Get a sneak-peek into local life by riding a Vespa along the scenic and peaceful roads that wind through the Tuscan hills. This fun, alternative way to admire the picturesque countryside of Chianti is one of the best day tours from Florence. During this particular Tuscany Vespa tours, our expert escorts will guide you through the medieval Chianti villages.
This tour is for Advanced Drivers only, previous driving experience on Scooter and Vespa is compulsory
The minimum age to drive is 20 years old
International driving licence is required for participants from the following world areas: Middle East and Arab countries, Africa and North Africa, China, India, South America, Eastern Europe
DRIVERS have to show their valid driving licence (original copy) and need to have their own credit card
The tour leader reserves the right at his or her absolute discretion to terminate without notice and liability the participation of any rider who is unable to ride the Vespa safely. In such a case no refund will be due
The Tour is provided also in case of light rain or uncertain weather conditions, it may be cancelled in case of bad weather and a change of date or full refund will be offered
You will be given the location of the Meeting Point when you make your booking
The alluring ruby-red color defines the identity of one of the most esteemed wines in the world: Chianti. The wine is a sumptuous blend of Sangiovese, Merlot, Canaiolo, and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. It has been defining the regions borders, history, culture, and prosperity since its humble beginnings.
And what is a Vespa? What is all the fuss about?
Vespa scooter is an ambassador of Italian style worldwide. Seeing the post-WWII destruction, Enrico Piaggio (Italian businessman), recognized the need for a new mode of transport. He commissioned the skillful Corradino DAscanio to create a motorcycle suited to get around the bomb-damaged cities.
Although Vespa scooter is very stylish, the choices driving its design were mainly practical. For instance, he moved the gear lever onto the handlebar for easier access, positioned the seat to be both safe and comfortable, and hid all the working parts behind panels (to keep the rider's clothes in immaculate condition). The company released the first prototype in 1946. Piaggio named it Vespa meaning wasp because of its narrow waist and buzzing sound it made.
There is so much to see, smell, taste, and learn! Go on an exploratory adventure on a vintage Vespa; you won't regret it. Book the Vespa Tours in Tuscany today!