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  • Niedziela karnawałowa i tłusty czwartek
    Carnevale Bientinese
    Parada karnawałowa
    Lokalizacja: Bientina (Piza)

    Pierwsza niedziela każdego miesiąca
    Fiera Antiquaria

    Duży i interesujący jarmark antyków w centrum miasta.
    Lokalizacja: Arezzo

    Pierwsza niedziela każdego miesiąca
    Mercatino di Via Montebuoni
    Niewielki, lokalny jarmark z wyrobami rękodzielniczymi.
    Lokalizacja: Tavernuzze, Impruneta

    Pierwsza niedziela każdego miesiąca
    Fiera Antiquaria
    Jarmark antyków w okolicach katedry.
    Lokalizacja: Pietrasanta

    8 marzec
    Fiera della festa della donna
    Festyn na cześć Dnia Kobiet
    Lokalizacja: Piza

    Druga i trzecia niedziela każdego miesiąca
    Fiera arti e antiquariato
    Jarmark sztuki i antyków.
    Lokalizacja: Montepulciano (Siena)

    Druga niedziela każdego miesiąca, oprócz sierpnia
    Mercatino dell'antiquariato.
    Niewielki jarmark z antykami, wyrobami rękodzielniczymi oraz starociami.
    Lokalizacja: Altopascio (Lukka)

    Niedziela przed 19 marca
    Fiera di San Giuseppe
    Festyn wiosenny oraz jarmark na cześć świętego Giuseppe, oferujący tradycyjne słodkie ryżowe kluski.
    Lokalizacja: Chiesanuova, Chiesina Uzzanese (Pistoia)

    Druga niedziela marca
    Festa profumi di primavera
    Wiosenny jarmark, oferujący lokalne wyroby.
    Lokalizacja: Forcoli, Palaia (Piza)

    Niedziela po festynie San Giuseppe
    Palio dei Somari
    Wydarzenie bardzo tradycyjne. Jest to gonitwa osłów, w akompaniamencie osób niosących flagi i bębniarzy. Wyścig rozpoczyna się o 16.00. Jeśli pada deszcz, gonitwa zostaje przełożona na następną niedzielę.
    Lokalizacja: Torrita di Siena

    Niedziela Palmowa
    Fiera delle Palme
    Jarmark z okazji Niedzieli Palmowej
    Lokalizacja: Castelnuovo Berardenga (Siena)

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Dome Walking Tour with English Breakfast in the oldest café in Florence

Join an amazing journey through the most famous squares and streets of Florence with an informative, friendly, and engaging guide. Enjoy an English Breakfast in the afternoon from the most popular cafe in Florence.
HIGHLIGHTS
• Visit the stunning Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral
• Learn from a professional guide who will show you the city's hidden treasures
• Walk over the famous Old Bridge
• Enjoy a delicious English Breakfast from Caffe Gilli

from 49 Euro

transfer from Florence to the Amalfi Coast

Enjoy a private luxury transfer from Florence to Positano by a Mercedes or Volkswagen sedan, minivan or Minibus with a professional driver who speaks Italian and English and will happily share with your history and fun facts about the land you are about to visit.

from 1045 Euro

Florence Market Tour, Pasta Making Class & Traditional Tuscan Lunch with a Local

Meet your host Patrizia near the Mercato di Sant'Ambrogio. She will guide you through the market, pointing out some of her favorite vendors and products. You will select fresh products to bring home and use for your cooking. After about one hour, you will walk back to Patrizia’s home to begin your hands-on cooking experience.
Once you get to her apartment, Patrizia will teach you authentic Italian dishes from Florence and Italy’s Emilia Romagna Region. You will prepare an appetizer, a first course, typically a fresh pasta like tagliatelle, ravioli, or gnocchi, a second course of meat and dessert! 
Patrizia specializes in seasonal dishes that bring out the flavors of the region – in the summer you might make sauces with fresh tomatoes, while in the winter months you might enjoy seasonal vegetables like artichokes. Your cooking class will last about 2 ½ hours before you sit down to enjoy your meal and some delicious Italian wine.

from 146,75 Euro

Skip-the-Line Tour of Pisa Leaning Tower & City Highlights with Private Guide

The Ancient Maritime Republic of Pisa has a fascinating history and in the company of your own private guide you will learn so much about this intriguing Tuscan city. The city has developed around the gulfs of the Arno from where there is the beautiful perspective of the Lungarni. It has some amazing ducal buildings as well as Romanesque and Gothic style churches sited above Medieval and Renaissance strongholds. You will take a stroll around the “Cattedrale”, the “Battistero di San Giovanni” (the largest in Italy) and the “Camposanto Monumentale”. Pisa is of course internationally famous for its Leaning Tower, sited behind the Cathedral it was built as a freestanding bell tower or “campanile”. With your privileged access you bypass the queues and climb the 296 steps for spectacular views over the town. Not for the faint-hearted, but this is a visit you will always remember!

from 59 Euro
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