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September 26, 2014 in Culinary Italy Recipes / (0) comments

Sep26
Cantucci

Learning about the local culinary traditions of a destination is one of the focal points of any VBT vacation. Each tour includes most meals as well as either cooking classes, demonstrations or tastings designed to give you more insight into native cuisine. One such cooking class is offered on our Tuscany by the Sea biking tour where travelers get to… Read More

September 22, 2014 in Italy Traveler Reviews / (0) comments

Sep22
TB Review

Italy is one of the most desired countries to visit in the world, and with good reason. The stunning beauty, the delectable cuisine, the rich history, the art and architecture, and the friendly people all make it a traveler’s dream destination. In 2015, VBT is offering 12 biking and walking vacations throughout the country from Tuscany to Puglia to Sicily… Read More

September 19, 2014 in Peru / (0) comments

Sep19
Terry

There are a variety of ways that travelers can approach the awe-inspiring ruins of the Incan city of Machu Picchu. The most popular—and most rewarding—is ascending to the famed site via walking the Inca trail, which culminates at Inti Punku or “Sun gate,” which was the original entrance to the “Lost City.” Once you’ve arrived, you’ll be taken aback by… Read More

September 05, 2014 in Italy / (0) comments

Sep05
VBT Group at Pompeii

Italy is a country full of ancient history, unique cultures, world-class cuisine and diverse landscapes ranging from rolling hills dotted with sprawling vineyards to the serene shores of the Mediterranean to the jagged peaks of the Dolomites—and VBT covers it all. With 8 biking tours and 3 walking tours in locales ranging the Alps to its famed “boot”, there are… Read More

August 30, 2014 in Italy / (0) comments

Aug30
Tuscan Agristurismo

The Maremma region, located in Tuscany’s southwest corner, is a wonderful place to visit and explore its preserved Etruscan traditions, rugged mineral-rich hills, 400 miles of picturesque coastline and booming agri-tourism industry. In Etruscan times, the naturally marshy lands were drained by underground canals in order to make use of its nutrient-rich coastal plains and by the early 20th century… Read More

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