Archives

Yotam Ottolenghi tries foodie travel in Florence and Tuscany

by Crusader Travel - August 9, 2015
Florence food

Yotam Ottolenghi, the Israeli chef and food writer, has been waxing lyrical in the Guardian about childhood trips to Tuscany to sample the food with his father, who was born in Florence.

As a boy, Yotam didn’t care so much about the architecture and history of Florence, but about the Florentine food – ice creams …Read More

The Most Beautiful and Best Italian Villas to Stay in this May

by Crusader Travel - April 2, 2015

Umbria

Umbria the ‘Green Heart of Italy” is often called the poor mans Tuscany! Wonderfully acceptable from Rome & Pisa (midway 2 ½ hours!) It is a paradise for families looking for tranquility. Assisi, Perugia, many medieval historic villages and religious sites are here to be explored. Most of our houses are in the Niccone Valley renowned as the site for …Read More

10 Amazing Things You Probably Don’t Know About Sicily

by Bruce Lyons - November 27, 2013

Sicily is one of those rare gems of the world where you’re likely to have an experience like no other. Largest of the Italian Islands, Sicily is rich in history and culture – you wouldn’t think this idyllic retreat would harbour such charming secrets, and it’s all there for you to discover.

To start you off, though, we would …Read More

 
At Crusader Travel, we use basic website cookies to improve your online user-experience. Click on the ACCEPT button to continue to use the site, or find out more
Accept Cookies
x