Published on : Thursday, February 22, 2018
BIT travel exhibit in Milan has just ended, but Carrani Tours is already thinking about its next international appointment: ITB in Berlin, between March 7 and 8. At Gray Line stand 305, hall 9, the Italian DMC is going to introduce its new high-season activities, from its Semi-Private Tour of Vatican Museums to its Fantasia involving both Italy and Spain, to new and longtime partners. Its goal is to exceed last year great results and its 15% increase in turnover.
«High quality is always the key» Chiara Gigliotti, Carrani’s GM, explains «So, we have been working on many fronts. Our two new teams of Premium Traveller and Groups Department design tailor-made experiences for FITs and groups, while we keep enhancing our core products and itineraries. Guided tours and organized trips must never be standardized. They should be always the perfect gift for our travelers, in terms of time management and selected experiences, from food activities to sightseeing».
That’s the reason why Carrani’s new proposals are tastes of masterpieces from unusual or exclusive points of view. As one of the only three Official Partners of the Vatican Museums in the world, for example, Carrani is to launch its Semi-Private Guided Tours of the Vatican. They will gather no more than eleven people, to realize high-customized experiences also for non-individual travelers. Its visits to Colosseum, instead, could include restricted areas like the Underground Floor or the panoramic Belvedere, while Da Vinci’s Last Supper represents one of its top destinations in Milan. Finally, if its Fantasia Mediterranean Dream guides guests from Italy to Spain, its Ciclo Wine Tour, Electric Bike Tour in Tuscany, Chianti Experience on a Quad and tasty Naples Street Food will explore traditional Italian cuisine, with a particular focus on nature and local identity.