Spotlight on Tuscany

9 Days, 10 Meals

October 22 – 30, 2020

You’ve dreamed about it, you’ve read about, you’ve wanted to see it with our own eyes. Here’s your chance to visit Tuscany, the most inspiring region of Italy. With its rolling landscapes, stunning wines, spectacular cuisine and charming atmosphere there is truly nothing else on earth like Tuscany.

Florence, Italy

Montecatini, Italy

Our tour opens in the famous resort town of Montecatini Terme. We’ll get to know the other adventurers in our group while we enjoy a hearty dinner resplendent with local wines and cheese.

The cheese of Tuscany is spectacular

On our first full day we’ll tour Florence, the cradle of the Italian Renaissance. Our local guide will show us many of the city’s priceless treasures including Michaelangelo’s David. At the Piazza del Duomo we’ll see the impressive Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.

Michaelangelo’s David

During our ten days in Italy we’ll also visit such incredible sites as Roman churches, Reniassance architecture, the Basilica di San Frediano, and the Devil’s Bridge. On our fifth day we’ll journey to Pisa and of course visit the famous leaning towerat the Piazza dei Miracoli.

The Piazza del Duomo, Florence, Italy
Did I mention the wines?
Ponte del Diavolo (Devil’s Bridge) in Borgo a Mozzono
Piazza dei Miracoli

On our sixth day we’ll journey to Siena and discover this charming toqn with a local guide. Siena is full of stunning Gothic architecture, ancient streets, old world mansions and plazas and the historic Piazza del Campo. While here we’ll enjoy splendid Tuscan wines, delicious cheeses, and a gracious meal .

Take the time to visit Siena’s Cathedral

There’s so much more to this adventure! Shopping at local boutiques, a tour of a cheese creamery in San Gimignano, a stroll through the fishing village of Cinque Terra, glorious dinners and breathtaking strolls through ancient cobblestoned cities you’ve only read about in the history books. Italy’s Tuscan region is truly spectacular and if you’re ready to learn more then click the link here. Or email Jeanne at