Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Discover the beauty of the Prosecco hills

Prosecco is one of the most popular wine styles in the world - and it is also one of the most beautiful wine regions on the planet.

 
It is a place where vineyards cling to the sides of rolling hills and quaint medieval villages. It remains one of Italy’s undiscovered secrets despite the fame of its wines and its easy access from Venice or Treviso.

Adventure travel company Exodus Travels has just unveiled its newest tour, the Prosecco Hills Long Weekend; a four-day walking and cultural experience in the heart of Prosecco country.

Designed for those looking for a short guided experience through the winemaking region while already exploring Italy, the tour includes two of the best walks throughout the newly crowned UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Prosecco Hills loop and the Villa Barbaro to Asolo walk.

Exodus Travels Australasia Territory Manager, Louisa Day said this length of tour was perfect for those interested in experiencing a group tour for the very first time or adding to their Italian itinerary while travelling abroad.

“We often have people wanting to experience a guided group tour but who would prefer to try a shorter tour than opting for a longer one right from the get go," Day said. "This experience is perfect for those who are already in Italy and are looking to explore this extraordinary region over four days.”

The new tour combines the best of walking, sightseeing, visiting local wineries, plenty of prosecco tasting and an introduction to local cuisine.

Starting in Pieve di Soligo, the tour includes accommodation at four-star family-run Hotel Conta, a selection of meals throughout the trip and a local guide. 

The Prosecco Hills Long Weekend starts from from $1449 for four days. 

Visit www.exodustravels.com for more information. 

Book before October 18 and save 10% on all trips departing between then and the end of 2020. 

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