Incoming & Congress

Milano, Pollenzo, La Morra...Grinzane Cavour

Milano, Pollenzo, La Morra...Grinzane Cavour

all year

A tour to discover the rich food & wine traditions and historical heritage of the Piedmont region, an unforgettable experience involving all the senses. Pleasurable days spent among rolling hills covered with vineyards, elegant palaces dating back to the former Italian Kingdom, ancient cellars, tiny streets and traditional fresh produce markets, imposing castles andantique shops, savoring some of the best foods and excellent wines that Italy has to offer.

Agrigento, la Valle dei Templi, Grotte e Castrofilippo

Agrigento, la Valle dei Templi, Grotte e Castrofilippo

All year

Discover Sicily, the biggest island in the Mediterranean, a melting pot of cultures, where Greek and Asian influences can be found in the architecture, in the ancient ruins from different civilizations and in the unique cuisine; a land where the earth spills fire from ancient volcanoes and the sun warms the emerald waters of the Mediterranean sea.

Bologna

Bologna

All year

The Emilia Romagna region takes its name from the Aemilian Way, the road that was built by the Romans to connect Rome to northern Italy; during the Middle Ages trade, culture and religion flourished thanks to the region's monasteries and the University of Bologna - the oldest in Europe ...

Bagni di Stigliano, Bracciano, Cerveteri e Trevignano Romano

Bagni di Stigliano, Bracciano, Cerveteri e Trevignano Romano

All year

The beauty of the Lazio region is often obscured by the fame of Rome but the region has a lot to offer besides the Eternal City: a wealth of art, history, culinary traditions and culture.Thus, Rome will be the only the starting point before moving on to discover the heritage the enigmatic Etruscans, a dominant power in ancient Italy for 300 years...

Florence, Siena, Montepulciano, Pienza... Montalcino

Florence, Siena, Montepulciano, Pienza... Montalcino

All year

A tour to explore a region of sprawling vineyards, rolling hills, charming old cities, masterpieces of art and gourmandise: visit the magnificent Florence, the “Cradle of the Renaissance”, Siena, famous for the Palio horse race, the Chianti area, Montepulciano and Montalcino, known all over the world ...

Colline Parmensi, Torrechiara, Polesine Parmense

Colline Parmensi, Torrechiara, Polesine Parmense

All year

The Emilia Romagna region takes its name from the Aemilian Way, the road that was built by the Romans to connect Rome to northern Italy; during the Middle Ages trade, culture and religion flourished thanks to the region's monasteries and the University of Bologna - the oldest in Europe ...