Ride through the land where Leonardo Da Vinci was born, from the Vinci village to his birthplace home, and museum. Vinci is a quiet old town that seems like it belongs in a fairytale.
This Florence bike ride lets you live like a local
Highly recommended for first-timers in Florence on the first day in town. In two hours, you’ll be able to decide what to do in the next days. Visiting Florence by bike is smarter and easier, especially in the evening when it is less crowded and the view of the monuments is stunning.
Florence is mostly flat, except for the Piazzale Michelangelo’s hill, so it will be an easy ride, affordable by all, even up to 80 years or older.
We provide bikes, helmets, rain ponchos, lights, and water. After a quick bike setting, we will start for the ride, going straight on the cycling path to the city centre. We will visit all the most important spots and monuments, including Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza Signoria, il Duomo, Piazza Santa Croce, Il Porcellino, and others.
Take a Florence bike tour and have a tasty gelato
I’ll give you some tips about what to eat in the city and where, what to do and visit, talk about history, traditions, and typical Tuscan stuff. In the second part of the ride, we’ll climb the Piazzale Michelangelo hill on the lightest side, to enjoy the best view of the city.
Finally, we’ll descend again to the city, ending the ride with a gelato in one of my favourite ice cream shops. I’ll be happy to answer any question about the city, as I was born and bred in Florence, and lived here all my life.
Mountain bike, helmet, rain cover, lights, gelato, and water.
Bike trailer 10€, child seat 5€ and e-bike 20€.