Tuscany between culture and gastronomy

Italy - 8 days trip with motorbike - starting at € 1350
Discover the wonders of the Tuscany region
A journey through Etruscan and Roman history
Enjoy the gastronomic flavors of Tuscany
Guide speaks : English,
8 day trip
Driving 6 day
8h per day
Easy
with or without guide
1100km in total
From June to September
Available Vehicle Option:
With your own vehicle
Available Travel Options:
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  • From 15 September 2018 to 22 September 2018 starting at 1350 €
Gerasimo - Italy - Motorcycle

Gerasimo

Spécialiste Motorcycle

Italy

Being Italian myself, I founded my motorcycle tour travel agency in order to combine my passion for motorbiking along with my love to make discover Italy. I strongly believe that…

Located in Rimini

From the Roman era to the Renaissance

Get ready to travel across a land of history and gastronomy. You’ll delight all your sense as your motorcycle across a scenery of castles and fortresses, huge farms and vineyards and charming little towns. Every corner of Tuscany is just picture perfect. From wines to olive oils, mushrooms and cured meats and incredible seafood, your hardest choice will be deciding which food was your favorite as each dish burst with taste, fragrance and personality. It’s not all food as your journey through time from Etruscan and Roman ruins, through Middle Age villages, Renaissance fine towns into the modern blend that makes Tuscany special. Along the way, you’ll journey through beautiful, curving panoramic roads through the legendary Tuscan hills and experience all the beauty the region has to offer !

Map of your Motorcycle road trip :

Day 1

Meeting in Florence (Firenze)

Prepare to arrive in Florence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Make sure that you arrive early and see the city. In the afternoon we will meet at the hotel, and then take our bike rental to prepare for our motorcycle tours Italy. After that, we will have short Q&A session to answer any of your questions and make sure that we are all organized and ready to leave tomorrow. After that, we will have a traditional Italian welcome drink, and get to know each other a little.

Day 2

Florence - Massa Carrara

225 km

Now it’s time to begin our motorcycle trip Italy! Are you looking for incredible roads, fantastic landscapes and a taste of euphoria?Then we got you covered! We depart Florence at 9:00 am. going to the charming forests of the beautiful northern part of Tuscany, called Garfagnana, famous for its incredibly beautiful national park. Here we will experience the charming village of Castelnuovo before crossing the Apuan Alps to reach our hotel in the magnificent area of Massa Carrara.

Day 3

Massa Carrara - Lucca

170 km

Today is simply packed with everything you’d want in a Motorcycle tour Italy. We will begin by seeing the famous marble quarries of Carrara. For centuries, the world’s greatest sculptors have used these materials to create incredible art. Having received this little taste of the art world, it’s time to try the delights of the Colonnade, before heading to the coast. Along the way, we will enjoy the beautiful Lerici, located on the edge of the Cinque Terre National Park, where you can explore an authentic vintage castle. Then we continue our adventure to the famous resort of Tuscany, Forte dei Marmi, before heading to Lucca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the most fascinating cities in the region.

Day 4

Lucca - Massa Marittima

200 km

Yesterday we enjoy the beauty of nature, now we will enjoy the beauty mankind has created during our motorcycle tours Italy. We will have a wonderful ride through the hills of Tuscany, and stop in Pisa. You can see everything from the Piazza dei Miracoli, the Duomo (Cathedral) and, of course, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Then we return to our bikes and finish our day in the charming city of Massa Marittima for the night.

Day 5

Pitigliano

210 km

Get ready for another captivating day on our motorcycle trip Italy with amazing scenery and great roads to enjoy. We will begin by adventuring through the incredible roofless ruins of the San Galgano Abbey and Montesiepi Hermitage which has its own sword in the stone mythology. Then we will wind our way around Mount Amiata southward towards the cliff-top perched town of Pitigliano, a true medieval relic that we will call home for the night.

Day 6

Pitigliano - Siena

200 km

Today you’ll have the opportunity to visit two of Tuscany’s best towns— the famed vineyards and wine capital of Montepulciano and the incredible jewel of Pienza. It’s a day full of UNESCO World Heritage Sites as We continue through the Val d’Orcia with its lovely foothills covered in vineyards. We will finish our day in pure Italian style, hanging our helmets in Siena with its incredible cathedral and its town square, famous for the the Palio Horse Races. There’s no better way to do a motorcycle tour Italy.

Day 7

Siena - Florence

220 km

Today’s our last day of our motorcycle tours Italy. Don’t worry though because just like all our other days it is simply bursting with great sights and great food. Today our adventure will lead us to the charming walled city of Monteriggioni along with Volterra. Volterra has a long history from its roots as an Etruscan city all the way through the middle ages to today. After that, we will move on to the incredible Elsa Valley, an incredible route that squirms and will give you a final and lasting memory of the hills of Tuscany that will lead us to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Gimignano or the city with a hundred towers! Then we will go back to Florence, where we say goodbye to our faithful motorcycles, and enjoy a luxurious farewell dinner to celebrate together the perfect ending to the perfect adventure.

Day 8

Farewell in Florence

After breakfast, it’s time to say goodbye and end our motorcycle trip Italy. Whether you go home or continue your adventures through Italy, we will be here to give you any tips that you need to make the most of your remaining time in Florence.

For this trip, your vehicle is: a motorcycle .

To drive this vehicle you need : sup. 125cc motobike licence.

Price for this road trip starts at 1350€ for each rider .

This price corresponds to a price per person for a trip and a passenger.

1460 € : Price for 1 rider for the one riding

1240 € : Price for 1 passenger

200 € : Supplement for a private room

Minimum number of participants to confirm the tour : 5 riders or 4 crews rider + pillion
Maximum 12 motorcycles
Luggage van with chauffeur supplied with a minimum of 10 bike teams

Free ride :
980 € : Price for each rider in double room (depending on period and category of hotels chosen)
1 180 € : Price for each rider in single room (depending on period and category of hotels chosen)

 

Price includes :

  • Guided tour:
  • Branded T-shirt and pictures of the tour
  • English-speaking Italian tour leader who will give you a locals only tour while making sure you’re always ready to ride
  • Assistance, medical and luggage insurance that covers both rider and passenger for all medical expenses in Italy
  • Repatriation assistance costs in case of accident or illness during the tour and luggage theft or loss
  • Typical Italian welcome drink
  • 7 night ensuite accommodation in standard double room and buffet breakfast in hand-picked charming 3-star hotels with top amenities for their category
  • 1 super farewell dinner
  • Transfer hotel/rental point/hotel in Florence
  • Itineraries in GPS format or Google Maps files

 

Price doesn’t include :

  • Rental motorcycle, if requested – ask us for a quote
  • Entrance fees in museums, natural sites, monuments. All visits are optional
  • All main meals besides the farewell dinner
  • Tourist taxes and extras in hotels
  • Room upgrade – offer on request
  • Bank fees (1,5%)
  • Transfers to the hotel upon arrival and from the hotel when departing – ask us for a quote
  • Motorcycle operation costs: petrol, parking fees, tolls and all personal expenses
  • Anything not specified in “The price includes”

From 15 September 2018 to 22 September 2018

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