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Prosecco Tour Italy with local guide/driver
Every journey is unique: in “Bollicine Experience” tours people and stories merge together in an ever changing way.
Our name itself encompasses the intention and soul of our activity: a sparkling bubbly experience among the Prosecco vineyards which like green waves, draw the soft shapes of the hills in the worldwide known Prosecco Route
You will not be simply “ our guest”: you will be ONE OF US!
Among wine cellars and restaurants, vineyards and breath taking views we will be proud to introduce you to our excellences, made with love every day.
The beauty of our region will be on your mind forever and sipping a good glass of Prosecco DOCG you will live again the emotions that have lived along your journey
From Prosecco Vineyards to Antonio Canova
It’s only an hour away from Venice, in a strategic position right in the heart of Veneto region!
Only one hour away from al the cities of art, and two hour from Garda lake and the Dolomites
Nowhere else in the world will you find so many peculiarities concentrated in only one land:
- Wine: Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, Pinot Nero, Chardonnay
- Gastronomy: all the excellences of our territory: Radicchio di Treviso ( specie of red chicory), local cold cuts, dairy products directly from shepherd huts, asparagus, cherries, strawberries, mushrooms, chestnuts and much more
- Art: Venetian Villas, Old Sanctuaries, Churches, Museums
- History and Nature: Piave, protected oasis and the remaining of the First World War
Home to famous artists who lived here such as Hemingway, Antonio Canova, Carlo Scarpa, Andrea Palladio, Eleonora Duse.
YOU will be the protagonist and the witness of all our stories, to be listened, lived, told.
Our tours start from Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto or viceversa, with Valdobbiadene as starting point.
In addition, we can give you the chance to take a guided tour of the historic centre of Conegliano. Also known as the “ Pearl of Veneto”.
Each proposed tour can be extended with a walk in Contrada Grande among the noble palaces and the frescoes of the Duomo( quoted separately and upon request)