Discovering Piedmont and Turin, the first capital city of Italy

Discovering Piedmont and Turin, the first capital city of Italy

Discovering Piedmont and Turin, the first capital city of Italy

A land of vineyards and old Roman roads and remains

Discovering Piedmont and Turin, the first capital city of Italy

A land of vineyards and old Roman roads and remains

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Alba, piazza Risorgimento
Barolo
Langhe
Torino, vista dal monte Cappuccini

The trip starts with a visit to the capital city of the region: Turin, the historical capital of the Kingdom of Savoy. The city hosts the Museo Egizio, the second in the world after Cairo’s, that displays sarcophagi, mummies, vases, statues, weapons, tools, papyruses and paintings that document the various aspects of the Egyptian civilization.

The visit continues in the Langhe area, in Alba, the city with a hundred towers, with its medieval centre and its many forts, towers and Romanesque-Gothic monuments, such as the imposing Duomo, the Church of San Domenico and the Church of Saint John the Baptist.

Moving on, you will visit the wine region and stop and taste some of the best local wines.

Finally, the spectacular panoramic tour of the Barolo wine region, where you will taste traditional local products and grappas.

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Noble Sicily and the Kolymbetra Garden

Noble Sicily and the Kolymbetra Garden

Noble Sicily and the Kolymbetra Garden

Discovering Sicily’s special locations

Noble Sicily and the Kolymbetra Garden

Discovering Sicily’s special locations

This trip will lead you to discover Sicily’s special places that exude the history and culture of this region.

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Cattedrale di Palermo
giardino della Kolymbethra
giardino della Kolymbethra
Palermo, Cappella Palatina
Palermo, Palazzo dei Normanni

Starting from Agrigento, the “Cradle of Magna Graecia”, where every year thousands of tourists come to see the “Valley of the Temples” and the ruins of Akragas, defined by Pindar as the “most beautiful of mortal cities”, surrounded by hundreds of almond trees. The Kolymbethra Garden, an archaeological site of great natural and landscaping significance, is located in a small valley within the Valley of the Temples.

Palermo

Visits will lead you to Palermo, one of Sicily’s most beautiful cities, located in a large bay at the feet of Mount Pellegrino. Originally a Phoenician colony, due to its favourable position it was later contended by Greeks and Carthaginians. Palermo has many Arab-Norman, Renaissance and Baroque architectural features, such as the Cathedral and the Royal Palace that hosts the precious Palatine Chapel.

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In Venice for the Carnival

In Venice for the Carnival

In Venice for the Carnival

From 8 to 25 February 2020

In Venice for the Carnival

From 8 to 25 February 2020

Venice’s Carnival is one of the most famous in the world, an important international appointment that every year attracts thousands of people.

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Venezia

Every year thousands of people invade the city’s traditional alleys and small squares, enveloped in a fantastic atmosphere that only Venice can offer.

The visit will include the town centre and the buildings and Museums dressed up for the occasion.
During the stay in Venice, we also offer a visit to Chioggia, the “other Venice”, that competes with the capital for which one can boast the oldest origin and has a buzzing and lively atmosphere.

The excursions to the islands of Murano and Burano will be the occasion to learn about glass manufacturing and see the characteristic colourful houses.

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Discovering Tuscany and Val D’Orcia

Discovering Tuscany and Val D’Orcia

Discovering Tuscany and Val D’Orcia

the cradle of the Renaissance

Discovering Tuscany and Val D’Orcia

The cradle of the Renaissance

A trip that will allow you to discover the best and most unusual side of Tuscany.

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Pecorino di Pienza
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Monte Oliveto
Bagno Vignoni
San Gimignano
zona del Chianti
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Firenze
Firenze
Firenze

The Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, in the province of Siena, a real treat for art and history enthusiasts, features many frescos; its monastery is part of the Benedictine Congregation of Santa Maria di Monte Oliveto.

The visit to the ancient village of Bagno Vignoni will also be a treat. The central piazza features a large medieval tank, with a spring steaming water, which creates a fairytale-like atmosphere that has amazed visitors for centuries.

The trip continues in Pienza, a small village in the renowned Val D’Orcia, which enjoys a strategic position at the top of a hill overlooking the valley and offering breathtaking views. This enchanting village is known as the “ideal” city of the Renaissance, created by a great humanist, Enea Silvio Piccolomini, who became Pope Pius II.

The trip includes visits to San Gimignano, a Unesco World Heritage Site and to Florence that with its museums, old buildings and churches, hosts some of the most important artistic treasures in the world.

Finally, a visit to the Chianti region to taste some of its world-famous wine.

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Weekend on Lake Garda

Weekend on Lake Garda

Weekend on Lake Garda

culture, landscapes and unique tastes

Weekend on Lake Garda

Culture, landscapes and unique tastes

A trip to discover the beauty of one of Italy’s largest lakes and the historical and artistic heritage surrounding it.

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Parco Giardino di Sigurtà
Parco Giardino di Sigurtà
Gardone Riviera, Vittoriale
Gardone Riviera, Vittoriale
Vittoriale, teatro
Lago di Garda

The visit includes the Vittoriale degli Italiani, the house of poet Gabriele D’Annunzio, the medieval Rocca Scaligera castle, built at the end of the 13th century at the bidding of the town lords of Verona, a suggestive entrance to the old town of Sirmione that can be reached walking across a stone bridge that leads to Piazza Castello, where the Church of Saint Anna is located.

The visit continues with a walk in the centre of Torri del Benaco, a beautiful small town that hosts the Ethnographic Museum, with the first room dedicated to fresh water fishing in Italy.

The trip ends with a visit to Park Sigurtà, a 60-hectare natural park in Valeggio sul Mincio, in the province of Verona. Runner-up for the European Garden Award in 2015 and winner of the Best Italian Park Award in 2013.

Si visiterà il Vittoriale degli Italiani con la Casa di D’Annunzio, la Rocca Scaligera, di epoca medievale, costruita alla fine del Duecento dai Signori di Verona che fa da suggestivo ingresso al borgo di Sirmione il cui centro lo si raggiunge attraversando un piccolo ponte in pietra che immette su Piazza Castello, dove si trova la Chiesa di S. Anna.

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