PISA - FLORENCE (outdoor walking tour with the option to book tickets for museum tours in advance)
Visit two of Italy's most fascinating cities, each of which boasts a wealth of artistic treasures. This is a fantastic opportunity to admire some of history's most stunning masterpieces in real life. Visit the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa, where you'll find the famous Leaning Tower. Stroll through the elegant streets of Florence, lined with majestic buildings and breathtakingly beautiful piazzas. Upon request, you can book tickets in advance for the Galleria dell'Accademia (home to Michelangelo's famous David) and the Galleria degli Uffizi (one of the largest art collections in the country).
PISA - LUCCA
Visit two of Italy's most fascinating cities, each of which boasts a wealth of artistic treasures. This is a fantastic opportunity to admire some of history's most stunning masterpieces in real life. Visit the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa, where you'll find the famous Leaning Tower. Lucca is the perfect example of a medieval city. Known as "the city of 100 churches" for obvious reasons, it offers visitors the chance to step back in time and soak up the distinctive medieval atmosphere.
SIENA - SAN GIMINIANO
Visit the city of Siena, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 and known worldwide for its famous horse race, the Palio. Set in a vast landscape of rolling hills, Siena is the quintessential Tuscan city. After a bite to eat, you'll set off for San Gimignano, famous for its medieval tower houses which stand out from the landscape. It is also well-known for saffron, an excellent white wine and extra virgin olive oil, produced on farms which surround the hill at the foot of the town.
GULF OF BARATTI - POPULONIA
In southern Tuscany, overlooking the sea in the Gulf of Baratti, there are even more villages which give us an insight into ancient times: the Etruscans inhabited this area as far back as the 8th century BC, taking advantage of the natural metal deposits in the hills. After visiting the remains of the ancient city of Populonia, you might enjoy relaxing on the sun-drenched beaches on the coastline or, if you prefer something more active, you could explore the ancient Acropolis and Necropolis.
CINQUE TERRE and PORTOVENERE
These tiny villages, part of the Cinque Terre National Park, overlook a charming stretch of the rugged Ligurian coastline. Along with Portovenere, they were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. This is the perfect excursion for anyone interested in nature walks, offering the opportunity to discover the thriving Mediterranean flora while enjoying the gentle and refreshing sea breeze
The perfect tour for food and wine enthusiasts! The Chianti area offers a series of unique walks: rolling hills and broad expanses of vineyards, olive groves and ancient hilltop villages. This is an amazing opportunity to sample traditional flavours, dishes and local products surrounded by some of the world's most striking landscapes.
This area is particularly well-known for producing excellent wines. Bolgheri, mentioned in Giosuè Carducci's famous poem, "Davanti a San Guido" [In front of San Guido], is known for its picturesque avenue of centuries-old cypress trees leading the way to the village walls and, in the opposite direction, stretching as far as the eye can see, down to the vast expanse of the sea. This excursion includes a stop-off at a winery, where you can sample Bolgheri wines, produced by important local estates; there will also be an opportunity to dine in one of the traditional restaurants inside the village walls.
You will get the chance to visit outlets of some of the most famous and prestigious Italian brands, the epitome of style and elegance, where you can take advantage of significant discounts ranging from 40-70%.
The outlets you can visit are:
- The Mall
- Barberino designer outlet