Tour the romantic, pastoral Italian countryside and let life intoxicate your senses. Tuscany embraces much of what Italy has to offer, including decadent food and wine, Renaissance art, famous churches and Etruscan artifacts. Italians answer their phones by saying ‘Pronto,’ or ready; ready to engage, to experience and to thrive in the palpable culture all around.
Explore Borgo La Casina, two meticulously renovated stone farmhouses nestled in the serene Chianti hills, offering a tranquil escape and a gateway to Tuscany’s treasures
$527 - $792/night
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United States citizens need a passport, but not a visa, to visit Italy (and you will be required to have a passport or other accepted document that establishes your identity and nationality to re-enter the United States). We recommend that you keep a photocopy of the first page of your passport in a separate place in case of an emergency.
Check the expiration date on your passport carefully before traveling to Europe. Entry rules require that your passport be valid for at least three months after your intended arrival date. For this reason, we recommend that your passport have at least six months’validity remaining whenever you travel abroad.
Visas and other entry requirements, such as vaccinations, vary for individual countries. We recommend that you call the nearest consulate well in advance of your trip to confirm what you will need prior to travel.
In the case of minors, when traveling with your children, but without your spouse or partner, please have a notarized letter from the non-present parent authorizing the child’s travel. If not, the child may be held at security and unable to travel. This letter is highly recommended for any international destination (airlines include Hawaii in this case), and suggested for travel within the continental United States.
If you are traveling with prescription medicines, carry them in their original containers and bring a copy of your prescription. If you buy medications abroad, be aware that they may not be FDA-approved or allowed into the United States. For more information on customs rules and regulations, please contact 202.354.1000 or visit www.cbp.gov.