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Upon arrival at the Milan airport you will be welcomed to Italy by your local concierge as you exit customs into the arrivals hall and privately transferred to your hotel where you will be assisted with check-in procedures, run through your itinerary and answer any questions you may have. Your personal concierge will ensure your holiday is running smoothly and to your complete gratification. Your local representative is available on the ground to make sure your travel arrangements run flawlessly. He/she is there to assist you and available on the phone for any questions you may have.
The thriving city of Milan is the setting for many of Italy's famous works of art such as Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’, Raphael’s ‘Marriage of the Virgin’ and Mantegna’s ‘Dead Christ’. Strolling through Milan’s streets from the Duomo is a shopper’s paradise. 'Made in Italy' still indicates style that never fades in its quality and originality, such as Armani and Dolce e Gabbana. Milan offers you its excellence. This evening you may wish to enjoy a night of opera and elegance at La Scala and explore Milan's museums, purposely built to preserve the aristocratic lifestyle.
A last look at Milan and then move onto Shakespeare’s 'Romeo and Juliet' city, Verona. Stop en-route to one the most beautiful villa in Italy, a palatial neo-classical estate, for a chance to tour the house and the English-style gardens. enjoy wine tasting of the typical Valpolicella products and of course a visit to their 18th century cellar.
Visit the incredible Juliet’s house which Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was set here, let your private guide takes you to the beautiful Giusti Gardens to see typical Renaissance garden: geometrical layout of flowerbeds and hedgerows, fountains, grottos, mask, mythological statues, avenues of cypresses and a maze.
Leave Verona today and Venture out to your next destination Florence before reaching the renaissance, city stop to enjoy one of the Most famous product of the Emilia Romagna region, the Balsamic vinegar. Enjoy a gastronomic treat with a private visit of a rustic “acetaia” to enjoy a balsamic vinegar tasting experience. Hear the history of the vinegar making according to the very strict tradition and taste the “Black gold” as they called it here.
Near to Florence, the Chianti region is called the 'wine planet' for its famous, first class wines. In this territory, wine production started during the age of the ancient Etruscans. Travel through olive groves and vineyards, admire the landscapes of the Tuscan region and taste wines in their natural settings.
Leve the renaissance city today and head towards your next destination Assisi. Whilst Enjoy the landscapes stop in Perugia where the famous Perugina chocolate originated. After a tasting of these specialties continue onto Assisi. This town is home to the Basilica of Saint Francis and where he resided during the 13th century. Admire the stunning architectural details of the buildings with breathtaking cascades of flowers from the wall sconces.
As the saying goes, all roads lead to Rome, and your tour leads us to the Rome airport
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