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If you're looking for a resource on Tuscany you've found it at http://www.turismo.intoscana.it/en/. In one of the world's most enchanted lands you'll need a great guide to help you find the hidden gems and wonderful opportunities to discover Tuscany and yourself.
So much has been writing and filmed about Tuscany many of us feel that we know it and know it well. The world's finest artists hail from this land where God not only blessed the landscapes He blessed the food and Tuscans alike. How else can you explain Michelangelo, Da Vinci, the Medici, Dante, Florence, Cortona, Val d'Orcia, and fields of glowing sunflowers.
It is difficult for any of us to comprehend the beauty of this land. It's impossible to understand how Tuscany nurtured its sons and daughters who have put chisel to marble, shovel to earth, domes on churches, pen to paper, brush to canvas, food to pan with the outcomes they have and continue to achieve.
Serena, Costanza, and Lyala, and their team have dedicated themselves to creating the best window into Tuscany you can imagine and it's all here for you to enjoy one click at a time before, during, and after your visit.
So much of Tuscany goes unvisited and Visit Tuscany works hard to insure you don't miss a stone.
Be sure to visit their blogs too: http://www.turismo.intoscana.it/allthingstuscany/network/allthingstuscany.html
Rick Zullo is touring Italy on his Blog Tour and doing a wonderful job experiencing Italy like a local with locals for the benefit of us all.
My friend Rick has been voted one of the best bloggers on Italy and now he's taking his blog on the road.
We talked about his time in Milan and the Lake Region, then how he fell in love with Tuscany.
The best part is Rick has enjoyed tours and guides throughout Italy to experience each place. From the hilltowns to Florence and he's not stopping there.
There are more segments to follow for Rick to share his experiences throughout his wonderful tour.
Visit Rick's site at rickzullo.com
Sheila Parry of CiaoLunigiana.com joins me to discuss why Lunigiana in Northern Tuscany is simply amazing. Dotted with hilltop castles, majestic views, delicious food, a short drive to the coast and the Cinque Terre, the Lunigiana is a perfect spot in Tuscany for a visit for any Italophile.
Be sure to visit CiaoLunigiana.com for lots of fun details on the region, to book hotels, learn about the region's delicious food, and book your tours.
my name is Gianni. I own my small tour company. I am an experienced guide and travel agent.
if you are looking at my website certainly we both share the love for walking or hiking and the love for Tuscany.
I'm offering you exclusive tailored walks and hikes for small groups
(individuals, couples, families, groups of friends) to suit every request.
I provide single day or multiple days excursions and walks.
Perhaps you'd like to follow the pilgrims' routes in San Gimignano or to sneak into the Chianti area vineyards to see the harvest of the grapes. Perhaps you prefer to walk to a springtime food festival in the Florence countryside. Perhaps you'd like to hike on remote nature trails or maybe you'd like to learn all about the making of alabaster statues in Volterra. Perhaps...
I will bring you to the authentic off the beaten path places. Walking and hiking with me you will see not only how beautiful is the "back road" Tuscany but you will experience the warmth of a country and of its people. You will be part of my everyday life. I will share my family, my friends and my favorite spots with you.
You will fall in love with Tuscany just by interacting with the locals...farmers, shop owners, people on the streets. No panic, I will provide some help with the language.
My goal is making your visit to Tuscany an unforgettable experience!
WishVersilia is Travel consultant, Wedding Planner and Personal Concierge. We provide customized services to individual travellers, small groups as well as business travellers in Tuscany. Our consultancy is aimed to grant our customers with safe, relaxing and serene stay.
Some of the tours & experiences we offer are:
Versilia Tasting Tour Sailing and Tasting Tour Private Cooking Classes Picnic and Tasting in Chianti Sensations Tour of Garfagnana Wine Tasting Tours with Vineyard owners in Lari, Crespina, and Terricciola Music Footsteps Tour following Giacomo Puccini and Andrea Bocelli Puccini Tour of his famous home and theater Art Deco Tour exploring the Art Nouveau Movement Tour of Leghorn Shopping Tour to enjoy the boutiques of Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, and Lucca Wellness tour to enjoy the markets, Spa, and artisan shops Wedding Planning and services Personal Concierge services.
Holiday in Italy, playing tennis, wine tastings, great local restaurants, and sightseeing.
Ian Campbell talks about his tennis programs throughout Italy where you can enjoy tennis at any skill level and still have plenty of time to take it all in.
With locations in Lucca, Florence, Sardinia, Sicily, and Spain you'll enjoy a sporting holiday in some of the most beautiful locations in Itayl.
Check out his website at www.tuscanytennis.com to book your time on the court.
Marcia Hadley joins me to talk about the Montisi Film Festival held in Montisi, Tuscany from May 3 - 9.
With 16 films, a wonderful viewing program, wine tastings, tours, and Italian films how can you not fall in love in Montisi.
Drawing from the classics to contemporary films the Montisi Film Festival has it all. You can enjoy the entire festival or buy a one-day pass.
All the details you need can be found at www.montisifilmfestival.org.
Montisi is located in one of the most beautiful corners of Tuscany so be sure to pass through to enjoy the films, the hilltowns called Cinque Sorella, and some popcorn or gelato...whatever tickles your fancy.
I am joined by the Founder and President of Arte al Sole, Shannon Kenny. We talk about her camp, Arte al Sole for children in six locations throughout Italy and how the camps allow children to embrace, food, art, culture, natural history, and history. We talk about Shannon’s awesome background in Medieval and Renaissance History and what motivates her, and more importantly, the children at Arte al Sole.
Visit their site at www.artealsole.com for a profile of each of her programs and to catch up on the details of each location. There are six to choose from.
Arte al Sole is a summer day camp for international children offering week-long sessions based on the art, culture, and natural science of Italy with locations in Panicale, Umbria; Lucca, Montepulciano, and Florence in Tuscany; Rome; and Puglia. Children ages 6-12 will explore the artistic and natural wonders of these inspiring environments through exciting and engaging activities in art history, fine arts principles, nature walks, sketching and painting, collage, architecture, sculpture, craftsmanship, and science. Each session includes a cooking lesson preparing regional dishes and a fieldtrip to local museums and architectural sites. The program is entirely in English, offering an optimal language immersion experience for children of all ages and languages. A teen leadership program is also offered for students ages 13-17.
Premier Chef Mary Moran and wine expert Duane Pemberton will be talking about the best in picnic foods as well as The Do's and Don'ts of Successful Picnics. Mary will be sharing her recipes for Prosciutto & Buffalo Mozzarella Baguette, Buttermilk boneless fried chicken, asparagus and lemon orzo and the best of wines from Duane's cellar.
Chef Mary: Chef Mary graduated from the Le Cordon Bleu, studied in Tuscany and is a certified nutritionist from American Fitness Professionals and Associates. She is the go-to chef for questions about food, health and kitchen organization.
Duane Pemberton: Duane Pemberton is a food and wine writer who is also the owner of WineFoot.com. Pemberton is also a well read automobile reviewer and critic, all of which incorporates into his travel, wine and food reviews.
Jack Duffy lawyer in Ft Worth, Texas. He is the author of "The Man From 2063." He have been researching the JFK assassination for over 40 years
Eric Bing Senior Fellow and Director for Global Health George W. Bush Institute.Dr. Eric G. Bing spearheads the Bush Institute’s global health initiatives, with an emphasis on creating programs that engage both the public and private sectors. He is also a professor of global health at Southern Methodist University
Michael Cioffi visionary founder and owner of Monteverdi Tuscany, a collection of exquisitely restored Tuscan villas and boutique hotel located in the 12th century village of Castiglioncello del Trinoro. With its award winning design, internationally renowned restaurant, gardens, and contemporary art gallery, Monteverdi is a haven for the mind and the senses. As a partner in the international law firm of Blank Rome, LLP, Mr. Cioffi manages the Cincinnati office. Representing small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, his areas of expertise include general corporate advice, corporate and commercial litigation, and environmental law
John Alanis has an unusual business, teaching men the skill of attraction, so they can find, attract, and keep the women they really want. According to John, attraction is a learnable skill, not something that some men or born with or just luck into. It comes down to engaging in a certain set of behaviors that create attraction and avoiding a certain set that kill it
Emanuele Marro, one of the owners of Antico Pozzo in the heart of San Gimignano joins me to talk about his beautiful boutique hotel.
Located in the center of San Gimignano you'll fall in love with this beautiful hotel, in one of the most beautiful towns in Italy, all while quietly enjoying some of the best food in the world.
The history of the hotel dates back to the 1300s. The Marro family rebuilt the hotel staying true to the building's soul. Now you can enjoy the fruits of the Marro family all while quietly sipping a Vernaccia in the courtyard.
San Gimignano is a bustling towns filled with tourists during the day, but at night it's a sleepy little hilltown that will welcome you as a local.
Visit www.anticopozzo.com to book your stay, click through the pictures, and peruse the juicy details of why San Gimignano has to be on your list while in Italy.
Calabria gets a bad rap and it's sad. The toe of Italy is surrounded by some of the most beautiful coastline in Italy if not the world, the mountain ranges are so picturesque you'll wonder why the Alps get the props, the food is spicy and delicious, it's safe, and the people are wonderful.
Join Pasquale Pacicca from Visit Reggio Calabria as he shares the secrets and hidden gems of his homeland of Calabria.
Everything from outdoor activities, to wine, to food, to sights, to Nduja, to why you need a car, to the mafia (yes the mafia) and how Calabria will melt your heart and be your new Tuscany.
Be sure to visit www.visitreggiocalabria.com/
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