Join our day trip to visit Florence, the Cradle of Italian Renaissance. Then, reach Pisa, by train, the city famous all over the world for its Leaning Tower. Do not miss this chance to vist some of the most iconic cities of Italian Renaissance.
Book a full day tour of Florence with us and we will show you the numerous sites of Florence. As you stroll through the famous Piazza dei Miracoli with its marble architecture and walking alongside the medieval walls, marvel at the beauty of Renaissance brilliancy. Your tour guide will lead you to a visit inside the Cathedral and illustrate the world famous Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Florence is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, known as the cradle of the Renaissance. As we walk around the historic center of Florence, you’ll see the momentous monuments, churches and buildings that were built during the medieval times. We will visit Florence's landmark, Palazzo Vecchio, as well as the beautiful ancient bridge Ponte Vecchio which spans the Arno River. The famous domed Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore is considered one of the most important sites in Florence. At the heart of the city in the Piazza della Signoria holds the marble sculpture Fountain of Neptune. The famous Medici Chapel and the Mausoleum of the Medici family can be found in San Lorenzo Cathedral. Nearby is the Uffizi Gallery, one of the finest art museums in the world that holds the masterpiece of Michelangelo and many other Renaissance artists. Part of our tour is to discover these magnificent places and see them in the light of the Florentine history and what shapes the character of the modern Florence.
After Florence, you will be transferred to another Tuscan jewel: Pisa.
The leaning tower of Pisa is a freestanding bell tower, situated behind the Cathedral and it is the third oldest structure in the Piazza del Duomo. In this tour, you will admire it from the outside and discover from our local guide as to the reason why Pisa’s tower started to tilt and how over the centuries, the structure was increased gradually.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Piazza dei Miracoli will certainly enchant you.
Located in Piazza del Duomo is the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower along with the Baptistery and Giotto’s Campanile which are all part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Cathedral is one of Italy’s largest churches and its brick dome remains the largest in the world. Dedicated to Saint Reparata, the Duomo is decorated with beautiful facades, mosaics, statues, paintings of scenes, frescoes and monuments. The famous clock faces above the main door portraits four Prophets or Evangelists. The Crypt of Filippo Brunelleschi is open to the public.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We suggest wearing comfortable clothes and shoes.