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Florence Vespa Tour: Tuscan Hills and Italian Cuisine

From US$106.30
  • Travel Florence like a local on a vintage Vespa 
  • The guide gives you pointers and ensures your safety 
  • Take in the scenery of the Tuscan hills on the ride 
Florence Vespa Tour: Tuscan Hills and Italian Cuisine
From US$106.30
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2:30pm Tour: Double + Single
Afternoon Florence Vespa tour, with one double Vespa for two people and one Vespa for sole use.
From US$116.91
9am Tour: Double + Single
Morning Florence Vespa tour, with one double Vespa for two people and one Vespa for sole use.
From US$116.91
9am Departure: Single Vespa
Morning Florence Vespa tour, with one Vespa for sole use.
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Travel through Tuscany like a local—on the back of your own vintage Vespa scooter—on this half-day tour from Florence. Follow your guide's lead, and take in sights such as the Church of San Miniato al Monte, Piazzale Michelangelo, and the rolling Tuscan hills without the added stress of following a map or deciphering Italian traffic signs. Plus, rest and refuel with an included lunch of traditional fare.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and small group of 10 or fewer in central Florence. Listen to a safety briefing, and get comfortable on the provided vintage PK Vespa. Your guide will ensure you feel ready to drive safely.

Follow your guide through the city streets on your way to your first stop, the Church of San Miniato al Monte. Explore this less-visited Romanesque gem, and take in panoramic views of distant Florence.

Pass vineyards and poppy fields as you head into the Tuscan hills. Take breaks for photos, and to listen to your guide talk about the area’s history and culture. Make a stop at the Piazzale Michelangelo, from which you can see Florence’s Duomo and the Arno River.

Back in town, eat an authentic Tuscan meal on a private terrace. Afterward, head to your original departure point to return your scooter and helmet.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing Tour & Beautiful Day

My husband and I did the Florence Vespa Tour with Fabio. He was very knowledgeable about Italian history and made the whole tour excellent. I was a little nervous about riding a vespa for the first time ever and he took time and did not...More

Thank Brenda K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing tour

Besides for getting lucky with the weather, this trip was amazing. Our tour guide gave us a little driving lesson before getting on the Vespa and going for the day to make sure we were all comfortable. Driving the Vespa was a lot of fun...More

Thank Phoebe W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fantastic Vespa Tour

The best thing myself and my partner experienced in Florence! I chose this scooter tour because they use vintage Vespas. The scooters are automatic and easy to drive. Yo get an introduction how to drive safely. Our guide Ale was superb. Funny, friendly and very...More

Thank Simon G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
The guide was good and the scenery spectacular

But beware! The traffic and roads are VERY DANGEROUS!!! Ride with caution. I never would’ve done this tour if I saw the traffic beforehand. You make 2 stops to take pics but otherwise you can’t see much if you’re driving . The guide was very...More

1  Thank 760erins
Reviewed 11 December 2017
Vespa was Fun

Fabian was our tour guide for this event, and he was awesome. A fellow Scarlet Knight from Rutgers. He was pleasant and very knowledgeable. What's good about Fabian is that he is easy to talk to and very approachable. He's not just doing the tour...More

1  Thank Pl N
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