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See and Savor Italy

See and Savor Italy

Throughout the last 20 years, we have been constantly delighted by familiar and unexpected discoveries seeing and savoring Italy with our Italian family and friends.
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 - Emilia Romagna

- Tuscany

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Siena Studio

studio /atelier of artist Samuele Calosi 

Via della Sapienza, 17, Siena....

Castello di Bibbione

if total immersion into the Italian lifestyle is what you are looking for, brush up on your Italian, climb into your Fiat 500 rental and stop at the COOP for groceries for a farmhouse  stay  in San Casciano in Val di Pesa.

Antica Macelleria Cecchini

travel to Panzano for a sideboard sampling of Chianti salami with wild fennel pollen, lardo (aka Chianti butter) and a Tuscan porchetta that is so good it will bring tears to your eyes from artisanal butcher Dario Cecchini.

The Chapel of the Madonna di Vitaleta 

the iconic chapel on the hill in Italy's stunning Val d'orcia is one of the most photographed in Italy.

Pienza

Tasty pecorino, one of Tuscany's Renaissance treasures and the home of a Pope with a vision to transform his birthplace into the "ideal" Renaissance city. 

il Borgo del
balsamico

small bed & breakfast close to Modena and Parma with a  stay that includes a visit to a balsamic acetaia.

Castello Gropparello

castle -fortress near Piacenza built by Charlemagne in the 8th century.

The current keepers have transformed the the castle  and the surrounding wood into a site of gastronomic festivals and Parco delle Fiabe (Park of the Fairies) where children and their families are guided through a medieval forest to discover the traces of fairies, gnomes, elves and witches entering into a fairy-tale like experience 

Consorzio
Vacche Rosse

visit the ancient breed of the Red Cows of Reggaiano to see the making of Parmiagiano .

Valsanzibio
Gardens

one of the largest, best kept Baroque gardens in the world. 

Palazzo Ducale
Delizia Estense

ducal residence of Francesco I d'Este also known as "the Delight" for its ornate architecture, pescheria, painted 

walls, ceilings,

fountains and parks.

Lodole Country House

a charming b & b  among the windswept hills south of Bologna with the most gracious host who makes her guests feel as if she has been waiting just for them.

Assisi

one of the most significant spiritual centers in the world in a land  where saints walked the hillsides and forests and lived lives that changed the world. 

Trasimeno

an Umbrian lake where Hannibal made history and  St. Frances made a Lenten fast.

Eurochoc

Perugia a major center of medieval art and Baci chocolate (kisses).

Montefalco

an ideal place for travelers to combine their love of exploring the Italian countryside with their passion for local food and Sagrantino wine.

- Umbria

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