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PORTOFINO - SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE - RAPALLO

PORTOFINO - SANTA MARGHERITA LIGURE - RAPALLO

Portofino is a fishing village on the Italian Riviera coastline, southeast of Genoa city. Pastel-colored houses, high-end boutiques and seafood restaurants fringe its Piazzetta, a small cobbled square overlooking the harbor.

MONTEROSSO, VERNAZZA, CORNIGLIA, MANAROLA & RIOMAGGIORE

Monterosso is one of the villages of Cinque Terre, in Italy. Travelling northward, Monterosso is the fifth village and the most touristed, since it boasts a proper beach and is home to several larger, fancier hotels. Like the other villages.

PISA - FLORENCE

Explore on your own the city’s historical center, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, to discover its many famous monuments like the Duomo,  Signoria,  church of Santa Croce and many others.

Pisa is a city in the Tuscany region of Central Italy straddling the Arno just before it empties into One can also get a train directly to Florence from a Central rail station(Centrale station).    

PISA - LUCCA

As everyone knows, Pisa has the famous tilted tower you can climb, but lesser-known Lucca is encircled by an unspoiled Renaissance wall you can bike. These two Tuscan towns, near Florence and each other, make for an easy day-trip from Florence. But if you have time for more than a touristy quickie, each offers great Italian city scenes — offering visitors the chance to savor Pisa’s rich architectural heritage, and bask in Lucca’s genuine charm.

SIENA - VOLTERRA

Volterra isn’t surrounded by many other nearby towns, so definitely the easiest best way to get there and then move around is by car.Volterra is about 70km from Florence, 47km from Siena, 63km from Pisa, 29km from San Gimignano and 40km from the seaside. Although Volterra is easy to reach, to the town can be difficult because they are very curvy and go uphill.

VOLTERRA - SAN GIMIGNANO

Volterra and San Gimignano are two stony villages dotting the hills of northern Tuscany.
Within a couple of hours of Tuscan mainstays Florence and Siena, these towns provide an emblematic but contrasting look at this famed region.
In recent years,
Volterra has attracted international attention for its connection .

VINCI - COLLODI (Leonardo’s & Pinocchio Towns)

The Valdinievole becomes calm and exulted at every bend in the river and every turn of the road, by each soaring tower, by each solitary campanile, in each crowded town”.
Have you ever wondered why we always talk.

SIENA - SAN GIMIGNANO

San Gimignano is an Italian hill town in Tuscany, southwest of Florence. Encircled by 13th-century walls, its old town centers on Piazza della Cisterna, a triangular square lined with medieval houses. It has a skyline of medieval towers, including the stone Torre Grossa. The Duomo di San Gimignano is a 12th-century church with frescoes by Ghirlandaio in its Santa Fina Chapel.

CHIANTI WINE AREA

In addition to splendid landscapes, Chianti’s popularity is also directly tied to its fine red wines produced in the region and known generally as Chianti wine.
The Chianti region, extending roughly over the two main city provinces of Florence and Siena, is characterized by a combination of almost perfect weather and soil that produces a precious wine.

MONTEPULCIANO - PIENZA - MONTALCINO

Visit three of the most impressive towns to be found in the beautiful region of Tuscany on this tour that gives you authentic wine tasting, delicious food pairings and fascinating history and culture. Visit Montalcino, Pienza and Montepulciano, tasting the produce that makes them famous the world over.

Start off by visiting a Montalcino wine cellar, where you get to learn how the famous Brunello wine is produced. Taste the delicious wines paired perfectly with locally sourced snacks, and enjoy the stunning surroundings of the rolling hills.

TUSCANY FASHION OUTLETS

Tuscany is known for its leather goods and crystal, terra cotta and lace, but few realize that it is also home to Prada, Gucci, Armani, Fendi, and other factory outlets.

Italian factory outlets, the MonteVarchi and Incisa Spacci are like none you have seen before. With Gucci, Armani, Bottega Veneto, Prada, Fendi and Dolce & Gabbana heading the lists, these stores offer the real thing at ridiculous discounts along with a suitably designer environment and good service.

Whether you like bargains or souvenirs, art or antiques.

VOLTERRA - BOLGHERI - SASSICAIA

Volterra is a true jewel of Etruscan, Roman, medieval and Renaissance art, famous for its craftsmanship of Alabaster, only 20 Km from our Hotel.

A unique town where you can admire scenarios that have never been seen before

During summer and autumn, many cultural and artistic events are organized in this town.

Here you can visit: Etruscan Guarnacci Museum, the Acropolis, Piazza and Palazzo dei Priori, Pinacoteca, Medicea Fortress and Museum of Sacred Art.

PISA - BOLGHERI (Wine Tasting)

The Etruscan Coast offers beautiful beaches and crystalline waters, but also a wonderful hinterland you really can’t miss. Between the coastal cities of Cecina and San Vincenzo, less than 10 km from the seaside, you’ll find the precious little village of Bolgheri.

I definitely suggest a drive along the famous Viale dei Cipressi (Cypress Avenue) that leads to Bolgheri. 

LIVORNO PRIVATE TOUR to FLORENCE & PISA

From the port of Livorno we go first in Pisa for a stop at Piazza dei Miracoli where you can see the Leaning Tower, the Cathedral and Baptistry of Pisa.. Then going to explore Florence.The tour of Florence start with stoping on a hill close to the city to take pictures and visiting a church one thusand year old. Then going down town to visit all the best part of it, like Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria with Palazzo Vecchio, then Piazza della Republica, Santa Croce, Duomo, Battistero, Mercato di San Lorenze.

Sedan 1-3 people 420.00€

Van 4-6 people 445.00€

Van 7-8 people 495.00€
Bus 16 seater 885.00€

Start time: 8:00 AM (according to your ship schedule)

Inclusions:
Private car or Minivan
Chauffeur driver
Pier Pick-up & Drop off
Taxes & Parking

Exclusions: Entrance Fees – Meals, drinks and entrance fees unless otherwise specified.

LIVORNO PRIVATE TOUR to SIENA

Our itinerary takes place in the Terzo di Città and starts just from the heart of Siena, Piazza del Campo. It immediately leaps out that it’s shell-shaped, divided into 9 sections. In the centre there is a copy of Fonte Gaia by Jacopo della Quercia (the original is guarded in the Museum of St. Maria della Scala), while one side is enclosed by the Palazzo Pubblico, centre of the Town Hall and the Civic Museum.

Sedan 1-3 people 410.00€

Van 4-6 people 435.00€
Van 7-8 people 465.00€
Bus 16 seater 865.00€

Start time: 8:00 AM (according to your ship schedule)

Inclusions:
Private car or Minivan
Chauffeur driver
Pier Pick-up & Drop off
Taxes & Parking

Exclusions: Entrance Fees – Meals, drinks and entrance fees unless otherwise specified.

LIVORNO SHORE EXCURIONS to PISA & LUCCA

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 be enveloped by 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.

 Sedan 1-3 people 405.00€

Van 4-6 people 425.00€
Van 7-8 people 455.00€
Bus 16 seater 815.00€

 

Start time: 8:00 AM (according to your ship schedule)

 

Inclusions:
Private car or Minivan
Chauffeur driver
Pier Pick-up & Drop off
Taxes & Parking

 

Exclusions: Entrance Fees – Meals, drinks and entrance fees unless otherwise specified.

 

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