Venture off the tourist track on a 2.5-hour electric bike tour to see where the city’s artists and scientists lived and worked. Enjoy an effortless ride through the streets of this popular city with an expert guide.
What to Expect
The countryside around Florence is full of surprises: antique villas, churches, monasteries, magnificent hills with olive trees and vineyards, and breath-taking views. The greatest Florentine master artists and scientists lived and worked in these places: Michelangelo worked on the fortifications of San Miniato, Leonardo da Vinci painted the “Annunciation” now in the Uffizi Gallery, Galileo Galilei, the first modern scientist, lived in the Villa dell’Ombrellino and Villa Il Gioiello. Enrico Fermi, father of nuclear physics together with Albert Einstein, worked in the Astronomical Observatory of Arcetri placed on the homonymous hill. A new electric bicycle and an experienced guide will allow you to discover the beauty of these places in comfort, without effort, under the shade of old cypress trees where the air is clean and time has stopped.
- Free shuttle service from/to Lucca
- Expert tour guide
- E-bike with the pedal-assist electric drive system
What's Not Included
- Child seat for children 0-6
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
7.00/7.10 am or 10:00 am: shuttle from Lucca, inside Porta Sant’Anna – Piazzale Verdi (near the tourist office) to Florence train station.
Once in Florence, meet your tour leader in Via dello Studio, 32 or Via dei Servi 33 Red (ask provider for confirmation) at the scheduled time.
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Know Before You Go
Children under 14 years of age cannot ride. Children under 6 can sit in the children's seat.
Please note that this tour is not bookable for children 7-13 years.
Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs.
The tour requires a minimum of 2 participants.