Private Tours

Planning a trip to Italy?

Let our private-tours team add a unique twist to your itinerary with our top ingredients for the perfect Italian holiday – authenticity, regional traditions and seasonality.

Our unique vacation experiences feature hidden gems, avoid mass-tourism trends, and propose an ideal ‘Region & Season’ combination.

What makes us different?

We host private tours of Italy for both individuals and groups. We are passionate about introducing our clients to Italy’s diverse regions. We work with professors, historians, artists and food producers to showcase the best of Italy’s culture, cuisines and wines. We offer unique itineraries created with seasonality and tradition in mind. These are wonderful bespoke itineraries and we make the appropriate adaptations due to the current climate.

We can help you with the following private-tour options:

  • Wine tours & food tours 
  • Art holidays
  • Tailor-made holidays 
  • Accommodation, transportation and local guidance (e.g. cuisine)
  • Local cultural, food and drink, and wellness activities

We’re here to help. Browse below for our full ranges of tips for Italy travel…

Gustatus: the wild taste and spirit of Maremma Tuscany

Gustatus: the wild taste and spirit of Maremma Tuscany

Every month, we at Italian Special Occasions DMC travel to discover new activities and events that allow visitors to explore Italy in an authentic and innovative way. Loyal to our concept of Seasonality, we particularly love those fairs that take place in off-peak...

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...