Tuscany Wine Tour
On this bike tour around Tuscany, you will discover the beauty of this Italian region, home of the Chianti wine.
Start your tour in Siena, a medieval town and UNESCO World Heritage Site. From there you will be able to explore the charming villages and surrounding vineyards that make Tuscany so special. Cycle through Castellina, Radda, and Greve, and enjoy wine tours and fresh local food.
The tour then brings you to San Gimignano, with cycling through more vineyards, and includes a day in Volterra, an ancient Etruscan town.
Whether crowned by timeless villages, covered by vineyards and olive groves or strewn with wildflowers, the hills of Tuscany have one thing in common: they're perfect for exploring on two wheels!
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Day : 1, 2
The Villa of Str, Located just outside the old city walls of Siena, The Villa is a charming liberty style residence dating from the early years of the twentieth century and within easy walking distance from the historic centre of Siena. Offering solutions for all needs, whether as a family, a couple, with friends or even with your pets, all our rooms are tastefully decorated with respect for the aesthetic and historical origins of the building. Whatever your reasons for visiting Siena, our hotel will prove welcoming, stylish and comfortable, a great base from which to explore the medieval town of Siena.
Day : 3, 4
Managed directly by the owner, Albergo Palazzo Squarcialupi is a historic property in Castellina in Chianti. It offers grounds with outdoor swimming pool, and a spa. Rooms are complete with sitting area. The rooms of Palazzo Squarcialupi feature rustic terracotta floors, exposed wood beams on the ceilings, and 18th-century furnishings. The bathrooms are in Carrara marble.
Day : 5, 6
Hotel L'Antico Pozzo, the style hotel in San Gimignano, is not only a fine period residence but also a place where the stories,legends and magic of San Gimignano come alive. Before being transformed into an elegant hotel, in the 17th Century the L'Antico Pozzo, or "TheAncient Well" was a convent. For both lovers of history and culture, and fans ofintrigue and elegance, hotel rooms offer you the utmost comfort in a trulymagical and evocative atmosphere. Discreet elegance, typical of theancient medieval noble palaces joins the eighteenth century-inspired decor andtraditional Tuscan style, while maintaining all the conveniences of acontemporary hotel. From the nightfall until breakfast, you will relivehistory in this old building.