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Tuscany by scooter 2TU1901

Freitag, 24. Mai 2019 | Domenico Schiano | Europa / Italien

Day 1, Welcome to Florence

Welcome to Tuscany!!! A cloudy sky in Florence is not too bad when you want to go for a walk through the centre! And this is how the tour started, with a visit to the cradle of Reinassance. We could admire some of the most impressive monuments, such as the Cathedral with its belltower and baptistery, then the church of Santa Croce, the Ponte Vecchio and the Piazza della Signoria, before having lunch and going back to the hotel for the scooter handover!

The view from the belltower
Carol, Beth and Deborah
A sweet coffee break
Ponte Vecchio
Some cheap wines
Some rain on Ponte Vecchio
The David...
... and the Valentino
Lunch in Florence

Day 2, San Gimignano

Unfortunately the clouds brought also some rain, so today we had to wear our rain gear before starting, but we still enjoyed a great ride through the Chianti hills before reaching San Gimignano, the Manhattan of the Middle Ages. On the way back, passing through Piazzale Michelangelo, it was impossible not to stop and enjoy a stunning view of Florence!!

Greve in Chianti
Coffee break
In the macelleria Falorni
San Gimignano
Group picture
Blub is a very famous street artist, and of course he passed by also here...
Back in Florence, the view from Piazzale Michelangelo
Dinner!

Day 3, Arezzo

A beautiful ride on the Passo della Consuma, just after leaving Florence, took us to the charming little village of Poppi, where we stopped for our first coffee break. After that, we finally reached Arezzo, the highlight of today, with its beautiful historic centre where also the famous movie "la Vita è bella" was filmed. On the way back, some threathening clouds suggested us to wear rain gear... and it was a good idea!

The medieval castle of Poppi
Kania in the main square of Arezzo
Preparing fresh pasta...
... that we had to taste!!!
Last coffee and gelato break in Reggello

Day 4, Siena

Finally a beautiful weather! Today we enjoyed a great ride through the Chianti hills, first to reach the beautiful city of Siena and then also on the way back! Enjoy the pictures!

Piazza del Campo in Siena
Lunch with a view!
The Cathedral of Siena
Our Vespas are so nice!
Another group picture
And some action!

Day 5, The Mugello and the Appennine

What a day! Thousands of curves, perfect weather, a delicious dinner downtown Florence... what else could we ask for?

At the Mugello racetrack
Our lunch spot in palazzuolo sul Senio
On the Muraglione pass
Florentine steak for dinner!
Piazza della Signoria by night

Day 6, Olive oil tasting and Vallombrosa

The last (unfortunately!) riding day was also the most relaxed, we left the hotel a little later and rode to Reggello where we could visit an old oil mill, learn something about the production of olive oil and also do a tasting! After lunch, we reached Florence passing by Vallombrosa, another great ride!

Thank you for a beautiful tour, ride safe!!!

Last group picture
Guided tour of the oil mill
The millstone
they don't produce just oil!
Oil tasting
Lunch time
What a beautiful place
In Vallombrosa
The abbey of Vallombrosa
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Steve and Shari
Samstag, 25. Mai 2019 um 22:22

Really nice job on the blog and great job on the tour. Thank you Dominico for being both a great guide and a wonderful host

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