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Sangimignano and Chianti

Deep into tuscan green hills and inviting parfumes.

From the popular village of medieval towers to the area of tasty wines. Plunged into the Sienese countryside, you'll discover places through small villages along the Francigena road.

The towers in San Gimignano dominate the city and make it the picturesque landscape of a postcard. Aroma and scents of open cellars will conquer you as only a good and tasty glass of Chianti wine can do.

Tour in Florence

Walking tour through streets, anecdotes, alleys, and other surprises

Beautiful, simple, interesting and funny; it's easy to discover Florence, its history and its beauties.
Whitin alleys and squares you find a huge building with a big dome, whose popularity arrives up to nowadays as a legend.
The city of Reinassance opens its doors and you can let you guide through history, passion, art and misteries in one single tour.

From Piazza della Repubblica to the Loggia del Porcellino; a slow walk on the Ponte Vecchio with its famous goldsmiths workshops and, following the Vasarian Corridor we arrive to Piazza della Signoria. From the Priors' fortress then renovated as Medicis' house, we'll cross Dante's quarter then to arrive to the impressive cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore.

Tour in medieval Florence

Come and discover the ancient heart of the city, with house-towers, alleys, squares, markets and Guelphs against Ghibellines.
A tour to live the medieval atmosphere of one of the most powerful city in th XIVth century.

Through Piazza del Duomo – with its Cathedral, the Baptistery and the Bell Tower – and Signoria Square, dominated by the imposing Palazzo Vecchio. We'll have a stop in Palazzo Davanzati, first architectural example of medieval house built by a rich family of merchants: from the courtyard inside to the private rooms with some extraordinary frescoes, it will be a step back in time.

Michelangelo in Florence

From the beautiful David to the place where the genius rests.

We'll help you to discover the history around the myth of this extraordinary sculptor and together we'll follow his traces in Florence.
From the beautiful David housed in the Academy Gallery, to the mystic place where the genius Michelangelo rests in peace, the church of Santa Croce.

Michelangelo owes a lot to Florence and his city to him; as a lasting union the immortal genius still lives here.

Firenze and Uffizi

Masterpieces of famous and not artists.

You can't say you have been in Florence if you haven't visited the Uffizi Gallery. One single museum but hundreds of paintings and centuries of history of art, with works from the XIIIth to the XVIIIth century.
For your holiday in Florence the Uffizi Gallery is a must! If you're worried about long lines at the entrance we'll help you to book your ticket and so skip the line.

A famous museum which houses many artists with their unforgettable works: Botticelli, Leonardo, Giotto, Piero della Francesca, Caravaggio, Tiziano, Michelangelo, Bronzino, Pontormo, Raffaello... and many other.

Florence and the Academy Gallery

An Academy...dozens of masterpieces.

In Florence, right in the place where many artists studied the masters of their past, today we admire their best works.
With no doubt, if you want to visit this art gallery it is because you perfectly know that it houses the amazing David, unforgetable and undisputed masterpiece that Michelangelo carved between 1501 and 1504.

But we are sure you will also appreciate that, with the David, the museum offers other interesting works by many artists, as popular as Michelangelo was.


Walking tour in the City of the Palio

From the beautiful and picturesque Piazza del Campo to the splendor of the Duomo. All characteristic streets and alleys of Siena, make it a special gothic city, where every year you can breathe the atmosphere of the Palio and rivalry of contrade, mixed with flavours and aromas of typical products.

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