Tuscany and Umbria are home to charming medieval towns and quaint, picturesque scenery. Combine that with an exploration of Tuscany's signature Brunello wines and Umbria's savory truffles, and you'll get a glimpse—through Jimmy's eyes—of how multi-sensory Italy can be.
When Tour Consultant Kyle P. returned from his first Go Ahead tour, A Taste of Tuscany & Umbria, "gluttony" was the word he used to describe his experience of eating his way through Italy. Yet, it wasn't the food photos that caught our eye but the images of the quiet moments on tour and the smaller details that tell a larger story.
Bruschetta is a typical Italian antipasto with origins that can be traced back to the 15th century. Our Group Coordinators on the Taste of Tuscany & Umbria Convention Tour recently tried their hands at creating this tasty version, which features grilled bell peppers in place of the customary tomatoes. Buon appetito! – 1 red bell pepper – 1 yellow bell pepper – 1 clove of garlic, crushed –