Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Horse Riding in Chianti Day Trip from Florence submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Although the vines were not in leaf, the vineyard is surrounded by olive trees and the distant views were dotted with evergreens. The riding was easy, the horses are relaxed and the western saddles are a good idea as the tracks go downhill steeply to the winery. Lunch was interesting and we had two samples of the wine produced here. The winery tour was more detailed than we were expecting and we learnt a lot about Chianti as well as this family-run vineyard. We stopped for a gelato on the way back to the city at about 3pm. The day was excellent value and we did not hesitate to book the walking tour with florencetown.Reviewed by: Pamela W, April 2013
Lazy horses but allowed you plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Lunch and wine at the end was amazingReviewed by: vikk, November 2012
Loved this tour! No better way to see a vineyard and olive grove than from horseback! Gleaned a lot of information about the making of Chianti while touring the winery! Also got to see them making olive oil as it is olive picking season. Great tour!Reviewed by: Laura B, November 2012
The horse riding was suspended but we went in a mini van for the wine tasting tour which was fine anyway since it was too cold for horse riding. All the wines tasted were red and although I'm not really a red wine drinker I must admit the wines and the food were good. I would do the tourReviewed by: Kendra B, December 2012
It was a great and enjoyable day. Was only 50 minutes about on horse back. They could of given us a little more time actually riding. However, the trip was alot of fun and had amazing views.Reviewed by: Aaron O, April 2013