Tours type: Shore Excursions

Firenze – Pisa

We have a morning pick up from the Livorno or La Spezia ports to travel through the beautiful countryside of Chianti (with stops along the way to admire and photograph the magnificent landscapes); only one hour to rustic Florence (Firenze), where you spend hours at local museums, shops, traditional trattorie and amazing gelato! Let’s start…
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Lucca – Pisa

This tour begins with a hour drive through the lovely Tuscan countryside to Lucca. Lucca is a gem of a town encased within its famous walls with lots of charm and narrow medieval streets. The city has some wonderful examples of roman, medieval and renaissance architecture. Lucca also has amazing churches, including the Duomo di…
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Siena – Monteriggioni – San Gimignano

Siena is a remarkable medieval town in the Chianti region that will enchant you with its magical atmosphere. Situated at over 1,000 feet above sea level in the heart of Tuscany, this town is built on three hills. Siena remains intact with its medieval appearance characterized by narrow winding streets and noble buildings. Siena's artistic…
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Volterra – San Gimignano

Volterra is unique among the artistic cities of Tuscany. The combination of its landscapes highlights the change of seasons that contributes to the captivating atmosphere of mystery, melancholy and solitude. The city is built of entirely of stone including the streets, towers, palaces and austere city-walls. The yellow-grey stone is known as “panchino” in which…
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Chianti countryside – Wine Tour to Verrazzano Castle

Chianti is the first name that comes to mind when talking of wine in Tuscany. Situated between Florence and Siena, the Chianti region offers a rare and breathtaking example of how it's possible to cultivate land in complete harmony with nature. Wherever you cast your eyes, vineyards, olive orchards and cypress trees are blended into…
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Cinque Terre – Portovenere

The five hamlets of the Cinque Terre are located on the west coast of the Riviera. They represent a universe apart on the Italian coastal panorama. The villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore were built by peasant farmers who transformed the steep cliffs into fertile terraces to grow excellent agricultural produces (oil, wine,…
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Bolgheri – Suvereto – Populonia – Golfo di Baratti

A journey through poetry, countryside and good wine starting from Bolgheri that ends at the Populonia's Castle. The first stop in the morning is the world-known Avenue of Bolgheri, made famous by Giosuè Carducci's verses, which leads to the village the poet loved so much. Bolgheri has a charm all of its own, near the…
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