bb near Florence Terrazza Ginori the surrounding area

  • Firenze
  • Sesto Fiorentino Tomba Etrusca
  • siena
  • Villa Pratolino
  • chianti
  • Fiesole

Itinerary in Tuscany


The city of Reinassance, thanks to the artistic and cultural heritage is one of the most visited city all over the world. The most famous of them all is  the Uffizi museum, one of the finest art galleries in the world, but there are also many other important and much-visited museums. The main monuments are the Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, the Baptistery San Giovanni, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, home of many handcraftjewelry shops selling antique and designer jewelry and Palazzo Pitti  with many private museum of paintings, sculptures and other like the Palatine Gallery, the Silver Museum, the Modern Art Gallery and Galleria del Costume.


Very close to Florence,  but has a distinct character of its own. It’s situated in a splendidly panoramic position on the hill overlooking Florence.Unlike Florence, Fiesole is of Etruscan origin, and both Etruscan and Roman remains can be found in the extensive Archaeological Area. Great historical value are the Romanesque cathedral of San Romolo, with its characteristic tower-shaped campanile, Palazzo Vescovile, founded in the 11th and rebuilt in the 17th century, and the ancient church ofSanta Maria Primerana, which was built over an earlier Etruscan construction.
Very interesting the ancient  Roman Theatre , especially during “Estate Fiesolana” event.


A few kilometres from Florence, among the rolling hills, the tall cypress trees, stretches the territory of the Mugello. Mugello circuit, history, culture, open air activities as golf field, trekking, horse and bycicle walking  these are the things the Mugello has to offer.