Powered by Musement

  • Walking_Tour_of_Florence_with_Wine_Tasting_at_Sunset.jpg
  • Walking Tour of Florence with Wine Tasting at Sunset

    Discover Florence from a new point of view

    Stroll in the alleys of the historic center as your guide takes you to the heart of Florence before indulging in a tasting of Chianti wine. With our expert guide you will have the chance to taste some excellent Tuscan wine while you walk along the streets of the well-known craftsman district ‘Oltrarno’. Stop in a local wine shop to enjoy Chianti wine and bruschettas. Cross the river and the famous Golden bridge, Ponte Vecchio, to reach the religious and political heart of Florence: San Giovanni Square and Signoria Square, where you will admire the majestic Cathedral (exterior) and Palazzo Vecchio (exterior). Here you will stop for a second wine tasting.

  • Tour_in_auto_depoca_nella_Toscana_medioevale.jpg
  • Vintage car tour in Medieval Tuscany

    Not just a tour to the Medieval Tuscan towns, but an opportunity designed to let you live special emotions, driving charming vintage cars.

    It is about life on the road, exploring fascinating places, with particularly fascinating cars, all convertibles, to feel and live more intensively the surrounding environment. The tour will start at 10.00am; you will be taken to planned itineraries on the most characteristic roads and places, driving an old-fashioned car among the stunning landscapes and curvy streets, discovering unique places. Then, you will be back at 7.00pm. Let’s hit the road with a vintage and luxury sport car and leave it all behind: the whole atmosphere will be unique, a real enhancement of your senses.

  • Tour_delle_isole_del_Giglio_e_di_Giannutri.jpg
  • Giglio and Giannutri islands tour

    Start your day early in the morning, get together with your tour leader at the meeting point and start your trip.

    A coach will drive you to Talamone, an ancient town on the Gulf whose port has been an important commercial point for the Etruscans, the Romans and all throughout history. A comfortable boat will be waiting for you. Enjoy the sea breeze on a 1 hour boat ride to the Giglio Island. Once on the island, you will have the chance to explore it by yourself. At lunch time you can chose to jump back on board and continue travelling to Giannutri Island or spend the afternoon keeping exploring the Giglio Island.

  • Carrara,_Pisa_e_Lucca_con_tour_delle_cave_di_marmo.jpg
  • Carrara, Pisa and Lucca with Marble Quarries Tour

    Visiting Carrara marble quarries by 4x4 jeep is an unforgettable experience!

    You will enjoy the charm of exclusive places otherwise inaccessible for visitors on their own. Top quality off road vehicles driven by an expert staff will lead you to an altitude of 900m where your will see breathtaking scenery. After that you will have a short break during which you will taste the unique flavor of the typical sausage Lardo di Colonnata.

    Lucca is situated along the road that leads to the coast from Florence. It is a distinctive city of art and Renaissance style surrounded by walls, interrupted by beautiful gates and ramparts. You will have free time to take a walk along a section of the town walls to enjoy a wonderful view over the roofs, alleys, towers, churches and palaces.

  • Tour_panoramico_di_Firenze_e_Fiesole_con_visita_agli_Uffizi.jpg
  • Florence panoramic guided city tour with Uffizi Gallery

    This tour will take you on a fine coach tour offering panoramic views of the unparalleled beauty of Florence. You will go to Fiesole, a delightful town of Etruscan origin set on the hills overlooking Florence and the Arno Valley.

    The tour continues to the old city centre for a visit to the Franciscan Church of Santa Croce (from the outside). A short walk through the historic streets of the heart of Florence brings you to the famous Piazza Signoria, where you can admire the imposing Palazzo Vecchio (from the outside) and the beautiful Loggia dei Lanzi. The tour continues with a guided tour of the famous Uffizi Gallery where you can admire the superb paintings of Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, Giotto, Cimabue, Masaccio, and many others. The guided tour ends at the Uffizi terrace where you can enjoy an amazing and exclusive view of the city’s most important monuments.

  • Degustazione_privata_di_Chianti_classico_tour_di_una_giornata_da_Firenze.jpg
  • Private chianti classico tasting day tour from Florence

    Enjoy the ultimate in wine-tasting experiences as you spend a chauffer-driven day among the grand estates of chianti country between Florence and Siena.

    Your itinerary looks like this: Meet your private driver at your location in Florence and transfer to Castello di Brolio (1hr 30 minutes), which has dominated the southern Chianti countryside for over ten centuries. Here, you’ll visit the winery museum, garden and private castle of the Ricasoli family, usually closed to public, and taste top wines with a professional sommelier in the formal dining room. It was the Count de Brolio who created the chianti recipe of three different grape varietals in different quantities.

  • Uffizi_Gallery_skip_the_line_tickets_and_tour.jpg
  • Uffizi Gallery: skip-the-line tickets

    Visit the most famous gallery in the wordl!

    With over 1.5 million annual visitors and over 2,200 works on show, the Uffizi can be a hectic experience. Make it easier with express tickets and access to temporary exhibitions and as much time as you need to appreciate the art.

  • Palazzo_Pitti_e_Giardino_di_Boboli.jpg
  • Palazzo Pitti Museums and Boboli Gardens tickets

    You don't want to skip the museums in Palazzo Pitti during your stay to Florence.

    In the old residence of the de’ Medici family, you can visit different museums and gain access to the famous Boboli gardens. The museums included in this ticket are: Palazzo Pitti - the Palace was built by the rich Florentine banker Luca Pitti and is a grand Renaissance building that dates back to 1458. The building is made of a rustic stone that gives it an austere but powerful look that is further reinforced by a series of arch-headed apertures, similar to ancient Roman aqueducts. Cosimo I de Medici’s wife bought the building and had artist and architect Giorgio Vasari enlarge the structure to fit the family’s taste, doubling it in size; Porcelain Museum - found at the top of the Boboli Gardens in a seperate building called the 'Palazzina del Cavaliere', the Porcelain Museum holds the most beautiful work of Porcelain in Europe; Boboli Gardens and Bardini Garden -the Boboli Gardens found behind Palazzo Pitti were the first example of Italian gardens that would later become so popular throughout Europe.