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Personal Wine Shopper

  • Personal Wine Shopper

    For the inside track on the best wines to buy in Chianti – to enjoy on holiday or ship back home – consider hiring the services of personal wine shopper Paola Pavan.

    Paola, who speaks English, German, Spanish, French and Italian, has travelled the world experiencing wines and now shares her expertise with guests staying at our villas in Tuscany. She won’t just guide you through purchasing wine, but will turn the task into a thoroughly enjoyable experience, courtesy of her deep knowledge and relationships with the local vineyards. Paola can also organise a private tasting at your villa on request.
    Tel: +39 345 8832604
    Web: www.personalwineshopper.it

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Truffle hunting in Montalcino

Searching for truffles in Montalcino with an expert truffles hunter: it’s a special experience which allows you to discover how nature can offer hidden treasures….
The truffles hunter, with his dog along, will teach you the techniques to find a truffle enough to make you so enthusiast of your choice!! And after the search…let’s go and taste a good truffle dinner!! Enjoy the Tuscan recipes: delights for the palate!

from 194,34 US Dollar

Half-day Wine Tour in the Tuscan's Hills from Pisa

Enjoy this small group tour by traveling across the Tuscan hills to taste red, white and tipical foof in the heart of the Tuscan's hills full of history.

from 90,84 US Dollar

Venice 'Inferno' Private Tour

Private tour in Venice to see the amazing places of the city and most importantly those described in the novel by Dan Brown: Inferno. Enjoy 3-hours walking and private boat tour in the dark and mysterious atmosphere of the tracks that lead the protagonists of the book, Robert Langdon and Sienna Brooks, to find the truth.

from 149,49 US Dollar

Antro del Corchia Entrance Ticket

Antro del Corchia is a hypogenic environment so vast that even today, centuries after its discovery, it is still being explored and is still regarded as an exciting frontier for spelunkers and abyss enthusiasts.
The first entrance was discovered in 1847 by naturalist Emilio Simi. Today the known entrances are 20.
Since the beginning of the 20th century, the Antro has been explored by speleologists from all over Europe, especially by the British who discovered the first part of the path, where the touristic gallery is now placed.
In the 1980’s, different scouting groups, starting from different entrances, met up within the recesses of the mountain and found out that they were actually exploring a single, gigantic, karst complex.
The touristic path was opened in 2001, after 2 years of works. It currently contains the 52-ton catwalk, which was specifically designed to be completely removable, in order to be able to restore the original environment in the future.

from 17,25 US Dollar
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