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Full day to San Gimignano, Siena and Chianti with Lunch and Wine Tasting
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Full day to San Gimignano, Siena and Chianti with Lunch and Wine Tasting

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Escape to the Tuscan countryside on this full-day tour from Florence. Don’t worry about the logistics of organizing a countryside tour: just sit back and enjoy round-trip transit in an air-conditioned coach or minivan to the sights. Visit the medieval town of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; enjoy a lunchtime vineyard visit and wine tasting in Chianti; journey to Siena; and see the historic walled town of Monteriggioni.
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David wrote a review Oct 18
Leicester, United Kingdom10 contributions12 helpful votes
Giotto Campanile is aamazing especially the view looking back over the Cupola. My wife and I did climb both the bell tower and the cupola in the same day and even that was a little hard on the legs. After 414 steps you reach the top and you can admire a really wonderful view. Reccomended
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mollymc89 wrote a review Oct 8
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This cost me 15 euro, and I thought I'd get more for my money. It's a nice thing to do and an impressive structure and view of the city, but for the price it's simply not worth it. The staff weren't particularly enthusiastic or helpful.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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BackPacker800547 wrote a review Oct 6
Bilston, United Kingdom506 contributions101 helpful votes
There are a lot of steps, but several floors to have a rest on! Info boards tell you all you need to know and the views are stunning.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Stephanie & Anthony wrote a review Sep 2020
Lincoln, United Kingdom458 contributions121 helpful votes
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We booked online and picked an early time slot (10:30-11:30) there were only us two plus another couple so four in total on our alloted entry time. When leaving there were much bigger groups which makes it tricky passing on the stairs. For safety you have to wear a neck buzzer so you don't get too close to others (covid). The tower has four floors and the final set of stairs are narrow and spiral. None of the flights of stairs have a hand rail! The view is worth the effort but even in our late 20s this exhausted us especially with having to wear a mask.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Sam wrote a review Sep 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom24 contributions3 helpful votes
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Prior to starting this, make sure you take note of the ‘not for the faint hearted’ memo. The climb consists of around 420 steps, some of which are narrow and you will struggle to place your whole foot on. Some people took breaks part way up the steps as it really does take it out of you! Having said this, once you reach the top the views are just outstanding and make each step worth it!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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