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Chianti wine tour from Florence full day
Choose our private tour with English speaking guide. You can choose walking tour or Mercedes car tour in.
You will see:
- Chianti winery
- Villa di Vignamaggio
- Greve in Chianti
- Verrazzano castle
Prices: from 450 euro
Duration: 8 hours
The cost of wine tasting at the Verrazzano castle ranges from €15 to €50 per person, depending on the type of wine tasting you choose at the castle. The cost of wine tasting at the Villa Geradini ranges from €15 to €50 per person, depending on the type of wine tasting you choose at the villa.
Having lunch or dinner at Dario Cecchini’s will allow you to enjoy the exquisite taste of Tuscan cuisine. You will be offered carpaccio, several types of steaks, including the famous Florentine steak, vegetables, Tuscan herb-flavored lard, and of course, Chianti wine. The cozy, relaxed atmosphere will leave the most pleasant impressions in your memory. The cost of lunch or dinner at Dario Cecchini’s is €50 per person.
The cost of the tour does not include the cost of professional guide services and the cost of tasting with lunch or dinner. If you wish to order these services, please activate them in the “Additional services” field. The choice of tasting option and the number of hours worked by the guide are made when placing an order. Tastings, lunch or dinner are paid for separately by tourists, directly at the farm’s cash desks. The cost of guide services is paid by tourists to the guide at the end of the tour. When ordering a tour, a security deposit of 13% of its cost is paid, and the remaining cost of the tour is paid by tourists to the driver upon its completion.
- from Florence to Verrazzano Castle approximately 40 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel
- from Verrazzano Castle to Greve in Chianti approximately 20 minutes
- from Greve in Chianti to Villa Gherardini approximately 20 minutes
- from Villa Gherardini to Florence approximately 1 hour, depending on the location of your hotel
- from Greve in Chianti to Dario Cecchini approximately 25 minutes
- from Dario Cecchini to Florence approximately 1 hour, depending on the location of your hotel
Our full day Chianti wine tour from Florence is the ideal opportunity to experience the stunning Tuscan countryside, enjoy delectable food and wine, and discover the history and culture of the area. Our trips take you to some of the top wineries in the Chianti region and are conducted by educated, personable tour guides. A delightful lunch or dinner including regional dishes will be served, and you’ll have the chance to sample a selection of wines, including the well-known Chianti Classico. You can enjoy a lovely day in total comfort by renting a cozy minivan with a private driver and a personal guide in Chianti who will lead an entertaining tour for you (not included in the tour fee).
Our Chianti wine tour is the ideal opportunity to experience the stunning Tuscan countryside, enjoy delectable food and wine, and discover the history and culture of the area. Our trips take you to some of the top wineries in the Chianti region and are conducted by educated, personable tour guides. A delightful lunch or dinner including regional dishes will be served, and you’ll have the chance to sample a selection of wines, including the well-known Chianti Classico. You can enjoy a lovely day in total comfort by renting a cozy minivan with a private driver and a personal guide in Chianti who will lead an entertaining tour for you (not included in the tour fee).
After taking a stroll through Greve in Chianti and enjoying a cup of coffee, you’ll head to the house where Mona Lisa once lived. On the way to the property, there is a stunning cypress lane that makes for some amazing photo opportunities. You will be treated to a Chianti wine tasting at the property before making your way back. A visit to Villa Gardini can be swapped for lunch at Dario Cecchini, the most renowned Tuscan butcher, upon request. Simply mention this while placing an order. Florentine steak, Chianti wine, and other delicacies will be served to you in a welcoming and relaxing environment.
Following lunch, you will be driven back to your hotel. To best appreciate a wine and gastronomic tour and take in the beauty of Chianti’s landscapes, book a one-day tour in Chianti. A comfortable minivan with a personal driver and a personal guide in Chianti, who will conduct an exciting tour for you (not included in the tour price), will enable you to spend a wonderful day with complete comfort.
Chianti is a well-known wine brand worldwide. The name of this wine is directly related to the territory located between Florence, Siena, and Arezzo, called Chianti. This hilly valley is the most valuable gem of Tuscany. Endless vineyards, olive groves that spread on the hills in combination with unique medieval architecture and cypress alleys. Truly mesmerizing landscapes. The main types of wine produced in this area are Chianti, Chianti Classico, and Chianti Classico Riserva. The state strictly monitors the compliance with the technology and quality of these wines.
Castello di Verazzano – According to documents kept in the Passignano Abbey’s (L’Abbazia di Passignano) library, the first records of the estate date back to 1150 in the XII century. The Castello di Verazzano estate is situated in the heart of Chianti Classico, 22 kilometers from Florence, atop a hill surrounded by vineyards and olive groves.
Near Greve in Chianti, there is a medieval villa called Villa di Vignamaggio. It is reputed to be the birthplace of the Mona Lisa and contains a garden from the Renaissance. The villa’s owner thinks that the painting’s background was inspired by the villa’s surroundings.
Near Greve in Chianti is the medieval villa known as Villa di Vignamaggio. It is reputed to be the birthplace of the Mona Lisa and contains a garden from the Renaissance. The villa’s owner thinks that the painting’s background was inspired by the villa’s surroundings.
The mansion was initially constructed in the 14th century, and it has a fascinating past. It has been owned by a number of illustrious families over the years, notably the Gherardini family, who is thought to have hired Leonardo da Vinci to create the well-known Mona Lisa image. The villa’s spectacular architecture, lovely gardens, and interesting history make it a well-liked tourist destination today.
In the center of Chianti, there is a medieval village called Greve in Chianti. Its main square is lovely, and Antica Macellaria Falorni, a butcher store serving delectable Tuscan fare, is located there.
In the Chianti region, close to Greve, is the hilltop village of Montefioralle. It is renowned for its vibrant homes and breathtaking vistas of the countryside beyond. The renowned Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci was born in the town.
If you have the time, all of these locations are well worth a visit because they provide a window into the rich history and culture of Chianti.
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