Autumn in Umbria ~ October 13 - 20, 2012

7 day exclusive culinary travel experience, in umbria, the green heart of Italy.
Feb. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- Umbria, often referred to as “the green heart of Italy”, an unspoiled region dotted with medieval hill towns and villages. Perugia, its main city, well known for many elegant shops and museums... Nearby Assisi, a center of religious arts and culture. Orvieto, Torgiano and Montefalco produce the regions famous wines. Deruta, hand made ceramics capital of the world! Spello, Trevi and Todi, picturesque hill towns with breath taking views, each surrounded by olive groves which produce some of the most exquisite olive oil Italy has to offer… and Spoleto, well known for its annual performing arts festival and delicious truffles!

Classes and lodging are held at the beautiful Villa di Monte Solare, a restored agricultural complex dating back to the seventeenth idgew century. The estate is located amidst scenic olive groves and Vineyards, its sloping hills spread over 60 hectares of land.  Two swimming pools, tennis courts and a full service spa are available to enjoy during your stay.  Located near Panicale in the region of Umbria, Villa di Monte Solare is conveniently located minutes away from Perugia.  Assisi and many other important historic, artistic and cultural towns of the region may be viewed from its grounds. 
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Full Service spa treatments available on property at
La Muse Spa - La Villa Cucina participants receive a 20% discount

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Daniel Rosati, is the owner of La Villa Cucina, a cooking school established in 1998, offering culinary travel programs within the Italian regions of Campania, Tuscany, Umbria and Sicily.
Source:Daniel Rosati, founder La Villa Cucina, llc
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