Florence Through the Centuries
Walk through the center of historical Florence and view the
successive layers of Medieval and Renaissance architecture.
Uffizi: Through the Artist's Eyes
See the masterpieces from a new point of view - an experienced guide
can unravel
both the highlights and secrets of the Florentine Renaissance.
Piazzas Cloisters and Lesser-Known Museums
The Santissima Annunziata neighborhood has many jewels and secrets to
reveal, such as famous cloisters, corridors, food markets and culinary treats.
Siena: The Gothic Dream
In contrast to Renaissance Florence, Siena is full of Gothic palaces, such as the newly restored medieval hospital, Santa Maria della Scala.
San Gimignano, the Quintessential Medieval Hilltown
As we walk back into the Middle-Ages, we'll see the brick and stone house-towers
silhouetted against landscape worthy of Renaissance paintings.
In the Footsteps of Galileo
Trace the great scientist's discoveries in the lesser-known
science museums of Florence.
Walking theEnvirons of Fiesole and Settignano

Not far from Florence is some of the most fascinating landscape to be seen
in Tuscany.This tour includes a visit to the garden of Villa Gamberaia
and the city of Fiesole.