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Amalfi Coast Private Tour Welcome to the romantic Amalfi Coast! This spectacular region of Italy boasts breathtaking views of the Mediterranean from charming hilltop towns, dynamic city life and ancient history. Take an Amalfi Coast tour with an our friendly, knowledgeable consultant and  discover this beautiful region with a local.   You'll be forced to make some tough decisions on this beautiful day! Which of the lovely towns of Positano, Ravello, Amalfi or Salerno will you visit? Where will you stop for photos, when every bend in the road produces another breathtaking vista? Which roadside stand will you choose for your first taste of limoncello the famous local liquor? These are the sorts of "dilemmas" a traveler to the sun-kissed Amalfi Coast must face.   However you choose to spend your day, your consultant will make sure it's a memorable one that allows you to experience the best the Amalfi Coast has to offer. Enjoy your private Amalfi Coast tour!
From EUR 240
Diego Armando Maradona died on Wednesday 25 November 2020. The world of football has lost one of its best performers, perhaps the strongest in the history of this sport. The city of Naples, in particular, has lost one of his "sons". The "Pibe de Oro" (this is the nickname of the Argentine footballer) wore the jersey of the Neapolitan team from 1984 to 1991, dragging the club to the victory of 2 league titles, 1 Italian Cup and 1 Italian Super Cup. Idol of the entire city, Maradona left an indelible mark on Naples. Here are the symbolic places of the indissoluble bond between Diego Armando Maradona and the city of Naples. DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA AND THE SAN PAOLO STADIUM THE HOUSE OF DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA IN POSILLIPO MARADONA AND THE WALL OF JORIT IN SAN GIOVANNI A TEDUCCIO THE MARADONA WALL IN THE SPANISH QUARTERS MARADONA IN THE CRIB OF SAN GREGORIO ARMENO
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Discovering a world called "Mozzarella". Travel with us. X CENTURY The origins of mozzarella are directly linked to the introduction of buffaloes in Italy. One of the most accredited hypotheses claims that the diffusion in southern Italy took place in the Norman period, starting from Sicily where the buffaloes had been brought towards the end of the 10th century, following the invasions of the Saracens and the Moors. XI CENTURY Around the 11th century the swamping of the coastal plains of the lower Tyrrhenian side was completed - Piana del Volturno and the Sele - thus assuming those environmental characteristics most suitable for buffalo breeding. 1189-1266 In the Swabian era, buffaloes reached the current breeding areas. XII - XIII CENTURY Already in the twelfth century, the first historical documents appear that testify how the monks of the monastery of San Lorenzo in Capua used to offer a cheese called mound or provatura (when smoked), accompanied by a piece of bread, to pilgrims who are members of the Metropolitan they went every year in procession to the church of the Convent. XIV CENTURY There are several testimonies that prove the marketing of buffalo milk derivatives usually destined for the rich Neapolitan and Salerno markets. For obvious reasons of viability the only ones to arrive were "cut-offs" and above all "provings" in which the commercial life of the product was extended thanks to smoking. XV CENTURY The first "bufalare", characteristic masonry constructions, with a circular shape with a central fireplace, date back to the 15th century, where buffalo milk was processed to obtain provolone, caciocavalli, butter, ricotta and naturally buffalo mozzarella. 1570 For the first time, the term “mozzarella” appears in a famous text by Bartolomeo Scappi, cook of the papal court. XVIII CENTURY Mozzarella became a widely consumed product, also thanks to the creation in the province of Caserta, by the Bourbons, of a large buffalo farm with an adjoining experimental dairy for the transformation of the same milk. In a stable register the most important events of the buffaloes were noted, which was given a name that usually recalled the characters of the court. During the Spanish domination the buffalo was also used as an animal to hunt. In fact, “buffalo hunts” were organized during which the court went to the farming areas of the Volturno plain and that of the Sele. NINETEENTH CENTURY With the unification of Italy, the "Taverna" saw the light in Aversa: a real wholesale market for mozzarella and dairy products produced from the same milk, including ricotta, which, on a daily basis, established the quotations in relation to production and demand. The trade was regulated on the basis of actual contracts that entered into force from September 1st to August 31st of the following year, stipulated between the owner of the buffaloes who also transformed the milk and the "distributor" of the products. 1940 “… Every buffalo has a name which is a verse and the names of a buffalo herd are a poem”. Rocco Scotellaro XX CENTURY The poet and writer from Basilicata Rocco Scotellaro, in his investigation into the culture of the peasants of the South - Peasants of the South, says that the buffalo (the person dedicated to buffalo breeding) knew his buffaloes individually, as if they were "Christians". So much so that each of them gave a name. "Contessa", "Amorosa", "Cambiale", "Monacella", "‘ A malatia "," ‘Straw cup". Sometimes then the names turned into real maxims that arose from the behavior of the animals and from the close relationship they had with the buffalo.
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A unique tour of aromas, flavors and sweetness. From Avellino to Salerno through ancient hazelnut groves, perceiving the scents of chocolate and savoring the hazelnut coffee and much more ...
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Pizza tour will take you through the streets and alleys of the city of Naples where you can look at "the old Naples" and taste various types of pizza in the best pizzerias suggested by us of your choice: "Wagon wheel pizza" "Wallet pizza" "Fried pizza" Tour in the past ... from the present!
From EUR 250
Irpinia Irpinia is an ancient land. Hidden in the Apennines east of Naples, this small area was the territory of the Irpini, an ancient Samnite tribe. Named after the wolf who presumably led the tribe to this area, the history of Irpinia has long been linked to the cultivation of grapes, hazelnuts, chestnuts and black truffles. Although it is no longer legally known as Irpinia, the province of Avellino continues to use the image of the wolf to commemorate the prosperity it has given to this land. The renowned vines of Irpinia, Fiano di Avellino, Greco di Tufo and Taurasi, are as old as the earth, very fragrant, full-bodied and with a good structure. Vesuvius Tasting of Lacryma Christi and typical local products The wine, the cuisine and the territory: there is a thin thread that links the magic of this landscape at the foot of Vesuvius with its gastronomic traditions and above all with the passion for Lacryma Christi, the wine that comes from this land. A unique experience made of nature and emotions, taste and traditions of Vesuvius that begins with a walk through the vineyards admiring the view that embraces the Gulf of Naples, Sorrento and the island of Capri. We then move on to visit the cellars where we will introduce you to the production methods before starting the tasting of wines paired with the typical specialties of this little corner of paradise on the slopes of Vesuvius. Cilento Cross beautiful vineyards and taste the famous Cilento wine. Pair delicious Cilento wines such as Fiano Cilento DOP and Aglianico Cilento DOP with local cheeses and sausages. Amalfi coast Wine tourism on the Amalfi Coast: the unique flavor of a wine and the magic of an extreme territory. Native vines such as the white Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino, Falanghina, and the red Aglianico. Visit of the cellars and wine tasting Tasting of Lacryma Christi and typical local products Wine tourism on the Amalfi Coast: the unique flavor of a wine and the magic of an extreme territory. It seems certain that the Romans produced similar wines as early as 2000 years ago!
From EUR 325