STOP Overtourism! Each of us can make a difference

Of course, no first-time traveler to Italy to should avoid Rome, Florence, or Venice.

Our new collaborative approach puts travel professionals and travelers on center stage and sees them as major protagonists in the STOP Overtourism Movement – exploring together a different kind of Italian travel experience. Italy’s major cities can be seen off-season or at low- peak hours or for those who have already been – smaller Italian villages or islands can be explored.


Explore unknown places...

Leave your comfort zone at home and celebrate life!

New visitors to Italy who want to avoid crowds will want to explore unknown places... to live Alternative Cultural Adventures filled with awe and discovery...and will want to leave their comfort zone at home and celebrate life!®

Our itineraries for first-time-visitors to Italy include:

Some creative approaches to promoting the most popular Italian Hot-Spots (Rome, Florence, Venice, and Cinque Terre):

  • Travel off-season
  • Sunrise Adventures: visits to popular monuments at non-peak hours such as sunrise – when the lighting is magical and the “no-crowds” benefit gets even late sleepers on their feet.
  • Late Sleeper Adventures: for those who refuse to set alarms for sunrise tours and would never give up leisurely breakfasts – we are planning a new range of “after midnight” options.

MURANO Workshops and Private Tutorials

Our Glass Tourism Division is creating cultural exchanges and small group full immersion courses or private sessions on the island of Murano! No other travel company in the world can combine travel-educational opportunities with internationally acclaimed Murano Maestri (for more info write Lesley[at]