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Join us in the comfort of our vehicles and enjoy a Private Day outing with one of our entertaining and informative Driver GuidesA Driver Guide is the perfect compromise between a Chauffer and a Local Certified Tour Guide. He is a knowledgeable person, fluent in the language required, passionate about the culture of Tuscany and its traditions . At disposal during your driving time he will enrich you with the local history, suggest the best places, according to your wishes and expectations. He will advise you on the highlights and how to best enjoy the sites on the itinerary. A Driver Guide will not take clients into museums or chuches, neither will be able to walk with clients through sites as this is the role of a certified local guide, who we can provide when specifically required.. Choose between the many itineraries we have designed thanks to our experience over the years or just let us know what your interests are and we'll be glad to help you develop an unforgetable day in Tuscany.

As a fully licensed company we are entitle to acces any city downtown traffic restricted area. It allows us to drop you off and pick you up in front of the most important sites without having to walk a mile or more from a parking lot.

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Siena and San Gimignano

San Gimignano still hails today as one of the most impressive medieval hilltowns of all of Italy.
Siena, the home to the summer festival, the Palio, the characteristic horse race in the main square, is yet another jewel of Tuscany.

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Pisa and Lucca

The visit to Pisa includes the Piazza dei Miracoli where clients admire the city's Romanesque architecture of the Cathedral, Baptistery and the Leaning Bell Tower.
Lucca, enclosed in its 16th century walls, is a delightful town with surprises around every corner.

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Pienza and Montepulciano

Pienza, once a sleepy medieval hilltown was transformed into what was to be Pope Pius II's idea of the ideal Renaissance city in the 15th century.
Sitting at an elevation of 605 mt. (about 2000 ft.) Montepulciano offers wonderful sceneries over the Tuscan rolling hills.

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Cinque Terre

The Cinque Terre, or five lands, a "UNESCO world heritage site", is a coastal grouping of five medieval fisherman's villages just north of La Spezia. These characteristic villages are famous for their breath-taking views of the coast and their unique architecture and landscape.

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Arezzo and Cortona

In Arezzo, clients will visit the recently restored fresco cycle by Piero della Francesca of the Legend of the True Cross.
Cortona, once an Etruscan town, is situated at 600 mt. (about 2000 ft.) embracing a view over the whole Valdichiana and the Trasimeno lake which has been the theatre of the famous Hannibal's ambush of the Roman army back in 217 BC.

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Assisi and Deruta

Located in the region of Umbria, Assisi is the quiet retreat to visit the sacred town where St. Francis was born, lived, began his ministry and buried.
After a visit to Assisi, the afternoon will offer clients a stop off in Deruta, a hill town in the Province of Perugia well known for its ceramics.

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Outlet Shopping

Just outside of Florence, about a 45 minutes drive, lies the shopper's paradise! All new outlets and The Mall offer the real bargain-hunter the opportunity to purchase goods at outlet prices.(Agnona, Balenciaga, Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Diesel, D&G and many others )

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Medici Villas

The Medici Family over the course of the nearly four centuries ruled the city of Florence and at the height of their power were the Grand Dukes of all of Tuscany.

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Fiesole and Settignano

In Fiesole, clients visit the oldest archaeological site in the area where there are Etruscan and Roman ruins.
Settignano is a short panoramic drive surrounded by rolling hills filled with olive groves and vineyards.