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  • Florence: Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano, and Chianti Experience

    1. Florence: Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano, and Chianti Experience

    Your day starts in the morning with a free tour of Pisa, where you will have time to admire the magnificent cathedral, the baptistery, the monumental cemetery and the famous Leaning Tower. Afterwards, you'll move on to a typical winery in the Chianti Hills on the slopes of San Gimignano. There you will enjoy a typical Tuscan lunch accompanied with a good local wine tasting. Following lunch you will discover one of the most beautiful medieval villages of San Gimignano, or the "Medieval Manhattan, where you can explore the maze of cobbled streets, small squares and many local craft stores. Your exciting day continues with a panoramic view of the true Chianti countryside before arriving in Siena, where if desired, your professional guide will let you discover the most important squares, from Piazza del Campo to the cathedral, passing through the most beautiful contrade that charac...

    Tour was planned and time was sufficient for cowering Pisa, Sangimignano with wine tasting and Siena tour, Driver was good and tour guide was efficient in explanation and guiding the best possible key locations across all 3 cities

  • From Florence: Chianti Hills Wineries Tour with Tasting

    2. From Florence: Chianti Hills Wineries Tour with Tasting

    Immerse yourself in Italy's renowned winemaking culture on this tour. Meet your friendly guide at the local partner’s office in Santa Maria Novella Train Station, then leave the city behind as you head out into the Tuscan countryside. Arrive in the charming town of Radda in Chianti and visit one of the town’s traditional wineries. Enjoy a tasting session of 3 regional wines, then have the opportunity to purchase the wines you’ve tasted as well as other local products including olive oil. Afterwards, spend some free time exploring the narrow streets of the town and peruse the local stores for handmade souvenirs. Later, Continue your tour to the next stop of the day, a traditional farm and winery located in the Chianti Hills. Follow your guide on a tour of the entire winery and learn about the winemaking process from grape to glass. Then enjoy another tasting session of 3 Chianti wines a...

    The guide from the service was just ok. She spoke English and was nice but was quiet mostly the entire bus ride and admitted to knowing nothing about wine. The people at the two places we did wine tours were super nice and knowledgeable. Both in beautiful places. The town we went to was nice but also there was one we passed much closer to Florence that would have cut out a lot of driving. Most of the experience was driving.

  • Florence: Walking Tour

    3. Florence: Walking Tour

    Learn why Florence gave birth to the Italian Renaissance on an introductory walking tour through 2,000 years of the city's history. Get a better understanding and appreciation of the background and context of the Renaissance from your expert guide.  Hear about the city’s Roman origins and see landmark attractions, such as the covered bridge of the Ponte Vecchio and the courtyard of the Uffizi Gallery. Marvel at Brunelleschi’s stunning Dome at the cathedral, and see the Baptistery’s golden “Gates of Paradise.

  • Florence: Shuttle Bus to Barberino Designer Outlet

    4. Florence: Shuttle Bus to Barberino Designer Outlet

    Barberino Designer Outlet is the perfect location to find your favorite designer brands at up to 70% off, all year round. Discover more than 120 boutiques, cafes and restaurants, children's play area and free parking, surrounded in a wonderful Tuscan setting, Barberino Designer Outlet offers something for everyone. Select the Shopping Package to get another 10% off all your purchases, a secure point to leave your purchases while you're shopping, and an Italian aperitif. The outlet is conveniently located adjacent to the A1 motorway, just 30 minutes from Florence.

    Excellent trip However the bus station is far from the center and need to be near

  • From Florence: Chianti Wine Tasting Day Trip with Food

    5. From Florence: Chianti Wine Tasting Day Trip with Food

    After departing from Florence, drive to a charming wine estate in the Chianti region. Join a guided tour of the wine cellar to learn about the various stages of wine production. Sit down and taste the various wines that the winery produces, paired with samples of sliced cold meats, bruschetta, and salami. Then, visit a medieval village in the Chianti hills, with some free time to stroll around and take in the laid back local atmosphere.

  • Florence: Guided Walking Tour

    6. Florence: Guided Walking Tour

    Start your walking tour at Piazza del Duomo where you will meet your expert guide. After a short debrief about the Basilica, continue on to the neighborhood of San Lorenzo, the home of the first Medici Palace in Florence and the Medici Chapel. Check out the neighborhood's famous open-air market specializing in leather goods and clothing. Learn more about the Medici family and the part they played in Florentine history from your expert guide as you wander through. Next, come upon the most iconic landmark in Florence: the Duomo. Marvel at the complex comprised by the Baptistery, Brunelleschi’s Dome, and Giotto’s Bell Tower. Nearby, find Dante’s house and the Bargello, a former prison that now serves as an art museum. Stop by Il Porcellino, a bronze boar statue, and rub his nose for luck. Then head to Piazza della Signoria and Loggia dei Lanzi to admire the beauty of the Palazzo Vecchio. ...

  • From Florence: Siena & San Gimignano Day Trip with Lunch

    7. From Florence: Siena & San Gimignano Day Trip with Lunch

    Meet your driver and tour leader in your hotel lobby to embark on a full-day trip to Siena and San Gimignano. Hop aboard a private vehicle for a scenic drive through the rolling hills of the Chianti region, covered with vineyards and olive groves. First up, make your way to the town of Siena, stopping at the Basilica of San Domenico. Inside the church are the relics of Saint Catherine, the patron saint of Siena. Take a stroll to the Piazza del Campo to see the political center of town where the famous horse race Il Palio is held twice a year. From there, meander towards the Gothic Cathedral, which boasts an impressive collection of artworks by Michelangelo, Donatello and Bernini. Along the way, pass by a delicatessen that sells wild boar salami. If you fancy it, you can step inside for a tasting. Then, it’s onward to lunch at a boutique winery surrounded by the Chianti hills and viney...

  • From Florence: Pisa, Lucca, Forte dei Marmi Full-Day Tour

    8. From Florence: Pisa, Lucca, Forte dei Marmi Full-Day Tour

    Dive into a "sea of beauty", and experience many of Italy’s splendid art masterpieces, enjoy spending time at a famous seaside resort and admire the breathtaking landscapes of Tuscany. The beautiful city of Lucca is along the picturesque road from Florence that leads towards the coast. It is a refined city of art, surrounded by renaissance style tree-lined walls which feature beautiful doors and impressive bastions. Begin your tour of the city with a relaxing walk along a stretch of the city walls and enjoy a wonderful overview of roofs, alleys, tower-houses, wonderful churches and aristocratic palaces of the old city, before moving onto the historical town center close by. Discover Piazza S. Michele in the heart of the city, which features a splendid Basilica in white limestone built between the 12th–14th century. Pass by traditional Italian shops overlooking the squares and narrow roa...

  • Florence: Private Pasta-Making Class at a Local's Home

    9. Florence: Private Pasta-Making Class at a Local's Home

    Immerse yourself in a private pasta-making class at the Cesarina's home, learn the secrets of the region's most famous pasta dishes and taste the fruits of your labor accompanied by a glass of local wine. During the lesson the Cesarina will reveal the tricks of the trade for three authentic regional pasta recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test.  Each participant will have a workstation equipped with utensils and all the ingredients to make the dishes. Taste everything you have prepared with a selection of red and white local wines.

  • Florence: Tour of Craft Workshops

    10. Florence: Tour of Craft Workshops

    Join a tour focused on these famous traditions. Immerse yourself in atmospheric Florentine districts like San Frediano, Santa Croce, and Oltrano. Walk down streets full of small businesses like shoemakers and framers. Together with your tour guide, discover numerous processes which take place in Florentine workshops and laboratories. Observe how typical Florentine paper is hand-painted, and how hard stones are worked by the only craftsman who still works with them. Enter the workshop of a Florentine goldsmith and observe him at work. Visit a prestigious framer and an antique dealer. Admire these skilled practitioners at work as you enjoy the authentic side of Florence.

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What people are saying about Florence

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This was one of the most memorable experiences. It was great to be able to walk through the Gallery on our own without the structure of a tour guide. This way everything was flexible and we could choose the areas and artists we wanted to see. We will definitely go back, it's a lot to see and not possible to see it all in one day. We love it!!! Incredible Place!!!

I had the most amazing tour guide. She was beyond impressive with her knowledge. I was blown away with this tour. It was worth every penny. It covered so much of the must sees in Florence. Oksana was truly amazing. She was kind and never stop taking the entire time. She was a wealth of knowledge.

Very good but you still have to line up to redeem the voucher so it's not really a "skip the line" experience. Also the process of acquiring the ticket at the location is confusing.

The procedure for collecting the reserved tickets was very well described. Not having to queue in front of the ticket office was a huge advantage.

Its a must have for who likes arts, i dont, so nothing amazing, just some paintings and estatues