Arrival at Venice Airport.
One of our representative will be waiting for you outside the baggage claim.
Boat transfer from the airport to your 4 or 5 star accommodation in Venice for a three night stay.
Remainder of the day/evening at your leisure.
|Discover the magnificent architecture, art and history of Venice during a private 2 hour guided walking tour with a professionally licensed, English speaking guide, followed by a 30 minute gondola ride along the Grand Canal. |
Enjoy an unforgettable cooking adventure and discover one of the most famous Venetian dishes: the "Cicchetti".
Cicchetti are usually served as side dishes in the traditional "bacari" (wine bars), and they can be of various types.
Of course you will have the honor of indulging in your freshly prepared cicchetti that will be served with an all time favorite: Prosecco wine!
Together with your guide, you will explore Murano and visit one of oldest glass blowing factories where you will remain in awe as you watch the incredible craftmanship of the glass-blowers creating a myriad of incredible yet fragile objects.
You will stop in Mazzorbo, a small town close to Burano where you can easily enjoy a more authentic Venice away from the crowds in a winery during a wine tasting and a light lunch.
Stop in Burano, a picture-perfect island famous for its colorful houses and super tasty cookies known as the "Buranei".
|Check out of your hotel in Venice.|
Private water taxi transfer you from your accommodation to main land and continue onto Florence.
Your private driver will transfer you between these two cities with a few tasty stops en route.
Enjoy a visit at a balsamic vinegar farm with light lunch and tasting included.
Stop in a local cheese factory and discover the art of Parmigiano making along with some tasting.
Discover the history and tradition behind the world famous Italian “Prosciutto” followed by cured ham tasting and more.
Upon arrival in Florence, check in to your 4 or 5 star accommodation, for a two night stay.
|Experience a guided street food walking tour of Florence is mandatory to catch the real soul of this beautiful eternal city. |
You will explore the Sant’Ambrogio area, a great destination for foodies who want to try some challenging specialty, such as the crostino nero or veal stew meatballs, but also a heavenly spot for cheese and cold cut lovers!
Check out of Florence and stop for wine tasting and light lunch en route.
You will admire excellent vineyards and take pleasure in tasting various typical wines accompanied by a light lunch in the Bolgheri area, which now holds a place of honor among Tuscany's most dynamic wine zone.
Check in to a 4 or 5-star accommodation in the Tuscan countryside for a four night stay.
Today you will have time to explore San Gimignano, a beautiful example of an Italian medieval town. In the Middle Ages, building a tower taller than their neighbor’s was a popular way for prominent families to show their power. You will see that this typical skyline still exists today in San Gimignano. Do not forget to taste the Vernaccia di San Gimignano wine, a typical wine from the Chianti region.
Launch yourself in a fantastic cooking experience during which you will have the chance to cook and savor your own creations.
|Meet your driver and head on to the Val D’Orcia.|
Visit Montepulciano, a very quiet and characteristic uncontaminated medieval village.
Time to visit Pienza, within the walls of this village, wonderful Renaissance buildings alternate with shops specializing in the sale of local cheese.
Next stop, Montalcino, which has remained almost intact since the 16th century. The city has become rich and famous thanks to Brunello, one of the best Italian wines and one of the most popular in the world.
At the end of the tour you will visit one of the historic wine cellars of the Tuscan countryside. You will have the chance to sip the wine varieties during the guided tasting, and bring the full flavor of the wines to life with a light gourmet Tuscan lunch.
|Explore Assisi, the birthplace of St. Francis and the Basilica where you will find frescos of Giotto, Cimabue, and many others. Be sure not to miss the other beautiful places this almost untouched medieval town, built in pretty pink stone, has to offer.|
You will have time in Perugia, a hilltop town located in the centre of the Umbria region, which is a perfect blend of natural and historic attractions. Or fill your stomach with regional specialties, especially the tasty hazelnut-filled chocolate produced here.
Get your chocolate bearings with a tour of the Perugina factory, on the outskirts of the city, where these treats are still made today. Here at the “Casa del Cioccolato”, you will start with a tour of the museum, learning how a cocoa bean is transformed into rich chocolate, and also about the early days of Italy’s most famous chocolatier.
|Enjoy your breakfast and meet your driver.|
Private transfer from your accommodation in Tuscany to Florence or Rome FCO Airport.
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