Florence walking tour and handicraft shopping
A cultural experience through the town history and the secrets of the artisans labs. Discover the real made in italy concept and philosophy and find the most original handicraft items out of the shopping beaten path.
Florence by night
Aperitivo and walking tour in San Niccolo’s area and Ponte Vecchio. An opportunity to see the most stunning corners of Florence by night and meet the florentines for a delicious aperitivo with organic products and Chianti wine.
Bike tour in the Chianti Region
Bike tour and organic lunch in the countryside, wine tasting and cellar tour in a Castle in the Chianti Region: a unique opportunity to discover the region of the most famous Tuscan wine and learn about the wine history and production while lost on the stunning green hills of Florence.
Pisa and Lucca
Pisa and Lucca are undoubtedly cities with a lot of charm. Piazza dei Miracoli, in Pisa with the leaning tower, the baptistery and the monumental graveyard in white marble architecture, surrounded by grass lawns, is a real concentration of harmony and beauty. After having enjoyed this amazing postcard the tour will continue to Lucca.
Lucca is one of the most loved Tuscan cities. The intact medieval city walls enclose centuries of history and architecture.
You will have the opportunity to admire the characteristic piazzas and buildings such as the famous oval Piazza Anfiteatro, San Martino Cathedral, San Michele Church. In this beloved city, you will be able to taste the essence of its history and traditions. The tour ends with the tasting of a typical Lucchese cake called Buccellato.
Siena and wine tasting with cellar tour in a Castle in Chianti
Siena is considered a Tuscan gem located in the heart of the region. Themedieval streets in this city lead to Piazza del Campo, a unique shell-shaped piazza where the magnificent Palazzo Pubblico stands with its Torre del Mangia. For more than 350 years, the Piazza del Campo continues to be the site of a historic horse race, the Palio, held twice per year. The Cathedral of Siena is considered one of the most beautiful Cathedrals in Italy It is a striking example of the Italian gothic style with its white and black marble facade. The city is famous for its art, food and culture. After we will move into the Chianti region.
You will have the opportunity to visit a castle located in the heart of the vineyards of the countryside. You will learn all about the wine process and visit the ancient cellars. The visit ends with a wine tasting with typical Tuscan bruschette and “affettati Toscani”,balsamic vinegar and extra-virgin olive oil.
San Gimignano guided tour with gelato tasting and Volterra walking tour
San Gimignano, a small hilltop town in the province of Siena, is known as the town of fine towers. San Gimignano is unique for its preservation of over 70 tower houses. These structures were symbols of wealth and power, strategically placed on a hilltop with encircling walls, which form an unforgettable skyline. The historic centre of San Gimignano is a Unesco World Heritage Site. The town is also known for the white wine called Vernaccia di San Gimignano. We will stop in one of the most well known and award winning ice cream shops, where you can enjoy a taste of some delicious ice cream.
Volterra is located in the province of Pisa. It is known for its Etruscan origins and was originally named Velathri by the ancient people.
The road to Volterra offers beautiful views of Tuscany’s famous rolling hills. Today Volterra is particularly know for its urban aspect from its Etruscan and Roman origins. Volterra is considered the city of Alabaster which is a tradition that dates back to the Etruscans.
Orvieto and the secret town guided tour with typical lunch
Orvieto and the secret town guided tour, is a day trip immersed in art, history, culture and legends with a lunch composed of typical regional cusine.
Orvieto is located not far from Rome and sits high above the valley overlooking the region. It’s one the most striking cities and is perfectly preserved. Orvieto is also known for its hidden underground world of Etruscan caves and tunnels.