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  • Museo del Paesaggio - Landscape museum

    Located in what use to be the slaughter house. It houses an exhibit that aims at thinking about the environment, the human impact and how the territory of the area has changed.

  • Festivals and Events


    Montaperti passato e presente
    The past and present of Montaperti. An event held over a couple of weekends in the village Casetta towards the end of August. There are various activities and in the evenings stands for food. Some of the dinners need to be booked in advance. Their website is only in Italian.
    Web: www.monteapertipassatoepresente.it​

  • Calici di stelle

    In August. Throughout the streets wine estates present their wines and provide the possibility to taste them. There are also other activities and food stalls available.

  • Sports events


    Chianti Classic
    Held in June this is a road bicycle event, open also to tourists. There are three different routes. It's a fantastic way to meet locals and get tour the Chianti on your bike.

    Ecomaratona
    Held in October. A marathon through the Chianti. There are several distances possible.​

  • Montaperti

    Visit the monumental pyramid that rests on top of the hill which overlooks the plains where the battle of Montaperti was fought between Florence and Siena

  • San Felice

    Is a wonderful typical hamlet which has a past dating back to the Etruscans. Now it has been transformed into an excellent wine estate and a five star resort. It has been extremely well restored and is definitely worth a visit, and why not stop in the enoteca (wine shop) to do a wine tasting or just have a glass of Chianti with an afternoon snack.
    Web: www.agricolasanfelice.it

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Siena, San Gimignano, Monteriggioni and Chianti Wine Tasting Tour from Florence

A full day tour, taking in the key beauties of Central Tuscany. You'll roll through the sweeping countryside to arrive at the jewel of Siena, with its unique Square and Gothic Town Hall. Then you'll take the road for San Gimignano, the Medieval New York, and Monteriggioni - a hilltop castle with breath taking views. But it's still not over! End your visit with a Chianti winery where you savor the best of Italian wines. This is a perfect day-out to relax and replenish your spirits.

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Pisa and Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence by Train

Spend an unforgettable day exploring Pisa and the enchanting Cinque Terre region on this must-do guided tour from Florence, offered to people between 18 and 39 years old, with train transport included. Get up close to Pisa’s premier sights including the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Duomo. Then, fall in love with the iconic architecture of the UNESCO-listed Cinque Terre villages. Enjoy a picture-perfect snapshot of old-world Italy as you traverse Riomaggiore’s winding streets, tuck into local produce on Via dell’Amore, marvel at Manarola’s pretty houses, and relax on Vernazza’s charming beaches.

from 98,23 US Dollar

Assisi and Cortona Day Trip from Florence

Discover the enchanting hilltop towns of Assisi and Cortona on a day trip from Florence, led by a local tour leader! Walk around Assisi, and learn about the life of St Francis of Assisi on visits to the Basilica of San Francesco and the Convent of Santa Chiara. Stop to admire the 9th-century church in Santa Maria degli Angeli before continuing to the Tuscan town of Cortona for some free time to explore.

from 100,41 US Dollar

Florence Super Saver: City Bike Tour plus Skip-the-Line Accademia Gallery Tour

Explore Florence by bike and see Michelangelo’s sculpture of 'David' on an exciting Super Saver that combines two top-selling Florence tours at a discounted price! Start the experience in the morning or afternoon, and enjoy a 2.5-hour bike tour of Florence, which includes a coffee or gelato, plus a 1.5-hour skip-the-line tour of the Accademia Gallery — home to some of the world’s finest examples of Renaissance art.

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