Connect with locals, enjoy regional cuisine in family-owned trattorias, stay in high-end boutique hotels, and explore the country in luxury vehicles with a private driver and expert guide. Choose from our stress-free tours limited to only 6-12 travelers or build your own custom journey with our ByDesign team.
We are a high-end boutique travel specialist headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida and have external offices in Charlotte, North Carolina & Rome, Italy. Started in 2004, owner & founder Nada Vergili developed a revolutionary way of travel in Europe with a concentration on Italy. If you have a passion for travel and enjoy a fast paced work environment with great growth potential we would love to hear from you. Send your cover letter & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org today and we will talk with you soon!
Amazing food, world-class wine, vibrant local culture, family traditions, timeless history, priceless artwork, breath-taking landscapes.
All these things can be found and experienced in one remarkable country: Italy.
Nada’s Italy Tours is a boutique travel company that focuses on creating experiences that connect people.
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Planning to trip to Italy can be as exciting as it is daunting, considering how much there is to see and experience. During this free workshop, you'll receive no-fuss insider information from the pros you can have a completely stress-free trip. We have amazing Saturday events from 4pm to 6pm in Delray Beach Boutique and monthly events in our Charlotte office every third Thursday from 5pm to 7pm.
"BUT ... WE REALLY WANTED TO GO!" I hear you. Yes, I know you waited months, even years for this ... told your friends and family how excited you were, started counting down the days ... began thinking about what you were going to wear ... maybe even picked up a new suitcase. You were ready to go. But then… the unthinkable happened. An unknown virus took over our lives, our jobs, our family, and our very basic freedom to choose as a society. The World has officially stopped.
Written By: Jesse FellAs we turn to spending our days at home, many of us are left with an empty hole in our hearts where our beloved happy hour once resided. For most Italians under lockdown, that empty void is Aperitivo-shaped! Despite being homebound, I hope you enjoy these tips to creating a simple yet authentic Aperitif at home (while you dream of Italy). Trust me, it's easier than you might think. Aperitivo in Italy is a ritual at the end of a long day, a time to catch up with friends or colleagues over a drink and a chat before heading home for dinner. The word aperitif refers to opening one's appetite, and for this reason most of the classic cocktails feature an "amaro ", or bitter liqueur or a dry, sparkling prosecco.
In our last workshop, our lovely group has "visited" the beautiful land of Puglia , a charming southern region which features some of the most ancient examples of civilization in Europe. Would you believe that Puglia is a land even rich with Dolmen and Menhir(smoothed stones, horizontal and vertical, typical of religious architecture during the Bronze Age, generally associated with North of Europe)? It is also a territory that hosted many earliest Italic tribes (like the Peucetian, the Daunian, the Messapian) and welcomed ancient colonials, from the Greeks, the Phoenicians to the tribes of nowadays Croatia. If I should appear Puglia to something, it would be a bridge, a long one which connected many cultures, from the East to the West. And, like in Sicily, this incredible achievement, this intense human journey, is notable in the humble and yet rich " Apulian cuisine ".
"One day fear knocked on the door. Courage rose and went to open, and saw there was no one there.” - Martin Luther King Jr. All over the world today, people are almost exclusively talking about the Covid-19 (aka Coronavirus) and Italy is right smack in the center of the attention.