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Day Trip to Leonardo da Vinci Birthplace from Florence with Light Lunch
"Explore the countryside in this air-conditioned van and visit the place where one of most brilliant Renaissance personalities Leonardo da Vinci was born and lived. In the morning you will first stop at the recently opened museum in Leonardo’s original house: a country mansion in the town of Anchiano where thanks to state-of-the-art technology Leonardo himself will welcome you and share anecdotes of his life and work.Next we will have an audio-guided visit to the Leonardiano museum in Vinci which highlights Leonardo’s technical side as inventor and engineer. The tour will end with a de""
From EUR105.00
 
Small-Group Walking Food Tour of Florence with Lunch at Chef's House
"A small-group tour that provides a different and tasty way to discover Florence and his traditions. During this tour you will learn about the history of Florence and its culinary traditions discovering the food market and walking around the city center and stopping in interesting places.This tour was planned and organized by tour guides (with a PhD in art history) and a professional chef (with a PhD in archeology and evolution of fo professionalism and excellence.The tour will start with bringing you to the Mercato Centrale the old food market where the Florentines go for buying delicacies: t-bone steak porcini mushrooms extra virgin olive oil wine
From EUR126.00
 
A Bite of Pistoia Small Group Tour with an Authentic Italian Brunch
"Pistoia has been declared Italy’s Capital of Culture for 2017 so we say now’s the time to get a head start and discover it!  Located at the foot of the Appennine Mountains Pistoia is the new alternative destination in Tuscany. It has a number of beautiful churches and squares dating back from the 11th century and boasts a lively vibe with its own totally unique character. It’s also very easy to reach because of its position between Florence and Lucca in the heart of Tuscany.  Your Pistoia tour will start with a walk to the centre of the old city. We’ll explore the medieval narrow lanes all around the ancient Sala Square that dates back to the 8th century.  From there you’ll get your first taste of the city’s great atmosphere
From EUR65.00

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Leonardo is all over the place

There are many gift shops in Vinci, and most are nice. If you want something related to da Vinci, then you're in luck. From keychains, to blankets, everything and anything has either Leonardo's face...
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We found two shops near the castle that are worth mentioning. These shops are related to Leonardos work. They also got a range of postcards and articles.The wind was howling really hard the last day...
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Mercato Centrale - Central Market

If you love food and you wish to bring home some of the tastes you enjoyed during your trip, you cannot miss the San Lorenzo Market, also called Mercato Centrale. it is an indoor market so it is a...
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Vasari Corridor - Corridoio Vasariano

Corridoio Vasariano (Vasari Corridor) is an elevated enclosed passageway which conneCts the Palazzo Pitti with Palazzo the Palazzo Vecchio. The corridor was built by order of of Grand Duke Cosimo I...
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Chiesa Di San Frediano In Cestello

The church of San Frediano in Castello is one of the most beautuful examples of the Firentine late Barocco style. The church was built on the site of an previous 15th century sacral object, the...
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Brancacci Chapel

What a treasure this little chapel is. It features a number of frescoes by Masaccio who is credited with bringing three-dimensionality to painting. In his works, the figures are lifelike, emotional...
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Chiesa Di Santa Maria del Carmine

After visiting the Brancacci Chapel in this church, we headed out of the chapel entrance and were able to slip into the church through the front entrance (the entrance to the chapel is separate from...
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Chiesa Di Ognissanti

The Chiesa di Ognissanti, or Church of All-Saints, dates back to the 13th century but it was almost entirely remodelled during the 17th century. Bartolomeo Pettirossi was responsible for the church's...
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