Day trips from Florence are one of the best ways to explore Tuscany without much hassle. Get a wholesome introduction and taste of the region with our 2-day Tuscany tour package. Why? It features visits to Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano, and the Chianti wine region!
Prices for Children from 0-2 years old: free of charge
Check-in closes 30 min before departure
This combination package includes 3 different tours. The tour itineraries dont have to be taken in the order suggested above; you can take them at any time, in any sequence, and even on non-consecutive days.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE PISA HALF DAY IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY.
A vegetarian menu is available upon request
The Leaning Tower option is not suitable for children under 8 years of age
You must be able to climb and descend stairs
Optional: Leaning Tower Entrance: 25,00 per person
Optional: Drop off service: 10,00 per person on day 1 and 2 (infants from 0-2 free of charge)
Day 1. Morning - 08:30 AM - Viale F.llI Rosselli at the corner via Gabbuggiano ( Stazione Leopolda )
Day 1. Afternoon 06:00 PM - My Tour Office, Via Martelli, 33RED, Florence
Day 2. 08:45 AM - Viale F.llI Rosselli at the corner via Gabbuggiano ( Stazione Leopolda )
First, you will head from Florence to Pisa. Pisa is home to the famous Leaning Tower and the magnificent example of gothic architecture that is Piazza Piazza Dei Miracoli. An authorized expert guide will lead you on an exterior visit of the Piazza. Afterward, you will enjoy skip-the-line access and guided tour of the Cathedral and Baptistery. Before, heading back, you'll have some free time to explore Pisa on your own.
Once in Florence, we will treat you to a typical Tuscan lunch followed by a 90-minute guided walking tour of Florence city center. This tour provides a holistic introduction to the city's history as well as perks of modern life. You will put a dot behind the day with an authentic Italian aperitivo in local place not far from the Duomo.
The second day of the package features a wonderful day trip from Florence to the Tuscan countryside. You will visit the ancient San Gimignano, Siena, and Chianti.
Firstly, the day trips from Florence tour will take you to the lovely medieval San Gimignano (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). There, you can take a self-guided tour and peacefully explore its quaint squares, streets, churches, and palaces. Next, the trip continues to the area of the famous Chianti Classico wine. We will visit a typical Tuscan winery and tour through its cellars and vineyards. Afterward, you'll be able to enjoy a local wine tasting as well as a Tuscan lunch made of fresh local produce.
In the afternoon, you will head to Siena. Here, our two expert guides (one English and one Spanish speaker) will take you on a walking tour of Siena city center. At last, the tour will culminate with a visit to the enchanting Monteriggioni fortress.
Tuscany tours from Florence are one of the best options to make the most of your trip. Especially, if you don't have much time on your hands! Booking our 2-day Tuscany tour package will allow you to explore the best of Tuscany without the hassle of having to research and organize everything by yourself.
You will not only get a great intro to Florence but also visit Pisa, San Gimignano, Siena and even an authentic Chianti winery. This tour package is a perfect combination of sightseeing, history, entertainment, structure, and flexibility. After the guided tours are over, you always get a chance to explore on your own. Plus, the delicious wine tasting, aperitivo, and Tuscan lunch are bound to conquer your taste buds.
Tuscany region is a former homeland of the advanced Etruscan civilization. Etruscans lived here freely for centuries. That is, until the day Roman Empire consumed the area around 351 BC. Once the empire fell, the region enjoyed a myriad of different rulers. However, after all that power-thirsty turmoil over the region, Tuscany managed to emerge as a political entity with its own rulers.
The region was so prosperous the fastest growing Tuscan cities slowly gained their independence and even formed independent republics! By the late Middle Ages, many cities including Arezzo, Pisa, Siena, Lucca, Pistoia, and, naturally, Florence became wealthy farming and trade hubs.
However, these are just a few empty lines. There is so much to see, explore, smell and taste! Book our Combo of Day Trips from Florence today and enjoy your Tuscan vacations to the fullest!