A special weekend for groups of friends along the traces of the Grand Tour.
A special weekend for groups of friends along the traces of the Grand Tour. Between the second half of the ‘700 to the first years of the ‘900, the area around Albano-Ariccia-Lago di Nemi was considered a halting place for all artists, painters, musicians, travelling through Italy (from Charles-Louis Montesquieu to Wolfgang Goethe, form Cornelia Knight to Henry James, from Claude Lorrain to Claude Joseph Vernet, from Thomas Jones to William Turner).
Through images and texts in the original languages, our guests will relive sensations, admire views, and revive the experiences of those tourists of the past, but not only… In addition to guided tours to the most significant places of the area, the program includes two Italian cooking lessons held by Flavia Pantaleo, internationally famous chef, and two evening talks, given by art historians and experts, in the language chosen by the group (Italian, English, French, German, Russian, Portugese, Italian Sign Language, American Sign Language). These lectures will help to prepare our guests for the visits to be held the following day.