Enjoy the timeless of Tuscany city
Start in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance. Experience the art and culture that the city has to offer. Enjoy traditional food and superb wines in the Brunello, Chianti or Mugello regions. Visit Siena, San Gimignano, Pisa, and the Etruscan sites. Stop by at the Argentario and enjoy the Tyrrhenian Sea. Discover Umbria on your way to Rome, the Ethernal City.
Florence it’s a city of art, food and fashion.
Let’s start with a walking tour of Florence; the city center is very small so it is easy to visit on foot. Your personal assistant will pick you up at your hotel and walk you through Santa Maria Novella, The Duomo, Via Tornabuoni, and the Palazzo della Signoria, (where the Medicis ruled the city.) A walk on the Ponte Vecchio allows you to admire the handmade jewelry in the stores across the Arno river. If you are passionate about art, you are in the right place. There are more than twenty museums in the city, such as the Uffizi Gallery, the Pitti Palace, the Museo del Bargello, the Accademia (home of the original David) and many others. Plan at least one day each! We can help you to fulfill your artsy desires. You can spend one day in the Chianti countryside, visiting our wineries and tasting Tuscany and Supertuscany wines or at the Marchesi Antinori winery followed by a lunch in a local restaurant. What about a day playing on one of the most exclusive golf course in Europe?
Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano are medieval cities nearby Florence, perfect for a day trip in the Chianti vineyards. Admire the Siena's Duomo and the gothic architecture, the famous Piazza del Campo, where the Palio horse race among the different contrade is held twice a year. Discover why San Gimignano is called the town of the fine towers. We offer daily trips to little villages, like the walled medieval Monteriggioni, Certaldo, Vinci the home town of Leonardo, or Castelfalfi on the hills of one the most exclusive golf courses. All trips include luncheon and wine tasting in exclusive vineyards.
On the way to Rome we can stop along the coast of Monte Argentario, in the south of Tuscany, the Maremma region. There are several beaches and coves that can be explored by winding paths or by boat.
If you prefer the inland, we suggest a stop in the medieval Gubbio, definitively the food capital of Umbria, also known for the ceramics, and the narrow alleys and the steep slopes of the historical centre to fully enjoy the medieval atmosphere.
Explore Rome, the eternal city, the classic Colosseum and Foro Romano. Visit the Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, Vatican gardens and Saint Peter's Cathedral. Shop in the Dolce Vita district, Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna and Fontana di Trevi areas. Dine in a traditional Roman trattoria in the Trastevere district.
Are you interested in one of our tours? Contact us to create your own.These tours are some examples of what you can experiencedo in Italy. Most of our tours are customized based on your interests and passions.