Tuscany’s landscape says it all: medieval hilltop towns overlooking rolling hills covered with grapevines and olive trees. The mountains, forests, cypress trees, wildflowers, and winding roads create the perfect backdrop for discovering one of the world’s most revered destinations for culinary tradition, craftsmanship, fine art, historical preservation, and winemaking.
Visit Tuscany in spring and enjoy pleasant temperatures and the lush countryside. Savor some of Italy’s – that is to say the world’s – best wines and ingredient driven dishes.
Immerse yourself in culinary and cultural discovery in Tuscany. While based at a stone villa surrounded by organic vineyards, the tour features a slow food, experience driven, behind-the-scenes theme. Taste olive oil, visit medieval towns and gothic Siena, reside in a village in the heart of Chianti wine country, stroll cobblestone streets with expert local guides, expand your culinary repertoire with a hands-on cooking class, dine at some great local restaurants, and laugh into the night with new friends.