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Discover the beauty of Tuscany, from its picturesque capital to its breath-taking rolling hills
Get under the skin of Florence, Italy's capital of culture
Enjoy the flavours of Tuscany, sampling local wines and regional delicacies
This classic itinerary is the ideal combination of city and countryside
May to September are fantastic months to visit Tuscany, when the weather is generally warm and dry - a typical Mediterranean climate. April and November are cooler and also good times to visit. Florence is an exciting place to visit at any time of the year, and most attractions are open all year round. The best time to visit Florence is in May, early June, late September and October, when temperatures are more favourable.
Discover the cultural, gastronomic and scenic delights of Tuscany and its capital, Florence, with this classic combination. Explore the city's galleries, famous landmarks and boutiques before spending time relaxing and taking in the spectacular scenery of rural Tuscany.
Begin your Tuscan exploration in Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance and home of Italian art and culture. Spend three nights here at the Hotel Savoy, a luxurious base at the heart of the city, where you’ll have easy access to some of Florence’s most iconic landmarks.
Explore the city with your private guide, visiting the impressive Duomo and the Piazza della Signoria, walk along the famed Ponte Vecchio and take to the Arno River to discover Florence from the water. This fascinating city is a haven for culture lovers and its museums are well worth a visit for those interested in Italian art. Explore the world-class Uffizi Gallery or make your way to the Accademia to catch a glimpse of Michelangelo’s David.
From Florence, drive south to the magnificent rolling hills of rural Tuscany. Renowned for its breath-taking landscapes, this region is known as one of Italy’s most beautiful, thanks to its verdant hills scattered with olive groves and vineyards.
Here you’ll spend four nights at the exclusive Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco, a luxurious retreat overlooking the spectacular scenery of the Val d’Orcia. Sitting in 5,000 acres of sweeping hills and vineyards, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is the ideal location from which to explore the Tuscan countryside.
Discover the beauty of the Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, cycle around the extensive estate or search for truffles in autumn. Food lovers can learn how to make traditional Tuscan dishes in cooking classes suitable for the whole family, while the adults can enjoy Brunello di Montalcino tastings in Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco’s winery. During your stay in Tuscany, take part in as many of the activities as you’d like, or simply relax and take in the incredible views.
Learn how to make some of Tuscany's classic dishes at La Canonica cooking school at Castiglion del Bosco, alongside expert chefs who will guide you in the art of creating authentic Tuscan cuisine.
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