Tours in Italy

Italy is a bucket list destination for millions of visitors, and for good reason. It offers incredible regional diversity, a vibrant and colorful culture, and most importantly, lots of great food and wine.  

The beautiful thing about Italian cuisine is that it’s very regional. Rustic Roman fare, the original Neapolitan pizza, creamy risotto from the north, and everything in between—there’s no one singular definition of Italian food, and we’re okay with that. 

Cities to Explore

Most Popular Tours in Italy

What We Have to Say About Italy

  • Our 9 Top Picks for Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Italy

    If you’re keeping score, there are 381 restaurants in Italy that have earned one, two, or three stars from the esteemed tire company, Michelin. That makes Italy the country with the third most Michelin stars on the planet (after France and Japan). Which is really saying something, considering Italian cuisine is also known as “cucina […]

  • What is Mortadella? A Tale of Counterfeits, Pop Culture & One Delicious Snack

    There are some Italian meats that need almost no introduction (lookin’ at you, prosciutto), but there’s so much more variety available for an antipasto plate in Italy and elsewhere—and not even prosciutto has a backstory that includes both Sofia Loren and a catchy 1970s US television jingle. That colorful tale belongs only to mortadella, the […]

  • Best Pasta in Bologna: 9 Spots for Lasagna, Ragù, Tortellini & More

    Bologna’s nicknames are no secret: La Rossa (the Red), La Dotta (the Learned), and La Grassa (the Fat). It’s also no secret that this city of nearly 400,000 people is one of the best cities in Italy for eating. It is any wonder that so many staples of the Italian kitchen either come from Bologna […]