The countryside around FLORENCE is full of surprises: antique villas, churches, monasteries, magnificent hills planted with olive trees and vineyards, and many breathtaking views.
These places are where the greatest florentine artists and scientists lived and worked: Michelangelo worked on the fortifications of San Miniato, Leonardo da Vinci painted the “Annunciation” that is now in the Uffizi Gallery, Galileo Galilei, the first modern scientist, lived in the Villa dell’ Ombrellino and Villa Il Gioiello. Enrico Fermi, the father of nuclear physics together with Albert Einstein, worked in the Astronomical Observatory of Arcetri placed on the homonymous hill.
Chianti, considered the heart of Tuscany, is a hilly area between Florence and Siena and between Arezzo and the Hills of Pisa. Here you will see a succession of splendid landscapes composed of vineyards, woods, fascinating castles, elegant farmhouses and suggestive medieval villages where it is possible to find cellars and farms.
Our expert guide will accompany you through the Chiantishire, famous all over the world for the production of the renowned ruby red wine with its intense aroma, making several stops so that you can admire the landscape and the breathtaking view of this fantastic place, taking beautiful photographs as a souvenir. You will visit this enchanting place on a very comfortable and fast electric bicycle, which will allow you to enjoy the wonders of nature without effort and in a healthy way. You can therefore leave the city confusion to immerse yourself in this relaxing atmosphere.
We remind you to wear comfortable shoes for this tour. All participants will be provided with bicycles and safety helmets.
Available days: Every Day
Bookable Starting Time: 11:00 am, 04:00 pm; 06:00 pm
Duration: 2,30 hours
English, Español, Italian
Adult rate: € 49,00
Child rate: 7-15 years old euros 29,00
Meeting Point: Via Cavour 36 Red Florence
The rate includes: Bike with the pedal-assist electric drive system Professional tour guide Florence panoramic tour with Piazzale Michelangelo or Fiesole Poncho included in case of rain