Italian Road Trip
Live the sweet life from Venice to Rome on a luxury road-trip through Italy.
Imagine touring Italy by car instead of bus. For the traveler who wants to tour more independently, consider a luxury road-trip vacation. Drive to Venice, with its labyrinth or bridges and canalas crisscrossing the city to gather in a 17th century piazza. Bask in the gentle sun-kissed beauty of Tuscany with its seductive mix of Dolce Vita, fascinating history and wineries. See the Galleria dell'Accademia in Florence, with Michangelo's most celebrated sculpture of David. Discover hillside towns like Assisi as you drive onward to the glory of Rome, the Eternal City. Not interested in doing the driving? We can arrange a driver for you. "Bellissimo!"
Culinary Delights in Spain
Immerse yourself in one of Europe's most celebrated cuisine destinations.
Spain's exotic and beautiful Basque Region is rich in history with its own
unique culture, traditions and language. The Atlantic Ocean and its Bay of
Biscay, the Pyrenees Mountains and the famed vineyards of La Rioja combine to
make this destination truly special and a visual feast. Cuisine is at the very
heart of its culture and one of the most celebrated in all of Europe.
your palate on a guided pintxos tour in San Sebastian and a hands-on Basque
cooking class, with lunch and wine. Visit wineries for tastings and lunch in a
vineyard in La Rioja and indulge in a tasting dinner at a Michelin-starred
restaurant in San Sebastian. Basque Country is a must-go for foodies and a
place you certainly won’t want to miss.
Ancient Treasures of Morocco
An enticing journey of distinct landscapes and enduring North African cultural heritage.
of Africa yet markedly different, Morocco is a fascinating study in contrasts:
Old World medinas with noisy, narrow, winding lanes vie for attention with
fashionable cafés, boutique shops and modern city centers. Sophisticated
coastal cities such as Casablanca and Rabat boast an abundance of long white
beaches, picturesque rocky coves and classic resorts.
imperial cities of Meknes and Fes showcase fine examples of Islamic
architecture and tradition. The rugged, snow-capped Atlas Mountains stretch
1,500 miles through Morocco and beyond. Berber tribes have lived in the region
for thousands of years, and were first mentioned in writings of ancient
Egyptians. Long-established villages such as Aït-Benhaddou, serve as
strongholds that preserve the Berber lifestyle, culture, music and art. Like
the intricate design of a Berber rug, Morocco weaves a spell that lasts a