Famous worldwide, centre of the Renaissance, home of fine arts and literature, Florence contains in its corners some of the most brilliant examples of Italian and Western culture, such as Michelangelo's David, Brunelleschi's spectacular dome, Giotto's bell tower and the romantic Ponte Vecchio.
Pisa, renowned worldwide for its Leaning Tower, definitely deserves more than the usual day stop which traditionally occurs on tourist routes.
Lucca, founded 180 B.C. on a lesser branch of the Auser, initially had the function of defending the surrounding territory that had been theatre of a violent conflict between Ligurians and Romans; for this reason the walls were rapidly built. In time numerous public and private buildings were built, among them a theatre and an amphitheatre.
A wonderful city that is the home of some of the most precious medieval art and architectural treasures. Siena offers a never-ending number of cultural sights and interests for travelers: the unique “Palio” and wine tasting in the old wine bars, romantic walks along the narrow alleys and excursions outside the city in the Siena Chianti area and in Val'Orcia.
San Gimignano is an old town that dates back to the 9th century, lying in the green Val d’Elsa hills. It is surrounded by high walls and the city experience a period of splendor in the 13th century when luxurious palaces, wonderful churches and huge towers were built.
Leonardo da Vinci was born here in 1452 and spent his childhood in this picturesque village. We'll visit the Leonardo’s house and the Museum of Leonardo, housed inside the castle of Guidi Counts. This museum is one of the largest and has the most unusual collections of machines and models made by the genius of the Italian Renaissance. To feel the spirit of Leonardo’s land there will be a wine tasting...
Travelling by boat around the “Five Lands” is more than romantic. Today you can discover one of the most amazing and enchanting landscape in the world.
Long the marble road we can admire a lot of skill workers who are climbing the marble caves. We’ll visit a sculptor art studio in the heart of the marble mountain, which seems like an open-air exhibition, and learn at close quarters about the history and working of marble.
The town rises on a hill clad in olive groves and vineyards which yeld the renowned Brunello wine.For everybody who want to approach the exclusive wine: the Brunello of Montalcino.You will discover this fascinating town, walking through the old streets.
Perched on a secluded hilltop stands this town, designed as an ideal Renaissance city. The humanist Pope Pio II ,commissioned Bernardo Rossellino to redesign his native village, the name Corsignano.
This town of outstanding Renaissance beauty overlooks Valdichiana. Many artists as Michelozzo, Antonio da Sangallo the Elder, Baldassarre Peruzzi contributed to its fine architecture and it was the birthplace of Agnolo Ambrogini, known as Politian (from the mediaeval name of the locality, “Mons Politianus” ).
Our tours depart daily from Montecatini Terme. These are daily tours from Montecatini Terme available throughout the year. We arrange the same trips from Lucca and Pistoia.
Join our Tour of Volterra every day at 10 am and 2 pm, lenght 2,30h, Price: 49 euroOnly few towns in the world can offer a clear image of past civilizations. Volterra is a heaven of Etruscan, Roman and Medieval art. Perched high up on a hill top the town offer a spectacular view of olive groves and vineyards.
Pistoia was founded by the Etruschi. The town is very rich of mediaeval and renaissance monuments. Duomo square represents one of the most suggestive squares of Italy. Pistoia is an ideal destination for those tourists who want to know a typical Tuscany town, far away from tourism mass.
This is a half day tour wonderful for couples with children as we’ll visit the famous Park of Pinocchio. Also good for lovers of plants and flowers as the village of Pescia is well known for the flower production.