Explore Tuscany like never before with escorted tours

Tuscany is truly a treasure of cultural and scenic splendor. It has traditionally been Italy’s jewel in the crown. Tuscany’s magnificence will take your breath away. Tuscany houses are true world masterpieces in architectural terms, art, and sculptures, from the rolling green hills that encircle little towns to broad acres of vineyards and the opulent Renaissance buildings.

Escorted tours of Tuscany led by enthusiastic Italian locals will take you to see the heart of the province. You will get to experience the prominent landmarks and enjoy them.

The delights of Tuscany are numerous. Whether you are touring big towns like Florence and Siena or smaller places, such as San Gimignano, Montepulciano, or Volterra, escorted tours of Tuscany led by a native will allow you to appreciate the region better and make it a memorable vacation for your family. Tuscany boasts the famed wine gardens and routes, which provide a superb opportunity to drink some of the world’s most outstanding wines and renowned vintages. 

The widespread region of Tuscany allows you to go from place to place, tasting, dining and savoring everything that this magnificent destination has to offer.

Some of the must visit places on your escorted tours of Tuscany are:

1. San Gimignano

This castle hill town has been fondly called “the Manhattan of Tuscany for its antique towers.” It has a charming small village ambiance with a range of small hotels and local eateries. So, do stop in a restaurant and enjoy the Tuscan delicacies.

2. Florence

Florence is a city in Tuscany and among the most well-known cities in Italy. If you plan a tour to Tuscany, you need to see Michelangelo’s magnum opus – David – in Florence. Just marvel at the sculpture, which is over 500 years old.

For those who want to engage with the city’s history and culture touring Florence on foot offers an unrivaled experience, allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the city’s Renaissance ambiance. Not only does it give you a more intimate exploration of Florence’s narrow, cobblestone streets, but it also grants you the chance to uncover hidden gems often missed by other tourists.

3. Maremma and Monte Argentario

Do not forget to discover Maremma, a wild, untamed landscape of Tuscany with tranquil scenery interspersed with gorgeous medieval hillside villages and orchards. The island of Monte Argentario is connected to the peninsula by three sandy islets. Experience island life while in Tuscany and find the loveliest beaches for a relaxing experience.

4. Chianti Wine Country

The territory of the Chianti Classico D.O.C. wine in the Tuscan region includes Barberino Val d’Elsa, Grevew, S. Casciano, and Tavarnelle Val di Pesa. The term derives from the “League of the Chianti,” created in the 16th century by the Florentine Republic. 

Chianti Wine, a bottle of vibrant red wine with a powerful fragrance, has a long history dating back to medieval times. A terrific way to discover Tuscany is to stop by one of the numerous vineyards for luncheon and taste this excellent wine.

5. Siena

Siena is one of Tuscany’s major hill-top towns outside Florence. Sienna is the site of the Palio di Siena horse race, which takes place twice a year in July and August. Siena is also home to the Duomo di Siena, a distinctive black and white marble.

A town hop is one of the best things to do in Tuscany. In this case, you hire a car to drive across the Tuscan wine area, pausing at several extremely intriguing Tuscan hill villages along the route.