Wine, food, fashion, flash cars, art and culture simply summerised: Italian flair!
Discover Italy’s loveliness, experience and enjoy picturesque landscapes and encounter local people at special market places, historical sites and on a tour through fine Italian art.
A culinary journey is certainly the most beautiful way to discover a country, where the heart and soul of a new place is often found in its local kitchen. New flavours are the outstanding sensation for all of your senses, this is the basis of our culinary trips.
In Italy there is practicaly no place which is lacking in historical, artistic, fokloric or culinary attractions and vistiting them gives you the
opportunaty to reflect or simply enjoy.
Discover together with us “the most beautiful country on earth”!
Trips through Italian gardens warm your heart and remain an unforgettable experience for your body, mind and soul. We offer interesting combinations of garden tours, city breaks, cultural tours and culinary trips.
A garden tour can be perfectly combined with a tour through Italian cities as many outstanding gardens are situated close to famous historical and cultural towns like Florence, Lucca, Rome and Verona.
Because of its marvellous lush terrain, its frequently varying landscape and the pleasant mediterranean climate, Italy is paradise on earth for garden fans – but not only for them.
Gardens and parks in Italy are charming during all seasons.
While in Sicily the flowers are already in full bloom in March, the north of Italy experiences its colourful spring in May. And when in autumn the gardens glow golden red in the gulf of Naples and in South-Tirol garden travellers will discover with enchant delight that Italy is indeed the cradle of beauty.
We organize your perfect golf trip “in the most beautiful country on earth “ and offer you attractive golfing “extras” as well as additional programms where everything fits well together.
To play golf in Italy signifies golfing in an enchanted landscape close to numerous art and cultural teasures. Who would like to combine sun, beach, dolce vita, culinary highlights and the art of making wine, should choose Italy for their next golfing holiday.
Our photo trips guarantee enjoyable and rich experiences for all keen photographers whether using an instant, a reflex or mobile phone camera.
Those who would like to leave beaten paths to trace fascinating treasures will be given tips and tricks on how to take great photos.
The regions where we offer photo tours accompanied by a professional photographer are: Lake Garda, Tuskany, Milan, Liguria and South-Tirol.
Italy is the birth place of renaissance, baroque and futurism art, however for several years architects and artists already claim that Italy is experiencing a a second renaissance. Come with us on the trail of the modern Michelangelos!
In Venice you can find Miuccia Pradas “Fondazione Prada” in a noble palace, while in Milan a four storey 24 carat gold leaf plated house indicating their position.
In Rome there are two new museums, both of which are unique worldwide for their uncomparible art exhibitions.
The national museum, called – MAXXI – weaves the cultural heritage of Rome with the future in a fascinating way.
The MACRO (Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma) a museum for contemporary art, opened in 2010 in the former Peroni brewery close to the Piazza Fiume.
The Biennale di Venice represents a quantum leap in the Italian culture landscape. The Frenchman Francois Pinault introduces himself in the Italian art tradition, he decides that Venice becomes the top location for class collection of contemporary art: he bought Palazzo Grassi in 2005 and a little later he took a 30 year lease on Punta della Dogana, which used to be the old customs station of the lagoons town. Since then Venice has continuiously enriched itself with new, important and exiting exhibitions of modern art.
Friends of artistry will also enjoy themselves in Cá Pesaro and in the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. CSAC Parma High-class art finds its place in a magnificent enviornment, in an abbey, which became famous because of the world famous novel The Charterhouse of Parma written by Standhal.
Other significant museums of modern art are:
- Museion Bolzano
- MART in Rovereto
- Castello Rivoli in Turin
The collection “Collezione Maramotti” in the former factory of the MAX-Mara fashion company in Reggio Emilia: where about 200 sculptures and paintings are exposed in 43 rooms. A special highlight are also the sculpture parks where visitors can wander around and admire extraordinary art. A few examples:
- Sculpture park Chianti – Tuscany
- Rossini Art Park – Lombardy
- Niki di Saint Phalle – Tuscany
- Daniel Spoerri – Tuscany
- Arte Sella – Trentino
- Cà la Ghironda – near Bologna
- Dozza – the village with the painted houses