Dream Holiday in Italy starts with breakfast at the Vatican

by Wednesday, February 28, 2018

In this episode of Journeys to Come, Catriona Rowntree discovers how to arrange an Italian dream holiday. Her guide: luxury concierge Filippo Curinga, the owner of Italian Dream Incorporated.

Covering Italy and France, Filippo shares stories of breakfast at The Vatican and a private tour of Venice’s Basilica with Annie Lennox.

Tune in for tips to create your dream holiday and discover why he says: “Travel is something you absorb … nobody can steal it from you”.

Journeys to Come is a podcast about travel hosted by Australia’s Queen of Travel Catriona Rowntree. Each week we share memories from recent trips and talk about upcoming adventures.

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The key to your dream holiday – Italian Dream Incorporated

Italian Dream Incorporated (I.D.I.) is a luxury concierge service based in Italy. They offer tailor made tours specifically designed to fulfil the needs and interests of each traveller throughout Italy and France.

Avoid the queues and book a private guide to the best sites in Italy. Enjoy an exclusive viewing of The Vatican with breakfast, experience the Sistine Chapel at night, take your children to the Gladiator School or pizza making, I.D.I. can organise it all! From a simple car or boat transfer, a private shore excursion, a half day tour to a full exclusive itinerary or multigenerational experience, I.D.I. has the knowledge and expertise to make your stay in Italy a memorable experience.

Their most popular guided tours include: The Vatican Pass, a helicopter tour over Venice, a Grand Canal cruise, wine tasting in the Chianti region, a cooking class in Florence, Milan’s highlights and a visit to The Last Supper, tours throughout the Italian Riviera and day trips to Pompeii… but the list is endless.

I.D.I. is now in France where they can inspire you with a cooking class in Avignon, a bike tour in Paris, a perfume making workshop in Grasse or a wine tour in Saint Jeannet. Whatever your needs and interests, I.D.I. France is sure to have the answer.