Rediscover Your Love for Italy
Perhaps you've already stood inside the storied walls of the Colosseum or marveled at the chiseled lines of the statue of David. Maybe you’ve cruised through the most romantic of ancient canals. Even if you’ve experienced the highlights of Rome, Florence and Venice, there’s an entire country of diverse regions, people, traditions and cuisine you haven’t seen, experienced or tasted in Italy. And there is no better way to get to these picturesque towns, than with the insight and expertise of a local guide and ease of transportation; than on the right tour.
Touring is the best way to rediscover Italy. In the last year alone, not only did I go myself, but I sent several clients back to Italy to find these undiscovered places. Because I believe it is the best way to see Italy, I used tours that focus on those out-of-the-way cities. These itineraries really get you to see the beauty of Italy often missed when you only visit Rome, Florence, and Venice. Even if you have experienced the highlights of Rome, Florence and Venice, there's an entire country of diverse regions, people, traditions and cuisine you haven't seen or tasted in Italy. It is not a "visit once and done" destination. Italy is a place you can go to repeatedly and still want more! I'm already planning my next trip back!!
Take in views of the "Trullo," white-washed conical-roofed houses. Created out of local limestone, these homes, which once housed peasants, could be easily dismantled and moved
Explore the caves of one of the most amazing natural wonders of Italy. Journey more than 60 meters deep to see amazing stalactites, stalagmites, concretions, fossils & canyons
A small gem in Italy's heel dazzles with beautiful baroque architecture, which has earned it the nickname "The Florence of the South"
The largest of the five fishing villages that make up Italy's Cinque Terre, Riomaggiore is one of its most romantic sights.Enjoy the dramatic scenery, colorful houses, and harbors filled with fishing boats.
This well-preserved walled city, known as the "Town of Fine Towers," is surrounded by rolling vineyards and bright sunflowers, offering an idyllic representation of Tuscany.
This charming hilltop town boasts views of Mount Etna. This town offers a true taste of Italian La Dolce Vita with fewer crowds than other must-see Italian coastal towns.