Together in Tuscany and Umbria


  • by Jim Defabaugh on Together in Tuscany & Umbria

    My family and I really, really enjoyed our recent stay at Casa Ombretta the last week in March. I wanted to thank the Together in Tuscany team for your fantastic service and hospitality--you made everything so easy. The home was spotless, and you provided everything we needed for a wonderful experience in a truly magical home. I also wanted to personally thank the owners of Casa Ombretta, who were kind enough to meet us at the house when we arrived. Not only did they go through the basics... view more

  • by Susan Anderson on Together in Tuscany & Umbria

    Thank you for helping make our time in Cortona so wonderful. It was an amazing and special trip for our family and we have come away with so many great memories!! I wanted you both to know how much we all enjoyed the tour guides you set up for us. Janet, who lead us on the wine tours in Montepulciano, was so much fun and so knowledgeable. We loved the little town and our lunch that day was delicious! Marco, who took us through Florence, was also lots of fun and taught us so much about... view more

  • by Robert Beecher on Together in Tuscany & Umbria

    There were 12 of us Americans arriving together from Florence and renting two houses (different owners) in Cortona. For months ahead we pestered the ladies with questions about the houses, Cortona, trains, cars, tours, etc., which they promptly answered. They dealt with car problems which left four of us stranded in the countryside one evening, and the unexpected departure of a couple due to a family emergency. Arrangements for our different departure times and trains were perfect. This is an outfit... view more

  • by Terry Casto on Together in Tuscany & Umbria

    Our week in Tuscany was our first visit to the region and it did not disappoint. Denyse, Giula and Chiara did everything and more to make our visit a success. Travel directions were explicit, checking in was well-organized as was the checkout process. Cortona is a charming town with lots of shops and restaurants, plus a convent and a fortress! It was amazing to be in a town built on 2000 year old Estruscan ruins.