“Dolce Vita” in Tuscany

Tuscanyis the quintessence of the Italian “Dolce Vita”: authentic villages, famous cities of art appreciated all over the worls, iconic countrysides rich of castles and vineyards. Here, there is the possibility to stay in magnificent relais and luxury villas to give yourself up to total relaxation in contexts outside time and space.

Here we have an example of program fully customizable with a base in Florence.

Top destination Tuscany: incentive trip program

DAY 1.

Arrival in Florence and Tour in the city centre between art and gastronomy. During the walking among squares and monuments there will be some delicious gastronomic stops. Here, you can taste the typical products of this land. At the end of the walk, there is the lunch in the historical and characteristic city market.

BikeTour to explore the whole city with stops on the iconic Ponte Vecchio along the Arno river and the Academy, where you can admire the famous and majestic David of Michelangelo.

Dinner in a typical tavern with river view.

DAY 2.

Vespa Tour to the discovery of Chianti. Iconic green paths framed by the tall pine trees; multicolor vineyards; wheat fields and hills. The itinerary is customizable with stops in the most beautiful villages with suggestive views. Arrival in a typical cellar forthe tasting of great Tuscan winesand lunch with a view on the vineyard.

In the afternoon the tour continues to the Val d’Orcia with stop in Siena to taste the artisan gelato in Piazza del Campo. Another stop is in Monteriggioni, one of the most beautiful undamaged villages of the region.

Dinner in Florence to taste a typical Florentine steak with a goodbye toast.

DAY 3.

It is impossible leaving Florence without visiting Uffizi Museum, a real symbol of the city and of the Italian art. It is one of the biggest museums in the world where you can admire the works exhibited but also the unique architectures of the rooms and of the building.

Lunch in a refined restaurant with view and goodbye toast with a good glass of Prosenno in Piazzale Michelangelo, privileged panoramic point with stunning view of the whole city of Florence!

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