Milan and the North
Milan, Lake Como and wine tasting in the Barolo region
Visit Milan and the beautiful Como lake. Enjoy and relax in the sleepy villages of the Barolo region, the gastronomic paradise for foodies and wine conoisseur. Discover Cinque Terre and Parma on your way to Florence and the Tuscany.
Start your journey in Milano, the business and fashion capital of Italy. You can walk the city center, the Galleria and visit the Scala, probably the most famous opera house in the world, just a couple of blocks from the medieval Sforzesco Castle. Nearby the Quadrilatero, the fashion and shopping center of the hearth of the city. Visit the majestic Duomo, sip a glass of champagne in front of the Madonnina on the rooftop of the Rinascente, the most iconic and luxury department store in Italy. Visit Leonardo's masterpiece The Last Supper or an art musuem. Enjoy a day trip to Como and its lake, navigating the lake waters by motorboat, visiting the famous Beautiful and Fishermen Islands, while admiring the classic villas and old fishermen villages.
Villa d'Este Golf Club
Your wine tasting adventure start in Asti, the capital of Barolo and Barbaresco, in the Langhe region. We will visit the vineries and taste the Italian reds from the ancient cellars of the most famous producers. If you like white wine, enjoy the Canelli sparkling wine or the Moscato d’Asti while going truffle hunting with the locals or just relax at the pool of your Chateau.
On the way to Florence one day trip to the Cinque Terre, one of the most spectacular rugged coastline in the North of Italy. Discover the Azzurro cliff hike trail that links the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Corniglia, Manarola, Vernazza, Riomaggiore, Monterosso, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
On the way to Florence a stop in Parma is mandatory. Parma is the world food capital, in the heart of the Food valley, the greatest gastronomic treasure, according to Forbes. Who doesn’t know the Parmesan-Reggiano cheese or the Parma ham, produced in these lands. Parma will also be the 2021 Capital of Culture, birthplace of the opera composer Giuseppe Verdi and the conductor Arturo Toscanini, whose legacy transpires from their museum, opera theatre and concert hall.
There are no words to describe Florence and the Tuscany region. You will spend a few nights, enjoying the city and its arts and cultural masterpieces. Walk the city center, visit beautiful Duomo and Ponte Vecchio and the Pitti, Uffizi, Bargello, Accademia museums, just to name a few.
Florence is also the birthplace of many fashion designers, Ferragamo, Gucci, Cavalli, Coveri, Patrizia Pepe, Pucci and is definitively a shopping opportunity in these brands' outlets, available to a few. You can choose to spend a day in Siena and Pisa or choose smaller villages like Monteriggioni, the fortified medieval city, or San Gimignano, the town of towers, or relaxing Supertuscany vineyards and cellars.
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