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Escape the city traffic for an Italian-style joy ride through the stunning Tuscan hills. Climb aboard a vintage Vespa and follow a guide out of Florence and along scenic country roads that wind past vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees. Enjoy the freedom of the open road as you travel through the world-famous Chianti wine region with style and ease.
Indulge in the decadence of Tuscany on this gourmet food tour of Florence! During a walking tour of this picturesque city, your local guide will share information about Tuscan cuisine and what makes it so special. You'll enjoy samples of regional specialties from some of the top food markets in the city where you'll meet the friendly proprietors. Try truffle panini, Tuscan olive oil, handmade chocolate, focaccia, and gelato, washed down with prosecco and Chianti wine.
Experience the best that Italy has to offer with this excursion that combines wine tasting and a Fiat 500 tour. Departing from Florence, hop behind the wheel of a gorgeous 1960s model and journey into the Tuscan hills with your convoy. Then, park your classic ride at a 15th-century wine estate and villa.
Immerse yourself in Italian culture with a 5-hour cooking class in Florence’s Chianti region. Get a hands-on experience creating high-quality Italian food on a charming farm in the Chianti countryside. Learn to make the famous Tagliatelle with meat sauce, tomato bruschetta, and a delicious tiramisu. Visit a local winery nearby and enjoy samples of the region’s wines that can accompany your delicious meal.
Marvel over Renaissance masterpieces and historic treasures at one of Florence’s most popular museums on this guided tour of the Accademia Gallery. Skip the queues with fast-track entrance, then learn more about the museum’s highlights with the help of a certified guide. Stand in awe before Michelangelo’s original ‘David’ sculpture; admire works by artists like Giambologna and Botticelli; and see rare musical instruments, including a 1690 Stradivarius in the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini.
When visiting Florence, don’t miss a day trip to the scenic, gourmet paradise of the Tuscan countryside. On this small-group tour, visit the remarkably well-preserved medieval town of Siena, home to a magnificent cathedral and the famous Palio horse race. Indulge your taste buds with a seasonal lunch and wine tastings at a family-run farm in the Chianti region, and wander the storybook streets of the UNESCO-listed village San Gimignano. Group size is limited to 14 for a more personalized experience.
Treat yourself to a winemaking tour and horseback riding in Tuscany on this 6-hour experience from Florence. Led by an expert guide, ride through Tuscany’s Chianti wine region by horseback, admiring the scenic landscape of vineyards and olive trees as you go. Stop to visit 2 local wine cellar and hear about the region’s winemaking tradition. Afterward, sit down to a flavorful meal of Tuscan dishes, complemented by smooth Chianti wines. Numbers are limited to eight people to keep the experience as intimate as possible.
Immerse yourself in Italian cuisine with this cooking lesson in Florence. The class is a practical, interactive group experience that allows you to learn and enjoy an important part of the culture. You will prepare four courses: an appetizer, a fresh pasta dish such as potato gnocchi and egg pasta, a meat dish like Hunter's chicken, and dessert such as panna cotta.
Spend an evening learning to make a traditional Tuscan meal during this 4-hour cooking class. Learn to make a delicious seasonal 4-course meal from start to finish with the guidance of a knowledgeable instructor, including how to make fresh pasta. After cooking, sit down and enjoy the fruits of your labor with a glass of wine.
As the home of Michelangelo's 'David,' the Accademia Gallery in Florence draws huge crowds. Save hours of waiting in line with a skip-the-line admission ticket, guaranteed to make your vacation smoother. As well as avoiding lines, tour the gallery with a guide and learn things about the paintings that you may otherwise have missed. Plus, choose from several departure times to suit your schedule.
Explore the wonders of the Uffizi Gallery, one of the world's most famous collections of art, with this independent tour. Enjoy a skip the line entry ticket and walk through the museum listening to the informative commentary of the audio guide to see the artwork at your own pace.
This flexible and interactive cooking class is designed just for you based on what you already have in your fridge and pantry. While many online cooking classes require you to pre-purchase a list of ingredients, this class works with what you already have to create rich Italian cuisine. Your virtual instructor offers one-on-one guidance and lets you choose what you want to focus on so you can maximize your time.
Spend a day cycling through the beautiful Tuscan hillsides surrounding Florence. On this full-day bike tour, travel by minivan to a historic abbey tucked into the hills, and slowly descend through the enchanting landscape of vineyards, villas and olive orchards. Stop for lunch at a typical trattoria beloved by locals, and visit a winery for a cellar tour and tastings of wine and olive oil. Take in spectacular panoramic views of Florence from the Etruscan village of the Fiesole, and learn about the area’s history from your friendly guide.
See the world-class collection of one of Europe’s oldest art museums on a 90-minute guided tour of the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence. Skip the long lines with priority access, and head straight for highlights of the massive collection with a knowledgeable guide. Using an audio headset, learn the stories behind masterpieces by Renaissance greats including Michelangelo, Botticelli, and Leonardo da Vinci.
Explore the Tuscan countryside in true Italian style on this half-day Vespa tour from Florence. Get a lesson in riding one of the classic scooters before setting out on scenic country roads that wind through the Florentine hillsides. Please note: Previous driving experience on a Vespa, scooter, or motorcycle is compulsory.
Many visitors are surprised to learn that Florence is home to three “David” statues—but the original masterpiece by Michelangelo is housed within the Accademia Gallery. Feast your eyes on the real thing without wasting time standing in line thanks to priority museum entrance. Whether you want to quickly see the colossal statue and move on or linger among other Renaissance treasures, do so at your own pace.
Skip the line to see Michelangelo’s 'David' on this tour of the Accademia Gallery in Florence. Accompanied by a professional guide, head straight inside the world-famous museum with your priority access ticket and learn about the impressive collection of artwork inside. Witness Michelangelo’s masterpiece and hear about its fascinating history from your guide. Have the chance to check out the artist's unfinished 'Prigioni', as well as works by Renaissance greats like Lippi and Botticelli.
Experience the famous flavors and beauty of Chianti on a half-day wine tasting tour from Florence. Visit three different wineries, where you’ll learn to sample varietals such as Chianti Classico and Sangiovese like a true Italian, and savor typical Tuscan products like olive oil, pecorino cheese, and prosciutto during an included lunch or dinner. A wine-loving guide arranges all transport and logistics for a delicious, carefree day in wine country.
Indulge in a true taste of Florence on this food and walking tour. Led by a foodie guide, travel through the streets of the Renaissance city and stop at the top local haunts. Check out the fresh produce at the San Lorenzo Market, try the bold flavors of an Italian coffee, and peruse a Florentine delicatessen. You’ll sample plenty of specialties along the way, including cheeses, breads, olive oils, gelato, and Italian wine. Numbers are limited to 12 people to ensure an intimate experience.
Three times a week, in the historic center of Florence, there is a special gastronomic experience: the Italian cooking lesson based on pasta!
It lasts about 3 hours and takes place in Florence.
Start the cooking class: four of the most traditional Italian pasta come to life. Three handmade pastas with sauces, meat and vegetable main courses and a dessert are the heart of the culinary experience.
Included in the experiences are water and wine.
At the end of the lesson there is the "food tasting": you will taste what you have cooked.
Vegetarian option available.
Explore Florence cuisine with a local foodie on a 2.5-hour culinary tour of the city that includes tastings at markets, shops, and cafés along the way. Sample Florence foods that range from fresh pasta and truffles to gelato and pastries. This 3-hour tour is limited to 15 people for individual service from the guide, and in between treats, you’ll walk by some of the city’s most beloved landmarks and local neighborhoods.
Explore the hidden passageways of the Palazzo Vecchio on this small-group tour in Florence. Enjoy the opportunity to visit areas of the museum that have historically not been open to the general public, such as medieval stairways and narrow passageways behind hidden doors. Hear about the history of the building and its contents from your local guide. At the conclusion of the tour, head to an historic restaurant int the Medicean district for a traditional Florentine lunch.
We will immerse ourselves in the world of goldsmithing, typical Florentine work and more.
We discover this old craft and its charm from the first to the last step. We melt, pull a silver wire, hammer, cut with a bow saw, file, grind, solder and pulp until we have finished our own piece of jewelry. In just a few hours, you can make your own piece of jewelry that will give you or those who wear it much pleasure.The workshop takes place in my studio in the countryside in Montespertoli (Fi).
In between, there is a snack
In summer you can cool off in the private swimming pool.
You can bring material that has emotive value, but you do not carry, bring it to melt and rework.
You do not need any previous knowledge.
It is a wonderful experience to create a piece of jewelry
Most visitors come to the Accademia Gallery to view Michelangelo’s iconic statue “David,” but there’s plenty more to see here. Several other Michelangelo statues are on display, allowing visitors to see how his technique progressed over the years. You’ll also find 15th and 16th-century paintings, a musical instrument museum, and many works of priceless art.