Rome is a short distance from two of the most famous Italian gastronomic regions: Tuscany and Umbria. With this day trip, leave the guide to your guide and concentrate on enjoying the delicacies of the Val d'Orcia and the Umbrian Lake of the Trasimeno. Taste the Brunello di Montalcino wine, the Cinta Senese ham and the Pienza pecorino in a farmhouse, as well as the Umbrian extra virgin olive oil visiting a local producer. Montepulciano, one of the most famous destinations in the Tuscany region. iconic Tuscan town of Cortona located between Florence and Rome, is rich in Etruscan roots. With easy to go roads, it offers a spectacular view of the valley below. Virgilio medieval village, unchanged in some of its architectural aspects of the time, was rediscovered, also abroad thanks to the film "La Vita è bella" of which it is the scenery. In the heart of the village you pass through pretty alleys that recall the taste of times gone by. Continuing along the panoramic view that runs along Lake Trasimeno, lunch will be served in a characteristic restaurant where you can taste Italy and the local dishes of Umbrian-Tuscan cuisine. In the afternoon the journey proceeds through the rolling hills of the Chianti region, to arrive at the village of Montepulciano, famous for its "Nobile" wine with a ruby red color. Visit to one of the oldest cellars made in the tuff rock with a final tasting.