and the south of Italy. It has been a Unesco World Heritage site since 1996. It is the home of trulli and has no fewer than 1,400!
The Grottos of Castellana are one of the major attractions in Puglia and are a natural and invaluable heritage for Italy. Situated at the entrance to the Valley of Itria, just a few miles from many fascinating villages such as Alberobello, Cisternino and Polignano a Mare, the Grottos of Castellana began to be formed about… View Article
With the hood down and the wind in your hair and the sun warming your skin: is this how you imagine your on the road holiday in Puglia? Travelling with your own car, being independent, changing your travel programme as you like and having the experiences you want; these are the advantages of hiring a car
Life in Puglia revolves around farming, This regions is well known for its red earth, for its age-old olive trees and for the production of the best extra virgin olive oil in the world and one of the fundamental ingredients of Italian cooking.
The trulli are characteristic of central and southern Puglia, built from dry stones laid on top of one another. They have whitewashed bases and a conical roof: the trullo is known and admired all over the world!
Bande di Cavriana is a beautiful area between Lake Garda (only 10 km away), Solferino and Castellaro Lagusello. We are in the province of Mantua, in an area recognized as a Unesco World Heritage Site for its prehistoric pile dwellings. This area has been known since antiquity as a land of fine wines: in his… View Article
Do you remember Audrey Hepburn riding a Vespa with Gregory Peck during Roman Holiday? Well, your clients can experience the same unforgettable experience by riding colourful Vespas through the wonders of the Eternal City: a chic tour and a great introduction to Rome, which will be explored like “real locals”. They will have the chance… View Article
European Capital of Culture for 2019, Matera is a fundamental stop on your journey to discover the south of Italy, between Puglia and Basilicata. Fascinating and mysterious, this city is unique in the world: you will be entranced by visiting it and surprised to learn about its difficult history and the desire of its inhabitants,… View Article
Rome is a large and ancient city, full of history, with many things to see and experiences to enjoy. The Must See list is really long and thinking that you can visit it only on foot is too tiring and not very practical.
You will be on board a real traditional wooden boat, salvaged and restored thanks to the passion of three young Venetians. and see the most beautiful city in the world from a unique perspective
Appreciating the quality of Italian food and enjoying the typical specialities is always a pleasant and elegant way of approaching Italian culture, but making these delicacies yourself is even better!
The city of Venice is unmistakable and unforgettable: the beautiful St. Mark’s Square, its canals with the gondolas, the romantic bridges that connect the city and the sunset that colours the sky and sea red. Venice also lingers in your heart because of its hidden and unique corners, its colourful details that make any day… View Article
Do you enjoy discovering the local places that hand down ancient traditions and do you like cheese? If you want to learn all the secrets of cheese-making, this experience is for you! A visit to the dairy will show you the art and work that goes into making cheese and processing milk, with the ancient… View Article
Charming villages, sunny beaches, elegant hotels, great wine and food, and – just around the corner – the stunning Dolomites and iconic cities such as Venice and Verona. This package will give your clients an unforgettable time in Italy: starting from touring Garda Lake and all its bright villages, they can also choose to visit… View Article
What about walking in the woods and getting lost in a starry sky? Peace, quietness, wild nature and silence: perfect ingredients for an enchanting experience which will be remembered for many years to come. If to all this, we add the fun of wearing a pair of snowshoes and the magic to be guided through… View Article
Harnessed to a cable, you will travel down the valley to San Vigilio, through a zigzag route, thanks to a metal cable anchored to large trees: with its 3,200 metres, it is the longest in Europe!
In the heart of splendid Trentino, along the road linking Trent and Riva del Garda, the northern tip of Lake Garda, there is the Valley of Lakes, a picturesque valley surrounded by ancient castles and pretty little lakes. Santa Massenza, a village linked with the ancient wine-making and distilling traditions is in this paradise.