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  • Guided Walking, Cycling and Scootering in Tuscany

    Discover the Tuscan countryside during your villa holiday on a walking, cycling or scooter tour. There are many routes to follow, and they can be enjoyed independently, but why not consider hiring the services of a professional guide? A good guide can take you off the beaten track to places only the locals know and tell you about the history and traditions of the area for an even richer experience. Plus, as many of the rural paths and bridleways in Tuscany are badly signed, it helps to explore with someone who knows the area well.

  • Custom Walks

    Custom Walks provides guided walking, cycling and motorbiking tours throughout Tuscany. Join a scheduled tour or have one specially created for you and your friends and family.

    Web: www.customwalks.com

  • Walk About Tuscany

    What started as a hobby has become a way of life for Gianni at Walk About Tuscany. Drawing on his vast knowledge of Tuscany, the nature, culture, food and drink, Gianni will take you on an unforgettable walk through this beautiful region of Italy. These flexible private tours are tailored to individual preferences and hosted in English or Italian.


    Web: www.walkabouttuscany.com

  • Ecorent

    Ecorent has been hiring bicycles and scooters for more than 10 years. Choose to have your vehicle delivered to your Tuscan villa or even have it dropped off at the airport, so you can get going straight off the plane. Ecorent also offers guided and self-guided tours by bike or scooter, tailored to suit customers’ experience and fitness.

    Web: www.ecorent.net

  • Stradanova Motorcycle and Vespa Tours

    Motorcycle, Vespa and electric scooter rental, plus guided tours, are offered by Florence-based Stradanova, which is run by the 2008 Motorcycle Rally Italian Champion, Erika Mugnai. The Stradanova team has fused a passion for motorbiking and love of the local landscape to develop exhilarating on- and off-road tours through Tuscany. Bicycles are also available to rent, which can be picked up from Stradanova’s base or dropped off at your villa.

    Web: www.stradanova.com

  • Toscana In Tour

    Toscana in Tour rents out a wide range of scooters and bicycles and provides guided tours around Pisa, in Italian and English, on bicycles, scooters and rickshaws.

    Web: www.toscanaintour.it

  • Officina Ramuzzi

    Officina Ramuzzi, in Greve in Chianti, hires out mountain, hybrid, electric and road bikes, so there is something to suit every level of proficiency. Vespas and scooters are also available for touring Chianti in true Italian style. Guided tours can be arranged by the staff, who all speak English.

    Web: www.ramuzzi.com

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Skip-the-Line Florence Duomo with Brunelleschi's Dome Climb

Skip the entrance lines and climb to the top of Brunelleschi's Dome with an expert guide! Majestically dominating the city skyline, the terracotta dome of Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (or Florence Duomo, as it’s more commonly known) is easily Florence's most iconic attraction. After experiencing this masterpiece of architectural genius.

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Skip the Line: Siena Duomo and City Walking Tour

Immerse yourself in Italy’s history on this 2-hour sightseeing tour. Explore Siena's UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town; discover Siena's central square, Piazza del Campo; and visit the stunning Siena Duomo (Siena Cathedral) with your fast-track, skip-the-line entrance ticket. As you walk through this incredibly beautiful Tuscan city with your expert guide, you'll feel as though you’ve journeyed back in time.

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Small-Group Skip the Line Best of Florence Walking Tour with David and the Duomo

Florence is packed full of world-famous sites and this Best of Florence Tour is designed to let you see them all (and learn the stories behind them) in just a few hours. During a guided walking tour of the city, you’ll see Florence’s most iconic sites like the Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza della Signoria, and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Skip the line into the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo’s David and the unfinished Slaves.

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Florence Electric Bike Tour with Farm and Wine Bar Visit

Explore Florence and the Tuscan hill town of Fiesole with little effort and lots of fun on this 4-hour electric bike tour, led by a local host. Safe to ride, the bikes have an electric motor that start as soon as you pedal, meaning you’ll see the sights without getting out of breath! After admiring Fiesole’s views, pedal back to Florence, stopping for a wine and food-tasting session on the way. Then, look out for highlights like the Ponte Vecchio, Florence Duomo and more!

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