Touring Abruzzo allows you to discover the magic of central and southern regions of Italy - heritage, culture, local people, producers, and amazing food.
Culinary Vacations (2)
Born in Australia, Luciana's Abruzzese heritage and cultural ties have remained strong. Her parents migrated to Australia from Abruzzo in the 1950s; however, the extended family, still in Abruzzo, welcomed her back over the years. A long rewarding career in physiotherapy in Australia led the way for Luciana to follow her next dream: to return to her ancestral home and create special itineraries in Abruzzo to share with like-minded travelers.
Guido is from Civitella Del Tronto in northern Abruzzo and hails from an old noble family in the area. He is dedicated and passionate about his village and his native region of Abruzzo that he has become one of the few English guides at the fortress complex in Civitella del Tronto. In 2013, Guido and his colleagues established a private museum in the village, featuring one of the largest collections of textiles and clothing from the 1800’s from his family and from the locals. Guido loves Abruzzo with its food, culture and traditions and above all to share his passion with other guests.
Antonella is from Villetta Barrea in southern Abruzzo where she lives and works in the Abruzzo, Lazio, and Molise National Park. She is a full time environmental / nature guide and interpreter and shares her passion and love for the mountains of Abruzzo with her husband and two children. Antonella attended the prestigious La Sapienza University of Rome where she graduated with an arts degree majoring in philosophy and anthropology. However her love for nature won her over and she continued to study to be a national park guide.