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From Florence: PRIVATE Trip to Pisa, San Gimignano, & Siena

1. From Florence: PRIVATE Trip to Pisa, San Gimignano, & Siena

What To Expect • Stop At: Pisa, Tuscany. A comfortable one-hour drive will take you to Pisa. As soon as you arrive, you will pass by the historic suburbs and encounter Piazza dei Cavalieri, the original political center of medieval Pisa. It was later transformed by Cosimo I de’ Medici into the center for the Order of the Knights of Santo Stefano, created to defend the Tuscan and Mediterranean coasts from Turkish and pirate fleets. • Stop At: Leaning Tower of Pisa, Pisa and its Piazza dei Miracoli have always been a fundamental part of a trip to Tuscany, and despite the presence of the many tourists, the place radiates a timeless, evocative and powerful beauty. Visitors from every corner of the world typically try to keep the leaning tower upright, with a little help from their camera’s perspective, to make for amusing photos! Duration: 1 hour • Stop At: Historic Center of San Gimignano, Tuscany. The beautiful stronghold of San Gimignano is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tuscany. San Gimignano is a treasure of medieval architecture, frozen in time in the year 1300. Above all, it is famous for its ancient towers, which still stand out from its skyline. Don't forget to stop by the famous Dondoli ice cream shop, winner of many awards for the best ice cream in the world. Duration: 1 hour • Stop At: Piazza della Cisterna, San Gimignano, Tuscany. Piazza della Cisterna dates back to 1287. It is located exactly in the center of the city, at a crossroads between the two main streets of the upper medieval village. While the city’s Piazza del Duomo served both as a religious and political center, Piazza della Cisterna was instead used as a local market and as a stage for social gatherings, parties and tournaments. • Stop At: Centro Storico di Siena. Siena is one of the most popular and visited places in Tuscany. It is known throughout Italy for its distinguished medieval architecture. Upon arrival, explore its rich history and art, through its notable local monuments such as the famous seashell-shaped Piazza del Campo and the outstanding Siena Cathedral. Many local shops fill the historic streets of Siena, a great opportunity for you to taste local food or buy some gifts! Duration: 2 hours • Pass by: Cathedral square, Siena. The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is the main location of Catholic worship in Tuscany, and the diocese of Siena. The building is located in the square of the same name in the center of the city. Built in Italian Gothic style, it is one of the most significant and spectacular churches built in Italy. •Pass by: Piazza del Campo, Siena. Piazza del Campo (or simply, il Campo) is the main square of the city of Siena. Unique for its particular and original seashell shape, it is renowned all over the world for its beauty and architectural integrity, as well as for being the place where the Palio di Siena takes place twice a year.

From Florence: Tuscany Day Trip with a Private Chauffeur

2. From Florence: Tuscany Day Trip with a Private Chauffeur

Spend a day exploring the Tuscan countryside on a chauffeur-driven tour. Immerse yourself in Tuscan culture as you visit Siena's main attractions, explore an ancient hilltop town and discover one of Italy's most beloved wine regions. Your day begins with a hotel pickup to take you to the first stop on your sightseeing excursion, Siena. This historical city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous for its Palio, the bareback horse race that takes around its main piazza. Visit the three must-see attractions in Siena, the Piazza del Campo, Palazzo Pubblico, and the iconic Cathedral, one of the few examples of Italian Gothic architecture. Head back to your car and continue your tour of Tuscany with a drive to the walled hilltop town of San Gimignano. Dubbed the Town of Fine Towers, San is renowned for preserving more than a dozen medieval towers. Wander through this ancient city, explore the alleys and see the Piazza del Duomo and the seven towers that surround this town square. End your day of sightseeing with a visit to the Chianti wine region. Marvel at the unforgettable landscapes with its rolling hills, vineyards, and olive groves.

Florence: Private Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Tour

3. Florence: Private Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Tour

Explore the beauty of Tuscany in this tour from Florence to Siena, Castello di Monteriggioni, Chianti, and San Gimignano. Visit medieval towns and villages, and drive through idyllic vineyards, with the option to stop at an organic farm and winery for lunch. Meet your friendly guide at your accommodation and drive in an air-conditioned minivan to see the distinguished medieval architecture in Siena, like the seashell-shaped Piazza del Campo and Siena Cathedral before enjoying a scenic drive to Castello di Monteriggioni. Enjoy the small, fortified village and take a short stroll after lunch at one of the local restaurants. Travel along the Chianti wine road which is rich with castles and villages with a stop to admire a small medieval village surrounded by endless vineyards. Experience a unique dining setting while taking in an amazing Tuscan panorama with lunch at an organic farm in Castellina, with the lunch option. Journey to historic center of the picturesque medieval town of San Gimignano and see its ancient towers.

San Gimignano & Volterra: Private Transfer from Florence

4. San Gimignano & Volterra: Private Transfer from Florence

Spend a full day in the beautiful towns of San Gimignano and Volterra, exploring them at your own pace. Visit as many places of interest as you wish, spending as much time as you want at each destination. Go to Priori square, the Roman theater, and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta. Climb one of the many towers of San Gimignano and much more… Get suggested itineraries if you are not sure on what to see. Be picked up in the morning by your friendly English, or Spanish speaking driver from your hotel in Florence city center, with a transfer back to your hotel at the end of the day. Relax in an equipped minivan with air conditioning and Wi-Fi. The tour will approximately last 8 hours.

San Gimignano: Private Chianti Hills Tuk-Tuk Tour

5. San Gimignano: Private Chianti Hills Tuk-Tuk Tour

You'll depart from the headquarters located in Poggibonsi at 10:45AM, where your wonderful guide will welcome you. From there you will venture then through the panoramic roads of Tuscany and the Chianti hills where you are bound to fall in love with the fields of vines, cypresses, and Tuscan rural houses. Don't forget to bring your camera, as there will be plenty of photo opportunities to capture the eagerly awaited moment and freeze it in time. Your next stop will be to a local winery where the kind owners will take you around their property before serving a wonderful and authentic Tuscan meal complete with a wine and extra virgin olive oil tasting. Following lunch you will hit the rad once again to travel through the iconic Ape Calessino to enjoy the last part of this scenic drive. You will later arrive back to the office at approximately 3:45PM, which will mark the end of your tour.

From Florence: Private Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano Trip

6. From Florence: Private Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano Trip

Discover the best of Tuscany on this full-day trip to some of the region's most iconic locations. After getting picked up from your hotel in Florence, sit back and relax as you travel through the heart of the Tuscan countryside to reach Siena, one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Italy. Your chauffeur will drop you off right in front of the breathtaking Cathedral that sits at the top of the hill so that you can save energy and time. Enjoy some free time to admire the shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, one of the most beautiful squares in Italy, and explore masterpieces by artists such as Duccio di Buoninsegna, Ambrogio Lorenzetti and Simone Martini. Continue your tour with a visit to San Gimignano, another jewel nestled in the Tuscan countryside, mainly famous for its 13 unmistakable medieval towers. Here, where time seems to stand still, admire architectural masterpieces such as the beautiful Collegiata, enjoy the wonderful scenery and sip on a glass of Vernaccia, an excellent white wine that is produced locally. Finally, arrive in Pisa, where you will have the chance to admire the unforgettable Piazza dei Miracoli, a wonderful urban space with immaculate walled lawns watched over by white marble buildings. Your chauffeur will drop you off a stone's throw away from the Leaning Tower so that you can have time to visit the monuments and take unforgettable pictures next to Pisa's most famous landmark.

From Florence: Private GUIDED tour, Siena & San Gimignano

7. From Florence: Private GUIDED tour, Siena & San Gimignano

• Stop At: Siena, Tuscany. Experience Siena through the expert and knowledgeable lens of a professional tour guide! Siena is one of the most popular and visited places in Tuscany. It is known throughout Italy for its distinguished medieval architecture. Upon arrival, explore with your guide Siena’s rich history and art, through its notable local monuments such as the famous seashell-shaped Piazza del Campo and the outstanding Siena Cathedral. Many local shops fill the historic streets of Siena, a great opportunity for you to taste local food or buy some gifts! Duration: 3 hours • Stop At: Castello di Monteriggioni, Tuscany. Make a lovely stop in the small, fortified village, which is still surrounded by its original medieval walls. Located not far from Siena, Monteriggioni is a great spot for a short walk after lunch at one of the local restaurants. Duration: 2 hours • Pass By: Village of Fonterutoli, Siena. Fonterutoli has been an important village ever since the Roman times. The Via Romea passes here, and is still today traveled by pilgrims from all over the world. Location of the historic Mazzei family since 1435 (for 24 generations), the village of Fonterutoli maintains its medieval appearance intact. Stroll in the village to stretch your legs and take some beautiful photos. Duration: 30 minutes •Stop At: Organic Farm/Winery Tenuta Casanova, Tuscany. (*optional) *OPTIONAL lunch at the Farm or Winery. Have lunch in a wonderful organic farm. While the owner will show you around the property, his wife will prepare a delicious and unforgettable lunch for your private group. The owner will show you to his cellar to admire his Super Tuscans and Chianti Classico wines -Craft Wine- and to the nearby Acetaia, a vinegar cellar, with old vinegar. Afterwards, experience a unique dining setting while taking in an amazing Tuscan panorama. You will taste organic specialties, such as the typical Lasagna with traditional sauces, crostini, local meats and cold cuts, legumes, seasonal vegetables, honey, and cheeses seasoned with an incredible aged balsamic vinegar. Wine will accompany this lunch every step of the way. Each of the four main courses and desserts will be paired with a different and distinctive glass of wine. We will conclude with ice cream and balsamic vinegar or other desserts. (This option will slightly reduce your time to visit the cities of Siena and San Gimignano, and exclude the possibility to visit the fortress of Monteriggioni). Duration: 2 hours •Stop At: Historic Center of San Gimignano, Tuscany. The beautiful stronghold of San Gimignano is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tuscany. San Gimignano is a treasure of medieval architecture, frozen in time at 1300 AD. Above all, it is famous for its ancient towers, which still stand out from its skyline, earning it the nickname Manhattan of the Middle Ages. This is the last destination of the day, before returning to Florence. Duration: 1h30m

From Florence: Siena & San Gimignano Day Trip with Lunch

8. From Florence: Siena & San Gimignano Day Trip with Lunch

Meet your driver and tour leader in your hotel lobby to embark on a full-day trip to Siena and San Gimignano. Hop aboard a private vehicle for a scenic drive through the rolling hills of the Chianti region, covered with vineyards and olive groves. First up, make your way to the town of Siena, stopping at the Basilica of San Domenico. Inside the church are the relics of Saint Catherine, the patron saint of Siena. Take a stroll to the Piazza del Campo to see the political center of town where the famous horse race Il Palio is held twice a year. From there, meander towards the Gothic Cathedral, which boasts an impressive collection of artworks by Michelangelo, Donatello and Bernini. Along the way, pass by a delicatessen that sells wild boar salami. If you fancy it, you can step inside for a tasting. Then, it’s onward to lunch at a boutique winery surrounded by the Chianti hills and vineyards. Taste the wine and the famous extra virgin olive oil with seasonal produce. Make your second stop at the walled town of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage site. See the 13 towers that dominate the skyline as you drive towards it. Learn how San Gimignano gained importance during the Middle Ages as a stop on the pilgrim route between Italy and France, known as Via Francigena (the road to France). The townsfolk produced silk and cultivated saffron that still grows around its foothills. Another industry that still exists here is that of Vernaccia di San Gimginano, a white wine. Learn about the region's history and where to find the best artisanal stores, coffee shops and gelato spots from your guide. Check out a selection of artisan stores selling locally made products. Stroll the winding streets, admiring spectacular views of the valley beyond. Afterward, meet your chauffeur for the transfer back to your accommodation in Florence. On the way, stop for one last magnificent panorama at Piazzale Michelangelo, and gaze upon views of the city. Before you leave, don’t forget to ask your local guide for tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay in Florence.

From Florence: Trip to San Gimignano, Volterra and Bolgheri

9. From Florence: Trip to San Gimignano, Volterra and Bolgheri

Discover the medieval villages of San Gimignano, Volterra, and Bolgheri with private transfer by minivan and an expert local driver. Explore each town at your own pace and admire the picturesque Tuscan countryside as you travel. Visit San Gimignano, defined as the Medieval Manhattan for its unusual skyline. See up-close the famous towers of this charming Tuscan hill town. Next stop, Volterra or the home of the Volturi in the "Twilight Saga." See the beautiful Etruscan architecture of this walled mountaintop town and marvel at the dramatic views around you. Then, arrive at Bolgheri, home of "Bolgheri Sassicaia" named the Best Wine in The World in 2018. See the vineyards and local wineries as you wander the winding streets and feel free to ask your driver for any recommendations.

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What people are saying about San Gimignano

Fantastic experience !! Alessandro provided solid communication before, during & after our tour. He was on time, provided great information during the different visits and was very attentive to all our questions. As someone that has completed many tours like this, I particularly appreciated the patience with the family (when you have kids!!!) as well as the good driving. Highly recommended !!!

Our day trip with Tiziano was an amazing experience. The trip covered many must-see sites — all made efficient and accessible. Tiziano was knowledgeable and friendly. It was a truly unique and memorable day.

Our Chauffeur was an amazing person with lots of patience. And very entertaining. Also he picked the best winery called Torccini with vegetarian food options. We enjoyed the whole tour.

A very interesting route and the guide very friendly and interested in telling us