This full-day tour begins in a conveniently located meeting point in the center of Florence. Climb aboard your air-conditioned vehicle and make your way to the Tuscan countryside. Before leaving city limits, you’ll pause at the Piazzale Michelangelo to take in the views overlooking Florence.
Your first stop in Tuscany is the medieval town of Siena, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its beautifully preserved architecture—with just a small group for company, you’ll enjoy a personal way to discover. Learn about the Palio horse race that’s held here twice every year, and then visit the opulently decorated Siena Cathedral.
Next, you’ll climb back aboard your vehicle and continue to the rolling hills of the Chianti wine region. Stop at a family-owned winery and farm to go for a tour of the vineyards and cellar, learn about the winemaking process, and then settle in for a freshly cooked Tuscan lunch (with glasses of wine to go with).
Once your appetite is sated, you’ll head to your final stop: the medieval town of San Gimignano, known for its soaring towers and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore at your leisure before returning back to your vehicle and continuing to the Piazza della Repubblica in Florence, where the tour ends.