Tuscany offes you all it takes to have a unique italian holiday. The scenery offers gentle hills, silvery olive trees, endless rows of cypress trees as well as culture, history and all forms of art. Excursions to major cities of interest are offered at all times. Here are some examples:
Arrival at about 11.00 a.m. near the Colosseum. Free time for individual visits to the famous monuments as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and historical center as the Trevi fontain square, the Venice square and the Spanish steps. Lunch (option) in a typical restaurant. On foot citytour: visit to the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and S. Peter's Church and stops on the way for photo shooting. Departure about 5.00 p.m.
Leaving from Piombino via Ferryboat at 9.00 a.m., arrival in Portoferraio at about 10.00 a.m. Visit to Napoleon’s villa followed by a sightseeing tour of the island on the bus. Arrival in Marina di Campo for Lunch (option) in a typical restaurant. Departure for Porto Azzurro and visit of the ‘little-Mine’ and a small wine tasting break of the local wine ‘Aleatico’.
Florence is the world most famous art hub. Arrival at about 10.30 a.m. On foot city tour with a local guide and visit of the most famous monuments, Ponte Vecchio, Dome and Piazza della Signoria. Lunch in a typical Restaurant (option), Free time in the afternoon.
Visitors who are interested in art and architecture definitely find a treasure in this town. The last part of the road up to Montalcino leads through the breathtakingly beautiful landscape where vineyards alternate to vastly extended forests. Weekly excursions are offered.
Siena was able to maintain its medieval city plan, including the ancient town walls and gates - this makes of Siena one of the most beautiful towns in Tuscany. It is famous for its horse race ‘Palio’ which takes place on Piazza del Campo. Siena is also called the town of the thousand churches. Just to name one: San Domenico Church. Weekly excursions are offered.
The skyline is characterised by its numerous towers which are silhouetted against the hills of the upper Elsa valley opposite Volterra.
The Chianti area with its lovely hills and unique beauty is in the very heart of Tuscany. Along the road crossing this area you can find lovely vineyards where wine and olive oil are sold.
The town is dominated by the palace like fortress of the Orsini Family. On the inside there is a museum with archaelogical findings and pieces of art. In the Jewish district there is a synagogue.
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