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Tour Segway Florence
"Visit the Pearl of the Renaissance at night when the famous sights of Florence are well lit and most fascinating. Our tour of Florence lasting two hours is an unforgettable way to see Florence.The Tour of Florence on Segway is limited to small groups so as to ensure an unforgettable experience. • Piazza del Duomo• Baptistery• Republic Square• Church Orsa Michelle• Market Porcellino• Piazza della Signoria• Loggia dei Lanzi (Perseu)• Palazzo Vecchio• Piazza Santa Cro"""Visit the Pearl of the Renaissance in segway when the famous sights of Florence are well lit and most fascinating. This tour of Florence
From EUR85.00
 
Florence Art and Street Food WalkingTour
"Combine art and food and you will get the best tour.Spend two hours discovering the principal attractions of Florence the birthplace of the first gelato. Try one of the best one made with fresh ingredients while visiting the three main squares of Florence: Piazza Signoria Piazza Santa Croce and Piazza Duomo.Entering in the hidden medieval district you will learn how typical Tuscan dishes and panini are made such as Trippa Lampredotto and Porchetta.For those who are more picky you can save your energy for a delicious wine-tasting with typical Tuscan starters such as crostini ham and salami.At the end of the tour you will get suggestion to get the best lunch and dinner before you leave Florence!Each place we visit is chosen for its historic significance and outstanding reputation among locals and connoisseurs.""
From EUR118.00
 
Florence Bike Tour from Lucca
"Discover the magic of Florence on this 2 hour bicycle tour which starts in the narrow streets of the city center and takes you right to the heart of the city. As you see sites such as the Cathedral Uffizi Square Piazza della Signoria Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo your guide will share the history of the city with you.Your tour will wind its way through both the artisans and the Medieval district and you will see other amazing monuments including Palazzo Pitti San Frediano
From EUR35.00

More Local Customs in Eritrea

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Haggling

Haggling in Eritrea is light hearted and polite, as opposed to aggressive. You can generally get better deals in local markets and shops, where prices are rarely displayed.Haggling in other places can...
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Tipping

Tipping is not expected in the countryside, but is expected in the towns, particularly in larger hotels and restaurants who are used to dealing with tourists.Usually the normal 10% of the bill in a...
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Languages and people of Eritrea

There has never been carried out a proper population survey or census in Eritrea. Thus it is impossible to say exactly to state the population size or composition with any degree of precision.The...
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The Kunama

The Kunama are a people of Nilotic origin that live in the north-western part of Eritrea. They are the original people of this area of Gash Barka/Setit. A tremendously proud and beautiful people they...
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Greetings

When people meet - at least people who are aquainted or are seeing each other again after some time elapse they will in addition to a handshake bang shoulders: My right shoulder bangs three times...
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The local language spoken in...

The local language spoken in Eritrea is Tigrinay. In general, English is widely spoken and understood, as is Italian and some other European languages. The currency is called Nakfa, named after the...
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People Photography

In general, it seems the Eritreans do not like being photographed by strangers. Many times, women will cover their face or turn away. This seems to be true more in rural areas outside of Asmara.
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Asmara

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Top Things to Do in Eritrea

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Eritrea Travel and Tours

Perfect. This is the best word I can use to describe the service, skills and hospitality of these fantastic folks. The first thing you will find with Explore Eritrea Travel & Tours is that they...
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The Post Office

The Post Office is open from 8am – Noon and from 2-6pm Monday to Friday. On Saturdays they are open from 8am until Noon. I did see a yellow post box in another location in Keren and there is one...
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The Massawa War Memorial

This monument tells the story of Eritrea’s 30 year civil war with Ethiopia in dramatic fashion. Massawa was the only real port Ethiopia had and its loss was the complete turning point in the long...
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