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Tour in Florence
San Lorenzo Central Market
The Central Market is set on two levels and is mostly dedicated to food. Built between 1870 and 1874 by Giuseppe Mengoni – the same architect who built the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – it has changed and evolved over the years as well as trends and cultures. Currently it offers a huge selection of wine and food and goods of all kinds, local producers and artisans.
The Medici Chapels are the real mausoleum of the Medici family and their family. Art pieces of inestimable value by illustrious names such as Brunelleschi and Michelangelo.
Basilica of San Lorenzo
The Basilica of San Lorenzo, located in the square near the Central Market, is one of the main worship places in Florence. It is tough, the oldest church in Florence and a source of continuous studies and historical, architectural and artistic research.
Because of the abundance of works by Michelangelo contained within, it is often called “Mausoleum of Michelangelo”, but also contains sculptures and paintings by other artists from the fourteenth to the sixteenth century. The pride of the gallery is undoubtedly Michelangelo’s David, first exhibited in Piazza della Signoria.
Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian are just some of the names of the gallery, among the most famous in the world. A collection of the best of each century, selected over decades of art lovers and experts from around the world.
Cimabue, Duccio and Giotto, the most famous paintings in the world in one magical place. Botticelli, Leonardo, Signorelli, Perugino, Durer, Caravaggio and many others.
Tour from Florence to Siena and San Gimignano
San Gimignano, thanks to its strategic position and these goods, was home to many rich families in 1200s. These families filled the city with towers to show off their wealth, assert their power and defy gravity and the sky – more info
Siena reached the pinnacle of its splendour in the Middle Ages, pitching the city against Florence in a centuries-long rivalry. These golden years saw the city accomplish its current appearance – more info
Tour from Florence to Lucca, Pisa and Chianti
Lucca: many people born and bred in Tuscany consider Lucca an outlier—it’s not uncommon to hear Florentines mutter “that’s not Tuscan”, probably when referring to the bread, which is salted in Lucca and strictly plain elsewhere in Tuscany – more info
What is included:
Mercedes Minivan or Sedan with a private driver
Pickup and drop off from/to your Hotel
- Tickets for Museums