Enjoy the Countryside of Florence in a Guided Walk
This 3-hour countryside walk is a sublime blend of beauty, culture, history and nature – a fantastic way to see the best beautiful views of Florence. What’s more it takes you on a journey through the ages, past secret gardens, and a 1000-year-old monastery.
Views of Florence from Above
You’ll stroll along shaded cypress paths, hillside olive groves, and grand riverside palaces. But not just – you’ll see the bustle of Florence’s prettiest village quarter and a picturesque cobble-stoned Renaissance hamlet. Stunning sights of the Florentine landscape and Tuscan countryside await you!
Discover Secrets of Hidden Italian Masterpieces
You’ll be astonished as you enter into one of Italy’s most atmospheric, mysterious & sacred places. Here, you’ll hear startling stories about its superb masterpieces. Then as you step outside, you’ll see stunning views of Florence & the typical Tuscan countryside.
Best Views of Florence – Walking Tour
Florence is full of panoramic spots for beautiful views. – But on this private countryside walk around Florence, you’ll skip the crowded, sweaty hotspots and enjoy the fresh air! You’ll experience cypress lined landscapes, old-walled paths and spectacular scenery of views over Florence! – Join us on this special private walking tour along the old city walls.
Take a Break from the Crowded City
If you’re tired of the museums or finished with the art galleries, this walking tour of the countryside is the perfect way to get out. No need to travel far, but you’ll feel like you’re in the countryside!
For more ways to enjoy Beautiful Views of Florence see:
- Vegan Pasta and Cantucci Cookie Making with Beautiful Views of Florence – A fun, plant-based Italian cooking class in a stunning villa with wine and dinner overlooking Florence
- A Perfect Morning in Tuscany – Enjoy an easy hike through along the paths of Fiesole, stopping for wine and olive oil tasting, and a light lunch
- An Alchemist’s Walk – A unique guided tour of the fantastical Boboli gardens and their mysterious grottos, followed by a jewelers workshop visit and a perfumer alchemist’s studio, finished off with a sunset cocktail.