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You will experience an unforgettable day discovering the most impressive Ligurian landscapes. This is an area, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, where earth and sea fuse to create a unique and unforgettable landscape. The area consists of eighteen kilometers of rocky coasts made of caves, beaches and paths with breathtaking landscapes. The tour in 5 Terre will continue by boat and by train.

Tourists will visit the village of MANAROLA, a tiny urban jewel full of typical Genoese’s style ‘case-torri’, the village of VERNAZZA overlooked by the remains of a castle and a Medieval cylindrical tower from the XI century, the village of RIOMAGGIORE, a XIII century village famous for its wine where we will walk through its characteristic paths, the village of MONTEROSSO, known as “the pearl of 5 Terre”, an ancient fishing village that will catch our attention with the beauty of its beaches and the rich vegetation on the rocks. Here a delicious three-course fish-based lunch will be served in a typical restaurant perched on a cliff with a beautiful view of the bay. Afterwards we will taste the local ‘limoncino ligure’ in a typical wine shop in the city centre. In the afternoon we will have free time to swim or to visit the centre of the village.

Piazza Italia

Lucca and Pisa are two of the most important historical towns in Tuscany and are not-to-be-missed sights for tourists visiting the region. In this tour you will immerse yourself in the history and traditions of the two Tuscan cities that are close in proximity, yet very different in personality.

A charming Tuscan landscape will be the frame to your day, spent relaxingly in company of our authorised guides. Lucca is to be found along the road that leads to the coast from Florence. It is a distinctive city of art and Renaissance style surrounded by walls interrupted by beautiful gates and ramparts. The day starts with a pleasant free walk along a section of the town walls to enjoy a beautiful view over the roofs, alleys, house-towers, churches and marvellous noble palazzos.

Then the tour continues with the visit to Piazza Anfiteatro, Guinigi Tower, St. Martin’s Cathedral and the typical Street of Antiques shops in the old town centre. After that you will be driven to Pisa, where you will have free time for lunch on arrival. Our guide will show you the most important squares and monuments in Pisa: the famous Piazza dei Miracoli with the Leaning Tower, the Cemetery and the Cathedral (visit to the interior). Free time available. The tour continues with a visit to a typical local winery, where you will taste a sampling of local wines.

Piazza Italia

PISA, one of the most visited cities in Tuscany, is famous for its Leaning Tower and the beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli, which are the most beautiful monumental complexes in the world. The town’s most prosperous period was undoubtedly the 12th century. This is witnessed by the urban shape of the old town centre with many buildings, squares and alleyways that run along the river Arno, which was for centuries the major line of communication that swarmed with life.

It has always been an estuary town and was already an important naval base in Roman times intensifying trade in the Mediterranean ever since the 11th century. Pisa is also famous for one of the most prestigious higher learning institutions of Europe: the Scuola Normale Superiore. An authorised city guide will accompany you in the visit to the exterior of the Leaning Tower and Monumental Cemetery. The Cathedral will be visited inside. Free time available afterwards.

Join the Leaning Tower Tour without queuing at the entrance. A breathtaking view will open in front of you after climbing the 296 steps of the tower, a unique perspective of the city for your photos. Cost of the tour with access to the Leaning Tower.

Visit the beautiful region of Chianti with us and immerse yourselves in the picturesque Tuscan scenery that you have always imagined. During the tour you will see the characteristic fortress of Monteriggioni and Castellina in Chianti.

In Monteriggioni you will find some shops specialized in typical Tuscan products, as well as elegant cafés where you can stop and enjoy a coffee or a gelato. The tour continues with a visit to a charming wine estate where you will take part in a guided tour of the wine cellars in order to gain insight into the various stages of wine production and in a tasting of the various wines that the winery produces, paired with samples of sliced cold meats, bruschetta and salami. Subsequently, the tour includes a second tasting of olive oil and wine in another typical cellar.

The tour includes: Visit of Monteriggioni fortress and a local winery, visit of Castellina in Chianti, visit to a famous estate with tour of the wine cellars and sampling of wines, oil and balsamic vinegar, snack with sliced cold meats and typical salami and the opportunity to buy wine, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, cheese and herbs.

Piazza della Stazione, 1

From a religious pilgrimage site to a famous film setting: join our tour through the rolling green hills of Tuscany and Umbria and discover the artistic jewels of Assisi, Cortona and Perugia. Cortona, a delightful hilltop town of ancient origins bursting with architectural treasures and offering spectacular views over the surrounding landscape.

You will immerse yourself in the setting of the famous movie ‘Under the Tuscan Sun’, which was filmed in Cortona in 2003. Assisi, San Francesco’s birthplace, stands on the top of a hill overlooking a picturesque valley surrounded by gentle slopes and vineyards. Following San Francesco and Santa Chiara’s footsteps, you will be guided along winding streets and alleyways to the historical and artistic treasures of this Medieval town. In the superb Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi, gazing Giotto’s frescoes of San Francesco’s life, you will learn the history of this important spiritual centre. There will be some free time to stroll around and relax in the enchanting atmosphere of this Umbrian jewel.

The tour ends in Perugia with the opportunity to stroll through the old town in search of ‘springs and fountains’, ‘beautiful views’, ‘Etruscan walls and doors’, ‘parks and gardens’ through trails that wind between the five historic districts of the city: Porta Sole, Porta Sant’Angelo, Porta Santa Susanna, Eburnea Gate and Porta San Pietro. The city, founded by the Etruscans, is rich in history and monuments, including La Fontana Maggiore, which is one of the main monuments in the city and a crucial example of medieval sculpture, the Etruscan Arch of Augustus, which is the largest monument among Etruscan remains, the gateway of the Etruscan walls, the Palazzo dei Priori and the Rocca Paolina.

Uffizi Gallery, gate 3

The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most famous museums in the world, and it is housed in the former “uffizi” or “offices” of the Medici Family. Your knowledgeable guide will tell you about the works of the greatest artists from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance: Cimabue, Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, and many more.

You will recognise original world-famous paintings you have seen in books, magazines, and on TV close-ups. You will learn about the secrets of the artists’ craft, techniques and tools. Looking at the most famous artworks of the period, you will be able to understand why Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance. Personalise your museum experience. There is no need to rush off at the end of the tour. You may stay inside the museum until closing time.

Montecatini Train Station

Have you ever wondered why Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance? An excellent and complete introductory tour dedicated to those who want to know all the facts and secrets of two thousand years of Florentine history, from the city’s Roman origins to a 15th century palace, from the Ponte Vecchio, through the famous Uffizi courtyard, to the amazing Brunelleschi’s Dome which overlooks the Baptistery’s golden “Gates of Paradise”.

Allow yourself a close encounter with this fascinating city, understanding and appreciating the background and context, its importance in history, thanks to the professionalism of our expert guides.

Piazza Italia bus station

The splendid bay of Portofino is like a jewel set in the lush greenery of the Promontory. With its tall, colourful houses huddled in a semicircle around the Piazzetta, or town square, Portofino, once a typical Ligurian fishing village, is now one of the world’s most acclaimed resorts. An exclusive destination attracting international tourism, its atmosphere still offers a taste of bygone days with the timeless traditions connected to the sea and the painstaking artisan crafts which embody the colours and scents of Liguria.

Upon arrival you will be offered a tasty appetizer in the small square overlooking the little port. A visit to the Church of San Giorgio or Brown Castle, a stroll down to the lighthouse or a hike along any of the numerous pathways over the mountain down to the village of San Fruttuoso offer delightful sensations, enhanced by the views of spectacular nature drenched in Mediterranean sunshine.

Subsequently the boat arrives in San Fruttuoso, a small fishing village located in a splendid bay at the foot of Mount Portofino, reachable only by sea or on foot, following the trails of Portofino Park. The extraordinary spot is dominated by the Abbey of San Fruttuoso di Capodimonte. This splendid monument, now part of the heritage of FAI - the Italian Environment Found - has extremely old origins, dating back to the 8th century. Around the abbey develop a small beach, a church, the tower of the Doria and a few fishermen’s cottages that are reflected in emerald blue sea, on a dark green background of pine trees. Here we have free time for a nice relaxing bath in the limpid and crystalline water or sunbathing on the beach. An underwater statue of Christ, known as the Christ of the Depths, protector of divers, stands at the bottom of the Bay.

Novella train station

Discover Florence sitting comfortably on one of our mini-vans. We will visit Piazzale Michelangelo with its amazing view over the city before continuing to FIESOLE, the wonderful town of Etruscan and Roman roots situated on a hilltop overlooking Florence.

During the tour we will see lesser-known suburban areas which are hard to reach on foot, but of artistic and historic interest. Then we will head back to the centre of Florence, where we will see stunning sites enveloped in art and tradition while sitting on the comfortable mini-van.

Santa Maria Novella train Statio

An alternative tour to become familiar with three Italian brands: Ferrari, Balsamic Vinegar of Modena and Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese. Don’t miss the Ferrari Museum in Maranello with cars, images and trophies that have marked the history of the brand.

Thrill to the roar of a Ferrari engine and see the well-known ‘Galleria del Vento’ (Wind Tunnel) exterior, designed by Renzo Piano, Italy’s most famous living architect. The gallery is used to test the aerodynamics and high speed performance characteristics of the ‘Pranching Horse’ cars.

On request, and if available, you can also book the exclusive shuttle guided tour inside the Fiorano circuit and the Viale Enzo Ferrari to live the whole Ferrari Experience. The tour continues with a visit to a renowned balsamic vinegar producer close to Maranello, where you will be shown the ageing process of the best balsamic vinegar of Modena and taste the specialities of the estate. Lunch consisting of typical regional dishes will be served in a characteristic restaurant nearby. The tour ends with the visit to a cheese factory (tasting included), where the inimitable Parmigiano-Reggiano is made and to the Maserati cars collection.

Piazza Italia bus station

Visiting Carrara marble quarries by 4x4 Jeep is an unforgettable experience. You will enjoy the charm of exclusive places otherwise inaccessible for visitors on their own. Top quality off road vehicles driven by our expert staff will lead you to an altitude of 900m where your will see breathtaking scenery.

Moreover, you will be given detailed explanations about both ancient and modern excavation methods in direct contact with quarrymen in work days, while cutting marble or loading huge blocks on trucks. After that you will have a short break during which you will taste the unique flavour of the ‘Lardo di Colonnata’. Then you will reach an altitude of 1200m where you can’t keep your eyes off such a view.

Afterwards you will be driven to Pisa where you will visit the most renowned squares and monuments such as Piazza dei Miracoli with the Leaning Tower, the Cemetery and the Cathedral. Lucca is situated along the road that leads to the coast from Florence. It is a distinctive city of art and Renaissance style surrounded by walls, interrupted by beautiful gates and ramparts. You will have free time to take a walk along a section of the town walls to enjoy a wonderful view over the roofs, alleys, towers, churches and palaces.

The tour continues with the visit to Piazza Anfiteatro, Guinigi Tower, St. Martin’s Cathedral and ends in the typical street of antique shops in the old town centre, where you will free time.

Piazza della Stazione

Have fun riding a Vespa along the scenic and peaceful roads on the Tuscan hills. An alternative way to admire the sights of Chianti, wrapped in the perfumes of the Tuscan countryside and the sound of the working farms. You can join the tour every day and enjoy this experience together with our escorts, who will be showing you around small medieval villages situated in the heart of Tuscany.

Those who do not feel confident enough about riding on their own can opt for riding with one of our expert escorts. The tour along the Chianti hills lasts all day. You will be stopping in a renowned farm for a wine tasting and a light lunch.

Aprende cómo hacer una pizza italiana y un helado típico en una clase de cocina de 3 horas en Florencia. Obtén consejos sobre las técnicas de elaboración a mano de un chef experto que comenzará la clase presentando brevemente la historia de estas maravillosas creaciones italianas.

Después de eso, aprenderás a hacer la pizza italiana original paso a paso: te enseñarán los trucos para obtener una masa de levadura flexible y tierna, así como una salsa de tomate ligera pero sabrosa. Nuestro chef te mostrará la manera correcta de estirar la masa y tendrás la oportunidad de hacerlo tú mismo.

Harás tu propia pizza: estira, echa la salsa y hornea. ¡El resultado seguramente será la mejor pizza que hayas probado! Una vez que te hayas familiarizado con la pizza, te enseñarán los secretos para hacer el 'gelato' italiano: podrás conocer los ingredientes básicos y cómo seleccionar los mejores productos. Aprenderás sobre el desarrollo y la aplicación de colores naturales, las técnicas de calentamiento y congelación y los diferentes efectos que tienen sobre los ingredientes.

¡Pronto te darás cuenta de lo fácil que es hacer estos deliciosos platos por tu cuenta! Al final de la clase obtendrás un certificado de participación.


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