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Uffizi Gallery Tour With Skip The Line Ticket
Tuscany Landscapes, Castels & Chianti Wine District
Florence in one day with a localGuide: Uffizi-City walk-Accademia
Pitti Palace, Boboli and Bardini gardens tour
Florence: David Accademia Gallery tour & skip the line tickets
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- ART & MUSEUMS
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Florence City Pass: Uffizi, Brunelleschi's Dome & Optional Accademia
Skip the ticket line at the Uffizi Gallery and Brunelleschi's Dome with this museum city pass. Discover the sites with an audio guide on your phone.
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- priority entrance
- digital audio guide
Uffizi: Skip the Line Ticket and Digital Audioguide
Get your entrance ticket to the world’s most visited museum with Our Uffizi Gallery’s Official Priority Ticket. Then Visiti t by your own with our digital audioguide uploaded directly on your smartphone.
Uffizi Combined Ticket: UFFIZI, PITTI, BOBOLI & digital audioguide
Book your admission to the most visited museum in the world with our Official Uffizi Gallery Ticket with reserved entry and then visit the other 4 museums included at any time during the next 3 days.
SIENA & SAN GIMIGNANO, WORLD HERITAGE TOWNS
From the center of Florence we head into the astonishing Chianti countryside, the place of origin of famous wine and extra virgin olive oil. Rolling hills, ancient hamlets, castles and vineyards accompany our pleasant journey to Siena
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Cupola by Brunelleschi self guided tour & skip the line ticket
Experience the skyline of Florence from 330 feet then walk along ancient secret passages inside the Cathedral to admire the biggest painted surface in the world.
TUSCANY LANDSCAPES, CASTLES & CHIANTI WINE DISTRICT
An exciting tour dedicated to wine lovers eager to learn the secrets about the Chianti region while enjoying the picturesque views of the Tuscan countryside .
VIP CHIANTI TOUR CONTEMPORARY ART AND UNIQUE WINE TASTING WITH LUNCH
An exciting tour dedicated to art and wine lovers who desire to discover the secrets of the Chianti district !
TUSCANY IN ONE DAY: PISA-VOLTERRA-SIENA-SAN GIMIGNANO
A pleasant journey through Tuscany ’s stunning landscape by van and with a professional guide: discover Tuscany’s Medieval world heritage cities , the food, the people and their unique way of life all in one day!
THE DAVID & MICHELANGELO PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR WITH SKIP THE LINE TICKET
Find out all about the David — an icon of male beauty and a symbol of Florence and the Renaissance — during our 1 hour Accademia tour , and skip the line thanks to priority and a booked access.
- audio system
OLTRARNO TOUR - ART & CRAFTS
Lonely Planet calls the Oltrarno district one of the “ coolest neighborhoods ” on Earth — join us in finding out why!
MEDICI | MASTERS OF FLORENCE
Who where the Medici, and why does their name still resonate around the globe to this day? Let’s follow a treasure trail around Florence to find out!
PITTI PALACE AND ITS GARDENS (BOBOLI & BARDINI)
Walk in the footsteps of grand dukes, kings and conquerors by exploring Palazzo Pitti and its famous gardens .
MARBLE AS A LIVING STONE: DISCOVER MICHELANGELO!
The name of Michelangelo has always evoked the idea of absolute genius, this tour will introduce you to all the working tools and the secrets of this artist...
BIODYNAMIC BRUNELLO WINE TOUR FROM FLORENCE
Visit the Brunello wine land located in the renewed Val d’Orcia, a magic area between Florence and Siena, an UNESCO heritage site because of its landscape.
MOUNTAIN BIKE ELECTRIC CHIANTI TOUR
Jump into nature in a funny and sustainable way, exploring the Chianti countryside riding an E-bike.
DOWNHILL FROM THE FOREST INTO THE CITY
Easy, pleasant, and fun-filled : The perfect tour for outdoor enthusiasts everywhere!
CLASSIC CHIANTI WINE REGION BIKE TOUR
Explore Chianti , the world-renowned “ Land of Wine ,” by bike and taste the Tuscan way of life at a Chianti Villa Estate!
Cantina Antinori nel Chianti Classico & San Gimignano Private tour
Dedicated to wine lovers with a sense of adventure, this tour takes us from the heart of the Chiant i to the hilltop towers of San Gimignano .
FLORENCE AND A BITE OF TUSCANY
From Florence into the Tuscan hills : Let’s discover the beauty of Florence and its surroundings , including a multi course lunch, Chianti farm visit, the tasting of wine and olive oil!
CINQUE TERRE: INTO THE BLUE!
Red and yellow fishing villages nestled into violet cliffs and terraced vineyards : Let’s plunge into the colors of Cinque Terre !
PISA & THE LEANING TOWER
Explore the “Field of Miracles” with its iconic landmarks and one of the seven medieval wonders of the world: the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
TRUFFLE LOVERS TOUR
Be a truffle hunter for a day! Take part in a once-in-a-lifetime experience and search for truffles with a truffle-hunting dog through the woods of Tuscany.
VIP COOKING CLASS IN A PANORAMIC VILLA
You want to be a proper Italian cook for a day ? Join us for an amazing cooking class in Tuscany countryside and enjoy a lunch/dinner prepared with an Italian chef.
FOOD MARKETS AND DELICATESSEN IN FLORENCE
Dive into the Tuscan cuisine and taste forgotten flavors of the most authentic and vibrant districts in the town!
COOKING CLASS IN THE CENTRE OF FLORENCE
The Gourmet Cooking lesson is a completely hands-on experience, that will allow you to create and enjoy dishes
that you can bring into your daily life.
FLORENCE WALKING TOUR AND UFFIZI GALLERY GUIDED TOUR WITH SKIP THE LINE TICKET
From the Duomo to the Ponte Vecchio : Take a walk with our guide to discover the monuments of the historic center of Florence, a UNESCO Heritage Site, and skip the line to access the legendary Uffizi Gallery .
TOUR OF PALAZZO VECCHIO & THE TOWER CLIMBING
Discover the magnificent Palazzo Vecchio , the ancient residence of the Medici family at the time and the symbol of political power of Florence for centuries to come.
OPERA DEL DUOMO MUSEUM & BAPTISTERY
Dive into 720 years of Florentine history by visiting the New Opera del Duomo Museum and the Cathedral’s Baptistery .
PASSION FOR FASHION
The world’s top labels at discounted prices : A trip to Tuscany’s l uxury mall is every fashion -lover’s dream come true!
VIP ART BY BIKE SMALL GROUP DAY OR NIGHT
Explore the beauty of Florence by bike , pedaling through the pedestrian area of the city with its UNESCO World Heritage site , and delve into the tales of history shared by your art historian guide !
UFFIZI GALLERY EARLY BIRD OR AFTERNOON
The Uffizi Gallery offers some of the most beautiful views over Florence and houses the largest collection of Renaissance paintings in the world that used to belong to the Medici family , who had their old offices here.
THE BEST OF FLORENCE IN ONE DAY
Traverse Florence’s rich artistic legacy with a full-immersion experience of the city’s top sights, skipping long queues and enjoying lunch along the way.
VAL D’ORCIA & PIENZA with BRUNELLO WINE
Famous Brunello wine Tour
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Episode #158: slow travel experiences in tuscany.
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When visiting Tuscany, many people only get a small taste of the glorious towns and villages, the rolling hills, and the wonderful people that make this region so very special. But the Tuscan countryside is the ideal place for slow travel experiences, to go deeper into the Tuscany culture and way of life – one which mixes artisans, producers, the changing seasons, and human connections.
At Untold Italy tours, we are excited to be working with KM Zero tours on some unique small group tours in Tuscany . Find out more about joining us on tour in Tuscany for our Spring small group tour itinerary and our Autumn/Fall small group tour itinerary .
What you’ll learn in this episode
- Slow travel is a different type of experience to when you travel and go to museums and major sites. Those are of course incredible experiences, but this is a really different style of travel and builds a different kind of memory
- Arianna was born and raised in the Chianti region of Tuscany, halfway between Florence and Siena. Her father is from Florence and her mother is from Siena so she was born in the middle, keeping everyone happy!
- She and her husband Alessio have been building their project, KM Zero Tours – Slow Travel Tuscany, since 2014 when they first brainstormed ideas of the kinds of experiences to craft for travelers. Some people said that it didn’t matter – you’re in Tuscany and it sells itself, but they felt that there was so much more to say about their home, their friends, their land, and the cultures and traditions that are part of daily life. The things that you can’t find in guidebooks or on Google. It’s not quick information, but it’s a deeper kind of feeling and experience that you can only get only if you live somewhere or know somebody from there
- The name of the company came from KM, meaning kilometers, as is used in Italy. The concept of KM zero is the idea of zero distance between you the traveler and the farms and locals. It’s a movement similar to farm-to-table
- It’s about not just the quality but the seasonality of the produce, and gives value to the relationships. It’s meeting the farmers, interacting, touching the soil, and understanding why a given product is made in that specific place and at that specific time of year
- Listening to the stories gives a totally different meaning to that place and you then have these wonderful stories to tell you once you’re back home and will make you feel you have a place that you’ll want to return to again and again
- When you are a tourist , you’re basically seeing places/something beautiful in front of you. You may read something about it, but you’re not connected to it. Then you have the travelers who already have a deeper kind of approach to travel – wanting to understand more but then Arianna is trying to encourage their visitors on a deeper level – to become friends with them and with all of their friends. Not just to see things, but really to experience them and to look at them the same way that Arianna and Alessio look at them. That’s their dream
- Untold founder Katy Clarke had a particularly special experience when she met up with Arianna and her team last year. Not only did they spend a whole day exploring some of the most beautiful towns deep into the Chianti countryside, but knowing her love for baby goats, Arianna arranged for them to visit a goat’s cheese farm. This had so many levels to the experience, learning how the cheese is made, tasting the delicious cheese, meeting the wonderful family that makes it and of course, petting the baby goats
- Arianna was born in one of the most famous wine regions in the world and, of course, she appreciates this of course and shares this with her guests but she also wants to show that there’s more to Chianti than just wine
- They are very close to Florence, which is known for its fine art – in the smaller towns and villages you may not get the fine art but there are so many artisans that are making these little villages come alive. Traditions that go back centuries are part of the identity of these places
- Arianna tries to select different experiences according to the different seasons. In Spring, we go to a wonderful Iris farm. The irises bloom at the end of April/beginning of May, and they are beautiful, colorful fields of flowers. The farm they visit are artisans. She makes cosmetics out of them. It’s all organic, and they farm olives there as well
- Olive oil is another big thing in the area of course. It’s wonderful all year round, but it gets extra special in the fall, especially in October
- There are also cheese artisans – goat cheese and pecorino cheese are the two main kinds of cheese – they have no cow cheese in Tuscany. It’s another wonderful hands-on experience to visit these farms, see the animals, and understand how from the same milk, you can get a huge variety of different products. You then have this cheese plate with so many different kinds of cheese – you can taste and wonder how, starting from the same milk, you get all these different tastes, colors, and textures
- At elementary school, Arianna’s teacher used to call her prezzemolino . In Italian, this means ‘little parsley’ because she was everywhere! So she loves to explore the countryside and experience all it has to offer, especially all the festivals and outdoor events. There is music, street acts like flag wavers and drummers, and everything medieval style. Food and wine are of course always a major part and often they are food festivals at a particular time of year to celebrate a seasonal product. They’re rarely listed on Google or websites. The way to find out about these things if you’re not from there is first, you might get lucky and see a flyer when you’re there or even stumble upon one – or you need to know someone like Arianna
- There’s a real difference between the countryside to the city in terms of interactions with people. In the city when they close the doors of their home it tends to shut the city out so they do that each day but when they want to do anything there is lots of things going on. In the countryside in the wintertime, it’s colder, it gets dark early, and that’s when people tend to retreat into their homes and not see many people or do much but then come the spring as it gets warmer and lighter everyone has renewed energy and they want to see people, meet new people and share with them. In the countryside, everything tends to be family-owned, with smaller accommodation, which makes a big difference to a stay
- Katy and her family are going back next year to an agriturismo that they stayed in previously because her son made such a connection with the young man of the family there. A kid who is keen on his computer games became drawn into the process of producing balsamic vinegar by the young man’s passion and it was an important memory for him from the trip. Staying somewhere smaller and family-run is a very different experience. Find out more about this type of stay in What is an agriturismo and why you should stay in one
- One of the things that happened on one of our Untold Italy tours this year in Puglia – was that one of our guests really wanted to hug one of the beautiful, ancient, old olive trees, so our tour driver just decided to take the whole group to his own farm and not only did she get to hug one of the fantastic old trees, he welcomed everyone there, even introducing them to his donkey. When we speak to those guests now, that’s what they remember – how this man went out of his way to share his family home, his donkey, and his olive tree!
- The amount of time you spend in an agriturismo or a stay somewhere in the countryside is very different from the city. In the city, you want to optimize where you stay so you are close to as many things you want to see as possible. You don’t spend a lot of time in your accommodation. With an agriturismo, where you are staying is part of the experience and you spend much more time there. You are welcomed in by the family. At one of Arianna’s friend’s agriturismo, you are greeted by her two lovable dogs and when she shares her delicious limoncello with guests they never forget it and all want to know the recipe
- Most agriturismo require three nights in minimum stay partly because it takes a little time for people to establish those relationships. Each place’s breakfast will be a little different. There are so many personal touches
- The slower pace of these stays can somehow make you feel rejuvenated. Slowing down can really give you more energy
- Chianti is the perfect place to experience the Tuscan countryside, even when you don’t have a huge amount of time. You are surrounded by pure countryside and a slower kind of pace, but at the same time it is in a very central location. Florence is less than 45 minutes, and Siena is less than an hour
- Some travelers misunderstand slow travel and ask if it means that they do nothing the whole day. Not at all. The approach to slow travel that KM Zero tours has is all about balance. It’s about being able to savor and absorb every experience. It’s a unique opportunity to really open your mind and to grow as a person in the experiences. To really absorb, you need a bit of downtime. Enjoy an exploring experience during the day. then to have a little downtime after – relaxing at your farmhouse agriturismo, take a refreshing walk or just sit and get to appreciate a spectacular sunset
- You don’t have to go for one type of travel over the other. We think this kind of slow travel works great when mixed with other styles of travel – getting to see beautiful sights in Florence or Rome and then you can take that to a deeper level away from the city, in those places where all that beautiful produce you’ve enjoyed in the city restaurants is created. Adding different layers within a trip is a wonderful way to have a really rich experience
- Arianna collaborates with us on our Untold Italy Tuscan tours , but if you wanted to get in touch with her she can offer all kinds of boutique tour experiences for you, find out more and see some sample itineraries at www.kmzerotours.com . For every season there are different products and different experiences that you can have with them
- Untold Italy Tours, in conjunction with KM Zero, offers a Spring small group tour itinerary and an Autumn/Fall small group tour itinerary
About our guest – Arianna Cini
Meet Arianna & Alessio, the faces and souls behind KM Zero Tours:
Arianna was born and raised in the Chianti region of Tuscany, and is deeply connected and passionate about her beautiful countryside, its people, and its traditions. She studied abroad in Russia and Australia, and graduated from the University of Bologna with a degree in Foreign Languages and Literature. In addition to Italian, Arianna speaks fluent English and Russian.
Arianna is a qualified tour guide and began her career working in international business, including wine exporting. In 2014 she and her partner Alessio Di Genova (from Abruzzo region) started KM Zero Tours – Slow Travel Tuscany , an innovative boutique travel business focused on creating slow and cultural travel experiences aimed at discovering Tuscany from a deeper, authentic, and personal perspective.
Alessio, Arianna’s husband and partner of KM Zero Tours, is a qualified sommelier and he graduated from the University of Bologna with a degree in Agricultural, Food and Agri-environmental Sciences. After having spent 6 years working as a pastry chef in Bologna he also graduated as an official Sommelier at AIS (Association Italian Sommelier). He was born in Abruzzo but he now lives together with Arianna in San Casciano, a hilltop Chianti town.
They both can’t wait to welcome you to their home in Chianti, and to introduce you to their best friends and favorite places there. Andiamo!
You can find Arianna on these channels:
- Website: www.kmzerotours.com
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/kmzerotoursitaly
- Instagram: www.instagram.com/kmzerotours
- Tripadvisor: KM Zero Tours Slow Travel, Tuscany
- Youtube: KM Zero on YouTube
- Twitter: www.twitter.com/Kmzerotours
Places mentioned in the show
- Florence – capital city of Tuscany
- Volterra – walled hilltop city in Tuscany
- San Gimignano – picture-perfect Tuscan village, worth adding to any itinerary
- Siena – ancient Tuscan city south of Florence
- masseria – is a fortified farmhouse or country house on an estate
Resources from Untold Italy
- Join one of our small group tours in Tuscany
- Discover more about the region in our Tuscany guide , in The Best Towns in Tuscany to visit and explore , get some Tuscany itinerary ideas , find the Best agriturismo in Tuscany and find some of the artisan products from the area in Unique gifts from Tuscany
- Listen: to Arianna’s other episodes – Episode #089 Harvest in Tuscany , Episode #062 Special products from Tuscany and Episode #57 Tuscany’s Chianti region . The Chianti region is, of course, famous for its wine – check out Episode #144 Sip your way through the wine bars of Florence and our Episode #13 Introduction to Italian wine to find out about other wine regions and listen to Episode #039: Exploring Florence with Corinna Cooke to learn more about the Tuscan capital. More on Tuscany in Episode #113- Spring dishes from Tuscany , Episode #79 Maremma – Exploring Tuscany’s undiscovered coast and Episode #60 Garfagnana – My Tuscany with Buzz Mccarthy
- How to plan a trip to Italy – our article that takes you step by step through trip planning so you can avoid our mistakes
- Italy Travel Planning – our FREE online community where you can ask questions and get inspiration for planning your trip
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Travel is a powerful engine of change. It broadens perspectives and opens the mind to values and ways of living that are at once unfamiliar and illuminating. At the same time the sheer number of people travelling around the world inadvertently contributes to putting our human and natural ecosystems at risk.
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As a travel company in Tuscany, locally owned and operated, we are particularly aware of how important it is to maintain a community’s traditions, culture and environment. Our travel itineraries focus on different ways of reducing your carbon footprint. We’ve personally selected a number of locations and accommodation and offer cultural, enogastronomic & nature itineraries in their immediate vicinity - spend less time travelling and more time seeing!
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Take a leisurely walk in the countryside - and through the ages. Begin with a visit to one of central Italy's most ancient human settlements, dating back to the Bronze age; stop at a 14th century hermitage with a beautifully frescoed church; visit the charming hamlet Cetona; taste local extra-virgin olive oil and wine; visit a Franciscan convent - all in just one, leisurely walk!
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The gentle, rolling Tuscan landscape has always inspired artists from all over the world. So why not have a go at expressing your creativity and creating your very own little marsterpiece to take home with you as a souvenir? Elizabeth, a talented British artist who has been living and working here since 1997 holds fun and informal watercolor courses for beginners that are suitable for everyone - couples, groups of friends and families with children. She will provide you with everything you need and courses can be held either at her studio or, if you're renting a house, directly at your rented villa.
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If you're looking for an easy bike trail or footpath in the hills of Tuscany , Il Sentiero della Bonifica, or Path of the Reclaimed Land, is a 62 km bike and pedestrian path which joins Arezzo to Chiusi and is suitable for anyone wishing to travel slowly, including families with children.
Ever thought of including a regenerating stop at one of Tuscany's many spa destinations during your travels? The region is full of natural hot springs or 'terme', many of which date from Roman or even Etruscan times and whose waters, originating from deep within the earth's crust, have long been associated with curative properties.
Traveling with children and wondering what you can do to make both your holiday and theirs enjoyable ? Consider paying a visit to a "fattoria didattica", a regular working farm on which you can learn about the whole production cylce as well as taste the "real thing" and know you're EATING LOCAL - at zero miles from farm to plate !!
Treat yourself, your partner, family and friends to a very special gift while on holiday this year. You're finally on vacation and ready to relax - what could be better than taking the time to learn a few basic strokes to help alleviate neck, shoulder and back tension ?
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