Reviewed by dbeckers from Regno Unito
Great way to see a lot of Florence
We had a half day to spend in Florence (as part of a Mediterranean cruise) and when we saw an Eco Tour golf buggy advertising a 90 minute tour of the city in Santa Croce square it looked an ideal way to see quite a lot in a short time - which it certainly was. Our driver /guide was very helpful, expertly steering through the narrow streets and letting us get off at regular intervals to take photos etc. You are equipped with a hand held audio device (better than earphones!) but our driver told us much more. We got to see the other side of the river which we would not have done if we had tried to walk around Florence. The price was 29 euros per person - more than you would pay for a typical tourist road train type of tour - but so much better. It was like our own private excursion!
Reviewed by Mowalee A from
Best tour ever, friendly informative and lovely place. The cars were environmental friendly.
The company was cooperating with all needs.
Reviewed by Susanna T from Regno Unito
Eco Tour of Florence
If you are going to visit Florence and you don’t have much time to look around, I strongly recommend booking an Eco Tour that will allow you to be shown the city centre (pedestrian area only) by an eco-friendly electric golf cart.
We were in Florence in August and it was quite hot. Knowing that my 8 years old daughter would not have been willing to walk around for too long in such a heat, I booked a tour and off we went.
Best choice ever! My daughter seemed mesmerized by the informative audio commentary that was provided thanks to a hand held device. She was really engaged throughout the tour that had 19 stops and lasted one hour and a half. At each stop we had time to get off and take pictures and our guide Sabrina was so kind, giving additional information and suggestions.
We had a great time, thank you!
Susanna Telford Shropshire uk
Reviewed by Mark10124 from Regno Unito
Eco Tour of Florence
We had a very enjoyable tour of Florence in an electric buggy with our tour guide Sabrina. The tour was conducted mainly via a hand held device on which the commentary was recorded for each stop. However, our guide was more that eager to provide additional information at each stop. This tour should really be taken in the first couple of days of your visit to Florence to help familiarise yourself with the landmarks of this compact and fascinating city.