Bologna & Emilia Romagna
The capital of Italian finest foods and deluxe motor brands
Emilia-Romagna lies between the Adriatic Sea and the Apennine peaks offering a great variety of history, traditions, landscapes, and excellent food produce.
In fact, it is the birthplace of some iconic Italian foods such as Prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano Reggiano, and traditional balsamic vinegar.
Moreover, Emilia Romagna is home to major Italian car and motorbike manufacturers like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ducati, Pagani, Maserati and Dallara and world-famous racetracks.
Dine inside a private vintage cars collection, taste 100 year old balsamic vinegar, test drive a powerful Ferrari at a private track.
This is just a taste of what your event in Bologna and Emilia Romagna could be!
An open-air museum, a city like no others
Boasting Italy’s most preserved historical centre, Venice is a unique city for its environment, architecture, and history. Getting to Venice, one is transported into a different world of incomparable beauty and atmosphere: the Grand Canal with its elegant frescoed palaces and churches, St. Mark’s square with its and basilica elegant marble colonnade, the Doges’ Palace, the bridge of sighs, but also narrow streets, hidden canals, picturesque bridges, secret squares and gondolas.
Sip a Bellini during a gondola serenade, dress-up for a masked ball, fly over the lagoon on board a helicopter.
Just a few photo shoots of your event in Venice!
The eternal capital of the great beauty
No city can compete with Rome’s astonishing artistic and historical heritage.
From the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, to the monumental basilicas, the Vatican, and the elegant piazzas and fountains. While strolling through Rome centre you come across masterpieces by the greatest Italian artists such as Michelangelo, Bernini, Borromini, Caravaggio and Raphael.
Immagine to ride a vintage Vespa scooter through Rome city center as in the Dolce Vita, dine at a terrace overlooking the Roman Forum and enjoy a bel canto concert among the ruins of the Caracalla Baths.
This is just a glimpse of your bespoke event in Rome!
A mosaic of colorful villages and stunning landscapes
A UNESCO heritage since 1997, Cinque Terre is a string of five fishing villages perched high on the Italian Riviera in the region Liguria, with a landscape unique in the world, shaped by the famous dry stone walls: Riomaggiore, Vernazza, Monterosso, Manarola and Corniglia. Originally, these little towns were isolated medieval hamlets connected only by walking trails which today are stunning sinuous paths offering breathtaking views over the turquoise sea, terraced cliffs of olive groves, vine trees, and lemon trees.
With Italian Riviera we also refer to the small coastal villages of Santa Margherita, Portofino and Portovenere, also known as The Gulf of the Poets which seem to belong to an impressionist painting.
Dive from Riomaggiore into the underwater caves of the protected marine area, have a pic-nic at Manarola vineyards, sail from Portofino to San Fruttuoso for a private reception.
Enchanting botanic gardens and luxury villas
Italy has about 1500 lakes, however the best-known, largest, and most important ones are those located on the Alpine foothills: Lakes Garda, Maggiore, Como, Iseo, and Lugano. Since the Roman times, these lakes have been a popular holiday destination for the semi-Mediterranean climate and stunning landscape of this area of Italy. Surrounded by groves of olive, citrus and vine trees, luxurious palms, and luxuriant gardens filled with camellias and magnolia, the coasts are characterized by medieval villages, fortresses, tiny harbours and elegant villas that follow one another mirroring the lakes’ waters.
Dream of flying over Lake Como aboard a hydroplane; imagine having an aperitif while cruising Lake Garda aboard a vintage motor yacht; discover Lake Iseo villages by bike.
Amalfi Coast & Capri
A unique corner of paradise
This stunning dramatic coastline characterized by terraced vineyards, lemon trees, pastures and fjords offering enchanting views of turquoise vibrant waters below has been attracting visitors since ancient times. Tiny fishermen villages of white houses, secret alleys, rustic churches adorned with colorful majolicas, small harbors, Normands towers follow one another creating a breathtaking landscape. Considered Italy’s sun-kissed Mediterranean coast, this corner of paradise enchants everyone with its amazing scenery, outstanding gastronomy, and cultural heritage.
Take part in a private concert in the lush gardens of Villa Rufolo, dine inside a Normand tower, sail to Capri Island on a private yacht at sunset.
This is just a taste of your bespoke event on the Amalfi Coast!
Art cities, picturesque villages, bucolic countryside and rolling hills
Olive groves, vineyards, cypress trees, medieval hilltop towns and Renaissance art cities, castles and villas, but also sandy beaches, high cliffs and marble quarries. Tuscany is a one-of-a-kind region offering a variety of different breathless landscapes and suggestions.
Florence, Siena, Lucca, Pisa but also San Gimignano, Volterra, Arezzo and Pienza, each town is unique and hides secret jewels.
What about riding a horse through the Chianti region, or flying over Florence in a hot-balloon?