Tuscany and The Cinque Terre

From $2275 per person

****# Based on 31 customer reviews
  • Mixture of sightseeing and varied walking: coastal hikes, mountain walks, hillside rambles, city strolls
  • Tuscany's most famous art cities: Florence, Siena, Lucca, Pisa
  • Hilltop Mediaeval villages, the soaring towers of San Gimignano, the panoramic town of Colle di Val d'Elsa
  • Liguria's world-famous Cinque Terre and UNESCO-recognised Portovenere
  • Art treasures: Renaissance palazzi, Etruscan ruins, Romanesque churches

What's included?

  • 10 nights, hotel-to-hotel
  • Departs selected Wednesdays from 14 Sep '16 to 28 Sep '16
  • All continental breakfast and 3 evening meals
  • Managed locally by Headwater employed guide
  • Sustainability rating: 92%
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Accompanied tours of Siena and Florence with qualified local city guide
  • Map provided

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Tuscany and The Cinque Terre

Tuscany and neighbouring Liguria have been mesmerising travellers for centuries. Home to Italy's most renowned and historic art cities, it's little wonder that artists have been enchanted by the opulence of Renaissance Florence, the splendour of Mediaeval Siena and the charm of the ancient walled city of Lucca. On this ten-night guided walking and sightseeing tour, we take you from the rugged landscapes of the UNESCO-recognised Cinque Terre to the very best of Tuscany, visiting some of her lesser known gems and discovering some peaceful and hidden corners on the way.

Our journey starts in the coastal resort of La Spezia, perfectly positioned overlooking the picturesque Gulf of Poets. It's the perfect base for exploring Liguria's most enviable coastline, home to the pastel-coloured Cinque Terre villages which topple prettily down the hillside, and Byron's picture-perfect Portovenere. We'll then head south into Tuscany to discover the best of Pisa, Florence and Siena and explore the enchanting countryside. We end our journey in Puccini's city of Lucca, where his music is still celebrated in atmospheric concerts every evening over the summer months.

You stay at carefully picked and centrally located hotels. They range from a gorgeous hotel set within manicured gardens with stunning views from its panoramic swimming pool in Casole d'Elsa, to a modern and friendly hotel just a stone's throw from Florence's multi-coloured Duomo.

NB: Day by Day Walking Guide

This holiday is a mixture of sightseeing and 1 boot+ walking with minibus assistance for all transfers. The walks take place on stony and rocky coastal paths and valley trails, quiet roads and strada bianca. There are no challenging ascents or descents but walking boots are essential and walking poles are recommended. Please note that should the paths on the Cinque Terre be unavailable, exploration will be done using the local train network.

NB: Whilst our leader remains at our clients' disposal during the tour, local laws in Italy forbid our leader to guide groups in art cities' historical centres, or in museums and art galleries. On all days, the timings given are for the actual walks, rather than the complete day trip.

Read more about this holiday on the travel blog.

Typical day-by-day itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive in La Spezia

Arrive in the lively coastal town of La Spezia where we spend the next three nights.

Day 2 - Portovenere and the Poets' Gulf 6km/4mi/2.5hr

This morning we take the boat to the nearby island of Palmaria, part of the Regional Natural Park of Portovenere. Here we follow a circular path around the island and are rewarded with spectacular views of the Gulf of Poets and its rugged coastline. After lunch we explore the charming seaside town of Portovenere. Set in a beautiful sweeping bay and once the haunt of Byron and Shelley, it boasts an impressive C16 castle and a couple of mediaeval churches.

Day 3 - Cinque Terre Walk 3km/2mi/2-3hr

We discover the heart of the beautiful Cinque Terre, starting in C12 Manarola, where pretty, pastel-coloured houses cling vertiginously to the dark hillsides, their balconies affording stunning views across the turquoise bay. Our walk takes us past farmers working their precipitous vine terraces before reaching picturesque Corniglia. Our last stop is Vernazza with its tower-shaped, elaborate buildings before returning by ferry to enjoy stunning views over the famous five villages.

Day 4 - La Spezia to Florence

After breakfast we set off for Florence (75 mins), stopping off in Pisa's glorious C12 Piazza dei Miracoli along the way to see the Leaning Tower, the Duomo, and the oldest Baptistery in Italy. We aim to arrive in Florence in good time to discover some of the main sights with a local official guide for an informative private walking tour before dinner.

Day 5 - Florence

The great art city of Florence is the Renaissance jewel in Italy's crown. Explore the Uffizi Gallery, Duomo and Baptistery (payable locally) or cross to the quieter side of the Arno River to visit the Boboli Gardens.

Day 6 - Fiesole and San Gimignano 2km/1.5mi/1hr

There are superb views of Florence this morning as we make our way to hilltop Fiesole with its Etruscan remains and Roman theatre. After lunch, it's on to San Gimignano, one of Europe's best-preserved mediaeval citadels. The town is famous for its towers, built by quarrelsome neighbours to outdo each other. You have the option of climbing the highest for a spectacular view, before we make our way to Casole d'Elsa, home for the next three nights.

Day 7 - Siena

For many, mediaeval Siena is simply the most beautiful city in Italy. We start at the Campo - the setting for the city's bi-annual Palio - to admire probably the most harmonious town square in the world.You will meet a local official guide for an informative private walking tour of Siena. There's free time for independent exploration before we return to Casole d'Elsa, where the hotel's glistening private pool awaits.

Day 8 - The Via Francigena Walk 12km/7.5mi/4.5hr

Today we join the Via Francigena, an ancient European route of pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome. There are gorgeous views over San Gimignano's ancient towers as we traverse rolling Vernaccia vineyards and olive groves to the River Foci. We pass through tiny hamlets and fields of sunflowers before a final ascent to Colle di Val d'Elsa's historic centre, where we stop for lunch, with gorgeous views over the Elsa Valley.

Day 9 - Casole d'Elsa to Lucca

We start the day with a visit to hilltop Volterra, one of Italy's oldest towns. With a superb panorama over the rolling landscape, its centre is a tangle of cobbled alleys, ancient palazzi and Roman remains. Then we move on to the perfectly preserved mediaeval town of Lucca, the birthplace of Puccini. There's time to explore its Roman streets, city walls and amphitheatre before dinner.

Day 10 - Grotta del Vento and the Apuan Alps 4km/2.5mi/2hr

Today we take a short drive north following the Serchio river to the Garfagnana region of the Apuan Alps. We visit the Grotta del Vento, one of Europe's most extensive cave networks to discover the impressive limestone stalactite and stalagmite formations which have been created over millions of years. After an optional fresh trout lunch (payable locally), our final, easy walk takes us through shady beech and chestnut forest following the Gallicano stream, with towering mountain peaks above us. On our return to Lucca, there's the option of a Puccini concert in the evocative setting of the Church of San Giovanni (payable locally) - a spectacular finale to your holiday.

Day 11 - Leave Lucca


For a longer tour, why not consider combining this with our Volterra to San Gimignano Walk or Undiscovered Tuscany Walk

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking. You can call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 to discuss accommodation options.

Hotel Firenze e Continentale, La Spezia   (3 star)

Double room, Hotel Firenze e Continentale

This is a very comfortable and smart hotel, in the very heart of La Spezia, just a stone's throw from the railway station. It dates back to the early 1900's but has been renovated in its original period style with mahogany panelling, marble floors, wrought iron detail and attractive murals. There are fantastic views over La Spezia from the hotel's breakfast room.

All the rooms in the hotel are comfortable and tastefully decorated with full en-suite facilities.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • ATM / Cash machine

Hotel Cosimo De‘ Medici, Florence   (3 star)

Double room Cosimo dei Medici

This 3-star hotel is beautifully decorated, with rooms in individual styles - some are traditionally Tuscan whilst others are funky and modern. Parts of the the building actually date back to the 18th century, and the reception and public rooms are designed with this in mind, with Persian rugs, stained glass windows and wrought iron doors in evidence.

Although just off the main Via Nazionale, only 2 minutes' walk from the central station and 5 minutes from the Duomo, the hotel faces an internal courtyard for peace and quiet. All the rooms are double glazed, and all have air-conditioning so there is absolutely no reason not to have a good night's sleep!

There is no restaurant at the hotel, but there is plenty of choice nearby.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Hotel Terre di Casole, Casole d'Elsa   (3 star)

Hotel Terre di Casole, Casole d'Elsa

Just a 10 minute walk from the centre of the village, the 3* Hotel Terre di Casole has recently reopened after being completely refurbished - and the end result is stunning! The hotel boasts 40 ensuite modern yet stylish rooms which come with either a garden terrace or a balcony - both have views over the pool and the lovely gardens to the rear of the hotel.

The public rooms at the Terre di Casole reflect the attractive, modern decor in the bedrooms. Both the lounge / bar area and the restaurant are large, airy rooms with a white colour scheme, which lends them a stylish yet minimalist feel. Ideal for relaxing in!

Your evening meal will be taken in the hotel's restaurant. The menu features a number of classic Italian/Tuscan dishes with a modern twist, all made with herbs from the hotel's garden! The hotel also has a resident pâtissier, so you will be really spoilt for desserts!

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • ATM / Cash machine

Hotel La Luna, Lucca   (3 star)

double room, Hotel La Luna

The Hotel La Luna is a friendly hotel, tucked away in a quiet side street, just off the atmospheric Via Fillungo, the most sophisticated and exclusive street in Lucca's historic centre.

The original part of the hotel dates back to the 1200s when it was built elsewhere and then 'moved' about a century later to its present location. It now comprises of 2 buildings, with the 29 en suite rooms divided between the two. Breakfast is taken in the buffet breakfast room in the reception building, where there is also a small bar.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe



Extra nights and stop over hotels

If you'd like to extend your trip with extra nights at the start or end, or if you'd like to arrange a stop off point en-route, then we recommend the following hotels.

Hotel Chiusarelli, Siena   (3 star)

Hotel Chiusarelli, Siena

Hotel Chiusarelli is located just beyond Siena's mediaeval walls and a ten-minute walk away from town's main square, Il Campo. Its position on the edge of the historical centre is perfect as the hotel is spacious and quiet but still within walking distance of all the sights and restaurants. There is even a small garden to the front with palm trees and a quiet (except on Sunday afternoons when you will have a grandstand view of AC Siena's matches!) veranda to the rear of the hotel.

The en-suite rooms have recently been renovated and are quite simple but comfortable.

In order to give the best available rate, prices are on request. Please contact us for a quote.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Market
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Hotel Alessandro della Spina, Pisa   (3*)

Hotel Alessandro della Spina, Pisa

The Hotel Alessandro della Spina is located just 500m from Pisa central train station and just a 10 minute walk from most of the city's main monuments. This modern and cosy property welcomes its guests with an elegant, warm atmosphere, enhanced by its charming garden, and friendly staff that are always on hand to ensure you a relaxed stay.

Hotel facilities include internet and wi-fi access in the lobby and a bar and comfortable seating area. Guest rooms are spacious, furnished with wood and marble and have air conditioning, a safe and satellite TV. Buffet breakfast includes homemade bread and croissants.

Further details on the hotel website, and independent reviews on Trip Advisor.

Local facilities:

  • Shops
  • Banking / cheques cashed
  • ATM / Cash machine
  • Mastercard accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Hairdryer
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Internet access
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Safe

Nearby facilities:

  • Market

Travel options

Transfers included from Pisa airport at 12:00, and back to Pisa airport at 09:45.

Please call our sales team on 1-800-567-6286 or email info@breakaway-adventures.com to arrange connecting flights.

Customer reviews

Everyone who goes on a Headwater holiday will be emailed a link to our post-holiday questionnaire where they can give us an honest assessment of all aspects of their holiday - everything from how quickly we answer the phone to how clean the hotels were - plus, of course, an overall rating and comments about their holiday.

Any feedback collected is posted straight to our website - totally unedited. So, for the real tales, twists and turns of our holidays, look no further than the reviews from our previous travellers.

Reviewed by Ms Culshaw on 15/07/2016

*****
An excellent holiday. The small group size meant it felt very much like a private guided holiday but with the advantage of company.

Reviewed by Mrs Conaghan on 29/06/2016

*****
This was a good mix of hiking and city . We enjoyed the beautiful Tuscan countryside and the guided tours of the wonderful cities of Florence and Sienna. The tour guide was helpful and completely knowledgeable. We also had a lot of fun!

Reviewed by Mr Johnson on 28/06/2016

*****
The holiday delivered everything we were hoping for and more. This was mainly due to the excellent tour leader, who went above and beyond the call of duty. As expected, she was very knowledgeable with regard to the actual locations and the walks, but she was also very helpful in her suggestions for places to eat, as not so many meals were included on this particular holiday. She is one of the best tour guides we have encountered and her sense of humour added to the enjoyment of the whole group.

Reviewed by Mrs Jackson on 23/05/2016

*****
This was a well designed holiday with a good balance of walking and sightseeing . The group size was just right. I doubt we could have had a better leader. Elisabetta was a delight to be with. She was charming, witty, knowledgeable , interesting and keen to ensure we were involved in decision making wherever it was possible . Her recommendations for places to eat were excellent.

Reviewed by Mr Baker on 17/05/2016

***#.
very good. the hotels were in great locations and very accessible to the city/town we were in. our guide was excellent. food was good. the only criticism is - i think you should be more precise about the suitability of the collective ages of the group. we are aged 65 and 66 but we are fit. the others in the group were aged 75 and one over 80. we felt the walking part of the trip was slow and had to cater for the age of the oldest. our guide tried to accommodate everyone and did a good job but we still found it quite hard to achieve a nice pace.

Reviewed by Mr Grant on 03/11/2015

*****
An excellent mix of walking ( none of which is too taxing at least in the cooler October weather ) and sightseeing . The trip will give a good exposure to several of the main must see places in Tuscany. and also shows some of those places less visited by tourists. We were very fortunate in having a great guide in Elizabetta . It was perhaps a mark of how good she is that she was warmly welcomed in each new place we visited . My main tip for future travelers is to go to the Uffizi as early as you can as it can be crowded . Booking in advance is to be recommended and it is best to phone ( you go through the options by pushing the telephone key pad - it is all in English and then you have a very brief discussion with an English speaking member of staff . The advantage is that you will get a wider availability of times to visit than you do booking online and some people according to tripadvisor don`t get their confirmation email ( TripAdvisor has a section on booking for the Uffizi which is v helpful ) . You can book up once you are in Florence for the next day if you go late in the afternoon the day before ( a couple of people did this and got early slots ) but i don`t know how many slots will be available for those going along the day before and many people will want to see the Uffizi and may not want to wait and see if they can get in and when . The last thing you want to do is to queue up on the day - people were being told it would be a 2 hour wait to get in at 10am on the Saturday we were there !!!

Reviewed by Ms Bevan on 25/10/2015

*****
A busy holiday but a great introduction to Tuscany and the Cinque Terra. The mixture of sightseeing and walking was what I wanted and left me feeling I'd like to return to see more of the region in the future. We were a full group of 8 from diverse backgrounds and locations but we gelled well. Much of the success of our trip was due to our guide Elisabetta, who was wonderful throughout - from her excellent driving skills to the endless humour and patience she showed guiding us through menus and sharing her invaluable local knowledge! Our official city guides in Florence and Siena were also excellent and gave us interesting and thorough introductions to their cities.

Reviewed by Mrs Copeland on 21/10/2015

*****
Excellent our escort Elizbetta was wonderful she made our holiday helpful witty charming

Reviewed by Mr Cunningham on 11/10/2015

*****
I reckon a good deal of planning and research has gone into preparing this holiday. It was a perfect balance of walking, sightseeing and doing what you wanted to do. It was also flexible enough to be able to change plans on one occasion to take in an unexpected, extra trip. Tuscany is my favourite holiday destination, so it would be difficult for me not to enjoy myself, but the incomparable Elisabetta Piseddu, our guide, took my enjoyment to another level. I really enjoyed her company. Among her many accomplishments - apart form managing a disparate gang of Aussies, Yanks and a lone Brit - was to knock up a classic vinaigrette salad dressing during one of our lunches that would have added £10 to a UK restaurant bill. And our immaculate guides in Sienna and Florence, whose names unforgivably I haven't noted, were passionate and entertaining. Always an attractive mixture. Passionate and entertaining. What more could I want? Grazie mille, Elisabetta.

Reviewed by Mrs Priest on 15/07/2015

*****
Elizebtta helps make Italy magical, she looks after you and helps you get the most out of your holiday. The places visited, the food and the people you meet are excellent.

Reviewed by Mr Braide on 19/05/2015

*****
Well organised trip, excellent guides and friendly group. Lots of interesting activities and enough space to go our own way from time to time.

Reviewed by Mrs Butler on 09/10/2014

*****
An excellent holiday which gave us a wonderful introduction to Tuscany. Great combination of sightseeing and walking. Elisabetta is a real asset and looked after us all well. We particularly enjoyed the meals she organised and our group of 8 gelled well. The Puccini concert in Lucca followed by our group meal in a slightly alternative restaurant was one of the highlights.

Reviewed by Dr Kipps on 24/09/2014

*****
Very good overall. Would like Headwater to provide interesting holidays for their aged faithful customers ... we have had about 12 holidays with you, but are now feeling that we can no longer do strenuous walking.

Reviewed by Ms Wenner on 15/08/2014

*****
As we ended up being only 2 plus our Guide Paola it was a different and interesting experience. I think that both I and my fellow traveller would praise Paola to the hilt! She made the holiday really with her enduring patience, humour, fun, real ness!, openness, her suggestions for activities, her flexibility, her absolute care for us and our well being, her helpfulness. All in all she was terrific!! Also my Italian has improved hugely!! I think again that I and my fellow traveller would say, as we did discuss this, that there are too many hotel changes. I believe the time in Florence could be left out especially in mid August as it is so hot and full of other tourists! More time in Cinque Terre would be great so either a hotel in the Cinque Terre or more time in La Spezia? The La Spezia hotel was excellent. So more time by the sea and possibly extra night/s in Sienna or Lucca rather than Florence. For me personally more walking would be fantastic. I totally loved the Via Francigena walk and possibly another day on it would be good or another, similar longer days walk elsewhere. Overall however a really fabulous holiday so well managed by our guide as just having 2 people could be tricky but Paola was incredibly sensitive and my fellow traveller and I got on well so all was good! Thankyou Headwater!! Rosie Wenner

Reviewed by Mrs Compton on 08/07/2014

*****
We have been on many Headwater Holidays and this was one of the best. A wonderful mix of walking and sight seeing. We experienced great walks, breathtaking views, and the history and culture of beautiful cities. Our guide, Elisabetta Piseddu, contributed greatly to our enjoyment of all this. Her knowledge, organisation, driving and friendliness were exceptional. - this women is an absolute princess! Look forward to seeing her on future Headwater Holidays.

Reviewed by Mrs Lynch on 03/07/2014

*****
This is a good mix of sightseeing and walking (but see below). Our guide, Elisabetta Piseddu, was exceptional. Her local knowledge and expertise contributed substantially to our enjoyment of the holiday.

Reviewed by Mrs Cosford on 02/07/2014

***#.
Very enjoyable overall. Excellent guide , very informative about the country which was interesting. Hotels varied a lot - some good , one excellent and one not so good . Being only 4 of us in the group was too small - better with more numbers for variety.

Reviewed by Mrs Campbell-Kelly on 17/06/2014

*****
This was an absolutely fanastic holiday - it did everything it said on the tin and more. The guide was second to none, she was amazing, from picking us up at Pisa to dropping us off again. Se made it all special by taking us to local restaraunts and haunts, places we would never have found ourselves. Her attention to detail was brilliant be it driving the mini bus or in sourcing really good guides in Florence and Siena. We really liked her!

Reviewed by Mr Palmer on 03/06/2014

*****
Very enjoyable and varied introduction to Tuscany.

Reviewed by Mr Potter on 03/06/2014

*****
Having a trip manager native to the country, who also lives in London and understands her guests, really made the trip. Elisabetta's enthusiasm, knowledge of local food and wine specialities, and recommendations on genuine, non-touristy places to see and experience (especially restaurants), were outstanding.

Reviewed by Mr Crozier on 21/05/2014

*****
Excellent holiday which was well designed and lead by a truly exceptional local rep/leader/driver! Travel distances not too great and well driven. The location of the hotels were all excellent and in very pleasant towns and locations. The sightseeing was varied and most interesting as was the walking which was interesting and scenic although somewhat limited due to the time available. The local restaurants were very good and our guide had already discovered some excellent venues for lunch and/ or dinner where she was usually well known. This made a big difference and increased our enjoyment. The group of 6 was ideal and everyone pulled together well with the encouragement and help of the guide.

Reviewed by Mrs Dodds on 20/05/2014

*****
I enjoyed the variety of this holiday, beautiful walks and interesting cities, but above all, it was our tour leader who made the holiday such a success. She was knowledgable, considerate and fun to be with.

Reviewed by Ms Bolter on 04/09/2013

*****
A very varied and interesting holiday, with beautiful scenery, fascinating local towns, good guided walks and plenty of opportunities for shopping, discovering history and looking at Italian architecture. Wide range of places to eat and chances to explore on one's own - if wished.

Reviewed by Ms Drabble on 04/08/2013

*****
Our guide was fantastic and really made the holiday. Excellent itinerary which managed to cram a huge range of experiences into 10 days. The first walk was rather more challenging than I expected but that was probably partly due to the heat. The accommodation was generally good but the single rooms at La Spezia and Lucca were very small and dark. They would not have represented good value if the single room supplement had been applied to them

Reviewed by Mis McAfee on 24/07/2013

*****
This holiday is a wonderful blend of the cultural highlights of Tuscany with opportunities to explore the beautiful countryside.

Reviewed by Ms Butler on 22/06/2013

***#.
Unfortunately I'm a single traveller and the rooms were pretty poor, particularly in Florence, relative to the cost of the holiday. I realise that using traditional hotels, which I like, often means that single rooms are disappointing. However I do feel that this should be reflected in the charges applied....after all there is a hefty single supplement to pay.

Reviewed by Mr Sledge on 10/09/2012

*****
We have had quite a number of holidays with Headwater. Most - but not all - have been good, and the two which weren't are thankfully no longer offered. We had one or two minor grumbles about this holiday - some of the accommodation was a bit poky and we had to live out of suitcases ( I see you carefully didn't ask for a view about the quality of the rooms ) - but generally speaking Headwater is a holiday company which we trust and would recommend.

Reviewed by Mrs Whybrow on 30/06/2012

***#.
Really eEnjoyable variety of walks. Delightful excursions.

Reviewed by Mr Dooley on 30/06/2012

*****
Varied mix of sightseeing, locations & walks

Reviewed by Dr Westwood on 30/06/2012

***#.
A most enjoyable holiday, with an experienced guide.We had good food and enjoyed the local wines and the hot sunny weather.

Reviewed by Mr Slater on 23/06/2012

***#.
enjoyable great fun loved tuscany.

Departure dates & prices

2016 departures Tour only 
May 4 $2392
May 18 $2392
Jun 1 $2392
Jun 15 $2307
Aug 31 $2275
Sep 14 $2343
Sep 28 $2343

Holiday details

Minimum group sizes

A minimum of 4 people (in total) are required for each departure.

Holiday type

Guided walking, hotel-to-hotel. Managed locally by Headwater employed guide.

Departures

selected Wednesdays from 14 Sep '16 to 28 Sep '16, for 11 days (10 nights).

Meals

All continental breakfast and 3 evening meals.

Other details

Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information. Please call us for single room supplements, room upgrade options and child prices.

Starting your tour

Transfers included from Pisa airport at 12:00, and back to Pisa airport at 09:45.

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