Piazza dei Miracoli (Pisa) /Firenze/Piazza del Campo (Siena)

Summary:Full Day Tour
A:Florence & Pisa
B:Pisa & Lucca
C:Siena & San Gimignano

Duration:9 hours approx.
Pickup at 8:00 at the ship / Drop off at 17:00 at the ship
* Can be changed depending on the time available for disembarkation

Meeting place:At the exit of your cruise ship
Your driver will be waiting holding a sign with your name.

  • It is a private tour only for you by private car.
  • The charge is per vehicle (not per person), taxes and all necessary expenses are included, there is no additional charge except in special cases.
  • Our driver has all necessary authorizations to drive to the security area at the port and arrive right by your cruise ship, at the tent. You don’t have to walk or take the shuttle inside the port.
  • All our cars are registered and authorized as “N.C.C.” (Automobile for hire) and can pass through the traffic control areas in the city.
  • We promise comfortable transportation with business class luxury cars such as Mercedes.
  • Lunch and admission to museums are not included.
  • An English-speaking Italian driver will guide you.
  • If you would like an English tourist guide, we will arrange it without any brokerage fee.
  • Note: When visiting the Vatican, individuals were previously able to pass through St. Peter’s Basilica after visiting the museum, but the rules have been tightened since July 2019, and only when accompanied by an official guide is allowed. Official guides are a great way to save time.
FARES
  • A・B:1-3 Passengers
  • € 510
  • C:1-3 Passengers
  • € 550
  • Per each additional passenger
  • € 40
  • Price include: Private Mercedes-Benz vehicle, Professional tour driver, All taxes, Fuel, Tolls, Parking fees
    Price exclude: Entrance fees, Meals
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A:Florence & Pisa

It takes about 1.5 hours from the port to Florence. We will guide you to the "City of Flowers", a town where many architects and artists have been created and Renaissance culture has blossomed. First of all, please see the beautiful orange cityscape from Piazzale Michelangelo on the hill overlooking the town. In the city center, there are many arts such as the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower, which is also a symbol of Florence, the Chapel, the Piazza del Duomo with Giotto's Campanile, the Palazzo Vecchio, the Loggia dei Lanzi, the Piazza della Signoria with the Uffizi Museum, and the Ponte Vecchio. Please enjoy the city of flowers that many artists loved.
After Florence, we will take you to Italy's leading world heritage site, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The beautiful contrast between the white marble buildings built in the green grass is superb. This Piazza del Duomo, also known as "Piazza dei Miracoli", was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

B:Pisa & Lucca

It takes about 40 minutes from the port to Piazza del Duomo in Pisa, where you will find Italy's leading world heritage site, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The white marble architecture built in the green grass, also known as "Piazza dei Miracoli", is a nod to beauty. Built between 1068 and 50 years, the Duomo, a masterpiece of the Pisa Romanesque style, a beautiful jewel-box-like chapel, and a high-marble walled courtyard corridor with beautiful bones. The temple, the symbol of Pisa, and the leaning tower built as the bell tower of the cathedral, were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987.
After exploring Pisa, head to the walled medieval town of Lucca. The castle wall, which is now a promenade with a circumference of about 4 km, is one of the few cases in Italy that remains in such a perfect shape, and this is what the Lucca people are proud of. Famous for its many delicious restaurants, spend a relaxing Tuscan holiday in a lovely green town.

C:Siena & San Gimignano

It takes about 1.5 hours from the port, San Gimignano, famous as the "Tower Town", was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990. In the Middle Ages, building the tallest tower was considered a symbol of wealth and power, so the town's aristocrats competed to build tall towers one after another. It was a medieval skyscraper, with more than 70 towers towering above the sky at its peak in a small town about 1km north-south and 500m east-west. And time has passed, and now there are only 14 towers left.
After San Giminiano, head to Siena, another ancient city of Tuscany, a rival of Florence. The highlight of this town is the mortar-shaped square in the center of the town, Piazza del Campo, which is said to be the most beautiful in the world. The Duomo, which is famous as a typical Italian Gothic architecture, was laid down in the 12th century and took 250 years to complete. This Siena historic center was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995.