My wife and I are planning a trip to Italy this summer and are really not sure what to do! We really would love a food & wine expereince somewhere that is a little off the beaten path. We are thinking around 10-14 days depending. We are looking for real "touristy" places. Just amazing food & wine that requires no driving by us...and hopefully where the language will not be of major concern. We only speak English...
We just love great food & wine and want a trip that we can soak in one area for all it has for that perdiod of time.
Some areas we've thought of for possibilities are Bologna and Piedmote...
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