Volpaia is a medieval village and castle on a hill top on the border between the provinces of Siena and Florence, a few kilometres from Radda in Chianti. It is mostly still intact and can be considered one of the Chianti jewels, a village that must be visited for its medieval charm and character.
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Experience an official tuscany tour with
Greve in Chianti Wine Tasting and Winery Tour
Visit a small family winery, where products are organic, the company's coverage is 1 hectare of olive grove and 3 of Sangiovese, Syrah and Merlot wines. The visit starts from the vineyard next to the winery with an explanation of the history of Chianti Classico, and then moved in the olive. Subsequently, you will be made to access the cellar, where you will learn all the processes of production of the Chianti Classico wine.from 27,63 US Dollar
Italian Stories: Carving the Pietra Serena
Tour inside an artisanal lab that works with Pietra Serena, a typical stone from Tuscany. The artisan himself will be your personal guide.
After the tour you will have the chance to work with this stone, making a personal souvenir.
Private Tour: Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence
Head to the coast for a day in Italy’s Cinque Terre on a private day trip from Florence. Listed as a UNESCO site, the region is made up of five charming fishing villages that cling to the cliffs. Visit four of them — Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, and Corniglia — and travel between them by boat or train. In each village, you’ll have time to wander the streets, peruse local shops, eat, and soak up the sea views. If you want to visit Pisa on the same trip, upgrade when you book.from 712,84 US Dollar
Skip the Line: Florence Baptistery and Duomo Museum Small-Group Tour
Experience Florence's breathtaking Duomo Complex, including the Florence Baptistery and the new Duomo Museum, on this 2.5-hour tour. Join a small group and an expert guide in exploring one of the city's most renowned ancient monuments. Skip the lines (and the crowds) at the entrance to the city's religious center, then marvel at works by Michelangelo, see Ghiberti’s 'Gates of Paradise,' and view a multitude of masterpieces in one remarkable space. Once the tour concludes, use your ticket to access the rest of the museum complex — including Giotto's Bell Tower — at your leisure.from 70,73 US Dollar