As many of you know, I specialize in small group travel to Italy. When working with a group, I develop a customized itinerary for the group and travel along acting both as guide and concierge as we journey through Italy’s splendors.
|Sunset behind Santa Maria della Salute in Venice|
So, how do you get to do this for free?
If you organize a group of 8-10 people, your land package price (everything but the airfare) is free!
But I don’t know 8-10 people...
|Rome's Castel Sant'Angelo by night|
And you don't have to travel with a group... but if you do, you get to go for free!
|The Duomo in Florence|
Why not just go on my own?
Of course you can, but a group opens up new experiences that you might never consider traveling on your own. And we aren’t talking about a group of 50 people who see everything out the bus window.
In fact -- don’t think about buses at all except city buses. My groups walk and take public transit. We stay right in the center of the city. We eat in charming little restaurants. We work with a flexible schedule and a customized itinerary. And we build in lots of free time, too. In fact, when someone says to me, “I’m not going along today, because I’m going back to that church/store/museum/restaurant we passed yesterday...” -- that is the highest compliment someone can pay me. After all, my role on a trip is to help you enjoy Italy.
Hmmm... tell me more!
Contact me! I’d be happy to talk about some options and help you put together a group.
|Sunset at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome|