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Highlights of Tuscany

Pisa, Siena and Florence



Tour profile/Level 2

Roads are mostly paved (30% unpaved). On day 2 there is the option of shortening the stage by train. Demanding tour with steep stretches that can be mastered with a certain level of fitness. Although the average daily distance is only around 45 km, it can still be very strenuous. For this reason, you should be in good physical condition for this tour.

Day 1: Pisa

Individual arrival. The city is famous all over the world for its magic Piazza dei Miracoli with the characteristic leaning tower, the bell tower of the city cathedral. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1987, besides a large number of monuments it also offers a friendly and lively atmosphere of a university city.

Day 2: Pisa – Casciana Terme, approx. 45 km

Following the River Arno, you reach Pontedera, with the Castellani winery and the Amedei chocolate factory. You cycle through olive groves and vineyards until you finally reach the Etruscan spa town of Casciana Terme, whose thermal baths were rediscovered by Matilde of Canossa in the 11th century.

Day 3: Casciana Terme – San Gimignano/Colle Val d’Elsa, approx. 50 - 70 km

The Via Francigena (Francigena Road) takes you through vineyards and rolling hills to San Gimignano, a hilltop medieval village. This UNESCO-listed walled village is famous for its many towers. Indulge in the local cuisine in the evening!

Day 4: San Gimignano – Siena, approx. 25 - 45 km

Cycling along the Via Francigena (Francigena Road), you can enjoy the view of Montemaggio and Monteriggioni, the place that Dante mentioned in his Divine Comedy. Siena, a magnificent medieval city, is not far away and shines with its old brick buildings and the crown of the Torre del Mangia city tower.

Day 5: Siena – Greve in Chianti, approx. 55 km

First you cycle to Castagnolli, where you can admire the Brolio Castle of the Ricasoli family, which today houses a fine wine cellar. You then reach Radda in Chianti, a classic wine village nestled in the green hills and surrounded by remains from the Etruscan era. Passing Panzano, you finally reach Greve in Chianti, where the famous Chianti Classico wine festival takes place every year in September. A good drop from the region will stimulate your senses.

Day 6: Greve in Chianti – Florence, approx. 35 km

Your last day of cycling takes you first to the small town of Mercatale, where you have the opportunity to get a taste of the local wine cellars, and then to Impruneta, famous for its terracotta art. Back on your saddle, Florence is waiting for you! The capital of Tuscany is known for its wealth of culture, architecture and art. This bustling metropolis is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, which is still reflected in the palaces, monuments, churches and squares.

Day 7: Florence

Individual departure or extension after breakfast


  • 6 nights hotel accommodation

  • Daily breakfast buffet 

  • Luggage transportation 

  • 7-day Hotline service

  • Cycling tour app with digital maps and information material, GPS data. We recommend bringing a mobile phone holder to enable smooth use of the app.

Dates & Prices



    Season / Period
    S1   30.03. - 19.04.24
    S2   20.04. - 10.05.24
    S3   11.05. - 06.09.24
    S2   07.09. - 27.09.24
    S1   28.09. - 12.10.24


    Discount extra bed (in double room with 2 full paying adults)
    3rd person -152
    Bicycle & equipment
    27-speed-bike 110
    E-Bike 270
    Helmet  15
    Additional nights
    Pisa (dbl/sgl) 83/122
    Florence (dbl/sgl) on request

    Best - Price - Guarantee

    If you would verifiably receive better conditions and/or prices from another tour operator at the time of booking we guarantee at least the same conditions PLUS 1 handlebar bag for FREE!
    All prices per person in EUR


    Hotel samples

    You will stay in selected 3-4 star hotels. The hotels are easily accessible from the cycle path and close to the main sights of the cities.

    Pisa: Hotel San Ranieri
    Casciana Terme: Albergo Stella
    San Gimignagno: Hotel Cisterna
    Siena: Hotel Garden
    Greve in Chianti: Albergo del Chianti
    Florence: Villa Neroli

    NotePlease be informed that these are hotel samples and therefore subject to alteration! Find Your final hotel bookings at Your hotel list after/at booking.


    Bicycles inclusive panniers

    The offered bikes are citybikes with an aluminium frame and kitted with responsive brakes and gears. Plus: mudguards, trip computers, comfort gel saddles, flat-palmed grips, Schwalbe Marathon anti-puncture tyres. E-bikes are also available for this tours, while kids’ bikes and accessories are at hand for all family-friendly holidays.

    You can choose between the following bikes:

    • 27-speed-hybrid-bike women/men
    • 9-speed E-bikes unisex
    • child seat, child trailer, tagalong

    The rental bikes are equipped with a spacious waterproof side bag, lock, handlebar bag or card holder. Each room receives a repair kit.

    E-bikes | Electric bikes | Pedelcs

    By popular demand, we have now invested in a considerable number of e-bikes, much favoured by cyclists who love the Great Outdoors, but prefer to let the bike take the strain. E-Bikes are great development and let people of different fitness levels enjoy a ride together.


    Arrival - Parking - Departure

    Arrival by plane

    Airport: Pisa (PSA)
    Flights can be booked individually. For details see your final travel documents.

    Arrival by car

    Parking: parking lot outside the first hotel, for the whole duration of the tour about € 10 -15,-/day, reservation not possible.

    Arrival by train

    Train station: Pisa
    For further information on timetables and prices you can consult the following websites: www.trenitalia.com or www.bahn.com

    Additional information

    For children from 15 years on.
    Local taxes are not included in the tourprice, payable locally. (approx. € 10-15,- p.P.)
    Special departure dates possible on request from 5 persons on.


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