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…
Art and Wine Travel: Hidden Gems in Italy
Italy is the land of art and wine bonanza, a paradise for foodies and art lovers. Regions such as Tuscany and Piedmont pop immediately in mind, thanks to the “wine shires” of Chianti and Langhe, and to the cities of classic and contemporary art like Florence and...
Italian wine: 2016 harvest & vintage experiences
According to preliminary data for the 2016 harvest analyzed by Coldiretti, the Italian farmers’ association, Italy is set to confirm its leadership position as the top wine producer in the world, ahead of France and Spain. The 2016 harvest started in Italy on August...
Get inspired by the locals: Autumn Art & Food Delights
Here we are with our seasonal appointment regarding cultural and gastronomic events around Italy. The months of September and October are packed with enticing events spanning throughout cinema, painting exhibitions and delicious food festivals. Let’s begin with a...