Get acquainted with a new destination or explore one of your favorite Italian cities in a new and exciting way!
Whether you are looking to cover the must-see's, have more hands on experience with a cooking class, or really want to get out into the country with a bike ride, we have a wide selection for you to choose from.
Below are lists by city or category for you to browse while dreaming up your perfect vacation.
Discover one of the most famous Italian typical products “Parmigiano Reggiano” cheese, combined with a less known one that will be a real surprise - the king of the cold cuts, “Culatello di Zibello”.
From Turin, taste your way through the region of Piedmont on this private, guided wine tour.
Your tour begins in Barbaresco, home to a famous historical wine cellar. Tour the beautiful estate, then have a tasting of three of their top wines.
Lunch will be in Alba at a typical Piedmontese trattoria where you will try some local foods.
The last stop is in Barolo, the origin of the Barolo DOCG vineyards. Have a tasting in a prestigious winery located in the center of a natural amohitheater that overlooks the vineyards.
Today begins with a visit to an artisan butcher where you will taste the famous Piedmontese meats including battuta al coltello (raw meat), sausages of Bra served on fresh warm artisanal bread, and other delicious cold cuts.
Lunch will be at a typical Piedmontese trattoria where you will sample a few of the local specialties from their tasting menu plus wine.
Your last stop is to a small and excellent Barbaresco wine producer. The visit includes a stroll in the vineyards, estate, and cellar for a tasting of Moscato, Barbera and Barbaresco.
A full day private tour of the Tuscan cities Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Classico including a wine tour and wine and olive oil tasting.
Exact time will be provided in final documents. Pick up at your hotel.
Along this trail, get acquainted with the history of wine and the secret of how to keep long lasting traditions alive. Learn the different characteristics of wine, how distinguish the acidity and taste, and flavor pairing with food. Plus visit an olive oil mill in an ancient noble estate and learn about the olive oil production.
Take an intimate small group tour through Tuscany and discover the quintessence of Tuscan wines: the world-renowned Supertuscans.
A Supertuscan wine is the utmost expression of quality and winemaking skills of a wine producer and often his signature wine. A precious wine that sometimes is difficult to find outside the latest vintage - or even to get a taste of.
Walk to a private garden terrace overlooking the amazing views of the cove and fishing village of Portofino and meet a local producer that will introduce you to his production of olive oil and the local wine. Taste the precious extra-virgin olive oil no house should be without and discover how to prepare delicious sauces combining olive oil with aromatic herbs (such as basil, rosemary and sage). Then taste some local specialties paired with local wine.
Take a unique and authentic experience in Cinque Terre while on a beautiful 2-hour hike off the beaten path. You’ll meet your private guide for an exciting day of hiking, on a trail through the famous terraced vineyards of Cinque Terre. You will enjoy the breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea and Cinque Terre Villages. Then, you will reach the local trattoria where you will taste some famous Ligurian dishes and appetizers such as rice cake, vegetable pie, focaccia, anchovies, and local cheese.
In between the rolling hills of Chianti you will discover the rich history from the medieval villages, and taste the local delicacies along with the famous Chianti Classico wine. Chianti is a land known for its small towns, medieval castles and abbeys, and ancient wine making traditions.
There is no better way to discover the true essence of Chianti than to hike through the rolling hills and vineyards, taste its famous wine, and eat traditional Tuscan dishes.
Have the chance to create your own signature wine along with a professional winemaker!
Embark on a fascinating hunting experience to the outskirts of Chianti to “dig out” some amazing natural treasures- Tuscan Truffles. The truffle hunt will take place at the site where the famous battle of Monteaperti took place in 1260. Here you will learn all the secrets to the Tuscan Truffles including: their characteristics, properties, differences, and how to store and use them. This hunting experience will take place with an Expert Truffle Hunter and his wonderful dogs. The “Lagotto” (the special dog breed), makes truffle hunting possible.
Take an excursion to a land of ancient wine making traditions, unique landscapes, medieval castles and abbeys, and gorgeous vineyards surrounded by woods, olive groves and cypress trees. A region filled with exceptional beauty – Chianti. First stop along the winding hills of the Chianti Castles Route is the beautiful medieval town enclosed by massive walls, Radda in Chianti. This magnificent town is the perfect place to enjoy good wine and embrace the natural picturesque landscapes that surround you. Next is the ancient village of Vertine, a town rich with history as if time itself has
Castles, unique landscapes, rolling hills, and winding roads are just a few of the magnificent views you will admire along the way to Montalcino from Siena. While crossing the heart of Crete Senesi you will have the chance to stop and take pictures of the dune-like hills which have the appearance of a “lunar” landscape due to the grey coloration of its soil.
Venture to the beautiful countryside of the Orcia Valley to discover ancient, hilltop villages, rows of vineyards, and culinary specialties while surrounded by unique scents and amazing tastes. Crossed by the Orcia River, from which the Valley was named, this amazing region of Tuscany has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004, and it is considered to be a rustic treasure with breathtaking views and picturesque landscapes.
Take a journey to the two most historical villages in Tuscany: San Gimignano and Volterra, along with the city of Colle di Val D’Elsa. While on the way to San Gimignano, take a stop in the town of Colle di Cal d’Elsa, named after the River Elsa that crosses the valley, which is considered the capital of Italian Crystal. For 800 years this is the location where beautiful crystal glass is produced and transformed into gorgeous and unique handmade works of art. Have the chance to witness the crystal glass making first hand in a traditional factory in this amazing town.
Fire up your itinerary with an excursion to the Ferrari Museum in Maranello, FICO Eataly World and Bologna.
Experience the myth of the “Red Cars” by visiting the Ferrari Museum in Maranello with the exhibition of images, vintage cars, F1 single-seaters and admire the trophies won by the Ferrari racing teams all over the world and years.
Experience the true flavor of the Veneto countryside while on this 4-hour Soave Wine Tour. Departing Verona by air-conditioned minivan, along with your driver-guide, you will journey into the beautiful Veneto countryside through gorgeous olive groves, vineyards, and rolling hills of one of the most prestigious winemaking regions.
Enjoy a full day tour to the Food Valley from Verona and get fully immersed in the flavors of the most famous, traditional products of the region: Parmigiano Reggiano and Prosciutto di Parma.
Enjoy a full day tour to Bologna and the FICO agri-food park from Verona.