If looking to discover all the secrets of the "Cradle of the Renaissance" and admire the city from every point of view, well then a Vespa tour of Florence is definitely the right choice. Thanks to its handy and safe steering, you’ll be able to wander the streets of the historic center, admiring the ancient city and its monuments all while cruising on an Italian classic. The whole city will be fully accessible thanks to your rental Vespa.
The historic center, in fact, is generally forbidden to most vehicles, but not for you, since your electric Vespa will be able to move about in total freedom, quickly reaching the places of interest with an emphasis on fun.
You will pass through places where history has left its indelible tracks, followed by a few stops to take souvenir photos and then set off again to discover more Florentine excellence, typical products and craft shops, all fully accessible thanks to your rental Vespa.
An electric Vespa experience in the Chianti hills not to be missed. An alternative itinerary in Chianti with a tasty packed lunch to be consumed during your Tour in Chianti. The first stop is the Pasticceria Buonamici; family-run, from generation to generation they have passed on the experience and passion of an activity that fills its customers with joy. In this stop you will find your basket full of goodies for your journey and your adventure. Then you will move to the second destination: the Verrazzano Castle. The ancient cellars of the Castle date back to the sixteenth century where the aging takes place in Slavonian oak barrels placed along the corridors, protected from temperature changes. Oak casks are also used. Visiting the cellar, surrounded by the aromas of the precious oak barrels, you will get to the heart of the Castle, where are kept the selections of the best vintages since 1924. The third stop will be the unmissable Greve in Chianti. A beautiful medieval town which is located among the hills, it is one of the largest and most important towns of this territory and it is also famous for the excellent wine produced by the wineries located within the municipal territory. The last stop will be Montefioralle, a small center just above Greve in Chianti. Among stone alleys, overlooked by characteristic houses that climb up to the village, you will discover a jewel of rare beauty and you will be enchanted by views never seen before.Book Now
The Florence Night Tour includes some destinations that will be unmissable, famous destinations of great impact in Florence. Starting with an aperitif at Colle Bereto Lounge Bar, restaurant and Privé Club. We recommend you to enjoy an excellent aperitif and then move to the second destination to dine and enjoy refined, local and traditional dishes that will amaze you at La Loggia del Piazzale Michelangelo that also offers a magnificent view of the immense city. And to end the evening in beauty you can not not try one last cocktail at the Locale. An infallible destination!Book Now
Chianti is a land of strong traditions, where the hard work of man has made it unique and beautiful. The tour includes driving along the Chianti road admiring the hills with its long rows of vines. Visit one of the most beautiful and historical castles and explore the historic villages of Chianti. Chianti offers to those who visit a succession of unique landscapes, characterized by rolling green hills, large expanses of vineyards and olive groves, small villages, characteristic churches and stone farmhouses. The landscapes of Chianti are so beautiful and special that they are often photographed and reproduced in postcards and calendars distributed all over the world.Book Now
Among the itineraries in Chianti, the one that goes from San Casciano in Val di Pesa to Greve in Chianti is one of the most suggestive. San Casciano in Val di Pesa is located almost halfway between the Florence and Siena itineraries, and is an excellent starting point for an eno-cultural itinerary in the Chianti Valley area. The town, enclosed by medieval walls, is obviously one of the most renowned production centres for Chianti Classico, and has a number of sites of interest to tourists: there are numerous parish churches and villas in the vicinity, not to mention churches such as the Suffragio, which also houses the town's Museum of Sacred Art. Continuing through this unique and incomparable territory we come across the splendid Badia di Passignano, a very ancient abbey dating back to the Middle Ages, surrounded by a characteristic row of cypress trees, in whose marvellous cellars a very fine wine is produced: the Chianti Classico Badia a Passignano Riserva. Along the way, a stop in the ancient village of Montefioralle will allow you to experience the medieval atmosphere of Greve in Chianti, another town where it is impossible to separate its history from that of the wine of the same name.Book Now
Greve in Chianti is a cozy town to spend a few moments of pure relaxation among woods, vineyards, olive groves and medieval villages. This little town is a small world that contains many exciting experiences. Even before arriving, you can start to fill your eyes with breathtaking landscapes whether you come from Florence through the Chiantigiana road, whether you come from Siena through the villages of Gaiole and Castellina in Chianti or whether you come from the highway. All the roads that lead to this village in the heart of Chianti are a spectacle of nature: green and lush forests to which at times the farmers have stolen space to plant a vineyard or olive trees interspersed with stone houses with ancient charm and yet always current. As a second destination you will find Panzano in Chianti, an enchanting Tuscan village situated on the top of a hill in the heart of the Chianti Classico area. Panzano has two different access points to the town and, consequently, two different directions to explore it: the first one is more evident coming from Florence or Greve in Chianti, because even if you see the historical part of the town, the most visible impact at first sight is the modern square Gastone Bucciarelli with the stores that, together with the restaurants, outline the narrow streets where you can breathe the typical atmosphere of a Tuscan village, rich in inviting scents and aromas. The alternative entrance to the village of Panzano is from the free public parking lot, which gives direct access to the historical center, where the peculiar narrow streets and the typical medieval architecture are still visible. As a third destination you will find the unmissable Tenuta degli Dei of Tommaso and Roberto Cavalli. A magnificent estate to visit, in the heart of Tuscany. With a company that represents what has always pushed the Tuscan family to dedicate to the land, to wine and to horses, universal symbols of Tuscan typicality. Between tasty wines, a tasting and a unique estate, this little gem will leave you literally amazed! Finally, to conclude in beauty, the last stop of this itinerary will take you to taste the delicacies of the territory at the Restaurant Oltre il Giardino, that besides offering you typical and succulent dishes, you will enjoy a unique view from the terrace on the Tuscan hills.Book Now
Starting from Florence, follow the Via Bolognese, which originally served to reach the upper Saterno Valley and was only later extended to Bologna. Along the way we will immerse ourselves in a progressive change of the road embracing enchanting views until it suddenly pops up in the great plains of Mugello.Book Now
An itinerary to discover the most important villages of the Val d'Elsa that gave birth to important people such as Boccaccio in Certaldo, one of the founding fathers of the Italian language together with Dante Alighieri or Leonardo da Vinci. A land that for years was the route to the sea of Florence, as well as crossed by the famous Via Franchigena. Hardly anywhere else in Italy is history as topical as in Val d'Elsa. And not only for the architecture that remains intact in at least three conspicuous places: Certaldo, San Gimignano and Colle. In the Val d'Elsa, history is a living book, to leaf through its pages is to reason with the people, it is to become inebriated by the scents, saturated with the flavors, enchanted by the landscapes.Book Now
There are many castles and fortresses around Florence, many of them to protect the Renaissance city. The history of these places is often linked to the names of illustrious noble families and one of them are definitely by Conti Guicciardini of the Castle of Poppiano. This tour will take you to the countryside above Florence in the lesser known part of the Florentine hills that look at the Valle d'Elsa, countries like San Quirico in the Hill and Montes.... famous for its famous wine festival held in September.Book Now
Strolling through the historical center, you are struck by the Duomo or Cathedral of Santo Stefano: "I look out the window, and leaning a little to the side, I see the marble front of the Duomo, with white and green stripes, the Pergamo by Michelozzo and Donatello, hanging like a nest at the corner of the facade, and the beautiful bell tower that served as a model for Giotto's bell tower". This is how Curzio Malaparte describes with a splendid glance the Cathedral of Prato, succeeding in catching the most interesting elements: the façade, the alberese-serpentino dichromate, the external pulpit and the bell tower, and the wide use of that green marble of Prato, the typical stone of Monte Ferrato, used in the great Romanesque and Gothic buildings of the Middle Ages. Another work that reflects the historical splendor of Prato is the Emperor's Castle, the only Swabian architecture in Central and Northern Italy. The history of Prato is also very much linked to the Medici family and to Florence, Lorenzo the Magnificent had the Villa of Poggio a Caiano built in 1480, by the trusted architect Giuliano da Sangallo and it will become an example for the future in the construction of elegant country villas. The itinerary takes you to discover the major historical sites of a city always in evolution. Une autre œuvre qui reflète la splendeur historique de Prato est le château de l’empereur, la seule architecture souabe dans le centre et le nord de l’Italie. L’histoire de Prato est également très liée à la famille Médicis et à Florence, Lorenzo le Magnifique a fait construire la Villa de Poggio un Caiano en 1480, par l’architecte de confiance Giuliano da Sangallo et il deviendra un exemple pour l’avenir dans la construction d’élégantes villas de campagne. Así describe Curzio Malaparte con una espléndida mirada la Catedral de Prato, logrando captar los elementos más interesantes: la fachada, el dicromato alberese-serpentino, el púlpito externo y el campanario, y el amplio uso de ese mármol verde de Prato, la piedra típica del Monte Ferrato, utilizado en los grandes edificios románicos y góticos de la Edad Media.Book Now
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