April to October: Daily
FLORENCETOWN BOOKING OFFICE, Piazza Mentana 2red FIRENZE (opposite the Arno River).
So there is no last-minute rush, please arrive 15 minutes early to the start time.
Same as the start point
Enjoy a guided E-Bike tour of Florence and the stunning Tuscan countryside, including a memorable journey up the hill to the marvelous Piazzale Michelangelo, the city’s most amazing viewpoint.
Set off on a snappy e-bike and pedal effortlessly across the flowing Arno river and “climb” the sumptuously tree-lined Viale dei Colli to reach a panoramic viewpoint: Piazzale Michelangelo, a terrace offering spectacular views of Florence’s towers, palaces, red rooftops and lovely bridges. Snap some insta-worthy pictures before heading to your next stop: the Chianti shire.
Enjoy a semi private exclusive tour and soak in the beauty of your scenic surrounds while riding a bike through the gentle hills of Chianti wine region.
You will be biking through ancient olive groves and vineyards, among the Anello del Rinascimento".
Spend time in an olive oil mill in an ancient noble estate, where you can enjoy a guided tour and learn about the processes involved in producing olive oil. A taste of their gourmet olive oil will reveal all the incredible flavors that their passion and work generate.
Also included in the tour is a visit to a fascinating small boutique winery where you will enjoy a typical Tuscan meal and relax until its time to return to Florence.
The bike itinerary includes flat, downhill and uphill sections, to give you a complete variety of views and biking experiences.
About the Supplier: Florencetown offers authentic Italian experiences through its unique tours and activities. Their tours are interactive and focus on exclusivity and personalized attention
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Group Size: 12
Age Restrictions: Those under the age of 14 have to sit this one out.
Unfortunately, the tour is not suitable for those with mobility problems.
Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.
For children, wine is substituted with non-alcoholic drinks.
Know before you book:
Mileage: 20 miles round-trip (about 30 kms)
Terrain: Mostly paved back roads with little traffic, some white roads.
The itinerary is not strenuous but hilly and requires a good condition, being an intermediate level itinerary.
The tour can be done in EASY MODE, with Minivan support helping in the few uphill sections.
This tour is NOT recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
We had decided not to hire a car while we were in Florence yet wanted to get out to see some of the countryside. This was an excellent tour for that. It was all very well...
We took our 2 grown daughters on this bike tour and we had a wonderul family day. Our tour guide Joseph made the trip so much fun and informative. Lunch was delicious as well...
This was the most fun thing we did on our trip! Not a trip for sissies or anyone not used to biking often. It was challenging, but doable. We enjoyed the guides and had a...
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