Sun-baked Tuscany is home to many world-renowned cities, including Florence, Pisa, Siena and San Gimignano. And then there’s a host of pretty villages, soul-stirring, picture-perfect countryside and a wealth of Renaissance treasures, along with some of the finest Iocal produce and wines in Italy.
This is an unforgttable region, laying claim to the best of everything Italian. Exodus Tuscany trips take you away from the tourists, encouraging you to explore by bike or on foot, on a guided or self-guided adventure.
Tuscany Adventure Holidays
8 DaysfromUSD 3,549
Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)
Authentic Tuscany: an unforgettable get-away in Chianti
Holidays to Tuscany are beyond compare. Visit the gems of Lucca, Pisa and Florence on a holiday to Italy taking in the best-kept secrets of the region. Walking holidays in Tuscany cannot be complete without a stay in the charming forests and hills of the Garfagnana. You’ll find the perfect rural retreat at the family-run agriturismo of Braccicorti – the ideal base for walking holidays in Tuscany.
Some of the best road cycling in Tuscany can be found in the north of the region. On this trip we discover the iconic city of Pisa, ride through quiet mediaeval villages and the glorious landscape that connects them and savour a huge range of delicious food and wine. What better way to explore the ‘Bel Paese’ (Beautiful Country)?
We just returned from this trip and would highly recommend to anyone who enjoys the Italian way of life, cycling in great countryside and beautiful scenery, doesn’t mind regular climbs. We had great company from a lovely group of fellow cyclists and stayed in reasonable hotels en route. We like trips that are door to door with no transfers. This route was particularly good as each hotel was a 2 night stay with a couple of circular rides on day 2 – just good not to have to pack and move on every day.
This tour was a welcome change from the fast paced touring of the big cities. We became familiar with the topography and vegetation as we hiked daily, also visiting towns known for wines and cheeses. The town of Chianciano provided a magnificent backdrop to our accomodation of Agriturismo La Pietriccia. We were awakened every morning to the rooster crowing. Stefano was an attentive and knowledgeable host. Plenty of food was served at the 4 course suppers. I feel this tour was necessary to complete my knowledge of the culture of Italy!