A Little dream of Tuscany

Don’t just dream about it, book it! A little dream in Tuscany group tou will be the highlight of your first, second or third travel to Italy.

Florence

The Renaissance spirit was Florentine. Extracting details from the ruins of its Roman past, the city’s creators proudly dusted off ancient forms and brought them to light. First incorporating the elements as inventive details in structures, meant to illuminate their brilliance from a buried past. So they then extended into entire compositional arrangements and highlighted the unmatched architectural masterpieces that made up one of the most unmistakable cityscapes in the world and hystorical one. Florence inspires with its Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, Duomo, the Uffizi and Accademia museums, markets, gardens and squares. The definition of a little dream of Tuscany!

Siena

Experience how Siena’s charming streets through its quaint quarters pull you into its heart: the Piazza del Campo. The contrade neighbourhoods you pass through are the font of beauty and pride. The Palio horse race is held in the seashell shaped square twice each year.

San Gimignano

Discover “The Manhattan of the Middle Ages.”  San Gimignano, the town of towers, offers those who stroll its streets the opportunity to enjoy the art and architectural treasures of its historic facades. The masterpieces born of family feuds were meant as ostentatious demonstrations of importance and ascendancy. Try our cultural “Treasure Hunt” for local sites and hidden gems, a unique way to explore in-depth the culture and history of this special place.

Volterra

And we will visit the formerly Etruscan hill settlement, the city is believed to have been continuously inhabited since the 8th century B.C. With so many layers of lives and a distinctly mediaeval appearance, it is no wonder that it lends itself as the ideal setting for vampire novels and films. No need to fear what follows dusk here, as the warm glow of the city lights cast off any would-be covens.  But then during the day, we’ll also visit the alabaster producers and museums.


Various tours are available to you. You can customize your tour to fit your travelling needs.

From our gusto, classico, activo group tours.


What more to do in the Tuscan province?

The Tower of Pisa

The tower of Pisa is and will always be one of the most famous destinations of Italy! Not only will you see this amazing tower you can also climb to the very top. Known of the place where Galileo Galilei did multiple experiments and tested many theories. Duomo di Pisa is also an architectural highlight and a must-see structure.

The town of Lucca

Lucca is known throughout Italy for its fantastic medieval city walls that still encircle most of the historic old town. Originally this city was founded by the Etruscans and was then a Roman colony around 180 BC. During the Roman era, Lucca served as an important meeting place for Julius Caesar and Crassus.

Most restaurants in Lucca offer not only tortelli lucchese but also the other local specialties: a soup of farro (a barleylike grain) with beans; fried everything; rabbit in many forms; and baccalà (salt cod). Things have not changed much; the Lucchese remain set in their ways.

Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme is famous for its thermal waters and can be considered one of the biggest “spa towns” in Italy. At the turn of the 20th century, the amount of hotels started growing and so did the need to combine the thermal bathing with fun, relax and sport.

A Little dream of Tuscany can be your next trip.

So many places and ideas for your next trip to Italy. It doesnt have to be a trip in just one region. Go browse our website to see all the group tours we offer that include excursions from North to mid and to South Italy.

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