For gourmets, there’s the olive oil of Tuscany, the pasta of Bologna, the seafood of Venice, the wine of Chianti, and for dessert, the pastries of Naples. For sun worshippers, the deep blue Adriatic washes the white sand beaches of Puglia, and the Tyrrhenian brushes against the tiny harbors and steep cliffs of the Amalfi Coast.
Italy is where monks chant in a Romanesque abbey, whitewashed houses stand next to fields of sunflowers, artisan workshops and Prada outlets both thrive, and aristocratic villas are converted into five-star hotels. The Wine Colours tours revel in the extreme luxury that defines Italy, helping you appreciate why the country will continue to enthrall for millennia to come.
Guests of The Wine Colours come to Tuscany for many reasons. Many come in search of fine art, others to tour the extraordinary countryside. Gourmets and wine buffs descend on Tuscany to enjoy the simple yet wonderful cuisine and wine. Walkers enjoy the mountain paths, cyclists the rolling hills, honeymooners the romantic sunsets, summer travelers vacation along the coast and islands.
Italy has been a popular travel destination for over 2000 years.
Florence has the art, Pisa has the tower, but if you’re looking for the Tuscan countryside of films and glossy books, then you’re looking for the Val d’Orcia.
A two-day trip may include highlights of Florence with a professional guide, followed by a trip in a Mercedes sedan to Siena for a tour and indepth history of The Palio and a...view trip