Access Italy Adds New Maremma Tour

Access Italy, part of the Virtuoso's network of on-site specialists, has announced the addition of a new tour to the Maremma, besides new exclusive partnerships. The new tour features the Maremma, a region located between southwest Tuscany and northern Lazio. First settled by the Etruscans and later by the Romans, the territory is a standout for its varied landscapes. Visitors can explore ancient villages, seaside resorts and enjoy sunsets as part of a customized itinerary. A visit to a wine estate nestled in the hills of the Maremma showcases the flavors and ingredients of the region.

Access Italy has also expanded its portfolio of accommodations to include a Rome’s Hotel De’ Ricci, two properties in Lake Como and Armani Hotel in Milan. The company is also debuting new tours in partnership with family-run winery in Tuscany.

The company’s signature experiences will also be on offer, including: one-on-one Italian cooking lesson at home with Mamma Eva; guided journey through Rome’s modern and contemporary art scene; and the grand tour which showcases popular destinations across the country.

Additionally, the company offers popular experiences such as a private, guided tour of the Colosseum; a guided look at the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica; a chauffeured, full-day tour of Rome; walking tours of Florence’s art museums – including after-hours viewing of Michelangelo’s “David”; and a boat trip to secret islands and ancient caves of the Amalfi Coast.

Travelers can also avail of an unprecedented policy of fully refunding any trip canceled due to COVID-19 imposed restrictions or other force majeure.

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