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Food, Culture And Fun: Travel With A Blogger In Italy

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Photo courtesy of ChrisRubber Dragon.

Although there are hundreds of travel blogs and you are probably a reader of some of them it is not that often when you actually can join the bloggers themselves. They are telling beautiful stories about places they visited and the pictures of local food make you hungry. If you wish to join one of them this project is for you.

Local Living On Italy’s Amalfi Coast

One such tour is Epicure & Culture Tour’s Local Living Amalfi Coast Experience. Along with Epicure & Culture editor Jessica Festa, you’ll live with a family in a 16th century former monastery agriturismo, picking your own organic vegetables from the garden for dinner, cooking with your hosts and drinking copious amounts of wine amidst endless vines and lemon trees. Days are filled with scenic hikes — like the legendary “Walks of the Gods” — as well as exploring scenic towns, beach hopping, visiting historic churches, cruising the waterways and getting to know important heritage sites like Pompeii. Best of all, the tour works in cooperation with Planeterra to be a responsible and sustainable tourism experience.

Book now for their 2015 departure, as spots are filling up fast!

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Photo courtesy of Derek Gavey.

Holiday With A Blogger In Ferrara, Italy

Another option is ‘Holiday with a blogger‘ with Agata Mleczko. Agata is a traveler, writer and photographer, and one of these people whose pictures make you hungry. She lived in Italy for many years and traveled around the world, and now runs a popular Italy travel blog Null&Full.

Travel gives a lot of pleasure and brings a lot of energy to your life. And it is the best thing on earth if there is someone you can share it with. Thus, Agata developed “Holiday with a blogger,” and this September you can join her and spend a week in Ferrara tasting the best Italian food, sipping wines and having fun.

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Olive trees. Photo courtesy of Caspar Diederik.

Italy is easy to love. It is even more true when you have someone who speaks Italian, knows local habits and guides you through the Italian way of life. Living in Italy made Agata aware of all local particularities so her idea is to give you an opportunity to experience the best part of it.

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And this is how a project called iloveFerrara.it was created. An essence of Italy at your fingertips. Join Agata this September and she will guide you through Ferrara — include a unique event: Street Dinner.

Book these tours today for experiences like no other!

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Local Living On Italy’s Amalfi Coast

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Jessica Festa

Jessica Festa is the editor of Epicure & Culture as well as Jessie on a Journey. She enjoys getting lost in new cities and having experiences you don’t read about in guidebooks. Some of her favorite travel experiences have been teaching English in Thailand, trekking her way through South America, backpacking Europe solo, road tripping through Australia, agritouring through Tuscany, and volunteering in Ghana.
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3 Comments

  1. Wish I was in Italy this fall Agata so I could join you hiking and drinking. I hope it’s a great success.
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  2. I love this idea, it’s for sure a total different and unique experience to have a holiday this way. Wishing you both lots of success.
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