Monday - Sunday
Piazza Gramsci (in front of Bar La Lizza), Siena
Maximun 25 people
Chianti region will warm your heart as well as your stomach. Its ruby-red wine, succulent gastronomy, rolling hills, far-stretching vineyards and ancient villages are unmistakably special. Our small group guided tours around Chianti are a convenient way to explore while keeping up the relaxed holiday spirit!
It's not every day you find yourself in Tuscany. Hence, if you are there, you got to make sure you get the most out of your stay! Our Tuscany Vespa Tours from Siena make your experience of this region is particularly special. You will have a chance to take in the ambiance just like the locals who get around using Vespa scooters every day.
Moreover, this trip from Siena is not just about sightseeing! We will also take you on a guided tour of Chianti winery, tasting of local wines and, last but not least, treat you to an authentic Tuscan lunch.
We keep the group small to ensure you dont feel just like another sheep in a crowded flock. On the contrary, this trip will feel intimate and homey. All you need to do is show up and enjoy the day. Relax, breathe in the scents of the Italian countryside, and pamper your taste buds with fresh local delicacies.
The alluring deep-red color of Chianti wine is one of its most recognizable characteristics. The wine is an elaborate blend of Canaiolo, Sangiovese, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The power and influence of this wine are far greater than its full-bodied flavor. It has been impacting Chianti borders, culture, history, and prosperity since its creation in the 13th century! Today, the wine is protected by the DOCG quality label.
What about Vespa? How can a small scooter be so famous?
Vespa scooter started small but became an international staple of Italian style. This was not the intention though. Seeing the destruction left behind the WWII, Enrico Piaggio (a cunning Italian businessman), recognized the necessity for a new way of transport. Hence, he commissioned a certain Corradino DAscanio to develop a motorcycle to help people get around the bomb-damaged cities.
Although Vespa is very stylish and cute, the choices behind its design were, above all, practical. For instance, DAscanio put the gear lever onto the handlebar for easy access; He integrated the seat to be both comfortable and safe, and he hid all the mechanical parts behind panels so the riders clothes wouldnt get dirty.
The company released the first scooter prototype in the 1940s. Piaggio called it Vespa which means wasp because of the scooters narrow waist and buzzing sound.
Tuscany offers so much to see, taste, smell, and learn! Come on an exploratory adventure riding a vintage Vespa; you wont regret it! Book our Tuscany Vespa Tours today!
Really enjoyed the experience, nice way to see the countryside. The farm was so lovely and the lunch and wine delicious!
So much fun exploring the Chianti region on a Vespa, We felt so Italian. The weather was great and we learned a lot about the region.
Great value for money - fun guides, helpful instruction, great commentary and well-designed perfect itinerary. The farm was amazing!