Trip time! Discover the adventure, wineries and coffee in secluded Impruneta.
Head to sights like Piazza Garibaldi and Florence American Cemetery and Memorial as you discover Impruneta—an area also notable for its countryside.
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Take a trip over Florence’s iconic bridge, spared by the Nazis for its beauty and home to jewelers for more than four centuries.
The “Saint Mary of the Flower” cathedral and its towering dome have come to symbolize Florence.
Art lovers will be in their element in this famous museum, home to the most extensive and important collection of masterpieces in the world.
This former royal residence now showcases the extensive collections of the Medici family, with seven galleries containing some of the finest artworks in Florence.
Palazzo Vecchio is a top museum in Florence with a story of its own. Visit the stunning cathedral and notable monuments in this vibrant area.
Enjoy the beautiful sunsets and explore Piazzale Michelangelo, a favourite green space in Arcetri. Stroll along the riverfront or visit the notable monuments in the area.
The Tuscany Wine and Olive Oil Trail was born to give travelers the opportunity to enjoy the greater Wine area of Tuscany called “Chianti” and in particular the “Chianti Classico” one, with a selection of special wineries and the knowledge of a sommelier on board that will lead the way in the world of Chianti Wines and Olive Oil.
Wine and Olive Oil are the essence and the two kings of Tuscan food and wine culture. There is no Tuscan recipe that doesn't include olive oil in its preparation and doesn't consider a specific wine to be paired with.
Enjoy a full-day tour exploring the scenic countryside towns of Siena and San Gimignano. Discover the awe-inspiring landscape of the Chianti region, enjoy lunch with winetasting on a rural farm, and end the day with a visit to the enchanting commune of Monteriggioni.
Explore the breathtaking Ligurian coast on a tour of Cinque Terre, a small corner of paradise divided into five villages suspended on steep cliffs overlooking the sea; a unique landscape where vegetation and lush vineyards frame a spectacular scenery.
Enjoy a day trip through Tuscany as you explore Italy's most famous wine-growing region and the historic towns of Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa. Along the way, pair your experience with a succulent Tuscan lunch served with delicious regional wines.
Immerse yourself in the Tuscan Chianti countryside, and get ready to prepare an Italian five course menu, using the freshest seasonal ingredients available! The cooking class begins at the cooking studio at 10 am; you will be welcomed with a nice cup of tea or coffee and a slice of home made cake or pastries, while you will receive a review of the lesson of the day.
Discover the best of Florence in a single day with guided tours that take you to all the city’s top sights.
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