Wine Tasting

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If you’ve read a little about me, you’ll know that I have a real interest in wine, from harvest to tasting and from red to white. I would have to say the reason I am so passionate about wines is due to my family background. I am responsible for my parents’  vineyard and it’s been a family tradition for 50

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A Real Italian Dinner

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Are you looking for an authentic encounter with Italian culture? We all know food and history are inseparable in Italy, which is why you’ve probably already been to an Italian restaurant, perhaps even in Italy. You might even think you now know a thing or two about Italian culture, and let me tell you: you’re well on your way… but you’ve only

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Southern Italy: Pompei, Alberobello, Lecce and Salento

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The south of Italy holds many popular and hidden gems  that all deserve to be visited and experienced but we all know how difficult it is to carve out a decent chunk of time from our busy lives to relax and reconnect with ourselves. This is why I have put together a southern Italy itinerary which: Allows you to choose from

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The Best of Rome

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“Do you want to see the best that Rome has to offer but are short on time? Are you not sure what’s worth seeing or even where to start on such a tight schedule?”   What exactly is the best of Rome? For some it is taking photos at Salvi’s overly detailed Trevi Fountain we know from a series of timeless films while

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Vatican Tour

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“Join me on a 360° Tour of the Vatican:                                                                          The Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica and a special visit to the

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Ancient Rome

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“Join me on a tour of one of the most ancient cities in Europe…”   Ancient Rome has lived through 2,700 years and is one of the oldest cities in the world. It was first known as “Caput Mundi” (capital of the world) and was headquarters of the Roman Empire and later transformed into the head of the Roman Catholic Church. It has had

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