Florence, capital of the region of Tuscany, has a population of of the fine arts and literature. Florence has powerful symbols of around half a million inhabitants. It is a city which bustles with Italian and European culture in every nook and cranny, to the industry and craft, commerce and culture, art and science. The extent that it is hard to identify this city with just one symbol. It Chianti area, between Florence and Siena, has some of the most may be the sculpture of David by Michelangelo, or perhaps the beautiful countrysides in Italy and is famous for it’s fantastic wines. romantic Ponte Vecchio, or Giotto’s bell tower, but Florence could

Florence is an open-air exhibition of art and culture. It is famous worldwide, the heart of the Renaissance aperiod and the home

also be represented by famous people such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo or Dante Alighieri, to name but a few.

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Florence walking tour with aperitif

From £16 per person

Despite its international fame and greatness, Florence is also a small city, whose history is interwoven with that of its passionate citizens for almost a thousand years. Let our guide unravel its unconventional side, visit Florence’s urban scenery that played a leading role in ancient timeless legends. At the end, a well- earned refrigerated aperitif will be waiting for you in an exclusive location of an historical square of Florence. But before this you will have to discover two hidden portraits in Piazza Signoria and learn how to win good luck from the Porcellino. This tour has got something for everyone: all ages and interests. Comfortable shoes suggested.

Small group Accademia Gallery guided tour: skip the line

From £43 per person

This guided tour is a must and will be a discovery for anyone interested in Michelangelo: your professional guide will reveal you some interesting facts about the tormented life of the Tuscan artist, who was not only a sculptor, but also a painter, an architect and a sensitive poet. However, his genius matched his restlessness: his whole life was marked by the continuous struggle between form and content, between his religious devotion and his personal hidden desires. This inner conflict perfectly exemplified by the use of his technique, the world- famous non finito, where an apparent incomplete sculpture seems to literally come out of the block of marble, as if it was always there. An authentic struggle between form and content brought into life. At the end of the guided tour you will have the possibility to stay in the museum for as long as you like.

Day tour from Florence to Siena, San Gimignano, Monteriggioni & Chianti with wine tasting

From £64 per person

Crossing the beautiful Chianti hills, we arrive at the Medieval hilltop gem of Monteriggioni, with its still intact walls. Here you can drink in the history and relive the atmosphere of olden times.
Our day tour continues to the stately Siena, famous for its splendid examples of Gothic architecture and the traditional Palio horse race.
Next, we drive to San Gimignano, famous for its white wine, the world renowned Vernaccia, and its towers, also declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The visit is free for independent sightseeing, strolling around the narrow streets and admiring the relaxing landscape.
At the end of the day tour, we move into the Chianti area, with its picture-postcard landscapes. You have the chance to taste the best Chianti red wine in a rustic wine estate along with home-made snacks and sampling of wines and oil.