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  • Events & Festivals


    Organic market
    4th Sunday of each month
    A market selling cheese, bread, wine, locally produced jams, honey and cakes. There are also some handicraft stalls.

  • Festa dei Fiori - Flower festival
    The first weekend of May
    Greve main square turns into an enchanting garden thanks to the collaboration of the Tuscan Horticulture society, they fill the square with plants and flowers.

    Stelle e mercanti
    The third Thursday of June, July and August
    An evening market with music. Several shops are also open. Excellent for an evening out in Greve.

  • Museums


    Museo dell'arte S.Francesco
    Musem of sacred art housed in the former convent of S. Francesco, located in a panoramic zone which overlooks the main square of Greve in Chianti
    Open from 1st April to 31st October



    Address: Via di Montefioralle
    50022 Greve in Chianti (FI)
    Web: http://www.comune.greve-in-chianti.fi.it/ps/s/visitare-c

  • Museo del vino - Wine museum

    This museum houses an exhibition, created by Falorni's family, which displays the evolution of wine making technology, traditions and history of the Chianti.
    Address: Piazza Nino Tirinnanzi 10
    50022 Greve in Chianti (FI)
    Tel: +39 390558546275

  • Castles of Greve and the surrounding area

    Castellaccio di Lucolena
    Castello di Cintoia
    Castello di Lucolena
    Castello di Mugnana
    Castello di Sezzate
    Castello di Uzzano
    Castello di Verrazzano
    Castello di Vicchiomaggio
    Castello di Vignamaggio

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Livorno Shore Excursion: Florence and Pisa Private Day-Trip

During this amazing day tour you will discover the secrets of the region of Tuscany. You will start with the most famous Square in the world, the Square of Miracles. Then Florence, without doubt the city where the Italian genius has flourished with the greatest display of brilliance and purity. You'll have the opportunity to gain entrance to one of the most important museums of the world: Michelangelo's David museum (except Mondays because the museum is closed.)

As this is a private tour, your private guide can adjust the schedule and activities to meet your needs.

from 960,37 US Dollar

Private Minivan Tour to Siena and San Gimignano from Florence

During this private open-air tour in a comfortable minivan, you will explore the breathtaking towns of Siena, Monteriggioni, and San Gimignano. All are symbols of Medieval and Gothic architecture, characteristic elements are the historic towers, pointed arches, and narrow streets. Moreover this Tuscan area is full of superb food specialties you will surely have the chance to taste, such as Panforte and Pici. The tour lasts 8 hours with 2 hours spent in Siena, a short visit in Monteriggioni for a photo stop, and approximately 1 hour in San Gimignano.You will also get a detailed description from our expert local guide in Siena.

from 200,58 US Dollar

Dan Brown 'Inferno' Tour of Florence

Follow the trail of Dan Brown’s 2013 ‘Inferno’ novel on a half-day walking tour, led by an expert local guide! The international bestseller, based on Dante Alighieri’s ‘Divine Comedy,’ is set in Florence and several city attractions feature in the book’s mysterious plot. Hear stories of the main character, code-cracking Harvard professor Robert Langdon, and visit key sites like Palazzo Vecchio’s secret passageways and the Baptistry of Florence. If you are eager to see more, upgrade to a full-day tour and enjoy a skip-the-line tour of the Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor, too.

Bonus ticket! Both tours also include a combination entrance ticket for independent access to several top Florence attractions after the tour: Opera del Duomo Museum, Crypt of Santa Reparata, Brunelleschi’s Dome and Giotto’s Bell Tower.

from 83,88 US Dollar

Tuscan Cooking Class and Dinner in Florence

Make like a real Tuscan cook on this 4.5-hour evening cooking class in a historical palace (palazzo) in Florence. Working in a modern kitchen in the old building, learn how to create a quintessential Tuscan 4-course dinner of staples such as Hunter’s Chicken (chicken stew), fresh pasta and ‘tiramisu’ (cocoa, espresso and mascarpone pudding). Gain valuable insider tips from an expert local chef, and then enjoy your dishes during a convivial dinner, complete with well-matched Tuscan wine.
Receive personalized attention on a small-group class limited to no more than 12 people.

from 82,66 US Dollar
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