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  • I Sette Consoli

    This elegant, pricey, fine-dining restaurant is set on a small square and has a discreet mood and a secret garden. Tuck into the turbot, venison or pigeon before moving onto the cheeseboard or, in the right season, taking the truffle menu. At the “Seven Consuls” both the service and the wine list are praiseworthy.

    Address: Piazza Sant’Angelo 1A, 05018 Orvieto

  • Il Malandrino Bistrot

    As one of the venues for Umbria Jazz, this mid-priced spot sometimes stages jazz sessions or other live music recitals inside but also has a summer terrace. The Bistrot claims to deliver soul food, if soul food means cherry tomatoes marinated in vodka, followed by pasta with truffles or a porcini mushroom sauce. Dishes are well-presented while service is friendly.

    Address: Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 20, 05018 Orvieto

  • Ristorante Le Grotte del Funaro

    Set in the so-called “Medieval Quarter” in the west of town, this atmospheric mid-priced inn occupies a charming vaulted grotto at one with the medieval mood. In fact, it started as an Etruscan cave before becoming a rope-maker’s workshop and finally an inn. On the menu is home-made pasta, grilled meat, game and pizza.

    Address: Via Ripa Serancia 41, 05018 Orvieto

  • Trattoria da Carlo

    Set just off the main drag, this welcoming, good-value trattoria specialises in straightforward, regional home-cooking. Typical dishes include spicy chicken and steak tartare.

    Address: Vicolo del Popolo 9, 05018 Orvieto

  • Trattoria La Pergola

    Set not far from the cathedral, this inviting, well-run, unpretentious trattoria serves traditional Umbrian cuisine. The classic antipasti dish is a plate of Umbrian cured meats while first courses might include pappardelle pasta with wild boar or gnocchi in a Chianina beef sauce or with truffles. Desserts include panna cotta or ricotta.

    Address: Via dei Magoni 9B, 05018 Orvieto

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A Day in Venice: Small Group Tour by Minivan from Florence

Be part of the waterways dream that reflect elegant palaces with Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance façades, small and delicate bridges, magnificent portals of the patrician dwellings, bulb-shaped domes and golden mosaics.

from 325,46 US Dollar

Vintage Fiat 500 Featured Tour

Our drive will wind us through beautiful canopied streets, through wooded areas with streams and cypress tree lined stretches of road. You will marvel at the olive trees and grape vines and feel like you are driving in a postcard.
After a 45 minute scenic drive, we arrive at our destination, Villa Le Corti, which is a family residence of one of the oldest and most prestigious Italian aristocratic families.
We will tour the Villa Le Corti Winery, learn about the various types of grapes in the Chianti region, their characteristics, the fermentation process and more. You will learn about the unique way the cellar was built….underground!
Upon completion of the Winery Tour, we will proceed to the Villa’s Cantina where you will experience tasting of 3 types of Villa Le Corti wines. We will feast upon a typical 3 course Tuscan meal.

from 190 US Dollar

Self-Drive Vintage Vespa Tour with Wine Tasting from Florence

You have dreamed of a romantic Italian getaway. Be ready to make that dream a reality with this 4.5-hour Vespa scooter tour from Florence with a wine tasting experience. Your guide will lead the convoy on the adventure of a lifetime as you drive your own scooter through the countryside. The breathtaking view of the Tuscan hills, the historic Tuscan Villas, cypress lined roads, endless vineyards and captivating olive groves are visuals you will never forget.

from 120 US Dollar

Brunello & Rosso di Montalcino Grand Wine Tour in Vald'Orcia Region (Tuscany)

Brunello di Montalcino is one of the best wines in the world, destined for long ageing, making it better and more complete over time. According to the regulations, Brunello must age for a minimum of 5 years although it is customary to lay it down for 10 years. It can remain in the cellar for 30 years while some of the very exceptional vintages last for 100 years or more, as the Brunello produced by Biondi Santi.

Brunello di Montalcino is made with only Sangiovese grapes cultivated exclusively in Montalcino, a small Tuscan town that is forever linked to its wine, to that certain clone of Sangiovese Grosso that. 

from 125,18 US Dollar
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