Visit the Chianti Region and Enjoy a Wine Tasting and Lunch in a Winery

The village of San Gimignano, the Chianti area and the Medieval town of Siena are situated in the heart of our beautiful Tuscany. They are all compelling stops for those who want to learn about the region’s history and traditions. The first stop will be San Gimignano, a magnificent example of a Medieval urban town; in fact it is a UNESCO world heritage site. Here you will have free time to visit the village and its splendid squares, palaces, churches and the magnificent towers.

The tour continues to the splendid area of the Chianti Classico. We will stop by a typical Tuscan winery where you will visit the cellars and vineyards. Afterwards you will taste the wine produced, which will be accompanied by a delicious Tuscan lunch consisting of typical food such as pasta, cured meats, cheeses and local pastries.

In the afternoon the tour continues with sightseeing in Siena. Here four official guides – an English one, a Spanish one, a French one and a Russian one – will lead our tour to the city centre. You will have the chance to admire the magnificent Cathedral and the Town Hall in the Piazza del Campo, scenery of the world famous Palio horse race.

The tour will end with the visit to the marvellous Monteriggioni medieval fortress.

Schedule

  • Tour duration: 11h and 15 minutes
  • Departure time: 08:45 am (check in closes 15min before departure)
  • Return point: Florence, Santa Maria Novella train station
  • Return time: around 08:00 pm

Includes

  • Free pick up on request
  • Travel by GT coach or minivan with air conditioning
  • Expert multilingual escorts
  • Lunch consisting of typical Tuscan dishes
  • Guided Tour of Siena
  • Self-guided tour of San Gimignano
  • Self-guided tour of the Monteriggioni fortress
  • Visit to a famous wine estate

Highlights

  • Self-guided tour of San Gimignano
  • Visit to a famous wine estate
  • Self-guided tour of the Monteriggioni fortress
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