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Tuscany Riding Center

Explore the heart of Italy on a motorcycle tour like no other! Tuscany is one of Italy’s world famous regions. Its enchanting landscapes have inspired many artists over the ages and today it is one of the most enjoyable areas for motorcycle enthusiasts. From the Appennini Mountains to the Tyrrhenian coast, the natural landscapes are truly enchanting. Tuscany and Umbria have dozens of little walled villages and fortresses from the Middle Ages where you can explore the historical buildings, cobblestone streets, tiny churches and severe watchtowers overlooking the valleys.

You will never forget walking through ancient cities like Florence, Siena and Pisa and small enchanting villages like San Gimignano, Todi, Spello, Arezzo, Assisi, Volterra and Monteriggioni.

A trip to Tuscany would not be complete without sampling the local wine and cuisine. A typical dinner at our hotel or a simple lunch in a local family run Trattoria restaurant will each offer a unique dining experience. Be sure to enjoy the world famous Chianti wine and discover the many other delicious wines of the region. The Tuscany Riding Center allows you to discover all that the region has to offer with the comfort of having a base from which to travel at a hotel overlooking the ocean. You are welcome to join the many different rides that our English-speaking tour guide will propose and lead each day. You can also choose to ride and explore Tuscany on your own. We will pick you up at the airport in Florence and take you to the hotel where a motorcycle is waiting for you!

Itinerary

Day 1 - Saturday - Meeting in Florence - ride to Castiglioncello

Morning meeting in Florence, bike papers and briefing with your guide, then ride to San Gimignano for lunch. In the afternoon, we will ride to the hotel in Castiglioncello, on the Mediterranean coast where we will have a welcome briefing, followed by dinner and overnight.

Days 2 to 7 - Sunday to Friday

You will enjoy the fantastic guided rides through the central Italian region of Tuscany. Volterra, San Gimignano, Monteriggioni, Siena will become familiar names after this week. Ride at your own pace on the sweeping hillside roads. Taste the wine, enjoy the food specialties and come back every night to the hotel for a sunset swim in the outdoor pool overlooking the sea and an "aperitivo" glass of Chianti.

Day 8 - Saturday

Easy day to ride back to Florence, may be stopping in Volterra for a last visit, drop off the bikes and spend the last night in Florence. Dinner tonight will not be included.

Day 9 - Sunday

Leisure time until the arrival of your self-organized transfer to the airport in Florence for your flight back home. That is, unless you decide to stay longer to explore this wonderful part of Italy!

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Dates and Cost

Date: from the 13th to the 21st of May

(Dates are the meeting in Florence and the departure from Florence at the end, so make sure your flights match these dates.)

Prices, with a minimum of 6 participants:

  • Pilot: Euro 2.950
  • Passenger/Own bike pilot: Euro 1.950

Included:

  • 7 nights in a 4 star hotel in Castiglioncello with dinner and breakfast.
  • 1 night in a  3 star hotel in Florence with breakfast.
  • 7 days rental of a class 2 motorcycle.
  • Italian guide on his motorcycle.
  • Luggage transfer from Florence to Castiglioncello and back.
  • Road book
  • Michelin map

Single room supplement: Euro 500

Motorcycle Rental Upgrade:

  • Class 3 motorcycle upgrade: Euro 90 per bike
  • Class 4 motorcycle upgrade: Euro 235 per bike
  • Class 5 motorcycle upgrade: Euro 370 per bike

Contact

Mototouring srl – Tour operator
& motorcycle rental
P. IVA 11303890153
REA Milano 1453559

Via del Ricordo 31 – 20128
Milano – Italy
+39 02 2720 1556 +39 02 2720 1140

Operation Hours

Monday to Friday: 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 13:00
Saturday afternoon and
Sunday closed.

Pick-up /drop-off upon
reservation only

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