Tuscany has gone through more than 2000 years of history: it was inhabited by the mysterious people of the Etruscans and by the great Roman civilization, was the birthplace of the Renaissance and some of the most famous artists, writers and scientists of the past. Tuscany for this preserves a historical and artistic heritage and unique in the literary world.

There are many good reasons to choose to visit Tuscany.
Many decide to spend their vacation in Tuscany in order to appreciate the extraordinary artistic and cultural offer, while others prefer a holiday in the nature of the wonderful Tuscan landscape. Lovers of good food and wine enthusiasts are in Tuscany to enjoy the simple and authentic flavors of dishes and local wines. Walkers choose instead the trails of the mountains, cyclists curvose the hills, lovers of the sea coasts and islands. Foreign students ultimately choose Tuscany to learn Italian language and culture.

There are so many interesting things to see and do in Tuscany that it is sometimes hard to choose where to start. Certainly Florence, Siena and Pisa are among the main destinations, but the list of the “city of art” Tuscan is much longer and includes Arezzo, Cortona, San Gimignano and Lucca, to name a few.

LENGHT 4 days / 3 nights
THEME History and culture, Art cities
Cod. Tour 0517
Accomodation in Hotel 3* or 4* Full European breakfast daily
Full Board Beverages
English speaking guide
eluxe motor coach during the entire trip. Fee entrances.
Personal expenses and optional activities [

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Day 1: <strong>Montecatini</strong>

Arrival in the late afternoon at Montecatini, an elegant spa town in the heart of Tuscany and the ideal starting point for a wide range of excursions to the most famous parts of Italy. Welcome cocktail, dinner and overnight stay

Day 2: <strong>Pisa - Lucca</strong>

Departure after breakfast for Pisa and guided visit to the Piazza dei Miracoli, where the city’s most important monuments are situated, including the world-famous Leaning Tower, the Cathedral, a masterpiece of Pisan Romanesque architecture, the Baptistery, the largest in Italy, with excellent acoustics that are demonstrated every half-hour, and the Monumental Cemetery. Free time and lunch in a restaurant near the Leaning Tower. Guided visit in the afternoon to the splendid city of Lucca, noted for its intact walls around the city centre, with a walk through mediaeval alleys with their wealth of traces from several periods, like the Cathedral, the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro and the Piazza Napoleone. Return to hotel at the end of the afternoon for dinner and overnight stay

Day 3: <strong>Florence</strong>

Full day dedicated to visiting Florence, the cradle of Renaissance art and culture. The city centre is like an open-air museum, with a local guide for visits to the main monuments, including the Piazza del Duomo with the Cathedral and the Baptistery, the Piazza della Signoria with its famous statues, the Palazzo Vecchio and finally the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Lunch in a restaurant and afternoon free for shopping or a visit to one of Florence’s museums, like the Uffizi Gallery, certainly the most famous, the Accademia Gallery or the Palazzo Pitti. Return to hotel for dinner and overnight stay

Day 4: <strong>Siena - San Gimignano</strong>

Full-day excursion to Siena and San Gimignano. After meeting the guide in Siena, a visit to the Piazza del Campo, where the traditional Palio horserace is run, the Cathedral and the Palazzo Pubblico. Free time for a stroll in the characteristic streets of the old city centre followed by lunch in a restaurant. The guided visit continues in the afternoon to San Gimignano, a charming mediaeval town in the heart of Tuscany, enclosed by walls and famous for its 16 towers, which have earned it the name of the “Manhattan of the Middle Ages In the afternoon return to hote, dinner and overnight.

Day 5: Return

After breakfast departure for your home destination.
Tramonto a Firenze - Sunset in Florence
Siena Piazza del Campo
Pisa Piazza dei Miracoli - Torre di Pisa
Lucca piazza dell'anfiteatro
Firenze ponte vecchio
Firenze Uffizi

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