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Italy - Tuscany - Pisa to Florence - Self-Guided Leisure Cycling Holiday

Holiday Highlights

  • Riding between two of Italy’s most iconic cities
  • Cycling along quiet country lanes through Tuscan countryside
  • Exploring Pisa, home of the world-famous Piazza dei Miracoli
  • Spending a free day in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance
  • Cycling past fairy tale Renaissance palaces and villas
  • Visiting Vinci, the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci

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Day Description Distance Meals
1 Arrive into Pisa    
2 Pisa to Lucca 25 Miles / 40 Kms Approx. B  
3 Lucca to Montecarlo 22 Miles / 35 Kms Approx. B  
4 Montecarlo to Montecatini 14 Miles / 22 Kms Approx. B  
5 Montecatini to Vinci 19 Miles / 30 Kms Approx. B  
6 Vinci to Florence 27 Miles / 45 Kms Approx. B  
7 Free Day in Florence   B  
8 Departure from Florence   B  

Key: B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner

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Holiday Information

A beautiful journey between two of Italy's most iconic cities. Beginning in Pisa, the home of the famous Leaning Tower, your journey starts much like it will continue, by taking in some of the most classic historic sights in the country.
 
From Pisa, your journey will follow the course of the Serchio River as you pedal across beautiful Pisan countryside to the medieval city of Lucca. Well known for its pristinely preserved Renaissance walls encircling its historic, shady city centre, Lucca is the perfect spot for a stroll and a post-ride apperetivo. 
 
As you head deeper into Tuscany, the route will take in some of the region's smaller towns and villages, including charming Montecarlo, the spa town of Montecatini and Leonardo da Vinci's hometown, Vinci. 
 
You'll finish your ride in the utterly irrestistable Florence, one of the world's most enchanting cities. With so many fascinating sites to take in, we’ve scheduled in a free day here. The birthplace of the Renaissance; romantic, enchanting Florence (Firenze) is a place to lose yourself in world-class art and delicious Tuscan cuisine. Time to explore!
 
If you fancy an even more rural Tuscan experience, then do check out our Classic Tuscany holiday which allows you to explore the Crete Sinesi.
 
 

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Departure Dates:

Duration: 8 days
Return: 08/01/2050

Prices From:

£940 p.p.

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Holiday Summary

Duration:
8 days
Prices From:
£940
Estimated flight price
£200

Optional

Bike Hire
£165.00
Electric Bike Hire:
£275.00
Electric Bike Hire:
£275.00
Single Room:
£210.00
Single Room:
£210.00
Hotel Upgrade:
£245.00
Hotel Upgrade:
£245.00
Single Room (Hotel Upgrade):
£295.00
Single Room (Hotel Upgrade):
£295.00
Insurance - Europe 10 Day:
£47.00
Insurance - Europe 10 Day:
£47.00

Holiday Details

Season 1: 01/04 – 30/06 – £940 per person

Season 2: 01/07 – 31/08 – £1090 per person

Season 1: 01/09 – 31/10 – £940 per person

Place to place

7 nights small hotels/agriturismi/guesthouse accommodation

5 days riding

1 rest day

Breakfast included

Self-guided

Route notes and maps provided

Luggage transfers

Minimum 2 people

Daily departures

Ask about private departures and group bookings

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dire pane al pane e vino al vine Translation: Call bread bread and wine wine… This classic Italian phrase means you should simply ‘tell it how it is’, an important philosophy which soaks into the country’s authentic approach to cooking……

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Last Updated: 01/04/2016