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Italy with coffee aroma

  • Тип Тура - Gourmet Tours - Coffee Lovers
  • Место проведения - Italy, Trieste
  • Продолжительность - 7 дней/ 6 ночей
  • Доступен на языках - EN / IT / RU
  • Стоимость Тура -

Highlights Includes:

  • Visit to Milan, Venice, island Murano, Trieste - capital of Italian coffee
  • Visit to most famous and oldest coffee bars in Italy
  • Master class of Venice mask festival
  • Visit to the Coffee Machine Museum
  • Visit to the Glass Museum, demonstrations and practicing of the different types of glass- working
  • "Visit to factory ILLY café, special course in coffee preparation "
  • "For request visit to : Teatro la Scala in Milan or Teatro lirico Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste "
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  DAY 1
 
Arrival in Milan.
Dinner in Trattoria Arlati.
It's was founded in the '30s when Luigi (""Luisin"") and Modesta Arlati decide to make a qualitative leap and to leave their job in Pirelli for undertake a new business. At the time the place was located on the corner of Viale Sarca and Via San Glicerio. There they started a new job, Luigi in restaurant room and Modesta in the kitchen.
Overnight at the hotel.
 
  DAY 2
 
Breakfast at the hotel.
Guided tour of Milan .
Visit to the Coffee Machine Museum .
The Coffee Machine Museum – or Mumac, which stands for “Museo della Macchina per Caffè” – opened in 2012 in Binasco (Milan), on the centennial of the foundation of Cimbali. The historic company’s anniversary picked up where another had just left off, as the one-hundred-and-fifty years of Italy’s Unification were celebrated throughout 2011. A coincidence that serendipitously points to the great love for coffee that many of the protagonists of the Italian Risorgimento shared. Giuseppe Verdi considered coffee “a balm to the heart and spirit”; Giuseppe Garibaldi, while in Brazil, met his future wife Anita at a friend’s house where he had been invited for coffee. In Binasco, behind the metal slats of the sinuous façade designed by Paolo Balzanelli and Valerio Cometti, is the company’s original headquarters, renovated and improved over time. Inside, the Maltoni Collection – one of the greatest coffee machine collections in the world – tells a beautiful story of Italian creativity. The exhibition ranges from a 1901 columnar device to the invention of the lever after the Second World War, from designer models from the 1960s-1980s to today’s globalized products, and offers visitors a welcome synesthetic experience.
Lunch at typical restaurant
Shopping
Trasfert to Venice
Overnight at the hotel
 
  DAY 3
 
Breakfast at the hotel
Guided tour of Venice
Mini course for decoration of two paier-mache mask 
2 hours Masks to be decorated: 2 per person, chosen from 45 different models, all hand-made out of papier-mâché Decoration techniques used: 8 different techniques to choose from, including the chance to add feathers and sequins to finish off the mask.
Objectives: • To explain the ancient technique of making a Venetian papier-mâché mask • To provide important historical information on the use of masks in Venice during past centuries.
To freely decorate two papier-mâché masks with  expert guidance in one of the oldest mask workshops in the city on the lagoon – you may feel compelled to use the same salutation. Masks here are made according to Venice’s authentic craftsmanship tradition (which most experts agree began in the Late Middle Ages, around the 13th century), yet express unbridled creativity in their free, innovative interpretation of the world-renowned skills that ‘mascareri’ have passed on generation after generation. Their beauty could not go unnoticed: masks made in this place were used by Stanley Kubrick in his “Eyes Wide Shut”, and some were made exclusively for some shows at the Wiener Staatsoper, the most important opera theater in Wien.
Lunch at typical resataurant
Shopping in Bottega del Profumo
Aperetif in Florian Café Caffè
Florian opened in Saint Mark’s square, in Venice, in 1720, and to this day remains one of the icons of the city on the water. The great square has always been a special place for the cosmopolitan crowd to relax. Between 1683 and the middle of the following century, 206 new haunts opened here, and many were called ‘caffè’ or ‘botteghe da acque’ (“water shops”) – serving lemonade, hard ice cream, zabaglione and sweets, sorbets and chocolate. And, of course, the dark beverage that had been imported from Constantinople in the end of the 16th century, and which was so fashionable in the Florian’s times that Carlo Goldoni remarked: “Everyone tries to do what everyone else is doing. Where aquavit used to flow, now coffee is in style.” Floreano Francesconi had given his coffee house a bombastic name, “Triumphant Venice”. But Venetians were aloof to that exaggerated claim, ad started to call the place by its owner’s name, pronounced in the local dialect: “Floriàn”. Stendhal, Foscolo, Lord Byron, and Balzac – to mention but a few – sat in the frescoed parlors of the famed rendezvous, at the while marble tables. And so did Richard Wagner, who died in Venice, the city “beyond the fancy of the wildest dreamer”, as Charles Dickens, another loyal patron of the Florian, wrote. Famous men, intellectuals, even geniuses perhaps, loved the place where – in the words of Venetian poet Attilio Sarfatti – “as time cheerfully goes on / we work hard so that we may do nothing”.
Dinner in Cipriani Harry's bar.
Overnight at the hotel Founded in 1931 by Giuseppe Cipriani, Harry’s Bar is very well known in Venice. Born on Calle Vallaresso 1323, the place was a bar and restaurant, and achieved immediate success, especially among intellectuals and aristocrats at that time lived or frequented Venice. Among the celebrities who are sitting at their tables Arturo Toscanini, Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles and Peggy Guggenheim. But the bar during the fascist era was also notable clashes with the regime that saw it as a meeting place for homosexuals and Jews. He was then a table reserved Ernest Hemingway, much to mention Harry’s Bar in his book “Across the River and Into the Trees.” It must in particular to Bob two famous inventions: the Bellini and carpaccio appetizer.
Overnight
 
  DAY 4
 
Breakfast at the hotel
Motoscafo in Murano
Visit to the Glass Museum, demonstrations and practicing of the different types of glassworking.
Luch in Trattoria Muranese.
Transfert to Trieste
Overnight at the hotel
 
  DAY 5
 
Breakfast at the hotel.
Guide tour of Trieste.
Lunch at Caffè Tommaseo.
It is rumored that in 1830 Carolina Bonaparte, Napoleon’s younger sister and the wife of general Joachim Murat – King of Naples and Marshal of France – secretly bought Caffè Tommaseo, in Trieste. While we have no way of confirming this rumor, we can say for certain that the venue – one of the oldest bars in the city – was a favorite of bankers on their way to the Stock Exchange, journalists working for the “Favilla” (a cultural magazine published in Trieste in the first half of the 1800s), artists, lawyers and intellectuals, including Stendhal. The café’s ability to attract such refined clientele never faded, and won over James Joyce, Italo Svevo, Franz Kafka, and, more recently, Fulvio Tomizza and Claudio Magris. Thus we may continue to call the Tommaseo with its old, ironic nickname: “La conventicola dei dotti” (“The erudites’ circle”). But it was also a circle of patriots! It is named after Niccolò Tommaseo, hero of the short and heroic Republic of San Marco (1848-1849), exile in Corfu, and author of the “Dizionario della Lingua Italiana”, the most important vocabulary written in Italy during the Risorgimento. The plaque outside the bar, placed by the National Institute for the History of Risorgimento, reads, “In 1848, the spark of enthusiasm for Italian freedom spread from this Caffè Tommaseo, center of a nationwide movement”. Renovated in 1830 by an art connoisseur from Padua, Tomaso Marcato, and partially altered over the years, the Tommaseo has been further renovated and renewed in 1997 drawing inspiration from the traditional style of Viennese cafés. Here, among relics from the Italian unification and famous writers’ autographs, you can still feel the old – yet always new – atmosphere of freedom
Visit to Historic museum of the Castel of Miramare
The Castle of Miramare in Trieste seems to look over the Adriatic Sea, leaning over from the cape where Austrian archduke and imperial prince Ferdinand Maximilian of the House of Habsburg had it built between 1856 and 1860. A seafaring man, Maximilian was rear admiral and commander of the Austrian Navy. His craving for glory would lead to him to a tragic destiny on the other side of the Ocean, in Mexico. But at the castle he was happy to simply have a view of the sea, over the Gulf of Trieste, that he could enjoy with his wife, princess Charlotte of Belgium.
Dinner and overnight
 
  DAY 6
 
Breakfast at the hotel.
Visit to ILLY CAFFE factory .
Illycaffè (branded as illy) is an coffee roasting company that specializes in the production of espresso. The company was founded by Francesco Illy in 1933.
Preparation Course program.
The course will offer a detailed and engaging analysis of the different transformation techniques of the well-known drink. You’ll learn to achieve a perfect coffee with different preparations such as the Espresso machine, Moka, Filter coffee and French press. A coffee session of Filter Coffee will be offered during the course
Dinner and overnight
 
  DAY 7
 
Breakfast at the hotel 
Farewells and departure
 

 

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