Historical City Tours

Florence: the capital of Renaissance

Firenze, known as Florence, is a city that needs no introduction. It’s the cradle of the Renaissance and the place which hosts the greatest expression of art in the world. We’re talking about one of the most beautiful cities on the...

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Hidden Tuscany: Cortona and Arezzo

A private tour in Tuscany doesn’t always transmit the true spirit and treasures of this region as an authentic Tuscany Experience. Our “Hidden Tuscany: Cortona and Arezzo” tour is designed for those who want to head off the...

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Medieval tour: Siena, San Gimignano and Monteriggioni

The region of Tuscany displays evidence of various epochs, starting with the Etruscan age. The Middle Ages, an era from the 5th -15th centuries BC, left a clear mark on many cities starting with Siena, one of the most popular tourist destinations...

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Assisi & Cortona: Discovering Saint Francis

Saint Francis of Assisi is one of the most outstanding figures in the history of Christianity, and the fact that the current Pope has chosen to name himself after the Saint clearly demonstrates his impact on the history of humanity. If you...

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Classic Tuscany: Valdorcia, amazing countryside!

Peace. Well-being. The Val d’Orcia transmits extraordinary feelings to those who are lucky enough to visit, and the reason for this magic is a blend of the beauties of the territory, historical heritage, and local products of the highest...

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

Both painter and mathematician, Piero della Francesca is one of the great examples of Renaissance culture. A synthesis between philosophy and geometry, between mathematics and aesthetics, he was a complex artist driven by the constant search...

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