Top attractions in Chianti Hills
In the Chianti region of Tuscany in Italy you can discover quaint villages, vineyards, and castles set among the rolling hills.
Take the "Chianti Wine Tour from Florence" to visit two wineries to discover how generations of Tuscan families have made this region famous for fine wine. At each winery learn about how the wine is produced and enjoy a wine tasting of the wines produced in the Chianti Hills.
Olive groves and farms in the region produce olive oils and Tuscan food such as artisan cheese and meats. Amidst the vineyards you will find the charming village of Greve with its inviting town square with a fine food shop where you can taste local products and shops of local artisans.
Tuscan cuisine is famous all over the world. Take the "Cooking Class of Tuscan Cuisine in Chianti". Taking a cooking class with a local cook is a good way to learn about the food and culture of the Chianti area. Cooking classes are held in a picturesque villa or typical Tuscan farm house.
On your next trip to Italy make time for the Chianti Hills. The incredible landscapes, artisans, and fine food of the Chianti Hills make for lasting memories.
What people are saying about Chianti Hills
Our guide Maria & driver Augustine ensured that we had a well paced day covering some of the best attractions like the idyllic towns like San Gimignano and the marble marvels of Pisa. Very courteous, informative and on the dot . One recommendation though - drop off at the train station at the end of the tour would be a great help to visitors.
Excellent day out in the Tuscan countryside. We had the opportunity to visit the major towns, had a great lunch, gelato and taste some delicious wine (plus other surprises!). It was a fast-moving but great day - we felt well taken care of. Our guides were the best part of the trip - they were friendly and resourceful every step of the way!
great half day tour with a very helpful tour guide, Anastasia? I think. She even helped us to get a taxi after the tour and told the taxi to bring us to a restaurant which we had reservations for. Very helpful and kind.
Roman is a great driver, story teller, and foodie. This makes all the difference when sharing a whole day filled with history facts, humourous anecdotes and chatting on the road! We had a great time even when the rainy weather spoiled part of the tour. Unfortunatelly, this unusual spring sort of cheatd us with cold temperatures and rain, so context was not the best to appreciate the beauty of some of the amazing Tuscan locations along the way. Food very good at the winery.
We had a great time on the day long bus tour in Tuscany. The staff at our lunch and wine tasting was so fun, and Carmen (our tour guide) was so kind and friendly. She gave both English and Spanish information and was helpful to us all throughout!