A spectacular tour on the wonderful Tuscan rolling hills, led along typical country roads with a stop at Michelangelo Square and San Miniato al Monte Abbey: cypresses, olive groves, Renaissance Villas, Romanesque Churches, breathtaking views on Florence, pictures memorabilia and a good glass of Chianti wine accompanied by a delicious Tuscan snack.
Not available for Infant 0-2 years old
Not available for children over 22 kg weight and teenagers below 1 meter and 50 cm in height
Free for children 03- 08 years old, if carried on the rear seat (max weight 22 kilos) – tasting not included
Tuscany region used to be home to the advanced Etruscan civilization. It was annexed by Rome in 351 BC. After the epic fall of the Roman empire, Tuscany was governed by several different rulers, However, after all that power-thirsty turmoil over the area, the region emerged as a political entity with its own rulers.
The fastest growing Tuscan cities gradually gained their independence and formed independent republics. By the late Middle Ages, cities such as Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Lucca, Pistoia, and Florence became wealthy centers of farming, manufacture, trade, and banking. Unsurprisingly, little by little, Florence took power over all the cities within the region becoming the strongest of them all.
All this and more is hiding out there, in the softly rolling hills so typical for Tuscan countryside! Get on a bike, get some fresh air, wake up your body with healthy exercise and, above all, explore! Book our Tuscany bike tours today and reinvent your Tuscan vacations.