All Tuscany in one day! - Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Wine Region
from € 570 per person
from € 570 per group
from € 570 per person
from € 570 per group
All Tuscany in one day! - Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Wine Region
from € 570 per person
from € 570 per group
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All Tuscany in one day! - Pisa, Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Wine Region

PRIVATE VIP & SMALL GROUP – All Tuscany In One Day Tour: Pisa, San Gimignano, Chianti & Siena

Duration 10h
10 participants maximum

Tour Length: 10 hours (time flexible).
Dates: Every season.
Departure Point: From your accomodation. Please note that the rate includes a pick-up and drop-off in Florence. Driver can be arranged to pick you from the place you stay in any region within Tuscany.
Departure Time: 8.30 am – return 6:30 pm.
Days of Week: Everiday.
Note: During this excursion transport will be made in a de-luxe limousine or minivan or motorcoach which offers the maximum comfort, with air-conditioning, large panoramic windows and comfortable seats. The price includes scenic stop at Piazzale Michelangelo (heartbreathing view on Florence).

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Enjoy a fully customized private tour, for your family, friends or colleagues

Itinerary: Pisa-Chianti-San Gimignano-Lunch and wine tasting in Chianti-Siena

Lunch with wine tasting and the most attractive sights in Tuscany in only ONE day, at an unbeatable price!

Famous for a wealth of art, history, striking landscapes, quaint towns and outstanding produce, Tuscany really does have it all! This tour is designed for independent travelers who may be short on time and want to see the best that Tuscany has to offer. We take you to Siena, San Gimignano AND Pisa with a wonderful farm fresh lunch at an organic Chianti winery & farm on this full-day guided minivan trip from Florence.

Experience Tuscany’s rich history, art, delicious food and superb wines and meet fellow travelers on this day trip that allows you a good balance of group time as well as free time in each place we visit.

Leaning Tower
And as added value we reach the ancient port town of Pisa, the hometown of the great astronomerGalileo, where you can take a close up inspection of the Leaning Tower of Pisa – to see it first hand is breathtaking!

We visit the Field of Miracles, Pisa’s centrepiece and stage set – home to the Duomo, the Tower and the Baptistery, all exquisite examples of Pisan Romanesque architecture built in the centuries before Pisa’s enemies, Florence and Siena, built their respective cathedrals.

The Leaning Tower is almost 56 meters tall (about 183 ft). Building began in the 1100s but took amost 200 years to complete! It leans at about 4 degrees, making it one of the most famous and iconic buildings not only in Italy but in the world. After restoration work ended in 2001 the tower was opened to the public and today can be climbed.

The “field” (indeed the surrounding area is covered in bright green grass) earned its romantic nickname from Italian poet Gabriele d’Annunzio and is testament to the power the city had long ago in the Middle Ages. A wonderful spot to soak in the elegant sights, take creative photographs or wander off down the local streets, the “Fields of Miracles” always succeeds in capturing the imagination of its numerous and passionate visitors.

Chianti Countryside Drive
From San Gimignano, we travel across some of the most beautiful and enchanting countryside with a patchwork of different panoramas scattered with hilltop hamlets, or little churches. The landscape of Chianti features in much Tuscan art of the Renaissance and it hasn’t changed much since then.

The gentle slopes are still clad with vineyards; olive groves abound; in July and some of August, witness the bursts of yellow from the fields ofsunflowers; in May, see brilliant red poppy fields; and in autumn the woodland, popular with mushroom-hunters, and vineyards color the landscape in red, orange and yellow.

The feeling that time has stopped is hard to avoid, especially when we see in the distance the town of Volterra, one of the first Etruscan settlements dating from around the eight century BC, with stunning views over the valley.

The tour includes:

Pick-up, Trasportation service with english or spanish driver.
Authentic Tuscany Lunch with Wine/Olive Oil/Balsamic Tasting at Chianti wine-farm.

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Tour meeting point

Firenze, Italia
Florence or Chianti Wine Region

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