Joe Banana Limos & Travel

Package 40 - Seven days in Sunny Tuscany

6 Nights / 7 Days

Local Tours

Price from6.600or less
Package 40 - Seven days in Sunny Tuscany


  • Embark on a delightful 7-day journey
  • Explore the rich history and art of Florence with private guided tours and exclusive access to the Accademia and Uffizi Gallery
  • Immerse yourself in Tuscan culture with a hands-on cooking class and a traditional Tuscan meal
  • Experience the region's renowned wines with a wine tour and tasting in the countryside, followed by a light lunch
  • Enjoy a private boat tour on Trasimeno Lake with an Italian-style aperitif
  • Indulge in relaxation with a thermal bath experience in Chianciano
  • Discover the charming towns of Pienza and Montalcino on a day tour
  • Retreat to hand-picked 4 or 5-star accommodations each night, complete with breakfast


Seven days in Sunny Tuscany - 6 Nights / 7 Days
  • 7 day tour with 3 Nights in Florence, 3 Nights in Tuscany
  • Private guided tours of Florence
  • Private guide and entrance tickets to the Accademia and Uffizi Gallery
  • Coocking class and typical full course Tuscan meal
  • Wine tour and tasting followed by a light lunch in the Tuscan countryside
  • Private boat tour on the Trasimeno Lake whilst enjoying an Italian style aperitif
  • Relaxing thermal bath experience in Chianciano
  • Day tour exploring Pienza and Montalcino
  • Hand-picked 4 or 5 star accommodations with breakfasts included


our safety measures

  • English speaking driver at your disposal for 10-11 hrs per day
  • New luxury mercedes vehicle
  • Vehicle sanitized prior to pick up of guests 
  • The vehicle will be used exclusively for you for the duration of the vacation/tour 
  • The driver and vehicle is exclusive the same from the start till the end of the vacation.
  • Our tours frequent off the beaten path locations, less frequented by tourists with a greater authentic feel.
  • No hidden costs: guides and tickets are always included in our packages
  • Company representative available by phone 24 hrs per day
  • Flexible, risk bookings and penalty changes*
  • Changes to land portion of tours up to 30 days prior to the travel date without penalty*

Why choose our tours vs big groups?

  • Customize your days and timing at sites directly with your driver
  • Private, comfortable luxury vehicle exclusively for your party for the duration of your tour
  • Our private vehicles (which can hold a maximum of 8 guests) can arrive directly in the main center of the cities, while taking a bus involves a considerable amount of walking which is a significant amount of lost touring time.
  • No need to wait around for groups members to arrive and designated meeting times 
  • More time to spend actually visiting sites 
  • Air conditioning (temperature control) and wifi on board
  • Water, snacks and refreshing cotton wipes with aloe vera, provided everyday
  • Friendly, local, english speaking driver/guides who engage with guests and share information to optimize your touring experience
  • 24/7 assistance and support from our ground operational office in Italy
  • Private small groups of  3, 4, 6 and 8 + price per person will be lower
  • For groups more than 8 guests, we’ll use 2 minivans and the service provided will be the same
  • For custom made tours we work with any reasonable budget


Average Price for this package is 6.600€ per person based on private party of 4 guests in a 4 or 5-star hotel in standard double occupancy rooms. If there are additional guests in your party, the price per person decreases, please fill the form to get the best offer for your private tour of Italy 🇮🇹.


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What’s included

  • Vehicle and driver at your disposal for 10/11 hrs a day
  • 3 Nights in a 4 or 5 star hotel in Florence
  • 3 Nights in a 4 or 5 star hotel in Tuscany
  • All breakfasts included
  • Private guided tours of Florence and sites such as: Piazza Santa Croce, Piazza Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, The Duomo, The Accademia and The Uffizi Gallery
  • Visit to Le Cinque Terre, Pisa, Volterra, San Gimignano, Montepulciano, Pienza, Montalcino, Trasimeno Lake
  • Enjoy a wonderful cooking class and full course meal in San Gimignano
  • Discover the wine varieties followed by a light lunch in the Tuscan countryside
  • Relax in the thermal baths of Chianciano

Not included

  • Gratuities
  • Air fare
  • City Taxes

Seven days in Sunny Tuscany - 6 Nights / 7 Days

Day 1

Arrival at Florence Airport.
A driver will meet you outside of the baggage claim area and will transfer you from the airport to a 4 or 5 star accommodation in Florence for a three night stay.
Remainder of the day/evening at your leisure. 

Day 2

Explore Florence, private tour of of this beautiful city with a professionally licensed, English speaking guide.
Visit iconic sites such as The Accademia and see Michelangelo’s famous Statue of David, see Piazza Santa Croce, Piazza Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, The Duomo, and visit The Uffizi.
Skip the line entrance tickets to Accademia and Uffizi included. 

day 3

The five villages of Cinque Terre will enchant you with their breathtaking panoramas, famous all over the world.
A very peculiar system of (low stone walls) shaped and layered over the course of nearly two millennia this landscape made of  steep terraces, gardens, vineyards and olive groves, hanging from sheer cliffs. 
Explore Pisa, where the the world-famous Leaning Tower is located. Of course a stop in Piazza dei Miracoli for the unforgettable photos is a must, but do not forget that this university city is also full of history and culture, thanks to its glorious past as a Maritime Republic. 

day 4

Check out of your hotel in Florence.
Visit Volterra, a splendid city known for its Etruscan origins and for the numerous archaeological finds belonging to this era. Discover the walls, built in the 4th century BC and the two access doors to the city, Porta Diana and Porta dell’Arco, as well as the old Acropolis, which houses several buildings and the foundations of two ancient temples.
You will have time to explore San Gimignano, a beautiful example of an Italian medieval town.
Enjoy an amazing cooking class and learn how to make a typical full course Tuscan meal.

day 5

Visit Montepulciano, a beautiful medieval town located in the southern part of Tuscany. Here is where the famous Vino Nobile is produced, but there are also many historical attractions to visit, such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta that contains many masterpieces of the Senese school.
Visit one of the historic wine cellars of the Tuscan countryside, one of the most renowned wine regions in Italy. You will have the chance to sip the wine varieties during the guided tasting, and bring the full flavor of the wines to life with a light gourmet Tuscan lunch.
Enjoy a private boat tour with aperitif included on the Trasimeno lake and discover its three island: Maggiore, Minore and Polvese.

day 6
Enjoy a relaxing day and visit the famous thermal baths of Chianciano, where you will spend time in the famous thermal waters of this ancient medieval village.
Discover the roots of Val d’Orcia and head to Pienza, famous for the production of cheese. When you will arrive you will be inebriated by the scent, which never leaves the area. Part of the significant historical and artistic heritage of Pienza is concentrated in the suggestive square dedicated to Pope Pius II, UNESCO heritage.
Take some time to breathe the special medieval atmosphere of the magnificent Tuscan village of Montalcino, which has remained almost intact since the 16th century. Once you reach the top, a real spectacle opens up before your eyes: a continuous succession of sinuous hills dotted here and there with yellow and red flowers, ancient oaks, picturesque olive trees, panoramic roads of countryside winding through harmonious vineyards and isolated cypresses here and there.
day 7
Have your breakfast at your hotel, meet your driver.
Private transfer to Florence or FCO Rome Airport.
Departure from Italy. 😔

What is the currency used in Italy, and where can I exchange money?

The currency in Italy is the Euro (€). You can exchange money at banks, exchange offices ("cambio"), or ATMs. Banks offer competitive rates but may have higher fees. Exchange offices are convenient but compare rates. ATMs are widespread with favorable rates, but watch for bank fees. Major credit cards are accepted, but carrying cash for small purchases and emergencies is advisable.

Do I need a Visa to travel to Italy?

Whether you need a visa to travel to Italy depends on your nationality and the purpose of your visit. Citizens of many countries, including those in the European Union, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, can enter Italy visa-free for short stays as tourists

What are hotel taxes in Italy, how do I pay them and how much are they?

In Italy, hotel taxes, known as "tassa di soggiorno" or tourist tax, are fees charged by local municipalities on guests at accommodations like hotels, B&Bs, and vacation rentals. These taxes vary based on location and accommodation type, usually calculated per person per night. They're not typically included in the room rate and are paid directly to the provider upon check-out, often in cash or added to the final bill. Exemptions may apply for certain guests, such as children or those with disabilities.

How do you greet people in Italy?

Greetings in Italy are typically warm and involve a handshake. It's common to greet people with a friendly "Ciao" or "Buongiorno" (good morning) during the day. In the evening or when meeting someone for the first time, "Buonasera" (good evening) is more appropriate. Italians value politeness, so don't forget to use "Grazie" (thank you) and "Per favore" (please) when appropriate.

What are the opening hours for shops and businesses?

In Italy, traditional business hours are observed, with most shops opening around 9:00 am and closing for a few hours in the afternoon (usually between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm). Shops then reopen at around 5:30 pm. Some smaller businesses may close on Sundays, so it's advisable to plan shopping accordingly.

Are credit cards widely accepted in Italy?

While major credit cards are generally accepted, it's advisable to carry some cash, especially in smaller establishments. Notify your bank of your travel dates to avoid any issues with card transactions.

How do gratuities work in Italy?

Gratuities are not mandatory and never included, but if you've been pleased with the service, it's customary to show appreciation, and workers are very thankful. Generally speaking, gratuities can be 100€ full day guides, 50€ half/partial day guides, driver 75-150€ on full day use of vehicle, skipper 150-250€ for full day tours, hotel porters 3-5€ per bag, restaurants 10-20% on the total, guest ambassadors, based on service received, 1-5% on rhe total amount. Gratuities in Italy run anywhere from 10-25% depending on the services and your satisfaction with them.

Mike M

My wife and I had a personal driver tour of Italy for a once in a lifetime adventure, and Joe Banana's did not disappoint. Our trip included Rome, Naples, the Amalfi Coast, Assisi, Venice, Florence, and Cinque Terre. We had private tours of Rome, Venice, Florence, and Cinque Terre. Our driver was engaging and entertaining as we drove from place to place. We had a private tour of a cheese factory and a cooking class, but the highlight was a private tour of a family run balsamic vinaigrette that included a meal up in the hillside. From working with their staff, to the all the details they took care of, we would highly recommend using this company for your Italian Tour needs.

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