Perillo Tours Offers Gourmet Itineraries for Foodies

This fall, Perillo Tours will celebrate the rich culinary history of Italy with the new "Mangia e Bevi" tour that will take travelers on a 10-day food and wine tour across the country. Guests will be able to enjoy stays in Rome, Siena and Bologna with daily trips to Chianti, San Gimignano, Florence, Parma and Modena.

The Mangi e Bevi tour, offered between October 11, 2012 and February 14, 2013 is priced at $2,490 per person, double, and includes first class accommodations, airport transfers, most meals, wine tastings and more.

The group tours normally range from 20 to 40 people per group, all comfortably seated in a state-of-the-art motor coach, will single supplements available for guests who enjoy a bit of privacy. Perillo also allows guests the option of extending their stay by arriving early or departing late, and all tours have specially crafted to permit guests large amount of free time along with the many activities throughout the days.

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