Explore the Chianti Vineyards by Vespa

Explore the famous vineyards of the Chianti region in true Italian style on a Vespa scooter! You’ll ride along peaceful roads through the scenic, Tuscan hills, admiring Chianti's landscapes, medieval villages, and hilltop castles. After zipping through the countryside, stop for a wine tasting and delicious lunch.

Riding a Vespa is a unique way to experience the beautiful scenery of Chianti. As you twist and turn through the area, enjoy the distinctive scents of the Tuscan countryside and the sounds of the working farms. Your guide will lead you around small medieval villages so you can get the most out of your day. If you don’t feel completely confident riding on your own, you can join a guide on their scooter!

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Itineraries with Explore the Chianti Vineyards by Vespa

Highlights of Italy: Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples - 14 Days

Discover the sights and delights of Italy on this two-week highlights tour. Explore the floating city of Venice, the Renaissance jewel of Florence, and the Eternal City of Rome. Ride a Vespa through picturesque Tuscany and discover the stunning Amalfi Coast. Soak up the culture, food, and wine while you fall in love with Italy.

Explore Tuscany: Florence, Siena, Pisa, & Lucca - 9 Days

If spending 9 days seeing top works of art and eating chocolate Foccacia sounds good, then this trip is perfect for you.  Start in Florence to see Michelangelo's 'David', tour the Uffizi Gallery, and go shopping on the medieval Pontevecchio Bridge. See the Tuscan countryside from the top of Pisa's leaning tower, then see soaring cathedrals and ancient Piazzas in medieval Siena. Explore food and wine in the Val d’Orcia before ending in romantic Lucca, where quiet courtyards, 12th-century chapels, and the perfect cup of afternoon coffee await.

Highlights of Florence - 6 Days

Explore the birthplace of the Renaissance in all its splendor. Discover Rennaissance art in Florence, browse bustling markets for fresh produce and cured meats and stroll through narrow medieval streets to see the 1,000-year-old Ponte Vecchio bridge. Head to the Tuscan countryside to visit Siena and see the medieval Monteriggioni fortress and learn the secrets behind a homemade Italian meal.