Discounts for Readers on LivItaly Tours

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I’m very excited to announce that I’ve teamed up with LivItaly to give my readers a discount on all of their small group tours and activities in Italy. Whatever your tastes you will find something to suit you, whether it’s a food tour, a guided museum visit or a family activity. Or perhaps you’ve always dreamed of test driving a Ferrari… Read on to learn more, and to find out how you can get your discount.

Sightseeing in Umbria – one of many tours offered by LivItaly (photo courtesy of LivItaly)

Why Book a Tour With LivItaly?

The philosophy behind LivItaly is that all of their tours are with small groups of no more than six people. This allows the guide to connect with you in a way that just isn’t possible in a larger group. They can answer all of your questions and tailor the experience to your requirements. This personal touch is particularly appreciated by those travelling with children as the guides are skilled at bringing their subject to life and engaging with the youngest members of the family.

Ostia Antica
Pinnable image of Ostia Antica, one of LivItaly’s many destinations

You can book a walk around major sites like Pompeii or ancient Rome, or take a full day sightseeing daytrip such as a tour of Tuscany or a boat trip to Capri. Museum visits are very popular. Not only do you have the benefit of a knowledgeable guide, but all the bookings and reservations are taken care of, meaning that you can avoid the queues that you have come to expect on a visit to the Uffizi or the Vatican Galleries.

Some of the activities are less traditional. Why not explore Rome by Vespa or Segway? Or during your morning run? And what better way to entertain the whole family than a drawing class in Florence or a treasure hunt in Venice?

Running tour of Rome
You can even take a running tour of Rome!

Food, Wine and Ferraris

Food and wine are a particular speciality. Take a food tour (with plenty of sampling) or try a cookery class in a private home. Wine tasting is offered as part of some of the full day sightseeing tours, or you can enhance your knowledge of wine in a dedicated wine tour.

Learn how to make pasta in an Italian home (photo courtesy of LivItaly)

If you are staying in the north of Italy and want something a bit different, you could take a trip to Maranello, the home of Ferrari. Here you can choose anything from a ten minute test drive to a full day VIP Ferrari experience.

How to Get Your Discount

LivItaly are offering a 5% discount to all of my readers. Simply choose the activity that you are interested in and enter WORLDWIDEWRITER as your discount code. (Disclosure: I also get a commission on all bookings made with this code, which will contribute to the cost of maintaining this site.)

There is no time limit to the offer, and no restriction to the number of times you can use the discount code. So why not have a look at the LivItaly site and start planning your next trip to Italy.  

(UPDATED: LivItaly have recently launched LivSpain, with some great tours in Barcelona. And I’m pleased to say that you can use my discount code for these tours as well…)

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5 thoughts on “Discounts for Readers on LivItaly Tours”

  1. That “Live test a Ferrari” would be a real lure for my husband but I like the idea of a small group tour with a guide who knows the history of an area and the best way to get the most out of one’s visit. Italy is on our travel list for 2017 (finally!) and I’ve bookmarked your post to make sure we schedule a tour with LivItaly. Thanks for the recommendation, Karen!

  2. I know Italy is in our future, since I consider it my second home but I’m actually looking into tours, so we can get even more out of our visits. Thanks for this post about LivItaly tours!

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WorldWideWriter is owned and managed by Karen Warren. I have been writing and travelling for many years (almost 60 countries at the last count). I’ve visited every continent except Antarctica (I still hope to get there one day…), and my current favourite destinations are Italy, Spain and North America. This website is my attempt to inform and inspire other travellers, and to share some of the things I’ve discovered along the way.


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