Ready to go down in history?

Welcome, Storywalker. I’m your traveling companion: together we will walk among stories and unknown places of Italy.

Destination
All destionations
Calabria
Campania
Emilia-Romagna
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Lazio
Lombardy
Molise
Tuscany
Umbria
Experience
All experiences
Art & Culture
Food & Wine
Nature & Adventure
Period
Year round
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December

About us

Learn about who we are, who we work with and what our philosophy is.

Let’s travel in Italy

We recommend three destinations involving nature, adventure, Italian food and wine, culture and art.

Franciacorta Wine Tasting and Winery Virtual Tour per 2 Participants
Year round

We will walk through the Ricci Curbastro winery in the Franciacorta area, together with the Wine Producer in a live streaming. At the end of the wine tour we will taste wine from our EAT-Box. Ready?!

64 € per EATales experience
Guided Oil Tasting and Olive Oil Mill Virtual Tour
Year round

Together with the Oil Producer, in a live streaming, we will discover the Bartolomei Olive Mill, in Umbria, and visit its Oil Museum.
At the end of our tour we will taste the 2 different bottles of oil included in the EAT-Box. Are you ready?!

35 € per EATales experience
Strawberry Tasting and Nemi Virtual Tour per 2 Participants
Year round

Together with a passionate local guide, we will walk through Nemi in a live streaming. At the end of the Virtual Tour we will taste the local products from our EAT-Box: the delicious strawberry liquor and jam. Ready?!

69 € per EATales experience

Travel stories

News, insights and curiosity about the adventures of our next tours in Italy

The ‘Ndocciata in Molise

Long and gigantic torches illuminate the Molise districts offering spectacular shows with fire, dances and choreographies still performed after a millennium.

Small Italian villages: from the COVID-19 an opportunity to rediscover them in the future

The COVID-19, from one day to another, forcing us to modify our habits. Journals talk about emergency and titles are not so encouraging, but let’s observe the situation from a different point of view: what if we manage to get something good from this situation?