Best of Italy in November: Our Top 8 Picks

November is one of the best times to go to Italy if you want to avoid being overwhelmed by the crowds that you face in the high season. With winter about to start, the declining temperatures offer a breath of fresh air. Enjoy the best of Italy in November with our Top 8 picks:

Eat Castelli Romani (Rome)

Eat Castelli Romani is the only American owned tour company that specializes in tour services to the Castelli Romani area of Italy. Located in the picturesque Alban hills, the Castelli Romani are composed of several small villages nestled between two beautiful lakes. Husband and wife team Luca and Karla Paciello, offer week-long food and wine retreats.

If searching for authentic Italy, Castelli Romani is known as the Roman’s best kept secret for food, wine, and a relaxing countryside atmosphere. Don’t delay booking your 2023 or 2024 tour because only four dates are available per year!
@EatCastelliRomani – Instagram

Le Castellare (Marche)

Get in touch with nature by booking your next stay in the La Castellare farmhouse. This farmhouse has welcoming independent apartments complete with equipped kitchens. All are suitable for the needs of families with children, groups of friends, and couples. Enjoy an active or relaxing holiday discovering the Sibillini Mountains.

Alleria Tours

Take in the beauty of the Italian coast by going on a boat tour with Alleria Tours. Bask in the beautiful blues of the ocean and the colorful buildings all across the shore. You are guaranteed to enjoy your boat tour with a captain who is passionate about the sea.

Acqua e Farina (Biella)

Enjoy authentic Italian food from Acqua e Farina. This hidden gem has extraordinary pizzas that will have you begging for more. On top of this, they have vegan and vegetarian options, as well as gluten free meals!


The folks at Italive can help you navigate through Italian bureaucracy so you can get settled into your new life in Italy. They offer detailed descriptions on how to go through each step required to get in Italy, either temporarily or permanently. Conveniently, you can book online consultations with attorneys, accountants, and regional concierges, who can help you through this process.

Galfer20 Cultural Association (Turin)

Appreciate Italian artists by visiting the Galfer20 Cultural Association. In their Architecture office, they host artistic and cultural events. They have a rich calendar of events that involves various figures present on the contemporary art scene.

ORA Italian Luxury

Get your own curated luxury gift boxes with women-owned ORA Italian Luxury. They use small batch brands sourced from female artisans for meaningful personal and business gifting. From start to finish, inside and out, the ORA Gifting Experience will elevate your gifting moment and leave an unforgettable impression.

Villa Piro Golfo Aranci (Sardinia)

Why not consider finding your Italian dream home in Golfo Aranci? Villa Piro Golfo Aranci has constructed eight residential units and three commercial premises distributed over three floors above ground with large terraces, swimming pools on the roof and an underground car park. Choose from owning either an apartment, penthouse, or suite.

More About ‘Eat Castelli Romani’

Luca and Karla Paciello started Eat Castelli Romani to give people a taste of Italy that they may not be able to experience in Italy’s larger cities. The culinary retreat not only includes daily indulgences in some of the best flavors Italy has to offer, but also:

  • Hands-on cooking courses.
  • Backstage access to our artisan shops and restaurants.
  • A vineyard visit with wine-tasting.
  • Street food stroll, market tour, chef’s tables.
  • A Michelin starred dining experience and guided excursions to some of the area’s most beautiful locations.

Enjoy a local Italian experience in their secret hideaway place only 20 miles (30 km) south of Rome.
@EatCastelliRomani – Instagram

Adriana Suarez

Top 8 Editor

Based in Miami, I am the Contributing Editor for Live in Italy Magazine, and Public Relations Assistant and Social Media Account Manager at Allegory PR Services. I am currently a senior at Florida International University, and am majoring in public relations. In my free time, I love to bake; read; take photos; and make art. I am an avid lover of plants and have a wide collection of them. Passionate about traveling, I enjoy learning about cultures around the world. I have traveled all over Italy, more specifically: Rome, Venice, Sicily, Naples, Positano, Pisa, and Florence.

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