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    Festival médiéval
    L'ensemble du village replonge dans son passé médiéval et les rues accueillent à cette occasion une foule de villageois habillés en costumes d'époque, divers artisans perpétuant d’anciennes traditions, des animations musicales, ainsi que plusieurs stands de restauration et de dégustation de vins. L'entrée du village est payante pour assister à cet évènement mais il se classe parmi les meilleurs festivals médiévaux de Toscane.
    www.monteriggionimedievale.com

    Granfondo Castello di Monteriggioni : course de vélo tout-terrain
    Grande course de VTT, organisée normalement en mars. Il est possible de s'y inscrire le jour même, sur présentation d'un certificat médical et d'une carte d'affiliation à une fédération nationale.

    Contacter l'office du tourisme pour plus de renseignements.
    www.monteriggioniturismo.it

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Small-Group Skip the Line Best of Florence Walking Tour with David and the Duomo

Florence is packed full of world-famous sites and this Best of Florence Tour is designed to let you see them all (and learn the stories behind them) in just a few hours. During a guided walking tour of the city, you’ll see Florence’s most iconic sites like the Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza della Signoria, and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Skip the line into the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo’s David and the unfinished Slaves. Visit Florence’s world-famous cathedral; the Duomo di Firenze, designed by Brunelleschi, and stop by the Baptistry for a peek at Ghiberti’s golden ‘Gates of Paradise’.

dès 59 Euro

Pisa and Lucca PRIVATE TOUR from Siena

- No trip to Italy is complete without a visit to Pisa, home of Galileo Galilei and the Leaning Tower. The grandeur of this ancient, Maritime Republic is reflected in the Square of Miracles, where the tower is enveloped by the Cathedral, Baptistry and Monumental Cemetery. A climb to the top of the tower confirms the surrounding splendor.

- Discover Lucca, originally Etruscan, turned Roman colony in 180 B. C. The wealth of its history can still be found in a visit to the ruins of its Roman Amphitheater, the Guinigi Tower and a walk on the walls that once protected it from outside invasion. An enemy to Florence until 1328 and temporary site of exile to Dante, this charming town provides an enchanting backdrop to a meal, a walk and certain adventure.

- Contact me to plan your private, customized culinary-sightseeing tour in Tuscany together!

dès 270 Euro

Orvieto Civita di Bagnoregio Pitigliano -Little Jerusalem- PRIVATE TOUR from Florence

- Take this tour and travel to the edge of the world and time, and back! Orvieto, with its Duomo and astounding array of Medieval and Renaissance religious art, is a sight to behold.

- Pitigliano, built into "tuff" (volcanic rock), is known as "Little Jerusalem" after its resemblance to the original. Its historical heritage is intact and yours to discover on a walk around town.

- Immerse yourself in the stunning Tuscan and Umbrian backroads. Enjoy typical Tuscan cuisine in a countryside setting, toasting perhaps with a glass of Orvieto DOC Bianco, Rosso Orvietano or Bianco di Pitigliano! Taste the others in a visit to a local winery.

- Moving along the 900 foot walkway that leads to the village of Civita di Bagnoregio is like crossing over into a dream. Founded by the Etruscans, this seemingly sequestered village sits, as if on a pedestal, far above the stunning clay hilled valley below.

dès 270 Euro

A Tuscan Journey Through The Terracotta Road

An amazing journey along the "terracotta way" in Tuscany visiting a craftshop, tasting organic wine at a local winery and enjoying a typical lunch!

dès 129 Euro
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