Individual round trip through Tuscany for self-drivers
Whether you’re renting a car or driving your own car, below we’ve put together a travel program for a week that will take you through the most beautiful cities in Tuscany.
For visitors who have more time and want to get to know more from Tuscany, the program can be expanded at will.
Tuscany in seven days
Day 1 Florence:
You arrive in Florence and experience the romantic city on the Arno during an evening stroll and enjoy the evening at the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge.
Day 2: Florence and the Uffizi Gallery
Take a stroll through the city and discover the most beautiful sights of the Renaissance city with the famous buildings Palazzo Vecchio, the statue of David by Michelangelo Buonarroti and the art collection of the Uffizi Gallery.
The cathedral square in front of the cathedral with the Brunelleschi dome, the bell tower of Giotto and the baptistery are particularly beautiful.
Day 3: San Gimignano and Siena
Today, the drive through the Chianti region takes you to San Gimignano, where you can relax and strengthen yourself after strolling through the medieval village.
In the afternoon you will continue to Siena, where you will enjoy the flair of Piazza del Campo in the evening and end the day with a glass of Chianti.
Day 4: Volterra and the Etruscan Coast
In Volterra, alabaster is mined and also processed into works of art. In the middle of the old town are the workshops of alabaster processing. In the afternoon we continue to the seaside and drive along the “Costiera degli Etruschi,” the Etruscan Riviera, a popular holiday area on to Pisa.
Day 5: Pisa and Lucca
The drive goes to Pisa today and you will visit Piazza dei Miracoli, the Square of Miracles with the Leaning Tower. It’s best to eat on the go in a village inn before heading on to Lucca.
One experience is climbing the Torre Guinigi tower in Lucca.
Day 6: Viareggio and the Versilia Coast
You can spend a little time in Lucca before heading along the Versilia Riviera via Viareggio to Carrara.
Day 7: Carrara
Today is dedicated to marble of the mountains above Carrara. Here it is cut out in huge blocks. You can visit the quarries, there are also guided tours.
Day 8: La Spezia and the Cinque Terre
If you have some time left, we recommend a visit to the Cinque Terre and Portovenere afterwards. Find out more: Cinque Terre
Peace of Mind
If you book a trip with us, then we take care of all that-including. Hotel, accompanying program and private guided tours.