Florence: Tour of Florence, Rome and The Italian Countryside

30 settembre 2017 presso Florence, Italy a Florence.

Professional artists Father Bruno Segatta and Elida Field are leading an artistic tour of Florence, Rome, and the Italian Countryside.

The tour starts in Florence where you will enjoy all that Tuscany has to offer – culture, art, history, architecture, and incredible food. Imagine yourself basking in the Tuscan sun, gazing over the rolling hills of vineyards with a glass of wine in one hand and a paintbrush in the other.

Next, we are off to relax in the Italian countryside. Our first stop is the picturesque hilltop town of Assisi where you will revel in the deep history at the Basillicas and paint the picturesque views below. Then, we visit Cagli, a well-kept secret that is absolutely overflowing with art and history. In this gorgeous little town, Father Bruno and Elida will introduce you to some amazing art, food, and people. This is a truly lovely stop on our trip.

Our next stop is Rome, where you will visit famous tourist destinations as well as the quiet out-of-the way locations known only to the locals. You will sketch, paint, eat, and drink your way through this incredible city.

AWW tours are boutique-style tours designed for small groups of people. We aren’t fond of the loudspeakers, or headsets you must wear with large tours. We believe the best way to experience Italy is like family…so sharing a bottle of wine at sunset, rolling out pasta dough for dinner, or painting on the veranda is what we do!

Father Bruno is a master tour guide bringing over 25 years of traveling and guiding experience! Having grown up in Italy, Fr. Bruno has a gift for knowing the locals and secret places to see in every town. In addition to being a world-class tour guide, Fr. Bruno is also a legendary artist and seasoned art instructor.

Elida Field is the owner of Elida Art Studio and Gallery, creator of Art-Women-Wine, and TV personality for AM Northwest. She is an accomplished artist and art instructor as well as a fantastic tour facilitator. She knows what travelers need and want and she makes sure that the details are handled so you can enjoy the best of traveling and touring without the stress!

September 30 – October 7, 2017

Join us also from September 23 – 30 for the first Art~Women~Wine Italy tour through Venice, Cinque Terre, and Florence! If you sign up for both tours, we will give you a discount of $250 off of your second tour!

Florence, Assisi, Cagli, and Rome

Adults who are interested in art, food, and fun in Italy with Father Bruno and Elida Field. Not an artist? Not a problem! There are plenty of alternate activities to enjoy and if you decide to give art a try, you will have the best instructors available to you! Every day is full of new adventures, great food, and fun. This is not your typical tour where you are in a mob of people trying to mark off your checklist of things to see. Art~Women~Wine tours are intimate groups where you may hear Elida say, “Follow that priest, we are going to a friend’s for Lemoncello!”

~ 8 days and 7 nights in Florence,
Assisi, Cagli, & Rome
~ Accommodations (double
~ All breakfasts and dinners
(drinks are separate)
~ All transportation between
~ Museums and walking tours
~ Italian cooking classes
~ Painting instruction & materials
~ Sharpie sketching lessons
~ Priceless time touring with
Father Bruno and Elida Field

A deposit of $500 is due by June 1st, 2017 and the remaining balance is due by July 15th, 2017. All payments are nonrefundable unless the minimum number of travelers (6) is not met. We have space for 25 travelers on this tour and we expect it will sell out quickly, so don’t wait to register!

Travelers are responsible for airfare, lunches, and all incidentals.

For questions or to register, contact Rachel at awwtours@gmail.com.


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