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Tuscany hiking vacation, Italy

This vacation will allow you to discover two of the most fascinating parts of Tuscany: the Val D’Orcia and the Crete Senesi. The untouched landscape with its particular colour will accompany you through several experiences during this seven day tour. The starting point is in Chianciano, a small old town, near Chianciano Terme, a more modern city famous for its thermal waters. You will then reach Montepulciano, that is a charming little town with narrow streets climbing up to the main square where you can take a rest in an “enoteca” and taste the famous wine “Vino Nobile di Montepulciano” and “Rosso di Montepulciano”. Walking in the countryside next stop will be Monticchiello, a small ...Read more >
From 780 excluding flights

Umbria cultural tour, green travel

Discover Italy and the stunning Umbria landscape driving an electric car or an E-bike! It’s an easy and responsible way to wander around historical villages while enjoying Italian typical food, wine and extra virgin olive oil. You will begin your tour visiting Deruta, a small ancient village manufacturing ceramics from the Etruscan time, where you can visit several shops and see how they are nowadays still producing and painting the famous Deruta ceramics. Then, you will reach Torgiano, where you will find the wine and the extra virgin olive oil museums. Later on, you’ll reach Monte Vibiano farm and wine cellar for a tasting of local wines and a visit to the vineyards and olive groves. ...Read more >
From 1,290 excluding flights

Umbria accessible tour in Italy

This tour has been thought to be friendly and accessible to those who use a wheelchair (car, accommodations, museums, restaurants) or with reduced mobility, but first of all it is a great tour that will bring you through Umbria to enjoy its cultural heritage, mainly medieval but not only, and taste its gourmet food, while crossing the typical Italian landscape, made of hills and valleys, vineyards and olive trees. You will appreciate paintings and architecture of churches and palaces in small towns and villages, and relax while having wine tasting in typical cellars. All the locations, hotels and restaurants have been chosen for their accessibility, that we will be happy to verify with ...Read more >
From 2,100 excluding flights

Umbria gourmet tour, Italy

If you want to know the real Italian culture you have to understand our love for our products and the importance we give to cooking and to food that are so strongly connected to Italian culture. This gourmet tour is only an idea of what you could do coming to Umbria! You will begin your tour with a wine tasting in a local wine cellar, with very old traditions and precious for us because it combines the production of wonderful wines, and savoury extra virgin olive oil. Later on, you will visit Castiglione del Lago, a small ancient town build on the top of a rocky promontory overlooking the Trasimeno lake where there are trattorie and enoteche offering you boards of cheeses and salumi, ...Read more >
From 590 excluding flights

Umbria self guided biking vacation, Italy

This wonderful week of self guided cycling over Umbria’s undulations will place you in medieval hilltop towns and peaceful rural settings but without the crowds congregating in the county next door. Pedalling to Perugia is an absolute pleasure as is Assisi, Bevagna and Montefalco where Umbria unveils her cultural treasures one church, castle and ramshackle artist’s workshop at a time. Distances and gradients are fairly easy going with an average of 32kms a day allowing for afternoons at wine cellar doors, such as Monte Vibiano, leading from lazy lunches at traditional trattorias or alfresco picnics unpacked from panniers. Places like Perugia offer ample excuses to explore the Umbrian way ...Read more >
From 1,300 excluding flights

Umbria self guided hiking vacation, Italy

This self guided walking vacation allows travelers to discover the green heart of Italy within the centrally located region of Umbria. This lesser-visited area is incredibly beautiful with small towns and villages scattered across a typically Italian landscape featuring olive groves and vineyards. Ancient cultural heritage abounds within authentic local products, among them the tastiest extra virgin olive oil in Italy (especially the one from Spello) and some of the noblest wines, including Sagrantino and Rosso di Montefalco, best enjoyed in at a wine cellar in Montefalco. You’ll hike for around 10kms per day along unknown Etruscan paths and ancient Roman roads to medieval villages like ...Read more >
From 990 excluding flights

Umbria tour, Italy

Umbria is a beautiful Region with small towns and villages scattered on a typical Italian landscape made of olive groves and vineyards. This short break will let you discover Bevagna, one of the most fascinating towns in the area. BEVAGNA is famous in the world for the Gaite festival, held on the last ten days of June. In these ten days, the town returns to medieval times and people dress, eat and live as in the fourteen century. There is a competition between the four neighbourhoods (the Gaite) of the town and the judges (a team of professors and historians) have to decide every year which is the one that represents medieval times in the best way. In this period, you can walk in the narrow ...Read more >
From 290 excluding flights

Umbria family vacation, Italy

You’ll be based at a villa in a park with a great outdoor pool and an equestrian center . From there you’ll walk through the Nestore valley and go with electric cars to visit vineyards and olive groves of the Cantine di Monte Vibiano. Then a visit of the wine cellar and a wine tasting for the adults and a bruschetta for the kids. Lunch in the grocery of a small town with tipical products. In the afternoon you’ll have a lot of fun with a cooking class that will teach you the secrets of Italian food. The next day you’ll visit the Trasimeno Lake, the biggest lake of Central Italy. A skipper will bring you on a boat to discover the beautiful islands and the lake’s history. Umbrian country ...Read more >
From 930 excluding flights
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