Historical City Tours

Florence: the capital of Renaissance

Firenze, known like Florence, UNESCO patrimony of humanity, is considered the place where Renaissance started, known all over the world as the place where top art and architecture are at home here. Florence is still one of the most beautiful...

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Hidden Tuscany: Cortona and Arezzo

Cortona is a small charming town in the Valdichiana, in the province of Arezzo in southern Tuscany. The city, enclosed by stone walls dating back to Etruscan and Roman times, sits on the top of a hill about 600 meters on the seaside level. This...

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Medioeval tour: Siena, San Gimignano and Monteriggioni

Siena is well known all over the world for its works of art, its history, the landscape and its medioeval urban setting, but also for its Palio. Since1995 downtown Siena has become UNESCO Patrimony of Humanity. The city is the native place...

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Assisi & Cortona: Discovering Saint Francis

Assisi is a small Umbrian town in central Italy, located 20 km east of Perugia. Assisi was the birthplace of St. Francis, who founded the Franciscan religious order in the town in 1208, and St. Clare (Chiara d'Offreducci), the founder of...

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Classic Tuscany: Valdorcia, amazing countryside!

Valdorcia is a large tuscan valley, a hilly area south of Siena. Valdorcia represents the typical landscape of Tuscany, fantastic views many medioeval small towns, but also from renaissance and back to romanic ages. Two of the most famous ones...

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Sansepolcro, Arezzo and Monterchi: Following the footsteps of Piero della Francesca

Piero della Francesca was born in Sansepolcro in 1416/17 and died on 12th October in 1492 (the day when the New Continent, Amrica was discovered by Christopher Columbus!!!) He was a mathematitian and an Italian painter. He was certainly...

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