Florence Running Tour
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On 2015/10/06
Raoul said:

Perfect way to get to know Florence

Do this running tour shortly after arrival in Florence. The running guide shows and tells you about the Highlights.

On 2015/09/22
Maria Jimenez said:

Great way to explore Florence

I couldn't recommend this more! If you are looking for a fantastic way to see the city without the crowds, I highly recommend this tour. Marco, the guide, is incredibly knowledgable on the history of Florence and will give you just general tips along the way (best gelato, wine, etc). If you enjoy running and a good tour of a beautiful city, this tour is for you!

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Join this early-morning active tour and enjoy the city during those breathtaking first hours of the day!

Highlights of the Florence Running Tour include:

  • Behold the stunning exteriors of the Duomo (Cathedral) and Giotto's Bell Tower
  • Spy the must-see sites from the perfect vantage points and take in the best views over the city
  • Bound along ancient streets and through magnificent piazzas, including Piazza Signoria, Piazza Repubblica and Piazza Pitti (where sits the Pitti Palace)
  • Go out through the ancient city walls, beyond the historical city centre and up to the most spectacular vantage point from a terrace overlooking the whole of Florence - Piazzale Michelangelo
  • Have your breath taken away if not from the uphill run, then certainly by the beautiful views!
  • Continue on by passing the historic and picturesque church of San Miniato
  • Take a lovely avenue back to the centre to finish by the Duomo, in perfect time for breakfast!

The finer details of the Florence Running Tour:

Price: Adults 26 euro; Students (13-17 years) 19 euro

Group size: from 1-8 persons

Meeting time and dates: 6.45am for a 7.00am start Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 1 April to 31 October.

Meeting point: in front of Giotto's Bell Tower, on the side facing the Baptistery in Piazza Duomo, just by the façade of the Duomo (Cathedral).

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