|1/6 A drive in a horse and carriage through the streets of Florence
Alessandro with his open carriage driven by his horse Pilade, will be happy to take you on a tour of the historic centre of Florence. Seated comfortably behind the coachman you can admire the Renaissance facades at leisure in the style of travellers doing the Grand Tour of Italy a century ago.
|2/6 Wine tasting and cooking lessons in the heart of Chianti
We would like to recommend a programme of Wine Tasting and Cooking Lessons in the delightful medieval hamlet of Badia a Passignano about thirty kilometers from Florence. Next to the beautiful Benedictine Abbey you will find the historic cellars belonging to the famous wine-making family, the Marchesi Antinori, dating back to the ninth century. There is also an Enoteca, or wine bar and a very elegant restaurant serving delicious Tuscan cuisine.
|3/6 Floating through the clouds over a Tuscan landscape
A bird’s eye view of the hills of Tuscany covered in vineyards, olive groves, medieval castles and old stone farmhouses is something you will not want to miss. An air balloon buoyed by the fresh early morning breeze will take you up for an unforgettable aerial view of Tuscany, an exhilarating experience that will remain with you always.