Walk into a Postcard
a snapshot of some of our best travel experiences . . .
Red Cow Parmigiano Reggiano DOP. Cheese factory and dairy farm near Reggio Emilia.
Hotel Arthur near Maranello for the ultimate drive.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located in the breathtakingly beautiful Val d'Orcia (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Pienza overlooks Monte Amita, the highest mountain in Tuscany with volcanic origins that go back millions of years.
Once protected by the Venetian Republic, Portogruaro continues to retain the charm of a favored child. The canals, medieval arcades and stone bridges remind you of a miniature version of Venice.
San Giovanni d'Asso in Tuscany.
Tenuta di Capezzana, Carmignano NW of Florence.
Breakfast at Lodole Country House in the Bolognese Hills.
Terrace at Castello di Bibbione near San Casciano in Val di Pesa Tuscany. In 1511 Niccolò Machiavelli bought Castello di Bibbione, using it as a hunting residence and it was in the family's possession until the 18th century.