Treat Your Travelers to Tuscany

by Sunni Chapman


Hilltop towns. 

Sun-kissed wineries.

Winding country roads. 

Tuscany is idyllic Italy. In Chianti, you’ll sip a glass of wine while the sun dips behind a medieval tower. In Florence, you’ll eye Michelangelo’s masterpieces. In Lucca, you’ll stroll atop the city’s ancient walls.

Millions of travelers flock to Tuscany, lured by rustic scenery and charming towns. Farmhouses dot the horizon here, while Renaissance squares adorn the centers of Siena and San Gimignano. But, without an inside connection, few ever find the soul of Tuscany.

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Again and again, our agents ask us to arrange “non-touristy” trips in Tuscany. Travelers want a Tuscany that brims with real people and real traditions.

Well, we heard you loud and clear!

I’m thrilled to announce that we've created a join-in departure – UNDISCOVERED TUSCANY – for you to share with clients. From June 25th - July 3rd, 2017, we’ll take a small group of travelers on a journey through the real Tuscany. Trip highlights include:

· Tuscan cooking class in a villa 

· Sunset picnic in the countryside

· Gelato-making experience & tasting

· Dinner under-the-stars in a historic piazza 

· Watching Siena’s Palio from a palace window

Riders from Siena’s competing neighborhoods course through the town’s square during the Palio. Both horse and jockey are dressed in brightly-colored costumes. Your travelers will watch this thrilling race from the regal setting of a Renaissance palace – a privilege normally reserved for Italian princes and princesses!


The palace offers an unparalleled view of the historic race. Relaxing in air-conditioned luxury, your travelers will be charmed by Siena’s summery spectacle. As they drink a glass of prosecco, the grandeur of Tuscany will unfold around them.

Do your travelers want to see Tuscany? Contact me today at to add your name to our UNDISCOVERED TUSCANY mailings. We'll share more delicious details in the weeks to come with interested agents.

The real Italy won’t be found in a guidebook. You just need to give us a call. 

Ciao, ciao!
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