Cultural Vacations to Northern Italy
Come LIVE the magic of Italy with Audrey as your LOCAL host.
Are you looking for a truly authentic travel experience, one that takes you not only to famous sites but also to those hidden gems that few get to see? Then I invite you to become one of my guests. I specialize in the places where I have local expertise and knowledge, places I call home, and where I speak the local language - offering you the best possible experience.
My cultural vacations to northern Italy, and private tours, follow a handcrafted itinerary, striking the perfect balance between famous sites and little-known places, hidden gems and of course, culinary experiences. I personally host each tour, taking care of all your land arrangements, from arrival to departure, so you can focus on making memories with loved ones and making new friends. Each tour is designed to fully immerse you in local culture while allowing time for personal discovery. Let Italy reveal itself to you in a whole new way - up close and personal.
Like traveling with a friend away from home.
Discover the road less traveled with Audrey
Join Audrey on a small group tour (4-8 guests) and bypass crowded tourist destinations to discover the hidden gems, the genuine cultural and culinary experiences that make Italy so special.
What Sets Audrey Apart
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