Tuscany and Umbria Tour

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3 days
Availability : Every day throughout the year
SMN Train station in Florence
SMN Train station in Florence
Min Age : 18
Max People : 8
What to expect

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for those who want to see the very best of Umbria and Tuscany. You’ll sample a delightful Sangiovese red from the world-famous Chianti Classico region and experience the enchanting medieval village of San Gimignano, famed for its locally-produced Vernaccia white wine. And this is all on day one! The second and third days will be spent exploring the beautiful region of Umbria. You’ll visit many incredible villages and cities, including Perugia, Gubbio, and Orvieto. You’ll also discover the captivating town of Civita di Bagnoregio which has Etuscan and Medieval origins and is sandwiched between Lake Bolsena and Orvieto. Known as the ‘dying city’, Civita is slowly eroding with the rocks upon which it sits. For the duration of your trip, you’ll stay in your very own apartment within a rustic Tuscan farmhouse. For three days, you’ll be well looked after by our local guide and driver who will escort you to each and every location. Collected and dropped off in Florence, all you’ll need to do is join us on this amazing adventure, experiencing Tuscany like a local and immersing yourself in our wonderful culture.

Departure & Return Location

Santa Maria Novella, train  station of Florence. Platform 16

Departure Time

Santa Maria Novella, train  station of Florence. Platform 16

Price Includes

  • Professional local bilingual tour manager/driver for the whole tour.
  • Two nights’ accommodation in your own private villa or apartment in a comfortable traditional Tuscan farmhouse. Half Board
  • Two continental breakfasts in the farmhouse. Two dinners with a set menu
  • Transport in a comfortable vehicle (either car or minivan). 3 day tour ( 9 hours service per day)
  • GST, tax, petrol, tolls, fees.

Price Excludes

  • Anything not detailed in the list above.
  • Any required transfers, apart from those to and from the train station in Florence.
  • Personal spending.

Day 1Chianti Classico - San Gimignano

On the first day of our tour, you’ll have the opportunity to sample some of the best Tuscan wines on offer. Venturing into the Chianti Classico region, we’ll discover some fascinating facts about Sangiovese and the world’s most famous red wine. Next, we’ll head over to San Gimignano. Nestled between Siena and Florence, San Gimignano is a rustic, walled town. With impressive architecture and proud medieval towers that rise above it, San Gimignano paints a striking skyline for those in the valley below. You’ll have plenty of time to explore on your own this wonderful town, stopping at a superb local winery and learning about the most famous white grape in Tuscany—the Vernaccia di San Gimignano. Later in the day, our local guide and driver will transport you to a traditional farmhouse where you’ll find a private villa/apartment with your name on it—welcome to your new Tuscan home!

As farmhouse, it is surrendered of a lots of green. It has a farm as well with many animals and of course a big swimming pool, a restaurant for dinner and breakfast, a laundry and wi.fi. The farmhouse has 12 individual apartments. it used to be a tiny village. All guests will stay on the same farmhouse property but they will be in the own private accommodation with their own facilities. You will be given two hours to acquaint yourself with your accommodation before being whisked away on your first adventure.

Day 2Gubbio & Perugia

At the start of our adventure, we’ll discover the treasures of Umbria. During our time here, we’ll witness two of the brightest jewels in the Umbrian crown—Perugia and Gubbio. Our first morning will be spent in Gubbio, a beautiful, ancient town. Pre-dating Roman times, this marvellous town is steeped in history. Indeed, if the charming streets feel familiar, it’s probably because Gubbio famously provided the setting for the ever-popular Italian comedy-crime series Don Matteo, starring Terrence Hill (born Mario Girotti). Spending a casual morning in Gubbio, you’ll be free to wander the charming streets and say ‘Ciao!’ to those selling local produce at the market (occurring every Tuesday). When you’ve fully explored the market, you may choose to sample some local fare at one of the nearby eateries. Perhaps you’ll also take in the town from a different angle, enjoying a ride on the cable cars. In the afternoon, our tour will transport us to the university city of Perugia, the capital of the Umbria region. Just as impressive as Gubbio, Perugia has a stunning historical centre, presided over by the Palazzo dei Priori, and blessed with breathtaking views of the countryside below. Later in the afternoon, we’ll meander back to the farmhouse and enjoy a wonderful meal together.

Day 3Orvieto, Civita di Bagnoregio

The next morning, after check-out, we’ll travel south to see Civita di Bagnoregio, a magnificent Lazio town that sits high upon a hilltop. Our transfer will take around 2 hours. This charming hamlet is an island oasis and, we’re sure you’ll agree, one of Italy’s most impressive sights. We’ll make sure you have enough time to thoroughly explore every corner of this marvellous village before resting your legs and tucking into a free traditional lunch. To visit the smaller village, we’ll need to walk almost 2km. This will also incur a small fee, of 5 euros per person. Later in the day, we’ll travel to the small city of Orvieto, famous for its delicious white wine—Orvieto Classico—and its remarkable Duomo. Free to wander the city, you may choose to visit the beautiful theatre or to weave your way through the network of underground mining tunnels. As our Orvieto visit draws to a close, we’ll embark on our two-hour drive back to Florence. It’s here that we’ll say ‘Arrivederci!’ and conclude our tour.