The independent Tuscany vacation package is perfect for Tuscany sightseeing at your own pace. Visit the famous Tuscan towns Pisa, Siena, and Florence. Explore the medieval hill town San Gimignano. Visit Volterra and other towns that dot Tuscany’s rolling hills. With your rental car and map journey into what makes Tuscany special and authentic. While spending your nights in Montecatini Terme, during the day discover the nearby villages and landmarks for an exciting and adventurous Tuscany vacation. From Montecatini you could drive to see the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, or visit Vinci, the hometown of Leonardo da Vinci where the Leonardo Museum highlights his engineering works. You could take the train to Florence for the day to admire the architectural artistry of the Duomo, the Baptistery, and the Palazzo Vecchio to name a few. You could drive to the famous wine growing towns. Journey to San Gimignano, Siena, and Lucca or explore Etruscan civilization in Volterra and Chiusi. Visit the Tuscan vineyards around Montalcino and Montepulciano. If you’d like a guide for a day or two to visit the vineyards and have a special lunch check out our Tuscany day tours. Or if you prefer a Tuscany vacation with some escorted tours and excursions mixed in check out the 9-Day Tuscany Tour and 10 day Tuscany and Umbria tours package.
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$1,429+ Tuscany Vacation Package: Air, Hotel & Car
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All Inclusive Tuscany Vacation Package with Air and Hotel Highlights
- 6 nights hotel accommodations;
- Tuscany vacation package with air includes ground transfers.
- 7 day economy car rental. Upgrade to other vehicle possible; and
- Breakfast daily
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Tuscany Vacation Package with Air Itinerary
Please note that the following is a suggested Tuscany itinerary. While the sites listed below may be visited independently, the Tuscany vacation package does not cover any applicable entrance or tour fees.
DAY 1, Wednesday – Depart the USA for Tuscany.
Depart the USA for Italy. Your flight includes meals, drinks, and in-flight entertainment for your journey. Airports in Tuscany include Florence and Pisa. Or fly to Rome or Milan and take train and private vehicle transfer to Tuscany.
This package assumes car pickup from Pisa.
DAY 2, Thursday – Arrive in Pisa and Drive to Montecatini
Arrive in Pisa and pick up your vehicle at the airport. Drive to Montecatini and enjoy the balance of the day at leisure
Drive Time: 1 hour
DAY 3, Friday – Drive to Lucca and Pisa
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to Lucca and Pisa. Set off for the ancient medieval town of Lucca, one of the most fascinating towns in Tuscany. Walk the narrow streets of the original Roman grid to San Michele and its beautiful piazza, which occupies the site of the ancient Roman Forum. While in Pisa make sure to walk the quaint streets of this Old Maritime Republic and enjoy the medieval arcades of the Borgo Pio, along with views of the city’s famous university that has fostered many of Italy’s Nobel Prize winners. Also not to be missed is the famous Piazza del Miracoli, site of the Leaning Tower, Baptistery and Duomo. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2 hours
DAY 4, Saturday – Visit Florence
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or travel to Florence, birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Benedetto Accolti and the Florentine Renaissance. Visit the Duomo and Baptistery to view Ghiberti’s “Gates of Paradise.” See the historic open-air art museum of Signoria Square, with its beautiful statues, Palazzo Vecchio, and the “Old Bridge.” Return to Montecatini in the evening
**We suggest taking a train from Montecatini to Florence, unless you plan to stay late into the evening. Train service stops around 9:30/10:00 pm.
Drive Time: 2 hours
DAY 5, Sunday – Drive to Collodi and Vinci
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to the villages of Collodi and Vinci. The medieval village of Collodi is most famous associated with the writer Carlo Lorenzini, the creator of Pinocchio. Here, you can find the “Pinocchio” amusement park and the historic Garzoni Gardens, a beautiful example of a typical Italian garden of the 1700s. Proceed to Vinci, hometown of the great Leonardo da Vinci, the model Renaissance Man who was a renowned scientist, inventor and artist. Visit the Leonardo Museum, located in the medieval Castello Guidi, which is dedicated to his engineering works. Return to Montecatini
Drive Time: 2 hours
DAY 6, Monday – Drive to La Spezia en route to Cinque Terre
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or explore Cinque Terre on your own. Drive to La Spezia, a Mediterranean coastal town east of Montecatini, then take a train to Cinque Terre, one of the most beautiful areas of the Liguria region. Here, discover five small villages suspended between sea and earth, nestled in the cliffs overlooking the sea. Above, see the picturesque hills where the region’s finest grapes are grown. Return to La Spezia, then back to Montecatini
** Once in La Spezia, we strongly recommend visiting the Cinque Terre region by train, boat or hiking. The roads are steep and winding, and all of Cinque Terre’s historical centers are closed to car traffic
Drive Time: 3 hours
DAY 7, Tuesday – Drive to Siena and San Gimignano
Spend a full day at leisure in Montecatini or drive to visit two of Tuscany’s true gems, Siena and the medieval walled town of San Gimignano. Set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside with lush vine escarpments and gray-green olive trees, Siena offers much to see, from fine palaces to the Duomo and Piazza del Campo, where the famous Palio Horserace is run. Then, travel to San Gimignano, a town of Etruscan origin. Built by early noble families, fourteen remaining stone towers line the ramparts of this medieval town, dominating the streets below and creating a beautiful skyline easily seen miles outside of town. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the town’s narrow lanes and squares before returning to Montecatini
Drive Time: 4 hours
DAY 8, Wednesday – Depart for the USA
Drive to Pisa airport and return your vehicle prior to your departure flight
Drive Time: 1 hour
*Please note that this is a suggested itinerary. Driving times are estimated and can vary due to many circumstances, such as, specific route taken, hotel location, traffic, weather, road conditions, etc. GPS devices are recommended and can be rented locally Tuscany day tours Florence day tours.
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