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1. It's Extra Virgin Olive Oil Month at Ruccello Olive Oil and to Celebrate They're Offering Free Ship
June 13, 2018

It’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Month at Ruccello Olive Oil, so to celebrate, Ruccello is offering free shipping on all online orders through June. Monterey, CA, June 13, 2018 — It’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) Month at Ruccello Olive Oil, so to celebrate, Ruccello is offering free shipping on all online orders through June. Just use coupon code FREESHIP when ordering from ruccellooliveoil.com. Ruccello Olive Oil, founded in 2017 by Monterey native RoseAnne Ruccello-Fischer, specializes in Extra Virgin Olive Oils from the Tuscany region in of Italy and from California, as w... (read more)

Author: John Paul

2. Find Artistic Inspiration at the Uffizi Gallery
September 25, 2017

Florence is a paradise for foodies, historians and architecture enthusiasts alike. But, above all, it’s arguably the world’s best playground for artists. From imposing statues to poignant paintings, this momentous metropolis has something spectacular in store for art lovers of every nationality, sex or age. While there are countless spots that showcase Florence’s myriad masterpieces, you can’t truly say that you’ve experienced the city’s art scene unless you go to the Uffizi Gallery. Here you’ll discover works of genius from a variety of mediums, whose magnetic-like appeal attracts 1.5 m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. A Guide to Scenic Cycling in Tuscany
September 25, 2017

Looking to add a dash of fitness to your next holiday? If you’re travelling to Tuscany, that’s a great idea – while ambrosial, the region’s food is known to go straight from lips to hips! If cycling strikes your fancy, perhaps you’ve thought about pedalling through Tuscany, whose scenery simply couldn’t be more picturesque. Over the centuries, countless trails have been laid throughout the region, meaning that you’ll have plenty of attractive choices. But how do you pick a trail? And how do you prepare for your athletic undertaking? After over a decade of living and cycling in this ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Imagine an Exquisite, Sun-drenched Mediterranean-style villa in the South of France or Tuscany
September 18, 2017

Imagine an exquisite, sun-drenched Mediterranean-style villa in the South of France or Tuscany. Now take that villa and drop it onto a 1.4-acre hilltop site with a stunning panoramic view of the Monterey Bay and beyond. Salinas, CA, September 19, 2017 - This custom villa with separate guest house boasts four bedrooms and 4.5 baths filling almost 6,400 square feet, complete with an outdoor kitchen, pizza oven, fire pit, fountain and generous patio space, featuring exquisite architectural details with high-quality construction and finishes. And it’s no accident that this villa seems li... (read more)

Author: John Paul

5. Discover the Treasures of Tuscany in One Day
August 29, 2017

Visiting Tuscany? From art to wine to nature, this region’s rich history and culture has plenty in store for the curious traveller – so much, in fact, that it can be difficult to decide where to begin your holiday. If you’re planning a flash trip and would like to get the lay of the land upon arrival, you’ll benefit from signing up for one of the many great Tuscany tours that are offered in the area. Here’s what to expect from an excellent one-day excursion. Three Transcendent Towns The best Tuscany tours begin in Florence, where you’ll be met by a private vehicle that will ac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Golf and Gastronomy: Fine Dining at the World's Best Resorts
August 14, 2017

Golfing on some of the best greens in the world is a sure-fire way to work up a bit of an appetite – not to mention that you’ll feel like you made the most of your golf holiday insurance! For a getaway that strikes the perfect balance between outstanding golfing and extraordinary fine dining, look no further than my favourite resorts. Ristorante All’Acquacotta (Italy) Nestled away in southern Tuscany, which is still blissfully untouched by tourism, Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort offers fantastic golfing, one of the world’s best spa facilities and a Michelin-starred restaurant,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa...Before It Falls Over!
July 27, 2017

tours of Tuscany, from hiking and biking through the Tuscan countryside to unforgettable villa visits. ">Ready to go on some stunning tours of Tuscany? If you’re an Italo-phile in search of historical and cultural excursions, exploring this region’s scenic landscapes, imposing architecture, and full-bodied wines should be at the top of your bucket list. Known as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, the area has plenty in store for tourists who are looking to quench their cultural thirst. But where to start your trip? Of course, I only have one answer to this question: the Leaning T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Truffle Out Tuscany's Gastronomic Treasures
July 27, 2017

It’s found in oil, pasta, sauces, and even vodka: of course, I’m talking about the truffle, one of the world’s most exquisite, versatile, and expensive culinary delights. Although truffles are extremely sought-after and their distinctive smell and taste are immediately recognisable among gastronomy connoisseurs and amateurs alike, few people actually know how this delicacy arrives on their plates. If you’re ready to fill your knowledge gap with some mouth-watering information, be prepared to experience an intense craving for truffles – particularly for those found on Tuscany tours – after read... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. The Best of Tuscany: What to Expect
June 28, 2017

If you’re planning to join a Tuscany tour get ready for an indulgent and multi-sensory experience that will be sure to wow both body and mind. Experience exquisite food and wine in the magnificent surrounds of the hilltop towns of Siena, San Gimignano and Monteriggioni, all the while surrounded by history and architectural wonder. Siena One of the greatest charms of Tuscany, this medieval city is steeped in fame and elegance, frequented even by the likes of James Bond in Quantum of Solace. Book a place on one of our Tuscany tours that fall during the time of the famous Palio run, he... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. A Perfect Morning in Tuscany
June 28, 2017

For a unique and memorable experience that will stick with you for years to come, look no further than a Tuscany tour. From medieval hilltop towns, fabulous Renaissance era villas and mouthwatering food and drink, Tuscany offers everything you could need for that special once in a lifetime trip. A Perfect Walk Start the morning of your Tuscany tour with an energising and inspiring hike through one of the region’s ancient paths, traversing olive groves and scented cypress woods. En route make a stop off at a renowned Renaissance villa and see if you can recognise any of the well know... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. The History of Grape Stomping
June 14, 2017

For parents, the problem of choosing a holiday destination to keep the entire family happy as well as creating a positive and meaningful experience for children is very real. The Italian region of Tuscany is a perennial favourite with families and, while all that sun and an endless supply of pizza and pasta might have something to do with it (well, ok, quite a lot), believe it or not, it's even possible to make the country's rich history come to life in a way that children will love just as much as adults. How? A grape stomping Tuscany tour! Sound interesting? It might sound even better o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Hiking in Tuscany
June 14, 2017

The sunburnt terrain of Tuscany lends itself perfectly to gentle, leisurely hiking and there are countless well-maintained routes that weave and wend their way across the rolling landscape that defines the region. Few places in the world are more iconic to put foot to soil, and there's no better way of gaining an authentic connection to this captivating land. Explore on Foot For aficionados of so-called "slow travel", organised tours of Tuscany that include a component of walking or hiking offer a meaningful way in which to explore the region. Getting up close and personal to the lan... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Cycling in Tuscany
June 14, 2017

For those who like to get a little energetic while on holiday, there are few places in the world more rewarding to explore on two wheels than Tuscany. Tour the rolling countryside in the saddle of a comfortable bike and you'll experience first-hand the exhilaration and freedom only cycling can bring. Travelling at a slower pace enables you to see, do and enjoy so much more than you would by simply looking out the window of a moving vehicle. Instead of being only a passenger in your own travel experience, you can enjoy full immersion in your surroundings and forge a far more genuine and lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. The Literary Legacy Of Tuscany
June 07, 2017

Tuscany tours and experiences, from hiking and biking through the Tuscan countryside to unforgettable villa visits. ">Tuscany as a region is inspirational, its landscape a mix of beautiful countryside and extraordinary cities each with their own rich history. The region’s vistas pack such a punch that they can in fact be credited as the direct inspiration behind the best works of some of history’s most famous writers, namely Dante, Goethe, Stendhal and D.H Lawrence. So why not book yourself onto one of the many available Tuscany tours and discover for yourself what creativity this incredible r... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Tuscany, a Literary Inspiration
June 02, 2017

Tuscany as a region is inspirational, its landscape a mix of beautiful countryside and extraordinary cities each with their own rich history. The region’s vistas pack such a punch that they can in fact be credited as the direct inspiration behind the best works of some of history’s most famous writers, namely Dante, Goethe, Stendhal and D.H Lawrence. So why not book yourself onto one of the many available Tuscany tours and discover for yourself what creativity this incredible region might spark in you!. Dante and The Divine Comedy The Florence born Dante is most famous for The Divine... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. The Towers of San Gimignano
June 02, 2017

If you have the luxury of choosing from a range of Tuscany toursmake sure that the hilltop town of San Gimignano is firmly on the itinerary. The Towers of San Gimignano make this historic settlement impossible to miss, standing tall in the skyline as a fitting tribute to Tuscany’s magnificent architectural and artistic tradition. Ancient Origins The early history of San Gimignano is vibrant and steeped in legend. Folklore traces the foundation of the town back to 63BC when two patrician brothers, fleeing their implication in the Catiline conspiracy in Rome, set up shelter in Valdelsa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Step Into Tuscany - The Fine Tradition of Grape Stomping
June 02, 2017

Wine making is a long-established tradition – an art that has been developed and finely tuned over thousands of years. While the unique touches that an individual wine marker adds during the wine making process can be the difference between a good bottle and a great bottle, there are typically five common steps that lead to our magnificent end product. The Five Key Stages of the Wine Making Process Grape harvesting is naturally the first stage, an act than can be done mechanically or by hand. Once the harvested grapes have been sorted, next up is the process of crushing and pressing,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Tuscany: Immortalised in the Classics
June 02, 2017

Have you ever dreamed of going to a place for so long that when you finally book the holiday and arrive it feels so familiar it’s as though you’ve been there before? In the case of Tuscany this feeling of déjà vu probably comes from some of the classic films that have been filmed in the beautiful region. If you’ve ever immersed yourself in the Merchant Ivory film A Room With a View or the Oscar-winning Life Is Beautiful, both of which were partially filmed in the region, you may well feel that you’ve already taken several tours of Tuscany. If, however, you’re a confirmed Italophile ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Fiesole: An Historical Tuscan Gem
June 02, 2017

Most tours of Tuscany will take in the famous Renaissance sights of Florence, Pisa and Arezzo but if you want to venture further back in time you need only travel a short distance (nine kilometres) outside Florence to the historic hillside town of Fiesole. Set on a hilltop, 295 metres above the famous Renaissance city, Fiesole is actually a much older settlement than its neighbour. Ancient ruins in the town date back to the Etruscans (the local civilisation which populated this area before the Roman invasion). It wasn’t long, however, before the Romans took over the town, building th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Explore the Gothic Masterpiece of Siena Cathedral
June 02, 2017

While many tours of Tuscany will grant you only a fleeting visit to the Tuscan city of Siena, whisking you round its many treasures before moving you on, we believe that it is a place to cherish, to take your time wandering around and exploring. And nowhere is this more true than in the city’s stunning Gothic cathedral, the Cathedrale di Santa Maria or the Duomo. Arguably one of Italy’s finest gothic churches, building began as early as 1229 and was not completed until the 14th Century. In fact, so proud were the local people of their cathedral that only 20 years after it was complet... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Tuscan Olive Oil: From the Source to the Table
April 29, 2017

There are few things more quintessentially Tuscan than olive oil. A staple part of the culture and one of the region’s most famous exports, no visits or tours of Tuscany would be complete without sampling its golden flavours. The Tuscans have been farming olives since the days of the Etruscans, relying on oil in place of butter, due to the local breed of cattle producing little milk. It’s been a key ingredient of Tuscan cooking for centuries, and carries the bonus of having incredible health benefits, being great for the heart and circulation. If you’re looking to impress the locals with ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. The Fabulous Flavours of Florentine Cuisine
April 29, 2017

Florentines know how to enjoy the dolce vita, and the core ingredient is unquestionably the food. Florentine cooking is essentially Tuscan and has its own speciality dishes, based around grilled meats, good breads, parmesan and of course, the star of the show: Tuscan extra virgin olive oil. To really get the ultimate taste for the region, why not try some of these foods on one of our delicious culinary Tuscany tours? Bistecca alla Fiorentina This main course is the cherry on top of Florentine cooking – a thick and weighty porterhouse cut of steak, typically between two and eight poun... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Three Hilltown Highlights of Tuscany
April 13, 2017

Tuscany is a well-known and well-loved parcel of landscape: with its near-desert aridity and rich, hot pine fragrance, the iconic countryside is interrupted by the occasional picturesque town, nestled amongst the hills. These towns are frequently steeped in history, many being astonishingly well-preserved examples of medieval towns. Here we take a look at three unmissable medieval towns to incorporate into your tours of Tuscany. Siena Siena has a fair claim to the title of Italy’s most picture-perfect medieval town. Legend has it that Siena was founded by the son of Remus, one of Rom... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. The Classic Wines of Tuscany
April 13, 2017

Tuscany evokes many different thoughts and images in the minds of those who have, and have not been there. The region has been well loved, documented and featured by artists, authors and filmmakers throughout the ages. However, unless you have been there, breathed in the fragrant air, viewed the epic sunsets and tasted the richness of the local goods, you will never truly appreciate the unique essence of the region. Expert guides make it a point to introduce visitors to the best features found in Tuscany. Tours dedicated to the region’s wonderful and historic wine culture are an especial... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Learn to Eat Like the Locals in Tuscany
March 30, 2017

For "foodie" travellers on small group holidays, Italy is one of the world's most sought-after destinations. While the basic staples (the ubiquitous pizza and pasta) are consistent throughout the country, every province has its own regional dishes and specialities that have been passed down through the centuries. Of all the areas in Italy, Tuscany is the most famous for its cuisine. Its fertile landscape gives rise to an abundance of fresh produce and, of course, the grapes used in its renowned wines. While not quite as simplistic as the cucina povera of the southern Italian region of Pu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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