Stop in the medieval town of San Gimignano and shop for some local wine
No rush, no stress, your pace
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Suggested pick up time
Pickup and drop-off directly at the port
Luxury air conditioned vehicle
English speaking driver
Stop in San Gimignano and time to visit the town
Stop in Siena and time to visit
All taxes, parking tolls, gasoline and driver maintenance
Meals and Drinks
Entrance fees, if required
Siena, SI, Italia
San Gimignano, SI, Italia
Discover of the Medieval side of Tuscany!
You will stop in Siena and have time to explore this medieval town. There is a very strong tradition tied to its 17 “contrade” (small neighbourhoods), and the Palio di Siena, which started in the 17th centuray and still runs twice every summer to this day. Do not miss a visit to Piazza del Campo and possibly to one of the famous ”contrada”.
You will explore San Gimignano, another beautiful example of an Italian medieval town. In the Middle Ages, building a tower taller than their neighbours was a popular way for prominent families to show their power, and today San Gimignano still has this typical skyline. Do not forget to taste the Vernaccia di San Gimignano wine, a typical wine from the Chianti region.
What should I wear if I want to visit some religious sites?
If you intend to visit religious sites, please have knees and shoulders covered (both men and women).
Where and how will I find the driver at Livorno port?
Your driver will be waiting for you at the gangway of your cruise ship holding a sign with your name written on it.
Where and how will I find the driver in La Spezia port?
Due to security restrictions at La Spezia port, private tours are not able to get close to the ship. So we kindly suggest that you disembark about 20 minutes earlier than your scheduled pick up time and take the free shuttle to the parking lot, where your driver will be waiting for you holding a sign with your name written on it.
What is your back to port policy?
We have a back to port policy of at least 1 hour prior to the last scheduled boarding time for the ship.