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  • San Miniato

    The Museum of the Dioceses in San Miniato
    The museum is situated in an area adjacent to the cathedral, where the sacristy was located in ancient times. It houses a collection of sculptures, paintings and other works that have been collected from various parishes in the diocese. The architecture and method of how the building was built is demonstrated through a series of photographs, graphic and didactic aids. 
    Opening times: 1st November to 31st March - Thursday to Sunday, from 10.00 to 17.00. 1st April to 31st October -  Thursday to Sunday, from 10.00 to 18.00. Always closed on Mondays
    Address: Piazza del Duomo 1, San Miniato

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The Master Weavers of Florence, Pisa & Chianti Wine Tour in Tuscany Landscape

The Master Weavers of Florence & Chianti Wine Tour in Tuscany Landscape

  • The Master Weavers of Florence since 1786 is one of the last remaining workshops for silk manufacturing in the world. Its hand-operated and semi-mechanical looms weave dreams, embellished by a wondrous warper designed by Leonardo Da Vinci. Welcome to the home of magnificence, where the work of man respects priceless tenets, giving elegance and sophistication to those passionate about beauty.
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Joinable Wine Tour in Chianti Wine Region with stop in Pisa

  • Visit a Boutique winery in Chianti Wine Region
  • Tasting the famous Chianti Wines
  • Delicious Tuscan prosciutto and pecorino cheese and much more explained
  • Farm-to-table Italian ingredients
  • Visit the underground wine cellars

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Accademia and Uffizi Galleries Independent Visit with Optional Lunch

For all those customers who wish to visit both museums in total freedom and at their own pace, guided by an audio commentary of expert art historians recorded in their own language.
You can choose to enrich your visit with a Tuscan lunch in a historic Florentine Restaurant.

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Monumental Complex of Pisa Cathedral Square

Discover Pisa's Cathedral Square, better known as the Miracles Square (Piazza dei Miracoli) and formed by a unique ensemble of four monumental buildings (aside from the tower, there is the Cathedral, the Baptistery and the Monumental Cemetery) as well as by two matchless collections – the Museum of Sinopie and the Museum of the Opera. All the monumental buildings are closely related, and ruled by a single design concept.

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Balloons Flight over Tuscany

An unforgettable experience that you cannot miss! in the early morning, you can jump inside the basket of the balloon and you can admire the beauty of the Tuscan countryside.

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