Monday to Sunday
Inside Santa Maria Novella Train Station, Florence - In front of the pharmacy with the green cross
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Make the most of your Tuscan vacations and immerse yourself in the treasures of the Tuscan countryside. Our flexible 2-day combo of Tours of Tuscany is the perfect way to learn about and explore the region in depth.
On your first day, will take you on the two best Florence tours: Florence Panorama Tour and “Welcome to Florence” Tour.
In the morning, your guide will meet you at the Santa Maria Novella Station in Florence and take you on a comfy and convenient scenic drive in an air-conditioned minivan. First, you will enjoy panoramic from the renown Piazzale Michelangelo. Next, you will head to the ancient Etruscan town of Fiesole that overlooks Florence from a hilltop.
Once back in Florence and after the lunch break, our expert guide will take you on a Florence walking tour. During 1.5-hour, you will gain an excellent overview of the city’s long, 2000-year history as well as see all of its most important landmarks. At the end of the tour, we will treat you to a typical Italian “aperitivo” (drinks and snacks) in an authentic place not far from the Duomo.
The second day of your Tuscany trip offers the best of the regions. You will visit Pisa, San Gimignano, Siena and the Chianti area as well as enjoy an authentic local dinner.
First, in the morning, you will head to Pisa famous for its leaning bell tower. Once there you will have a chance to admire the beautiful Piazza Dei Miracoli, Leaning Tower, Cathedral, and Baptistery. Afterwards, we will treat you to a typical local lunch accompanied by Tuscan wine. Next, the tour will continue to the medieval hill-top village of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its well-preserved quaint palazzos, piazzas, and towers are bound to charm you.
At last, you will head to Siena, a city known mainly for its legendary Palio Horse Race. A well-versed local guide will accompany you to Piazza del Campo, where the city hosts the Palio di Siena race. Next, you will walk over to the enchanting Piazza del Duomo where you’ll get free time to explore the city center a bit on your own. The cherry on top of the Florence Tuscany tour combo is a lovely dinner made from local produce. You can savor it with a side of Piazza del Campo view.
Tuscan countryside, as well as the cities hiding inside its rolling hills, are rich on interesting places, landmarks, great food, and stories. It’s hard to wrap your mind around it all, especially if you only have a few short days.
Our 2-day combo of tours of Tuscany is a balanced combination of sightseeing, entertainment, history, organization, and flexibility. You will be treated to guided tours as well as have time to explore by yourself. Also, the order of the tours is not set in stone, you don’t even have to take them two days in a row!
Besides being flexible, we offer an easy online or on-site booking, no hidden reservation fees, and easy cancellation. Moreover, our Tuscany tour package gives you the chance to dedicate all your time to explore. No more worrying about finding bus connections or lossing yourself in an unknown city.
The area of Tuscany is the homeland of the ancient Etruscan civilization. It was annexed by Rome in 351 BC. After the Roman empire fell into ruin, Tuscany experienced a myriad of different rulers. At last, after all that fight for power, the region emerged as a political entity with its own rulers.
The region was full of natural treasures as well as had a strategic location. Therefore, it flourished and prospered. The major cities in the area gradually gained their independence and formed republics. By the high Middle Ages, Arezzo, Pisa, Siena, Lucca, Pistoia, and Florence became wealthy centers of trade.
However, there is so much more to learn and discover! Book our 2-day Tours of Tuscany Combo and make the most of your Italian holidays!
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Kerrie was amazing and had very good knowledge of the places. During the visit, we stop quite a few places and get chance to take photos. that one was the best sightseeing ever visited.
Each stop was worth it! We could honestly have spent less time in Siena and more there. Our guide was wonderful.
The tour was outstanding! Travelling to Florence this summer and miss this tour means you went to Accademia and didn't see statue of David.