A gastronomic itinerary from 2015:
We will walk through ancients paths of monks and soldiers and we will learn the modern touch of the ancient culinary tradition of Italian pasta
In the morning we will go towards the so called Valle Graziosa, a plain overlooked by the Monti Pisani, where in the Middle Ages a wonderful Carthusian Monastery was build where monks lived until the end of last century. This complex was later expanded owing its present appearance to work carried out in the XVII and XVIII century.
At lunch time we will stop in a local restaurant for a light appetising tasting menù. Our visit will go on towards Lari. Nestling amongst the Pisan hills, the little town of Lari can safely lay claim to having Etruscan origins. Because of its dominant position of the entire valley of the River Arno the Castle was an important military stronghold of the Pisan Republic.
Our walk will lead us through the narrow streets of the castle and into the hidden secrets, and we will discover the different functions it had through the century. We will visit Pietro Leopoldo hall (the so called Agonies Hall), the underground, the prisons and the courtyard.
We will end our trip in a small nice pasta factory where we will see how pasta is made and manufactured, still using the traditional methods that made Italian pasta famous all over the world.
Price per person – starting from 65 euro – based on 15 people
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