Explore the origins of sriracha, which began as homemade chili sauce in the seaport town of Si Racha, Thailand, on a custom tour organized by Zicasso. Travelers can go from Bangkok to Chiang Mai to Ho Chi Minh City, discovering along the way other Thai and Vietnamese culinary specialties.
Dining at Spain’s Michelin-starred temples to gastronomy should be on any serious foodie's bucket list, and Zicasso’s Once in a Lifetime Food & Wine Tour of Spain: 17 Michelin Stars in Two Weeks allows you to do just that. The journey kicks off in Barcelona, where you’ll dine at not one but three three-Michelin-starred restaurants (including the legendary El Celler de Can Roca) before embarking on a train trip through rolling vineyards to Valencia—the home of Spanish paella.
It’s a somewhat customizable, if fastidiously detailed, 15-day culinary journey through Thailand and Vietnam, and it’s more or less focused on the region’s most famous condiment-related export. You can book it now, from the luxury travel connoisseurs at Zicasso. The adventure will take you to Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hanoi, Saigon and other smaller cities and towns, where you’ll stay in five-star hotels and hit all the classic stuff.
If you’re a foodie, car fanatic or music lover, get acquainted with Emilia Romagna, a region known for its medieval cities, rich gastronomy, beautiful Ferraris and seaside resorts. This nine-day cultural and culinary tour includes a meal at the Michelin three-star Osteria Francescana restaurant, the dairy farms of Parma and the artisan studios of Cremona, where travelers will sample iconic foods in cities of origin and participate in the production processes.
Travelers will have the opportunity to engage in hands-on activities and behind-the scenes visits on a 9-day Switzerland and Germany itinerary that includes: workshops, watchmaking schools, boutiques and museums, where they can learn about the styles and techniques of Switzerland’s well-known luxury watchmakers and the history of hand-crafted, world-famous cuckoo clocks in Germany’s Black Forest.
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” was nominated for four Academy Awards. Though the film was also shot on location in Bolivia and Croatia, the production expanded to feature more of Ireland. The tour company Zicasso guides guests to many of them in a new eight-day Ireland itinerary called “Ireland and the Last Jedi Encounter.”
Luxury travel specialists Zicasso have introduced an exclusive 10-day “Italy in Vogue” tour that takes travelers from Milan to Tuscany (including Florence) and Rome on an unparalleled adventure through the iconic world of Italian fashion.
An eight-day tour through Ireland, during which you’ll stay in the secret hotel the cast and crew stayed in during their time filming in Donegal, check out the secluded island of Skellig Michael, and swing by Malin Head.
Zicasso has created a week-long tour of Croatia centered around the two fantasy series of Star Wars and Game of Thrones, where visitors get to sample the local wines and delicacies, all while touring filming locations for the famous series. It makes you feel transported to a place far, far, away.
An 8-day tour of Ireland, inspired by Star Wars, will include stays in Killarney, Galway, Donegal and Dublin, including a night at the secret hotel in which the cast and crew stayed in during their time filming in Donegal.
The Ireland tour spans eight days with stops in Killarney, Galway, Donegal and Dublin, including spending the night at the secret hotel where cast and crew stayed while filming The Force Awakens. Tour number two takes fans on an epic nine-day Croatia tour through Dubrovnik, Croatia, which was used as the casino city of Canto Bight on the planet of Cantonica.
The 10-day Italy in Vogue tour features highlights like a private VIP fashion show at the Ferragamo Boutique in Florence, browsing the Milan Fashion District with an English-speaking personal shopper, a private master class in the art of perfume-making, and access to one of the Milan Fashion Week events if the tour is taken during that time.
True fans should rest assured that if they want to go all-in, luxury travel operators like Zicasso offer Game of Thrones-inspired itineraries to Spain and Iceland that get fans of the fire and ice saga that much closer to Westeros.
Travelers can book tours all around the world that can feed into their Game of Thrones fandom. Two tours on Zicasso, one Spain tour and one Iceland tour, are specifically designed for Westeros-obsessed.
This luxury trip allows Dad the chance to sample the best that the country has to offer: tour the countryside in a brand new Maserati, tear up the track in a Ferrari 458, sample fine Italian wines, and stay in luxurious hotels. Best of all, the trip offers backstage access to the factories that create these works of art.
Zicasso’s Game of Thrones: A Unique Tour of Croatia explores the many breathtaking scenes of Croatia’s coastline depicted in the series. Not only do you get to visit actual filming locations, but the trip also includes activities like a tasting tour in the town of Ston that includes some of the most coveted oysters in the world.
The 10-day getaway package features five test drives, including the opportunity to try a Ducati motorcycle (with an instructor), as well as cruise country roads and take to the track behind the wheel of the other exotic automakers’ machines.
Tell Zicasso where-and-what you have in mind, and they’ll pair you up with two or three pre-qualified specialists. They’ll “bid for your business” by submitting an itinerary for your consideration. Once the match is made, they’ll book everything and guarantee 24/7 support throughout your trip.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. To commemorate the occasion, Zicasso is introducing a custom tour that follows in the footsteps of Martin Luther, a German scholar who sparked the Reformation.
Among the highlights of the Martin Luther tour are the town where Luther was born and baptized, the monastery where he became a monk, and the Schlosskirche (Castle Church) where he posted his 95 Theses that marked the beginning of the Reformation.
Travel Channel host Anthony Melchiorri joins TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones with the latest trends to help you book a vacation in the new year, including the return of the travel agent! Zicasso gives travelers access to not only travel agents but travel experts who truly specialize in your trip.
With the release of the first Lord of the Rings film 15 years ago, New Zealand was suddenly thrust on the travel radar for a whole new generation. Zicasso offers an exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the movie set and a private, after-hours tour of the design studio where the original movie props were crafted, all while visiting the quintessential destinations of New Zealand.
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the release of The Fellowship of the Ring, Zicasso has created a 15-day itinerary that takes fans behind the scenes and to filming locations, including a visit to the local silversmith shop, responsible for crafting the ring that ruled them all.
Essaouira, branded as a paradise for surfers and adrenaline seekers, was transformed into the port town of Astapor, where Daenerys Targaryen acquired her army of "unsullied" in HBO's "Game of Thrones." The crew shot scenes in the fortified Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an easily accessible part of Zicasso's tailored 10-day Game of Thrones tour of Spain and Morocco.
You can combine two holidays into one by spending Christmas on Easter Island. The tour includes a private tour of wineries in the Colchagua Valley, Chile's prime wine region; to northern Patagonia for some trekking, horseback riding and rafting; back to Santiago before flying to Easter Island for a snorkeling excursion and outings to see the famous moai statues.
If you want to catch Pokemon and see the sights Down Under, bespoke tour operator Zicasso has created a family vacation for you. Parents and kids can play the popular mobile app game Pokemon Go while sightseeing with a private tour guide.