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San Gusme

A small, well restored, medieval village still partly surrounded by it's original wall. It is located only a few kilometres from Castelnuovo Berardenga and has a fantastic view of the Chianti out of one of the two gates. The village is a jewel of the Chianti and worth a visit, preferably over lunch so that you can enjoy a meal in one of it's restaurants.

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Lucca Bike and Wine

An easy bike ride to enjoy the sounds, smells and all the little details unusual to people traveling by car to reach one of the best winery of Lucca. After biking along the Serchio river we enter in the typical Tuscan countryside, through narrow roads sorrounded by seasonal flowers and fruits and olive grooves. Once in the winery we will enjoy different kind of red and white wines they produce coupled with cheese,  salami and fresh salad. The winery is not far from Lucca but like in every bike tour it requires a good skill and fitness level and we suggest sports wear.

from 86,88 US Dollar

Private Tour: Siena and San Gimignano Day Trip from Rome

Venture north from Rome to Tuscany on a privately guided day trip, and spend the day in San Gimignano and Siena. As your driver chauffeurs you around the cities, learn about medieval Tuscany and see UNESCO-listed attractions, fine architecture and much more. Check out stunners like the Gothic cathedral of Siena Duomo, and hear about the horse race of Il Palio on an amble around Piazza del Campo. Later, visit San Gimignano where medieval towers and the artisan craft stores of Via San Giovanni await.

from 544,48 US Dollar

Classic Siena Walking Tour

Enjoy a private walking tour around Siena, a smart medieval city center that has been declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site.

from 185,35 US Dollar

Florence Bike Tour with Tuscan Food Tasting

Cycle and snack your way around Florence on a 3-hour food tour by bike, led by a friendly local guide! The fun morning sightseeing tour showcases three of the locals’ favorite eateries as well as a selection of the A-list attractions that the city is famous for including the Ponte Vecchio, Florence Duomo and more. While learning about the sights and the local Tuscan cuisine, chow down on popular snacks such as 'schiacciata all’olio,' a sinfully salty flat bread made with lashings of olive oil.

Numbers are limited to 10 people on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

from 46,34 US Dollar
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