An Intimate Food, Wine and Art Week: Eastern Tuscany and the Adriatic
Be among the few Americans to distance yourself from Florence– but only by 40 km. Few Tuscan tours touch upon the quietly beautiful province of Arezzo. This trip to the heart of Italy highlights the food, wine, crafts and “good life” of eastern Tuscany and the neighboring region of Le Marche, on the Adriatic Sea. Good wine and top-quality food, cities filled with art and culture, overnights in historic homes, castles and palaces, and almost none of the crowds found in other regions of Italy.
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Discover Da Vinci's Domain
Be among the few Americans to distance yourself from Florence– but only by 40 km. Few Tuscan tours touch upon the quietly beautiful province of Arezzo.
Colline Lucchesi, Chianti and Montalcino
This exclusive “short break” has been specially tailored for a group of eight wine connoisseurs who wish to understand more fully the meaning of natural and organic wines.
Dimora Casa Eugenia Cooking Program
Be among the few Americans to distance yourself from Florence– but only by 40 km. While many tours focus on Chianti and other areas west of the Autostrada del Sole, Adagio heads instead to the East in the direction of Arezzo.
From Saturnia to the Silver Coast
A wholesome approach to well-being, from the soothing palette of the hotel’s color scheme, to its sensible approach to exercise (think: a 45-minute walk through the gardens every morning) to its light yet flavorful food (after all we are in Italy!).
From the Silver Coast to Siena
The Other Tuscany: From the Silver Coast to Siena offers an active week of walking and hiking through the Maremma region of Tuscany. Seven days are barely enough to learn about the past, appreciate the present and begin to unravel the mystery of this magnificent area.
Our time in Piemonte (from “piede” (foot) + “monte” (mountain)) in northwest Italy will reveal why the locals have so jealously guarded the secrets of this region.