22987
Italy
Abbondanza! Exploring the Cuisine and Culture of Italy
Discover why “eating well means living well” on this sumptuous exploration of gastronomy in Italy. From buffalo mozzarella to olive oil, unravel the secrets of Italian cuisine!
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Program No. 22987RJ
Length
19 days
Starts at
4,999
Flights start at
825
Meals
34 Meals
17 Breakfasts
10 Lunches
7 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Gluten Free, Low Fat, Low Salt, Vegetarian
Lodging
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Display
Sep 19, 2018 - Oct 07, 2018 (Maiori (Salerno) to Conegliano (TV))
  • May 05, 2018 - May 23, 2018 (Maiori (Salerno) to Conegliano (TV))
  • Sep 01, 2018 - Sep 19, 2018 (Maiori (Salerno) to Conegliano (TV))
  • Sep 19, 2018 - Oct 07, 2018 (Maiori (Salerno) to Conegliano (TV))
4 nights
Maiori
The Pietra di Luna Hotel and Congress centre is located on the seafront of Maiori, minutes from the delightful promenade and from the private beach. The hotel is both modern and functional and features spacious lounges and panoramic terraces, with central-heating and conditioning, with adjoining congress centres with rooms for between 10 and 400 people.
3 nights
Spello
Albergo del Teatro rises in the delightful and typical historic centre of Spello, a medieval jewel which cherishes vestiges of Umbrian’s Roman past and from which incredible views entrance the eye. Spello, nestled into the slopes of Mount Subasio, is ideally positioned to reach Assisi, Perugia, Montefalco, Bevagna, Spoleto and many other centres of historic, artistic and cultural significance. The hotel is managed by Family Cruciani for over fifty years and its rooms have been studied down to the smallest detail to ensure an exclusive stay, not only for the meticulous service, but also for the warm and pleasant atmosphere
3 nights
Firenze
The Hotel California is located on the second floor of a historic building in the central Via Ricasoli, the same street where there is also the original statue of David by Michelangelo. Recently renovated, very peaceful and comfortable environment fully reflect the atmosphere of Renaissance Florence. As evidence of this in many rooms and halls are still many ornaments, frescoes and stucco original. The 22 rooms, in Florentine style, are spacious and bright, with air conditioning, telephone and satellite TV. The bathrooms with shower, bathtub are normal in white Carrara marble, and also complete with hair dryer.
4 nights
Parma
Hotel Button, an inviting three star hotel in the heart of the historical and commercial centre of Parma near Piazza Garibaldi, boasts a range of services guaranteeing a comfortable and relaxing experience for guests. The elegant facility, dating back to the late 1700s, consists in four levels and has been furnished in a neoclassic style. The hotel is situated in a strategic position, just a few minutes' walk from major historical and cultural icons of the city: Cathedral, Baptistery, Santa Maria della Steccata, Glauco Lombardi Museum, Palazzo della Pilotta, Ducale Park, Regio Theatre, Farnese Theatre, National Galleries, Pinacoteca Stuard, the Courts and the faculties of Law, Economics and Psychology. Furthermore, the hotel is just a twenty minute drive from the renowned and chic outlet, Fidenza Village, a must-see for all shopping enthusiasts and more.
3 nights
Conegliano
The Hotel Canon d’Oro is housed in a 16-th century palace, formerly the home of a pawnshop (Monte di Pietà), with a completely frescoed façade, dating back to 1524, located on the old Contrada Granda, the high street, now called Via XX Settembre. Initially owned by the Confraternità dei Battuti (Confraternity of Flagellants), a group of pious men who founded the town’s cathedral and, later on, its hospital, the building was used as a pawnshop until 1794. Privately owned since 1830, it was then used as a place of refreshment and hospitality in the form of a traditional inn, later as a restaurant with rooms, and now as a hotel. Listed among the historical public establishments of the Veneto region and classified as a period residence since 1980, the Capraro family follows the ownership and management of the restaurant. In 2011 the Hotel joined the Best Western chain.
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