Traveling to Tuscany is by far the most alluring of all Italian vacations. There is the delicious cuisine, the rolling hills of Chianti marked with ruby-red Chianti Classico. So, you could say Tuscany has it all. But will you have time to see and do everything? It's possible! Our Tuscany Tours from Florence allow you to see the best of the region in one memorable day.
After you have been picked up from the meeting point in Florence, the first stop of the tour is Siena. Here, a guide will show you around the city, including Piazza del Campo, where the Palio horse race takes place. Stroll around the streets at your own pace, go shopping and then meet again to head to Chianti. You will be taken for lunch in the heart of the Chianti countryside at a family-run vineyard, where you can also taste some of the delicious local wine. [readmore] Next, travel to San Gimignano, often referred to as the "Manhatten of the Middle Ages" because its tall, ancient towers resemble a modern city. Finally, you'll be driven to Pisa, which has many of Italy's most iconic structure including, of course, the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa.Read more
Prices for Children from 0-2 years old: free of charge
Check-in closes 15 min before departure
Vegetarian lunch menu available upon request
Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs
A Minimum of 2 People are required for this Tour
French, Italian, German , Russian, Chinese or Japanese Language Tours require a Minimum of 4 People
Tuscany area is the former home of the powerful and advanced Etruscan civilization. It was consumed by Rome in 351 BC. After the fall of the Roman empire, Tuscany fell under the rule of several different rulers From all the turmoil, the region emerged as a political entity with its own rulers. The main Tuscan cities gradually gained their independence and formed republics. By the high Middle Ages, Pisa, Siena, Arezzo, Lucca, Pistoia, and Florence became wealthy centers. They flourished in all areas including farming, manufacture, trade, and banking.
Naturally, little by little, Florence took over all the cities within the region. Visiting Siena, San Gimignano and Pisa and travel through the picturesque Tuscan countryside offers a more profound adventure. Don't be just a tourist, be an explorer! Book our Tuscany tours today and expand the limits of your travel experience!