Situated on Tuscany’s Riviera, Forte dei Marmi is today one of Italy’s main beach resorts. International visitors, film, television and music stars flock to this VIP destination to relax on the beach, dine in the many fine restaurants and shop in the most exclusive boutiques. Forte dei Marmi is the place to see and be … Continued
Mention Pisa and the first thing that comes to mind is the Leaning Tower. The beauty of the Romanesque architecture of the Baptistery, the Cathedral, and, of course, the legendary tower will leave you in awe. It is now possible to climb the tower, where the view over the town and the surrounding countryside makes … Continued
(6/8 Hours Full Day tour with guide and private driver) Departing in the morning, and after a leisurely drive through the winding hills towards ‘Gaiole in Chianti’, we will stop in one of the region’s most beautiful historical sites for a visit to the wine cellars followed by a tasting of the delicious wine the … Continued
Montalcino, home of the famous ‘Brunello’ red wine, has a beautiful castle that dominates the magnificent Orcia valley. The highlights of the town are its unique wine cellars. They start at the top of the hill and go all the way through it. Furthermore, it is impossible not to stop at the suggestive Saint Antimo Abbey! Pienza: In … Continued
Siena will immediately charm you with its characteristic medieval streets and the famous Piazza del Campo, where the renowned Palio is run every year. A visit to the Cathedral and the historical ‘Libreria Piccolomini’ are also a Must while in this stunning little city. Founded by the Romans, Siena has a turbulent past, mainly due to the many … Continued
(6/8 Hours Full Day tour with guide and private driver) This is a special itinerary through the winding Via Chiantigiana or the SR222 road. The tour takes you to one of the most renowned and beautiful areas in Italy, the Chianti. Situated between Florence and Siena, it is known all over the world for its … Continued
The reason we still hear about the Medici family is because of what they have left behind – a legacy of art and architecture that influenced modern European culture and still defines much of the style here in Tuscany and the surrounding areas of Italy and beyond.Twelve villas and two gardens spread across the Tuscany … Continued
In 2019, the city of Florence celebrates the 500th anniversaries of both Cosimo I de’ Medici’s and Caterina de’ Medici’s birth. Caterina, the granddaughter of Lorenzo the Magnificent, was the first Medici to become Queen of France. Come with us and discover the places where they lived.The tour will start inside Palazzo Medici, the palace … Continued
In 2019, the whole world is celebrating the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death. He died in Amboise on May the 2nd, 1519 but his incredible legacy still inspires millions of youngsters. Our mission: discover the places where Leonardo Da Vinci lived and worked in Florence. You will walk the same street that Da … Continued
Santa Maria Novella Church and the Santa Croce Church: the two most important Gothic Churches in Florence full of amazing art works from the Renaissance time to the late 18th century: Giotto Cross, Domenico del Ghirlandaio frescoes, Brunelleschi Crucifix, the Michelangelo and Galileo Galilei Tombs, and much more.The tour will included the visit of the … Continued
In the atmospheric setting of the Bargello museum, a medieval palace used as a prison during the 16th century, we will stop in front of several of the earliest works by Michelangelo. The museum also hosts Donatello’s masterpiece, the bronze David, as well as the David by Verrocchio, another outstanding Renaissance work commissioned by the … Continued
Our tour will start with a visit to the Uffizi Gallery which is the home to one of the most renowned collections of Italian Renaissance masterpieces, as well as outstanding Classical sculpture and impressive frescoes, boasting major works by Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo and Giotto. It also offers a stunning view of the city skyline from … Continued
A walking tour which aims to give you an in-depth understanding of the ancient city with its magnificent Cathedral, the Duomo, and the neighbouring Baptistery which boasts Ghiberti’s exquisite bronze doors.Next on the tour are some of the city’s most stunning piazzas and Piazza della Signoria, the city’s political centre, where the imposing Palazzo Vecchio … Continued
Italy in general but Florence especially, has an extraordinary heritage of quality craftsmanship and creativity which have led to the term “Made in Italy” becoming renowned worldwide. Over the years we have built up a strong network of connections and an in-depth knowledge of fashion (and not only) that allow us to offer refined, exclusive, … Continued
This tour is an homage to the greatest artist of all times Michelangelo Buonarroti. It has been designed to depict a comprehensive picture of the artist’s life, visiting the places he grew up in as a child and those he frequented as a young man. His minor works will also be examined.
The left bank of the Arno River offers more of an authentic Florentine atmosphere, because more frequented by local artists and craftsmen who work here and who in their shops and studios produce high quality wares made of every imaginable material. A permanent exhibition of the best of Made in Florence.
The family which has reigned over Florence for over three centuries deserves to be better known. We will look at their residences and their collections and following their relationship with their constituents we will retrace the most significant phases of the rise of this important European dynasty/family.
This tour explores the evolution of civil architecture over the centuries: from high and narrow medieval towers to the stately shapes of noble palaces of the Renaissance, commissioned by the most famous and the richest families of the period, designed by the most famous architect of the day.
This tour is one of top favorites among those who are seriously interested in history of art. It dedicates copious time to the Uffizi, the celebrated Vasari Corridor, finishing at the Boboli Gardens.
This program aims to satisfy an art lover who has one day to dedicate to the discovery of the most important sights. A full day walk which includes visits to the Uffizi and Accademia Museums and to the most important institutions of religious and secular power.