8 days of Dolce Vita in Italy

Indulging In Italian Dreams.


Tuscany & Lake Garda


Best time to visit both destinations is May to July & Autumn (September). August is peak season and the city of Florence is hot and crowded then & many restaurants are closed.
Autumn (September and October) is a more peaceful time of year to visit with lots of sunshine.


Florence, cradle of the Renaissance, enchanting, romantic & utterly irresistible. A place to feast on world-class art and gourmet Tuscan cuisine before heading to the captivating beauty of Lake Garda.







The narrow cobbled streets of Florence are a cinematic feast of elegant palatial architecture, with little change since the Renaissance.

The pictures don’t lie

Tuscany’s sheer beauty stems from its gorgeous mix of green sculpted landscape, Renaissance splendour and spectacular food and wine.

Experience sailing in the stunning surroundings of Lake Garda, surrounded by crisp blue sky, deep blue water and the majestic mountains. Natural beauty and harmony beyond belief.

Florence: Surprisingly small as it is, Florence is big on the world’s “Must See” list, and not just for its unmatched treasure chest of art. Unsurprisingly, the entire city centre is a Unesco World Heritage site.
Pisa & Luca: Day trip to the charming, well preserved cities with incredible sights.
Chianti Rufina region: Immerse in the beauty of the surrounding of the natural environment in the vineyard estate.
Gargnano: One of the most picturesque villages on Lake Garda, surrounded by gentle hills and natural terraces.

Bella Italia

Create an unforgettable authentic Italian experience: enjoy a go-slow afternoon passeggiata, indulge in an aperitivo at dusk, appreciate the Italian lifestyle. Truly la dolce vita…

Immerse yourself in the rich Italian culture, history & nature