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Things to do in Borgo San Lorenzo

  • The International Mugello circuit

    The Mugello circuit first held a road race back in 1914 and has regularly held competitions since then.
    Now more famous as the home for the Italian Moto GP motorbike race, it is also the track where Ferrari regularly test their Formula 1 race cars.
    www.mugellocircuit.it

  • The Parish Church of San Lorenzo

    The Parish Church of San Lorenzo (feast day 11th August) has origins dating back to 941 AD and the bell tower - still in use today – was added in 1263. Within the church you can see works of art by Giotto and Rosselli as well as ceramic art from the local producer Chini.

    The Museum of Ceramic Art is located within the 13th Century Villa Pecori Giraldi and celebrates ceramic works of art with Asian, Italian and Libertian influences created by the local artist and manufacturer, Chini. Visits to the Villa and the Museum are by appointment only. For information call +39 055 8457197

Experience an official tuscany tour with

Truffle Adventure Cooking Class

Truffle is one of the rarest and delicious products of the world. Italy is one of the main exporters of truffles. Tuscany is one of the most popular Italian regions where to find truffles. Is for all this reason that we decided to give importance to this typical product, entrusting it with a place of honor.

from $223.46

Authentic Tuscany Highlights: Siena, Winery tour, San Gimignano

Tuscan wine region with a historical overview, for a maximum of 8 people in a small group tour from Florence. The tour includes a visit and walk through a small hilltop town in the scenic Tuscan countryside with immaculate views, a visit to a non commercial tuscan wine estate to visit the cellars and have wines/oil tasting, lunch at one organic farm where to sample other 4 types of wines along with tuscan specialties as home made pasta, cheeses, fresh vegetables, farm to table products.

from $137.52

Poetic Valdorcia

The Valdorcia Valley is the most iconic image of Tuscany all over the world. It is recognised as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Discover this masterpiece of nature and human labour with our slow-paced tour that will let you enjoy its treasures. Galavent through the small lanes of Pienza, a town designed according to the Renaissance canons of beauty.
Chill out in the Medicean gardens of dormant San Quirico d’Orcia and enjoy the views over gentle hills dotted with medieval hamlets, cypress and olive trees. Let ancient villas and churches invite you to day-dream. Valdorcia is a landscape symphony that will touch your heart.
Fearing an aesthetic overload? No worries, delicious food is also part of this tour: Pienza is well known for its fantastic pecorino cheese! We will finish our tour in Bagno Vignoni, a unique hamlet where an ancient source of thermal water springs out right in the middle of the local piazza. A short stay in one of the local SPAs can be arranged upon request!

from $183.35

Discover the life of Saint Catherine of Siena

Discover the places in Siena linked to Santa Caterina, patron Saint of Italy and Europe that was born and raised in this magnificent city. Together with an expert local guide, you will visit the Saint's birthplace, where today the beautiful sanctuary is located, and the basilica where the young woman joined the Dominican Tertiaries and in which the relics of the Saint are still preserved. The tour will allow you to discover St. Catherine's commitment to the Church, and to the people – at Santa Maria della Scala, the antique hospital where Saint Catherin dedicated her work to charity and assistance to those in need.

from $13.75
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