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Group Travel in Italy’s most striking open-air museums

Group Travel in Italy’s most striking open-air museums

With its thousands of ancient ruins, historic buildings, picturesque piazze, idyllic parks and soothing fountains, Italy is a giant al fresco museum. Among these wonders, there are actual outdoor areas that have been officially designated as open-air museums. In...
Glamorous Italy: a fashion, gourmet & art experience

Glamorous Italy: a fashion, gourmet & art experience

If you think that “La Dolce Vita” is a thing of the past… you have never had the chance to enjoy a glamorous experience in Italy! After all, the country has been an A-lister favorite since the 1950s. Just to mention a few stars that have chosen Italy for special...
Jewish special occasions, history & itineraries in Tuscany

Jewish special occasions, history & itineraries in Tuscany

Tuscany has a vibrant and established Jewish presence both in its largest towns and in the countryside. In particular, Florence has one of oldest continuous Jewish communities in Europe, and one of the most influential in Italy. Traveling along Jewish itineraries in...
The colors of Winter: Lemon Harvest on Citrus Island

The colors of Winter: Lemon Harvest on Citrus Island

Sicily is the island of citrus fruits. The presence of citrus plants is deeply rooted in the local territory, both in its environment – characterized by evergreen gardens dotted with evocative orange and yellow fruits – and its typical cuisine. Citrus is the perfect...
Private Tours in Italy’s Music Cities

Private Tours in Italy’s Music Cities

Italy is the nation where opera was born. If you love opera and music, at Italian Special Occasions DMC we can help you design bespoke event and travel experiences for families, groups of friends and corporate outings. Imagine the WOW-factor of your family reunion or...
Tuscany’s Via Francigena: a spiritual itinerary

Tuscany’s Via Francigena: a spiritual itinerary

The Via Francigena (or Via Romea) is an ancient pilgrims’ route that goes from Canterbury to Rome. The route was particularly important during medieval times for those wishing to visit the Holy See. Documented for the first time in 990 by Sigeric, Archbishop of...