Luxo Italia Offers Two New Experiences for Autumn and Winter

Looking towards the fall and winter, Luxo Italia will be offering tours suited for each season. 

This October and November, Luxo Italia celebrates Tuscany’s yearly olive-harvesting tradition with a new insider experience that includes a private harvesting in a top olive grove. Joining a team of expert olive farmers, travelers will help harvest the olives while learning about the olive oil extraction and production process. At the end of the harvest, guests receive a bespoke bottle of fresh olive oil uniquely labeled to take home or to enjoy during a traditional countryside lunch set in the middle of the olive fields. 

After harvesting the olives, guests will enjoy an olive oil-infused massage. Also included in the Olives Harvesting Experience is a tour of one of the oldest wine cellars in Italy (where the first Chianti was produced!) and a Tuscan dinner overlooking the medieval village of Borro. 

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Accommodations during the experience are in a deluxe suite at Il Borro. Also available are private tours to Florence, Siena and Arezzo. The three-night package starts at $7,000 per person based on double occupancy. 

The San Lorenzo Lodge in the Dolomites

Following, Luxo Italia will be offering the Wow Winter Experience, complete with heli-skiing, private guides and Michelin star dining. 

Right when guests step off the plane in Milan, a private helicopter will be waiting to fly directly to the doorstep of a private chalet. Surrounded by a pine forest, the chalet has a Jacuzzi, sauna and massage room to receive up to four hours of massages per day. 

Preparing all meals, snacks and canapés is Michelin-starred chef Paolo Donei. 

Included are three days of heli-skiing and four days of downhill skiing in the Dolomites. Slopes are available for almost every level skier with additional guidance provided by a personal mountain guide. 

Before departing Italy, guests will be chartered back to Milan in the helicopter for a personal shopper experience in the fashion district followed by dinner in the private home of one of the city’s chefs. The eight-night experience costs €58,500 (approximately $66,783) for a group of up to six people

VIP Airport Assistance, private transfers by luxury car, and 24/7 personal assistance by phone are included with all Luxo Italia tours.

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