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Stay at Salvatore Ferragamo's Tuscan Resort for Olive Harvesting Season


Luxo Italia is organizing the olive harvesting experience in October and November.

Tuscany is one of the most romantic cities on Earth, but there's a side that most tourists don't get to see. October and November mark the traditional olive harvest.

Italian-based travel specialist, Luxo Italia invites tourists to experience the tradition, up close and personal. Guests will join a team of expert olive farmers at one of the top olive groves to help with the harvest and learn about the extraction and production processes. They'll enjoy country-side lunches on the grove and olive oil-infused massaged after long days of harvesting.

They can also partake in a tour of one of the oldest wine cellars in Italy, where the first Chianti was made, and a Tuscan degustation dinner overlooking the medieval village of Borro. Private tours of Florence, Siena, and Arezzo are also available. Guests will stay in a deluxe suite at Il Borro, Salvatore Ferragamo's luxury resort.

Three-night packages start at $7,000. Find more info at Luxo Italia.

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