Prosecco & Tiramisu Dream
Prosecco bubbles, the sweetness of tiramisu, the beautiful Valdobbiadene hills and the elegance of Treviso and Venice, will be the ingredients of this exciting escape. Your tour leader will guide you through this wonders in and experience that will be “delicious” and fun at the same time.
Age: Min 12
In the rare event the minimum number is not reached, and only if the tour is cancelled by LocalWonders Travel, you can opt for one of the following options:
– chose a new departure at no additional cost
– have the tour turned into a private tailor-made tour (itinerary or price modifications might occur)
– the amount paid can be fully refund.
LocalWonders Travel can decide to run the tour even if the minimum number is not reached. In this case the traveller cannot ask for a refund or to turn the tour into a tailor-made tour.
What makes this tour a unique experience?
- You’ll stay in Treviso, beautiful and elegant town away from the tourists crowds
- You’ll taste a supreme quality Prosecco and admire the Valdobbiadene hills.
- You’ll learn the make tiramisu in the area where it was invented.
- You’ll enjoy an easy and lovely bike ride
- You’ll experience a local inns walk in Venice, where you will eat and drinks in the small inns where locals go
- You’ll indulge in a supreme-quality accommodation
All of our LocalWonders Travel tours include a passionate expert local leader who will become your “local friend”, opening up for you the most authentic side of Italy. Our local leaders are professional and knowledgeable and take pride in providing hassle-free experiences for our guests.
Is this the tour I want?
Though the main activities on this adventure involve food and wine, there will be also an exciting and easy bike ride. The day spent in Venice will involve lots of walk in the town. Travelers with limited mobility should also note that, as is common throughout Italy, there may be some stairs to climb.
Single travelers will stay in an ensuite twin room shared with a fellow traveler of the same sex. However, if you’d prefer a single room to enjoy during your trip, you can do so by purchasing a Single Supplement— your own room, your own way.
Our expert local professionals aim to provide an informal, friendly style while upholding our professional and high-quality standards. If an authentic but top-quality experience is what you’re after, you’re in safe hands with us.
Joining and finishing point
Hotel Il Focolare or similar
Piazza Giannino Ancillotto 4
31100 Treviso – Italy
+39 0422 566 01
How to get to your hotel
To/From Treviso Canova airport you can reach Treviso center by airport shuttle. There is a shuttle departing Treviso airport every 30 minutes from 6.40 am to 10.10 pm. The cost of a single ticket is 3.50 euros. This airport shuttle will reach Treviso railway station from where you can take a taxi to your hotel.
You can find all the necessary information visiting the website mobilitadimarca.it
To/From Venice Marco Polo airport you can reach Treviso center by airport shuttle. There are several departures per day. The cost of a single ticket is 3.50 euros. This airport shuttle will reach Treviso railway station from where you can take a taxi to your hotel.
You can find all the necessary information visiting the website atvo.it
Note on Taxi
Taxis in Italy are generally white cars with the word TAXI written on the top. At airports and train stations, they are parked at Taxi Stations right outside the building. For your own safety, do not take unauthorized “taxis”.
Carefully read the cancellation policy in section 11 of the Terms&Conditions before booking.
Accommodation and Single Supplement
Accommodations on our tours include a double or twin room with en-suite bathroom for our guests. Single travellers are matched with a fellow traveller of the same sex to share a room. If you’d prefer a single room to enjoy during your tour, you can purchase a “single supplement” (your own room) for 189 euros.
Note: We do our best to book your single room in the same hotel as the rest of our group; however, on the rare occasion that space is not available at that hotel, you will be booked into a different hotel of the same or higher class located within walking distance from where we’re staying.
Occasional alternative accommodation: on rare occasions, it might happen that we have to make a change to the hotel reservation or split the group between two different hotels. Please be assured that in all cases we book in replacement rooms at hotels of the same or higher caliber. Those new hotels will adhere to the same strict quality criteria we always use.
Daily City Tax: depending on the hotel and the city, sometimes there’s a city tax added to a room charge (between 1 and 10 Euros per person per night). Our tour costs include this City Tax – no additional charge
Extra Nights: should you wish to add extra nights to your stay here in Italy, either before your LocalWonders tour begins or after your tour has ended, we can help to make those arrangements. Simply select “additional accommodation” when filling in your Booking Form and we’ll be in touch to finalize the details.
We want our guests to have a truly care-free experience on our tours, and safety and comfort are our main focus. In that sentiment, travel insurance is compulsory for all our tours and we require our guests to have travel insurance medical and repatriation coverage with a liability limit greater than 200,000€ (or corresponding currency in your country of origin).
Further, while not compulsory, we also highly recommend that our guests’ insurance also covers cancellation, damages against third parties, property and people, as well as damages stemming from any trip-related events (loss of luggage and personal effects, theft, physical harm or delay).
Need help? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the LocalWonders team at any time. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about our insurance policy and, while we don’t sell insurance, we can suggest a variety of good travel insurance providers should you need.
Passport and Visa
Non European Union citizens are required to bring along a passport with an at least 6-month validity from the date of entry in Italy and – depending on nationality – travel visas. For more information on visas, please check on the following link of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. If you’re not sure about the documentation that you’ll need for your trip, we highly recommend contacting the Italian Embassy or Consular Offices nearest to you for further information. LocalWonders Travel tour participants are responsible for having required travel documentation (see Section 17 of our Terms&Conditions). LocalWonders Travel cannot assist you in getting the passport or visa required to travel to Italy.
Though in other countries might be different, in Italy for safety reason, at your arrival at the hotel, your passport will be required by the receptionist for the check-in and the registration procedure.
Professional Liability Insurance
LocalWonders Travel carries Professional Liability Insurance as well as Tour Operator’s Insolvency Insurance (required by European law). For more information see our Terms & Conditions.
None of these cover cancellation or passenger’s medical and repatriation insurance.
On this tour we will travel both by private transfer with a driver and local train.
Please read the itinerary and tour notes carefully to see whether or not this tour is right for you. Though no specific training is required for this tour, all of our guests need to be in good physical health. In order to ensure the safety of all of our guests, those with certain medical conditions or limitations might not be able to join parts of our tour.
As concerns vaccinations, please contact your personal doctor.
Cultural Heritage and Stairs
In a country like Italy of such rich heritage, there are many amazing buildings and structures to explore. To do so, there is some stair-climbing involved.
When moving as a group and – especially – when traveling by train, timeliness is extremely important. In order to ensure that all of our guests are able to enjoy each of the activities planned for this tour, we ask that everyone makes sure to be on time. Should one of our group members be late on the day of departure from the hotel and therefore expose the group to risk of missing the train or the transfer, the tour leader and the rest of the group will go ahead without them. (Of course, that group member will be encouraged to join us again later but will have to cover any associated expenses.)
The following activities and behaviours are strictly forbidden during our tours:
- Use or possession of illegal substances or drugs (including marijuana)
- Exploitation of prostitution
- Any form of discrimination or verbal and physical violence towards anyone, including other group members, the tour leader, and hotel personnel
Failure to follow these rules shall lead to direct dismissal from the tour with no right to any refund whatsoever.
A professional LocalWonders Travel tour leader/director will accompany you on your trip. The tour director will plan trip details and logistics taking all of the hassle and worry out of organizing travel (from trains, tickets, restaurant recommendations, reservations and tips for how to make the most of your free time). Your tour director will be your trusted point of reference throughout the entire trip, making sure that everything goes smoothly.
The tour director will provide authenticity and fun introducing you to the authentic side of Italy, providing interesting (and entertaining) information about the places you are visiting and showing you the best spots, usually only discovered by the locals (including favourite local restaurants).
During “free time”, the tour director is not compelled to join the group; however he will always be available in case of need.
Note: In Europe there is a difference between TOUR DIRECTOR and TOUR GUIDE. If you’re looking for an in-depth introduction to Italy history or art (like a guided museum visit, city tour, or similar), your tour director will be happy to help you to find a skilled and certified tour guide.
Italy is a very safe country, so long as common sense is used. In busy places like train, bus and metro stations pick-pocketing may be an issue, but following some simple rules will help to ensure you don’t lose your valuables:
- Never leave your belongings unattended
- Keep your documents and money in a neck wallet or money belt
- Keep your purse or daily pack in front of you when traveling by train and bus
- Do not accept help with your luggage by anyone not wearing a uniform
We don’t have baggage restriction and on this and tour we will travel by private transfer with a driver. Our guests comfortably use a variety of luggage types, including backpacks, suitcases, duffle bags and trolleys.
Do not forget:
– Travel documents: passport, visa (if required), travel insurance, tour notes
– Photocopy of main passport pages, visa and travel insurance
– Money belt
– Personal medications/prescriptions and a small travel first aid kit
– Comfortable and good walking shoes (better if with non-slip soles)
– Small day-pack for daily excursions
– Electrical adapter plug (see below for electrical outlets information)
– Sunscreen (summers can be very hot, even more than 30° C)
– Sunhat and Sunglasses
– A shawl (in churches exposed shoulders and arms are not permitted)
– Clothes and personal effects as you prefer (evening attire not required on our evenings out)
– Attire in case of rain and wind (i.e. a folded and lightweight poncho with a hood)
– A lightweight sweater in case of chilly evenings
– A warm sweater and a jacket if travelling from late October to April
General Useful Information
Electrical Outlets: in Italy electrical current is 220-230 volts at 50 hertz. Italy uses a round, 2-prong plug, type C or F.
Italy Country Code for international calls: the country code for Italy is 39. When calling Italy from abroad dial +39 followed by the area code and the phone number you desire to call. Alternatively, you can replace the + with the National Exit Code of the country from where you are calling.
Italy’s climate varies based on season and location. Italy has got hot summers and cold winters, with the southern areas of the country experiencing milder winters and hotter summers. Italy has got four seasons, winter (21 December – 20 March), spring (21 March – 20 June), summer (21 June-20 September) and autumn (21 September – 20 December). Winter is generally cold and rainy (average temperature in the northern areas 0-6°C and 10-14 °C in the southern areas), spring and autumn are mild and dry (average temperature in the northern areas 13-20°C and 15-20°C in the southern areas) and summer is hot and generally without rain (average temperature in the northern areas 20-23°C and 22-27°C in the southern areas). For more information check The Climate in Italy.
Currency and Budget
The Euro is the official currency in Italy. There will be ATMs in almost all the places we visit.
Your tour with LocalWonders Travel includes transportation and activities as per itinerary, several meals, and accommodation. It does not include tips/gratuities, additional meals, attractions, or personal expenses. For the meals not included on this tour, we suggest budgeting a daily amount, and while that will vary for everyone, 30-40 euros per day is considered a reasonable amount.
Should you wish to tip for excellent and professional service, you should feel welcome (though not required).Tips are not compulsory in Italy (as they are in other parts of the world) though they are becoming more common and they can be significant for the people who have taken care of you during the tour. Here are a few guidelines:
Tour director: 4-6 euros per person per day
Local guides: 1-3 euros per person
Restaurant 1-2 euros per person (or 10% of the service in case of high class restaurant)
Hotel porters (if present) 1-2 euros per person
Please feel free to tip higher, lower or not tip at all depending on your judgement on the service and what you deem right.
Day 1: Arrival day
Benvenuti in Italia! Welcome to Italy! Your tour starts at 6:00 pm with a Welcome Meeting where you’ll meet your local leader and fellow travelers. (Upon arrival at the hotel you’ll find a note telling you where this welcome meeting will take place.) Following the meeting, you’ll discovery one of Italy’s most famous wonders – the food! The group will enjoy a special welcome dinner at a local restaurant where you will dine like the Venetians do.
– Meal: dinner
– Daily city Tax
Accommodation: Hotel Il Focolare or similar
Day 2: Bike, tiramisu and prosecco
Start the morning following your tour leader on a fun bike ride along the Sile, the river that flows in Treviso. It will be an easy bike ride with plenty of picturesque spot where you can stop for a break or a picture. At the end of the bike ride we will indulge in a sweet break: Treviso is the place where the famous tiramisu was invented, and we will enjoy a tiramisu tasting in one of the best place in town. After some time at your leisure for lunch you will join your tour leader again and on board of an air-conditioned minivan you will travel to the Valdobbiadene countryside for visiting a prestigious local winery and tasting prosecco, the dry white sparkling wine Italians love. Please do not call it Champaign: Italians are very proud of their wine.
– Bike ride
– Tiramisu tasting
– Transfer on a private car with driver to winery and back
– Winery visit and wine tasting
– Daily city tax
– Meal: breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Il Focolare or similar
Day 3: Venezia and cicchetti tour
Board a regional train to reach Venice, a unique marvel just 30 minutes away. Venice is like a dream where little alleys and canals form a fascinating maze in the lagoon and the elegance of centuries-old palaces is mirrored in the water. Today you will see that in Venice, the aroma of good food and wine, together with the sound of laughter from the bacari (local inns), create a multi-sensory experience you’ll never forget. Your tour leader will lead you on a fun like a local walk of Venice, where, besides stopping in the main sights and discovering some beautiful less known gems, you will taste cicchetti, the typical Venice finger-food and some Venice typical drinks. You’ll explore picturesque and hidden alleyways and eat in the bacari where the locals go. The rest of the day will be at your leisure and you will go back to Treviso in the late afternoon for enjoying the farewell dinner.
– Reginal train from Treviso to Venice and back
– Like a local walk lead by your tour director
– Cicchetti and local drink tasting
– Meal: breakfast, dinner
– Daily city tax
Accommodation: Hotel Il Focolare or similar
Day 4: Departure Day
You tour has come to the end. We hope you’ll take home amazing memories. There are no activities planned for today. You can ask your tour leader information on the best way for reaching your departure airport.
– Meal: breakfast
What is included?
- The assistance of a professional local leader for the entire trip
- Accommodation in a top-quality hotel
- Bike ride along Sile river
- Prosecco winery visit and wine tasting
- Venice local inns walk (cicchetti tour) and local products tasting
- Several meals: 3 breakfasts, 2 dinners
- An extra-small group (of 10 guests max.)
The following items are not included in the tour cost:
- Single Supplement” (but you can add this!)
- Anything that is not specified to be included