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Imagine tasting the world’s finest Prosecco in the region of Italy where it’s grown…
An hour from Venice, you’ll find the home of Prosecco
A UNESCO World Heritage Site
A place where vines cling to undulating hills, small Italian villages punctuate the landscape and Italy’s coveted dolce vita exists in all its finery, the Prosecco region is, as yet, unspoilt by tourism.
And don’t we want to keep it that way?
About me: I’m a travel blogger and I’ve set up this website to help you see this beautiful part of Italy in a responsible and affordable way.
You can read more about why I started this website on my about page.
Visit Prosecco Italy is not a tour company. I’m a tourist just like you who. And over several trips to the Prosecco region, I have made some wonderful connections with local drivers and family vineyards. I’ve eaten in a lot of local restaurants and slept in many beds.
I’ve put this website together to help you create your dream trip to the region. The drivers I have connected with are expert at crafting a bespoke itinerary for your day at the vineyards. Add accommodation and restaurants and you have the perfect trip to the Prosecco region, most likely for less money, and with a superior experience than you’d get on a package tour.
I’m staggered by the hundreds (nearly thousands) of people who have already booked their trips using Visit Prosecco Italy.
Plan Your Visit Here
Book a driver, find a room, eat local and explore the many family-run vineyards.
Visit Prosecco Italy is here to help you do just that.