If you are looking for a great example of experiential tourism in Bologna, look no further. In one of the episodes of the documentary series “Great Continental Railway Journeys” Michael Portillo, a famous BBC journalist, wanders through the streets of the historic center of Bologna and asks people where he can eat a good plate of “spaghetti alla bolognese”. People’s answer is hilarious. They look at him very surprised (almost horrified) and say: “No, “spaghetti alla bolognese” is not a … Read More
For travel agents, having a trusted partner for wine and food experiential tourism in Italy really is a must. Travel agents have to carry out a lot of research to find the right partner that matches their needs, and the desires of their clients. Travel agents cannot possibly be expected to be able to come up with experiential tourism packages in Italy by themselves – it’s just not their business. Besides, any travel agents operating outside of Italy will necessarily … Read More
When you are talking about food and wine tourism, it seems that Italy is always top of the list. That’s according to foreign and Italian tourists alike. Italian themselves love to enjoy traditional Italian products – especially food and wine. And there is no shortage of choice seeing as there is a seemingless endless menu of delicacies from each of Italy’s 20 regions. And when you consider the fact that each region has different foods and wines for each season, … Read More
Rosa is a well-known architect who will take you inside an ancient cloistered convent positioned on a hill where you can enjoy a breathtaking view. The entrance to the Hermitage is exclusive for “Rosa’s assistants” who will be able to master the architectural relief method starting with the hidden mediterranean garden inside.
Rosa è un architetto affermato ti porterà all’interno di un convento di antica clausura posizionato su una collina da cui si gode di un panorama mozzafiato. L’ingresso nei luoghi dell’Eremo è esclusivo per gli “assistenti di Rosa” che potranno perfezionare il metodo del rilievo a partire dal giardino mediterraneo nascosto all’interno. Si potrà ripercorrere la storia del monastero insieme ai sacerdoti che lo custodiscono. Potremo immergerci in un mondo di profonda spiritualità se avremo l’umiltà di accogliere le esperienze di vita nell’incontro con le monache che abitano il convento. Oltre ai cinque sensi, il sesto senso quello dello spirito alla fine sarà forse quello più “esercitato” in questa storia certamente memorabile.
Antonella will involve you in discovering artistic beauties and ancient traditions of the Palace. Together with a professional photographer, she will help you to create the best photographs for the promotional material of the pre-wedding service. You will wear the clothes of that time used for the famous Baronial Wedding, and if your work will be appreciated by the local institutions you will be well rewarded with a certificate and a tasting of typical local food and wine products.
Antonella ti coinvolgerà per scoprire le bellezze artistiche e le antiche tradizioni del palazzo. Insieme ad un fotografo professionista ti aiuterà a realizzare le migliori fotografie per il materiale promozionale del servizio di pre-Wedding. Indosserai gli abiti d’epoca che si usarono per il famoso Matrimonio Baronale, se il tuo lavoro sarà gradito alle istituzioni locali sarai ben ricompensato con un attestato e una degustazione di prodotti tipici locali.
Giovanni, who plays the role of Leone Amidei, is a florentine tourist guide extremely specialized on Michelangelo Buonarroti. Before examining if you really are Michelangelo’s heir, he will help you enter Michelangelo’s world thanks to a deeper exploration of his works, the places where he lived and, above all, the thoughts and emotions that this great man left us in writing.
Silvia will lead you through a Venice which is still untouched by tourism and will teach you what is and how you do a Travel Diary. You will discover the identity of places using the original Venetian toponymy, the Venetian urban space and its rich articulation, you will get to know how Gondola is made and its history, you will immerse in the traditions of Venice sharing, in an ancient “Bacaro”, the ultimate social rite “go for “ombra and cicchetti”, a venetian slang to say having a glass of wine and local appetizers still in use among the residents.