Where We Go2019-04-02T20:07:50+00:00

At Pranzo Tours, we only go to places that we know and where we have the first-hand experience that we can personally recommend for you. Our promise is to use local guides, drivers, and other services to give travelers the most authentic experiences possible. We have personally chosen select services for each customized tour in each of the following distinct regions of Italy. We travel to the following regions:

Rome and Lazio

Italy-Rome and Ostia AnticaWe have to start in the capital city with a majesty that always shines.   The best parts of Lazio to travel include the towns directly outside of the city, like Ostia Antica and Ostia Lido, or the costs to the north and south.  There also is a lovely area around Lake Bracciano.

Umbria and Tuscany

These two regions are easily accessible together and offer the great hilltowns of Italy.  Of course, there are Florence and Siena in Tuscany, the centers of art and culture for hundreds of years.  If you want the beauty but not the crowds, you can go to Assisi, Perugia or Orvieto close by in Umbria.

Piedmont and the Western Lakes

Italy - Piedmont RegionThe lands of wine and truffles are a wonderful choice that also offers cities that will surprise you, like Turin.  The easy access to the Milan airport makes it a must see when you land or leave from Milan.


Italy - Campania RegionThe Amalfi Coast, Sorrento and the islands of Capri and Ischia- Breathtaking views, ancient vineyards etched into the cliffs, amazing food, and Greek history everywhere are the hallmarks of this region.

Venice and the Veneto/Eastern Lakes

Italy - Venice RegionMagical Venice, Verona the City of Love, Lake Garda Valpolicella, and Palladian mansions are just some of the sites in this region that was the center of western commerce for centuries.  You will see influences from all over the world in the art, the architecture and the food.

Bologna and Emilia-Romagna

Italy - Bologna RegionThe region of Emilia-Romagna is known as “the breadbasket” of Italy and is considered by many as the gastronomic center of the country.  Bologna, one of the most underrated cities, is a vibrant college town in which you will want to eat your way from one end to the other.

Trieste and the Alto Adige

Italy - Trieste RegionYou won’t know if you are in Italy or Austria in the Alps of Italy.  If you like the mountains or Switzerland, you will love it here.

Puglia and Sicily

Italy - Pulglia and Sicily RegionIf you want the beach instead, these are the areas for you with their Spanish, Moorish, Roman, Greek, Turkish and African influences. Experience the best of the healthy Mediterranean diet and relax at the heel of Italy……or on the island of Sicily.