Upcoming Tours 2022

Travel in Italy as an Italian

Upcoming Tours 2022

Scheduled tours for 2022 in Italy

Sicily



April 1st – 11th, 2022

October 1st – 11th, 2022

Sicily is the biggest island of Italy, located in the South part of the country. Thanks to its geographical position, in the past it was dominated by several populations, who left their influence, that you can see still today, both on the architecture and on the food!

Sicily is the best combination of different cultures and cuisines:
- Norman style in Palermo area (the street food is the best expression);
- Arabic style in Trapani area (the cous cous is the symbol of this cuisine);
- Spanish style in Ragusa area (the artisanal chocolate is predominant, not only as dessert)!.

As it is an island, in the Sicilian cuisine you will find a lot of seafood, but in Ragusa the black pork of Nebrodi Mountains is renewed and also the cultivation of vegetables is very important, thanks to the sun almost all the year. Last, but not least, the production of wines (both red and white) and of extra virgin olive oil is one of the most important of the region.

Besides the food, also the landscape is really interesting and complex: mountains, hills, rock coasts, sandy coasts and a gorgeous sea make Sicily a jewel to see!

Puglia



April 1st – 11th, 2022

October 1st – 11th, 2022

Puglia is located in the South Italy, surrounded by two seas, the Adriatic and Ionian Sea. It is called “il tacco d’Italia” the “heel of Italy”. This region has amazing landscape and towns.

Its gorgeous coasts, both sandy and rocky; the beautiful monuments and the historic center of Lecce (the capital); Ostuni, called the “white town”; Otranto and Gallipoli, two different towns overlooking two different seas; Alberobello, a particular town with the famous houses called “trulli”; Polignano A Mare, an amazing town overhanging the sea; thousands ancient olives grooves and vineyards… this is only one part of the beautiful region of Puglia!

The cuisine is various: seafood is prevalent, but also vegetables (well known tomatoes, artichokes, zucchini, chicory, eggplants) and cheeses, as the burrata and stracciatella…delicious! As wine, the red one has the majority of the production, that’s why many wine producers make the rosé wine, for the fish pairing, and the extra virgin olive oil production is one of the biggest in Italy.

Come to discover Puglia!

Sardinia



Date on request

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, after Sicily, located in the center of the western Mediterranean. Rich in mountains, the Gennargentu is the largest mountain complex in the region, forests, largely uninhabited territories, waterways, beautiful rocky coasts and long sandy beaches, as the amazing Costa Smeralda, for the variety of its ecosystems the island has been defined as a micro-continent.

This is a unique island, for centuries and centuries "far" from the Mediterranean history and commerce, land of ancient civilizations and shepherds, who left the “nuraghi”, ancient cone-shaped defensive towers, the largest and best preserved in Europe. Sardinia is one of the most artisanal regions and its cuisine is varied, based on an agro-pastoral culture, enriched in history through contributions and contaminations from contacts and exchanges between different Mediterranean cultures. Varied and diverse, it ranges from roasted meats, to bread, pasta, cheeses and wines.

The basis of Sardinian cuisine is durum wheat, that gives to the region typical products and dishes: Carasau bread, malloreddus (traditional gnocchi of durum wheat semolina flavored with saffron), fregola (a particular dry pasta made from durum wheat semolina) and the Culurgiones (typical pasta stuffed with ricotta and mint). One of the symbols of this cuisine is the “Porcheddu sardo” typical pork meat, but there are so many traditional products, as Pecorino Sardo, bottarga, saffron, tuna, myrtle. Sardinia also produces excellent wines.

In a few words, Sardinia deserves to be discovered in all its shades…

come to explore Sardinia!

A Taste Of Italy

Not enough time to travel? New formula: from Sunday to Sunday, pay for one travel two people!

Sicily



Date on request

Sicily is the biggest island of Italy and thanks to our new formula, tailored for anyone who don’t have enough time to travel, we give the opportunity to get a taste of this beautiful region!

Just a week, from Sunday to Sunday, discovering the Northwestern side of Sicily. From Palermo to Trapani, coasting the Gulf of Castellammare, admiring amazing landscapes and learning about the Arabic-Norman culture.

A unique experience, in few days, between food, wine, history, sea and a lot of fun!

Puglia Bike Tour



Date on request

Piemonte is an amazing region, located in the Northern part of the Country, on the border with France, at the foot of Apls.

With beautiful hills covered by huge vineyards, that becomes red and orange during the Fall giving a natural show in Langhe and Roero areas; Medieval Castles in Monferrato area, still in great shape; and fascinating cities, rich of tradition and history, as Asti, Alba, Torino; Piemonte is one of the most visited region of Italy.

Not only for the landscape, but also for its incredible cuisine, influenced by French cuisine, based on cheeses, charcuterie, read meat, rise, with huge rise fields, white and black truffle, very popular the truffle fair in Alba and Moncalvo, chocolate and…last but not least nougat!

As wine, the production is one of the biggest in Italy, especially red fine wines, as Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo and many others. Don’t forget the great Grappa!

Come to explore Piemonte!

A Taste Of Italy

Not enough time to travel? New formula: from Sunday to Sunday, pay for one travel two people!

Puglia



Date on request

Puglia, located on the South of Italy, is called the “hill of the booth” and with our new formula, for anyone who don’t have enough time to travel, we give the opportunity to get a taste of this beautiful region!

Just a week, from Sunday to Sunday, discovering the Salento are, the most Southern and fascinating side of the region.

From Santa Maria di Leuca to Lecce, admiring amazing landscapes and learning about the Salentine culture. A unique experience, in few days, between food, wine, olive oil, history, sea and a lot of fun!

Emilia Romagna



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Emilia Romagna is a beautiful region, located in north-west part of Italy and characterized by beautiful hills, flat land and sea coasts.

This is one of the most famous Italian regions, well known for some products that represent the Italian excellence, as Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano Reggiano, Aceto Balsamico di Modena, Tortellini, Lambrusco wine variety and the renowned car factories, as Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini, just to make an example.

Full of tradition, typical food and artisan producers.

Emilia Romagna is also rich of history and culture. Just think about Parma, Modena, Ferrara and the capital, Bologna, fascinating medieval city called “la dotta, la grassa, la rossa” that means “dotta” (erudite) because it boasts the oldest university in the western world; “grassa” (fat) for its rich and substantial food; “rossa” (red) for the walls, the medieval houses, the roofs and tiles that color the city in red.

Come to discover Emilia Romagna!

A Taste Of Italy

Not enough time to travel? New formula: from Sunday to Sunday, pay for one travel two people!

Piedmont



Date on request

Piedmont is a fantastic region, on the border with France and Alps, and with our new formula, for anyone who don’t have enough time to travel, we give the opportunity to get a taste of this beautiful region!

Just a week, from Sunday to Sunday, discovering and exploring the Langhe and Monferrato land.

From Torino to Asti, crossing and admiring amazing landscapes and beautiful hills. A unique experience, in few days, between food, wine, chocolate, nougat, history and a lot of fun!

Umbria



Date on request

Umbria is an interesting region, located in the central part of Italy. It is the heart of Italy.

The landscape is amazing, with beautiful hills, mountains and medieval villages still in great shape, as Perugia (the capital), Assisi, Gubbio, Bevagna, Orvieto.

Umbria is well know for its historical-religious past, well represented by Assisi, the city of San Francesco, Patron Saint of Italy. It is also well know for its cuisine, that is a cuisine from the land. Think about the black truffle, especially in Gubbio and Orvieto area, the red wine, in Umbertide and Montefalco area, extra virgin olive oil (the most important variety is Moraiolo) and beans in Foligno area. Don’t forget the charcuterie and wild meat in almost all the dishes.

Come to discover Umbria!

Piedmont



Date on request

Piemonte is an amazing region, located in the Northern part of the Country, on the border with France, at the foot of Apls.

With beautiful hills covered by huge vineyards, that becomes red and orange during the Fall giving a natural show in Langhe and Roero areas; Medieval Castles in Monferrato area, still in great shape; and fascinating cities, rich of tradition and history, as Asti, Alba, Torino; Piemonte is one of the most visited region of Italy.

Not only for the landscape, but also for its incredible cuisine, influenced by French cuisine, based on cheeses, charcuterie, read meat, rise, with huge rise fields, white and black truffle, very popular the truffle fair in Alba and Moncalvo, chocolate and…last but not least nougat!

As wine, the production is one of the biggest in Italy, especially red fine wines, as Barolo, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo and many others. Don’t forget the great Grappa!

Come to explore Piemonte!

Catalonia



Date on request

Catalonia: a captivating tour among taste and history, discovering the origins of Sicilian chocolate and the culinary traditions and flavors of the region.

A roughly triangular region in Spain's far north-east corner, Catalonia is separated by the Pyrenean mountains from southern France, with which it has close historical and cultural ties. When you arrive, the first thing you'll notice is the diverse landscape. The Mediterranean shows up in the story. This sea bathes the entire coast, which affects the character of the people here. It has been an entry point for many civilisations and cultures who have together woven the history of Catalonia and formed the Catalan culture: with its own language, Catalan, and multiple expressions.

But the sea is not all. To the north, the Catalan Pyrenees rise imposingly as the second natural border, where the rural world coexists with the new visitors, and also the 18 Natural Parks around the country.

Let be inspired by Tarragona and its ancient walls and amphitheatre or by Barcelona with its Gaudi’s architectural hallmark modernist buildings; not to forget to have a walk among the streets of Girona and its Jewish Quarter, one of the best preserved in the world, and a stop in other wonderful little “jewel” places worth visiting in the region…

Catalonia is a gastronomic paradise, where Catalan cuisine is a mouthwatering blend of heritage, produce, terroir, tradition, creativity, innovation. Catalonia's gastronomic heritage can be traced back to medieval times and is still based on the value of produce and terroir stemming from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients that reflect the vast wealth of the Catalan landscape: the sea, the mountains, vegetable gardens, orchards and woodland…

Come to discover Catalonia!!!!