Leaving Florence, you'll travel by minivan to the Chianti area just outside the city. Pedaling along narrow shaded roads lined with old stone walls, you'll ride past romantic olive groves, vineyards, medieval castles, and hillside villa estates. When you reach your destination you'll be rewarded by breathtaking panoramic views of Florence and its surroundings.
You'll also visit 2 local wineries estate and see the vineyards and cellars, taste Chianti wine and learn about winemaking, plus taste local extra virgin olive oil. Discover the different approaches these two wineries have in wine production: from the application of modern techniques to the rediscovery of ancient gestures through a fully organic production.
The tour includes a traditional Italian lunch, including bruschetta, pasta and wine, to refresh you for your ride back to Florence. Join this small group bike tour for a magical day out in the beautiful countryside of Chianti.
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Tuscany Bike Tour from Florence
- Local guide
- Bike tour
- Use of helmet
- Typical Tuscan lunch
- Bottle of water
- Wine and olive oil tasting
- Guided wineries tour
- Official T-Shirt
- Minivan Support
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
- Minimum age is 14 years
If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
Reviewed by: frankenzac, United States of America, January 2017
My husband and I agree that this was the best tour on out three-week trip. The day started out rainy, so we weren't even sure the tour would happen, but the clouds cleared and it turned out to be a beautiful October day. Daniel, our guide, was wonderful and really knew a lot about Tuscan wine. This is not an easy bike ride. There are some killer hills and some pretty gnarly gravel roads, but it's not dangerous if you're smart and it's totally worth the effort. My husband and I are in our 50s and even with his very bad knee, we never had to resort to the sag wagon. The countryside is absolutely gorgeous and the wine tasting and lunch at the end were superb. We took wine home with us. Highly, highly recommend.
Reviewed by: daamla, October 2016
Guide Leo great. Great scenery and lunch. Beware the tour is strenuous- long uphill riding although no pressure on slowies to keep up
Much is on roads with cars and some bikes in less than perfect order.