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A Perfect Morning in Tuscany Tour

from € 94.00

Unsurpassed stunning views of Tuscany, a great guide, fascinating stories, a famous hilltop town, an exclusive Renaissance Villa, hiking on winding country paths, and a delicious Tuscan lunch with wine.

Pass through the beautiful ‘must see’ hilltop town of Fiesole. See glorious views of Tuscany. Hike ancient paths through Tuscan olive groves and scented cypress woods. 

Experience the sublime Tuscan setting where the makers of the Mona Lisa and the David - the most famous artworks in the world - worked and played. We see where Leonardo da Vinci tested his historic flying machine and the shaded hillside stone works where Michelangelo learnt his craft. 

Visit an exclusive private Renaissance Tuscan Villa featured in two famous films, ‘A Room with a View’ and ‘Tea with Mussolini’, with lovely Italian gardens and more superb views of Tuscany and distant Florence. We then enjoy wine with a delicious gourmet Tuscan lunch on the Villa’s estate.

This great Tuscany tour includes private transport from Florence and a prestigious small group. Bring your Camera!

The finer details of the Perfect Morning in Tuscany Tour:

Prices: Adults - 94 euro; Students (6-17 yrs) - 84 euro; Children (2-5 yrs) - 64 euro; Infants (0-1 yr) - 39 euro.

Included in tour price: guided tour, Tuscan villa visit, private transport to and from Florence, hiking on mixed terrain, small group tour size, and a delicious light Tuscan lunch with wine.

Excluded from price:
optional gratuities.

Tour meeting time and dates: 8.15 am each Tuesday and Saturday throughout May-July and September-October.

Perfect Morning in Tuscany meeting point:
Our Office Via Sassetti, 1 (2nd floor) - see map below.

Tour length:
approx. 5 hours

Minimum participants required to confirm the tour: 4 persons

Maximum participants: 18 persons

Weather: The tour itinerary may be altered or the tour cancelled in cases of wet weather. Please contact us for more information about alternative options.

Please note:
This tour includes 1.5-hour hike including uphill and narrow paths and over mixed terrain. It is extremely important to wear comfortable closed-toed walking shoes. You must be fit and healthy to join this tour. Contact us at staff@artviva.com for alterntaive options if you are not of an average level of physical fitness. For any dietary restrictions, please make a note in the Notes section so we can inform the kitchen and do our best to accommodate your requirements.

FOR LAST MINUTE BOOKINGS CALL OUR OFFICE NOW: ++39 055 264 5033. (Mon-Sat 8am-6pm). The current time in Italy is 11:06 am. 

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On 2013/06/10
vanessa said:

had a fabulous morning with Stephan leading us across the hill tops behind Florence. A great walk in some beautiful county which ended at a great villa. Definitely recommend it and Stephan is a great guide

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