Our ‘Taste of Tuscany’ tour spans 7 days and takes you to some of Tuscany’s most renowned locations allowing you to experience some of the many treasures this wonderful region has to offer from the wonderful tour locations, sumptuous regional food and wine whilst connecting you with the locals. Staying at a traditional family run Tuscan Villa you will see how life is not only within the townships but on the land.learn more
Our ‘Soggiorno in Tuscany’ tour spans 14 days and is for travellers who have the time to truly indulge in this wonderful region. Our Tuscan tour will delight and inspire you; indulging in Tuscany for 14 days gives you the opportunity to really connect with the region in a special way, whilst not touring you will have the opportunity to relax by the pool and also learn how to cook traditional Tuscan dishes by one of our local chefs.learn more
A memorable week in Tuscany visiting iconic sights and immersing yourself in the Tuscan cuisine and wine including gourmet cooking classes. This is a balance between the ultimate culinary experience and the best of our Taste of Tuscany tour incorporating, stunning scenery of rolling hills, vineyards, olive groves, memorable locals, events and the unpretentious beauty of the region.learn more
Our leisurely cycling tour will meander through this beautiful land of vineyards, olive groves and stunning scenery with medieval villages in the distance shaping the landscape and mesmerising you to another time. Stopping for a picnic lunch or lunch at a local trattoria will energise the body for your onward journey. This tour combines your cycling passion with an authentic experience of the Tuscany highlights.learn more
What better way to experience Tuscany than on a Vespa! Drive through the hills of Tuscany to iconic locations taking in the true beauty of this region. Travel as a local, not a tourist as you indulge in regional food, wine and all things Tuscan.learn more
Enjoy the stunning scenery of Tuscany whilst leisurely walking the plains, low valleys and hills of Tuscany whilst stopping for a picnic or wine tasting along the way. We won’t have you walking every day! These days we will travel by car to other iconic locations in the region and have you connecting with the locals whilst enjoying regional food and wine.learn more
Design a tour to visit your desired locations. Celebrating a special event? Let us mark the occasion in a truly memorable manner. Tours of Tuscany will help you celebrate an anniversary, milestone or the simple joy of togetherness in style. Our tailored tour option allows you to specifically design a tour to your requirements.learn more
Write to us about the places within the Tuscan region that you would like to have on your itinerary and we will tailor a Tuscany tour specifically to your requirements.
Celebrating a special event? Let us mark the occasion in a truly memorable manner! From intimate dinners to large group functions we’ll help you celebrate an anniversary, milestone or the simple joy of togetherness.
Enclosed by stone walls, dating back to the Etruscan & Roman times this small charming town sits 600 meters above sea level. The setting for the movie and book ‘Under the Tuscan Sun’, this town is small but offers many interesting places to visit. Visit the many boutiques, art galleries, Il Museo dell’Accademia Etrusca in the town centre is a very popular location or stroll to the ‘high point’ and visit Chiesa di Santa Margherita, where the Saint’s remains are encased high on the altar.
The famous wine-growing area of Italy would have to be one of the most beautiful in the whole region. With it’s main borders being Siena & Florence this stunning region also extends further beyond. With over 200 Cantine, this is truly this wine lovers haven.
This small medieval township really is a step back in time, once known as ‘Town of Fine Towers’ is now a UNESCO Heritage site. With its stunning architecture and still approximately 12 of its tower houses still standing there is plenty for the tourist to visit. This township houses many stores which offer a very broad range of painted ceramics as well as leather ware and alabaster. Two wonderful piazzas where you can simply stroll, visit a museum or climb a tower for a breathtaking view of the Val d’Elsa, or simply sit and enjoy a delicious gelato purchased from the award winning Pluripremiata Gelato Shop, winner of the best ice cream in 2006/ 2007, 2008/ 2009.
Take a step back in time and visit this gorgeous medieval city. The spectacular Piazza del Campo, where the famous bareback horserace is held is a must see, in the Piazza del Campo you can also visit the ‘Torre del Mangia’, built in 1338; climb the 400 steps to the top to get spectacular views over the rooftops of Siena, visit to Il Duomo is a must afterwards simply stroll the streets and enjoy the ambience and the various delights Siena has to offer, from the little food stores which offer lots of tempting treats to the beautiful stores offering hand painted ceramics and leather ware.
The home of the composer ‘Puccini’. A compact and beautiful city with many wonderful sites including Il Duomo di San Martino, dating back to 6BC and il Duomo di San Michele. Walk or cycle around the walls of this gorgeous city, or simply get lost in its beauty.
Situated between Montepulciano and Montalcino. Pienza is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which dates back to the 14th century and very famous for its Pecorino cheese. It was the home of of Aneneas Silvius Piccolomini who later become Pope Pius II and had the village rebuilt into a Renaissance town.