A limited number of small group tours personally escorted by Amazing Italy staff are available per year.
For more than 20 years we have been exploring the world in large groups, usually with around 50 people. This is why we have decided to offer small group tours. Travelling on a small group holiday allows you to stay in smaller hotels, eat in family-run restaurants and visit places inaccessible to larger groups. In a small group it’s much easier to get off the beaten track, meet the people and experience authentic local life.
On our escorted tours there’s a balance between group activities and personal time for you to explore independently or relax as you like.
Our groups are made up of people of different ages, nationalities and interests, but sharing the love for our Amazing Italy.
Our trips are ideal for solo travelers, families, couples and friends travelling together – all are welcome and the mix is what makes the groups work so well. It’s not unusual for lifelong friendships to be formed on our tours.
3 nights Italian Riviera with visits to Portofino, Santa Maria Ligure, Cinque Terre, Genoa
2 nights at Lake Maggiore with visit to the Borromean Islands, Lake Como, Milan
4 nights at Lake Garda with visits to Verona, Valpolicella, Maranello, Venice
3 nights in Langhe-Monferrato with wine and truffle tour and cooking class
2 nights in Verona with visit to Verona & Valpolicella wine tour
3 nights in Parma with parmesan cheese, prosciutto and balsamic vinegar tour
1 night in Bologna with Ferrari Museum visit and food walking tour
7 nights in Bologna with visits to
Bologna food market,
cooking class in Bologna countryside,
Ferrari-Pagani-Lamborghini factory tour,
olive-oil and wine tour
day-trip to Florence by high-speed train
2 nights in Rome with food walking tour and cooking class
2 nights in Sorrento with visit to a pasta factory, a Limoncello producer, the Amalfi drive with Positano
4 nights in Basilicata & Apulia with visits to Paestum, a mozzarella cheese producer, Matera, Castel del Monte, Alberobello, Locorotondo, Martina Franca, Ostuni, Lecce
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