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Tuscan and Umbrian Countryside

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See another side of Italy. Explore Tuscany and Umbria’s smaller, more authentic towns. Learn the secrets of Tuscan and Umbrian cuisine. Journey to Florence, the “Cradle of the Italian Renaissance.” Visit a family owned winery for a tasting and have a home-hosted lunch in a charming country home. Stop in Siena, a medieval town with one of Tuscany’s most beautiful squares. Travel to the Etruscan hill town of Orvieto, known for its white wine and Gothic cathedral. Along the way, savor regional specialties and enjoy Italian wines with every dinner.

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