Rome & Tuscany


The best of Tuscany—its iconic cities and medieval villages, its hillside vineyards and farms, its art and ancient monuments


With city planners, thought leaders and far-sighted entrepreneurs about cultural trends and groundbreaking initiatives


La dolce vita with fresh farm-to-table feasts, meet-ups with local artists and winemakers, and food tours on the back of Vespas

Why Rome & Tuscany

Tuscany is a timeless treasure where medieval villages cling to hilltops, and vineyards and olive trees bathe in golden sun. Each region has its own tradition, each village makes pasta with their own succulent twist . The world’s greatest art springs from here, too, along with iconic sites such as Florence’s Duomo or the Vatican galleries in Rome. Experiencing the region is best when taken slowly and deeply. 

Only With MO/AD

Meet an eighth-generation butcher and some of the region's top vintners. Dive into art and sculpture at Florence's Uffizi and Galleria dell'Accademia museums. Soak up the bustle and vibrancy of Rome's Trastevere district, explore the Pantheon and Colosseum with a local historian, walk with chefs tasting your way through Rome's glorious markets. Art, architecture, food, wine, medieval markets—Tuscany has a way of revealing the power of shared experience. 

Your Private Experience

Who It’s For

Groups looking for both a profound immersion into tradition and terroir and a revitalizing basecamp to reset and recharge. Rome and Tuscany are the ideal pairing of awe and inspiration.

When to Travel

May, June and September are ideal times to visit Rome and Tuscany. That said, April, July, August and October still have pleasant temperatures and opportunities to avoid summertime crowds.

Make It Yours

Admire the artistry of Florence and Rome, while connecting with the pioneers of the avant garde. Whether you're after sensory immersion or authentic connection, we’ll help craft your ideal experience.

Where We Sleep

Boutique design hotels in Rome and Florence, luxurious medieval villas overlooking the vineyards of Tuscany - our accommodations reflect the beauty and grace of Italy.


Nestled amidst ancient cobblestone streets, we immerse ourselves in timeless Italian design, savor gourmet cuisine, all at the feet of the capital's historic wonders.


The full Tuscan experience means luxuriating in the countryside; in our unforgettable rustic hotels, spacious rooms overlook ancient villages, rolling hills and vineyards.


With views that look over terracotta tiles, cathedral spires and distant mountains, our hotels in Florence are the perfect spots to sip a glass of wine and marvel at the majesty of the city.

People Love MO/AD's Rome & Tuscany

Everything was done superbly.
Kelly S.
I was blown away by how flawlessly Modern Adventure fulfilled and exceeded my expectations.
Josh S.
I loved the warmth, sincerity and caring of the Modern Adventure team.
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  1. How many people are itineraries suitable for?

    Our itineraries can be tailored for groups of any size, whether it’s a small, intimate group of six or a larger team or group of 100 or more.

  2. What makes a MO/AD Retreat different?

    Our retreats capture the spirit of a culture and destination, tailored to your objectives, harnessing the potential of shared experiences. Our retreats serve as a vibrant platform for self-discovery, where we share connection and leave with growth, fun and inspiration.

  3. How does it work?

    We start by learning about your organization and goals. Our team takes care of all the details and supports to ensure all the logistics and communications are seamlessly managed. We also work with you to incorporate in your ideas for the retreat.

  4. What services are typically included?

    Our services cover the full retreat experience. We offer white glove support to you and your group, from detailed planning and day-to-day itineraries to local insights about the destination, on-site logistics, and 24/7 dedicated assistance. Our degree of curation, personalization, care, and local connections sets us apart.

  5. How far in advance should I plan a retreat?

    Preferably nine to twelve months in advance (earlier for holiday travel). We typically stay in unique, in-demand boutique and luxury hotels where advance reservations are important to secure the best accommodations possible.

  6. What activities do you offer?

    We curate your MO/AD Retreat to ensure the experiences are authentic, immersive, and included in your trip price. Our relationships unlock unprecedented access to the pioneers behind global initiatives and cultural movements.

  7. How much will it cost?

    Retreats typically include accommodations, private airport transfers, private transportation for all day trips and excursions, privately guided tours with local guides, exclusive VIP access and activities, and most meals. MO/AD Retreats typically cost $1,000 to $3,000 per person, per day, and vary by destination, time of year, number of people in your group, and types of activities you prefer.

  8. What's not included?

    MO/AD Retreats do not include roundtrip airfare to/from your destination, travel insurance, hotel incidentals, and any activities and meals not included in your itinerary.

  9. What deposits are required?

    After learning more about you, your interests, preferred style of travel, dates, and budget, we will present you with initial ideas and examples of what we can plan for you. In order to confirm your itinerary and reserve accommodations, a 25% deposit is required. The balance of your trip cost is due  120 days prior to travel.