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Family Italy - Treasures of Tuscany Overview
- 2012-10-01 - 2014-12-31
Explore Italian renaissance cities and fascinating medieval towns with the family
Immerse the family in the cultural charms of one of Italy’s most famous regions for a holiday that’s as enjoyable as it is educational. Explore the treasure-trove of historic art cities, with awe-inspiring architecture at every corner. Delve deep into underground wine cellars, tuck into Tuscany’s famous dishes and learn how to make pasta in an authentic cooking class. Unwind in hot springs or by the apartment pool to ensure all the family return home relaxed after a fantastic family break.
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Arrive at the Il Cassero Apartments in the heart of Tuscany. We will stay in a small apartment which has private bathroom with shower, fully equiped kitchen and a fridge. The rooms are all furnished in traditional local style with beams and wooden floors.
A small medieval village nestled in the rolling hills of Tuscany, Lucignano's unique pear-shaped design is considered a rare example of medieval architecture.
Among Italy's most captivating cities, Siena is a stunning experience with its majestic Gothic churches, friendly locals and one of Europe's great medieval squares.
Today a day trip in a private vehicle takes us to Montepluciano, famous for its wines this small city also has a lot of interesting art and architecture. Here we can discover medieval underground cellars, Montepulciano is one of the only places in the world where there are ancient underground cellars dating back to Etruscan times right in the heart of the town.
Awash with artistic treasures, Florence is Italy's most revered city for its Renaissance and religious masterpieces, enchanting historic centre and unsurpassed beauty.
Head to the birthplace of the patron saint of animals, St Francis of Assisi, and meander its charming squares that date back to the middle ages. Move on to spend the afternoon walking round the equally captivating walled town of Cortona with lovely views across the local countryside.
Today is our final full day and it is left free for us to choose your own activities. We may wish to relax by the pool, we can also opt to take a half day kayaking trip. This evening enjoy our final dinner as a group
Our trip ends today with a transfer to the airport to join your flights home.
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