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Why Plan a Company Retreat in Tuscany?

The birthplace of the Renaissance, Tuscany elates, inspires, and moves like no other. From its rich "vita all'italiana" culture to its world-famous art, breathtaking landscapes, and to-die-for cuisine, Tuscany has it all. This Italian region has a timeless familiarity with its iconic Florentine cathedral dome, gently rolling hills dipped in soft morning mist, and sculptural cypress alleys. Because of its varied landscapes and unique geography, Tuscany has a large range of options for hosting a successful corporate retreat. Get out and explore, from tasting to sipping, biking to hiking - whatever you’d like, a corporate retreat in Tuscany can provide! 

  • Great Food: This goes without saying - Italy’s food is among the world’s greatest!
  • Easy of Travel: Italy is very well connected both by train and plane. Hosting a corporate retreat in Tuscany is only made easier by many of the transportation options. 
  • Friendly People: Also a given, Italians are friendly and welcoming folks! 
  • Various Activities: From charming towns to stunning wineries, there are many options for great corporate retreat activities in Tuscany. 
  • Culture-Forward: Italy is a proud nation, and Italians take pride in their culture on a daily basis. This lends itself to learning and experiencing it firsthand!
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Top Corporate Retreat Venues in Tuscany

Toscana Resort Castelfalfi 

Venue Description: From the historical charm of its medieval heritage to the luxury of its modern accommodations, the Toscana Resort Caselfalfi takes visitors on a magical journey through time. The impressive a 5-star hotel boasts a prime location in the heart of the Tuscan hills, perfectly nestled between Florence and Volterra. Surrounded by the captivating scenery of vineyards and olive trees stretching as far as the eye can see, are the hotel's 146 guestrooms. In contrast to the more traditional building in which they are set, rooms are designed to be sleek and stylish - offering a more upscale vibe. 

  • Number of Rooms: 146
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 6 (Largest capacity 200pax)
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Castello di Gargonza

Castello di Gargonza, a stunning privately-owned Tuscan castle and hotel, sits perched atop a hill overlooking Valdichiana (Chiana Valley), surrounded by 600-hectares of forest, olive groves, and sprawling vineyards. Made up of 13 buildings, this medieval castle has maintained its authentic structure and original atmosphere thanks to the careful restoration process. Boasting some of the original finishings, terracotta floors, wood-beam ceilings and original furnishings of Gargonza's apartments, create authentic and comfortable rooms. 

Riva Del Sole 

Situated on the enchanting Tuscan Maremma you will find the luxurious Riva Del Sole Resort & Spa. A 5-star resort where luxury meets enchanting beauty, surrounded by lush gardens and overlooking the azure waters of the Tyrrhenian Sea, this resort exudes refined elegance from the moment you arrive. Here, guests are treated to stylishly appointed rooms and suites, each designed to capture the essence of coastal charm. Interior decor brings the outdoors in, with a truly Mediterranean feel. 

  • Number of Rooms: 155
  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 8 (Largest capacity 270pax)
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How We Can Help Your Team in Tuscany

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Top Corporate Retreat Activities in Tuscany

Activities during your company retreat in Tuscany should seamlessly integrate work & leisure aspects while intensifying bonding between team members.

Some Retreat Activities to Consider in Tuscany

Host an amazing retreat in Tuscany, Italy, with activities like pasta-making classes, truffle hunting, and scenic cycling tours. These engaging experiences foster teamwork and create unforgettable memories.

Wine Tasting and Lunch 

Montalcino is a beautiful cobblestone hillside town located just one hour from Tuscany’s top venues. The group will get the chance to experience this historic town and get a taste of what it's all about...no pun intended! Upon arrival in Montalcino, the group will take part in the tasting of traditional wines and local artisan foods while enjoying a breathtaking view of the Tuscan countryside. After a couple of drinks, the group will get to experience an authentic Italian lunch in town.  

Tuscan Countryside Cycling Tour 

Roll leisurely over the gorgeous Tuscan side and rival in the beauty at each turn of the road. Stop for a quick bite and taste the local cuisine including olive oil and wine. The beauty of a bike tour is that you have the opportunity to see everything from a pedestrians' point of view while still being able to cover significant ground. You get to be amongst the locals and enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds that would otherwise be missed with a drive through the area.

Truffle Hunt and Cooking Class

Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty with an Italian cooking class. Start by taking a scenic walk through beautiful Tuscany, and led by your expert guide, you'll learn how to find and pick fresh truffles! Head back to the kitchen where a renowned local chef, will teach you how to prepare delicious Tuscan staples, including homemade pasta, with the fresh truffles you've foraged. Learn the best wine pairings for your dishes, then sit down to taste-test your creations.

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Top Tips for a Company Retreat in Tuscany

Expert Advice for a Retreat in Tuscany

Beautiful landscapes, friendly towns, medieval castles, and delicious food all contribute to the popularity of Tuscany. This beautiful region has so much to offer, ensuring your next corporate retreat in Tuscany is a hit! 

  1. Explore Italian History: Tuscany is a beautiful area of Italy and is rich with culturally significant destinations and landmarks. 
  2. Fill Your Belly: While pizza and pasta are synonymous with Italy, traditional Tuscan dishes involve locally sourced ingredients and prioritize simplicity. Buon appetito! 
  3. Try Some Wine: Tuscany is one of the world’s largest wine-producing regions. Plan a farm visit, where your guests can see firsthand the beauty of winemaking! 
  4. Plan To Explore: Though it’s known for its beautiful towns and sprawling vineyards, Tuscany has so much to offer. Head to the coast, enjoy the bustle of Florence, or check out the world-renowned leaning tower of Pisa! 
  5. Try New Methods of Transportation: Getting around Tuscany is a ton of fun - enjoy the many ways of getting around, from bikes and scooters to hot air balloons and Vespas!

Any Other Considerations for an Offsite in Tuscany

Tuscany is considered very safe for travelers, and instances of petty crime are very low. As with any destination, it’s important to be watchful of your belongings, and not attract unwanted attention. The biggest threat to tourists is pickpocketing in busy areas. 

Tuscany, including central and northern Italy, is known to be accepting and welcoming to the LGBTQ+ community and minority groups. 

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FAQs

Corporate Retreat FAQ

Are work retreats worth it?
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Definitively, yes. Work retreats allocate time and space for teams to break free from the everyday routine, encouraging innovation and creativity. These getaways promote deeper relationships among employees while fueling their productivity back in the office.

How much do companies spend on retreats?
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Company spending on corporate retreats can dramatically vary depending on factors such as location, size of the team, activities planned, and accommodation type. Often the budget ranges from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands. Take a look at our budgeting cheat sheet to learn more. 

How long should a corporate retreat last?
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Generally, corporate retreats tend to fall within 2-5 days including travel time. The duration depends largely on the goals you aim to achieve from the event — whether it's strategic planning or strengthening employee relationships.

What is the importance of corporate retreats?
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Corporate retreats are essential for enhancing team bonding, morale boosting, breaking deadlock situations in projects or negotiations, revisiting shared goals and celebrating achievements together. They provide an exclusive environment away from regular work stress where people can rejuvenate while getting a broader perspective on company objectives.

What would be the average budget for a corporate retreat?
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This again hugely varies but according to some market sources; small businesses might anticipate investing $500-$1000 per person whereas larger enterprises may cater budgets around $2000-$5000 per participant inclusive of flights & accommodations along with food & activities.

How do you choose a corporate retreat destination?
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It involves considering various factors like ease of transportation, total distance participants need to travel, overall cost-efficiency and types of available facilities. Always remember to customize the location depending upon your specific retreat goals.

What is the best way to plan a remote company retreat?
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Start by setting clear objectives for the retreat. Next, determine activities that align with these goals — this can range from professional development workshops to leisure and bonding opportunities. Establishing rules for engagement can further ensure a rewarding experience.

What's the best way to find corporate retreat facilities?
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Online research is a great starting point. Beyond that, you might want to tap into your professional network or, even better, consult corporate retreat planners who are familiar with various locations, venues, and itineraries that would be ideally suited to your company.

All-inclusive retreat locations for my organization
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Resorts often offer all-inclusive packages designed specifically for corporations which include accommodation, food services along with team-building exercises in their diverse amenities like golf courses or spas.

Company retreat ideas?
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The possibilities are endless. Team building games, skill-sharing sessions, wellness and mindfulness seminars, problem solving challenges and culinary competitions are some of quite popular ideas among many others.

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Meet Some of Our Retreat Experts

Amanda LeGresley
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Keswick, ON

Amanda brings her keen eye for travel and event planning to our Operations Team, bolstered by over a decade of experience managing events for the Toronto Film Festival and other swanky clientele across Canada (she's fancy like that).

Her passion for creating memorable experiences (particularly around a great meal) makes her the perfect fit as an Operations Manager, planning awe-inspiring events for our clients.

In her spare time, Amanda loves exploring the great outdoors either on the road with the sunroof down, or on the ATV trails near her hometown of Keswick, Ontario. Indoors, she's known for being a bit of a 'sushi savant', and kicking back on the couch with the latest Reality TV with her dog, Rebel.

Andrew Hercus
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Canmore, AB

Our resident "Mountain Man", if there's a job in the wild, chances are Andrew's had it. Ski Patrol? Check. Whitewater Kayak Instructor? Check. Spartan Race Medic? Somehow, even that too.  To say he's big on the great outdoors (and every Canadian cliche) is an understatement. Andrew lives, breathes, and (literally) eats the wilderness.

Andrew joins the Moniker team from his home within the Rocky Mountains, in Canmore, AB, leading the Trip Planning & Operations team where he brings his talents to coordinating gobs of detail and data into seamless execution of our retreats. He's also a licensed Medic which comes in handy when our guests have a little too much fun on destination!

Casey Cogan
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Ottawa, ON

Hailing from the nation's capital, Casey joins us as an Operations Manager to ensure every Moniker program is perfectly planned.

With a keen eye for the details, and a self-proclaimed overachieving perfectionist, we're lucky to have her on our team. Casey's got a sweet tooth and a soft spot for unique handbags, and is always on the hunt to add to her collection during her travels around the globe.

Amanda LeGresley
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Keswick, ON

Amanda brings her keen eye for travel and event planning to our Operations Team, bolstered by over a decade of experience managing events for the Toronto Film Festival and other swanky clientele across Canada (she's fancy like that).

Her passion for creating memorable experiences (particularly around a great meal) makes her the perfect fit as an Operations Manager, planning awe-inspiring events for our clients.

In her spare time, Amanda loves exploring the great outdoors either on the road with the sunroof down, or on the ATV trails near her hometown of Keswick, Ontario. Indoors, she's known for being a bit of a 'sushi savant', and kicking back on the couch with the latest Reality TV with her dog, Rebel.

Andrew Hercus
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Canmore, AB

Our resident "Mountain Man", if there's a job in the wild, chances are Andrew's had it. Ski Patrol? Check. Whitewater Kayak Instructor? Check. Spartan Race Medic? Somehow, even that too.  To say he's big on the great outdoors (and every Canadian cliche) is an understatement. Andrew lives, breathes, and (literally) eats the wilderness.

Andrew joins the Moniker team from his home within the Rocky Mountains, in Canmore, AB, leading the Trip Planning & Operations team where he brings his talents to coordinating gobs of detail and data into seamless execution of our retreats. He's also a licensed Medic which comes in handy when our guests have a little too much fun on destination!

Casey Cogan
TRAVEL OPERATIONS MANAGER
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Location Pin
Ottawa, ON

Hailing from the nation's capital, Casey joins us as an Operations Manager to ensure every Moniker program is perfectly planned.

With a keen eye for the details, and a self-proclaimed overachieving perfectionist, we're lucky to have her on our team. Casey's got a sweet tooth and a soft spot for unique handbags, and is always on the hunt to add to her collection during her travels around the globe.

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