walkabout tours which handled the tour locally did a great job. Agatha (the tour guide) was very well versed with the history on each places visited (she's is working on her post grad in 15th century Italian arts) . she had a very pleasant attitude and had a great command of the English and Italian language (her native tongue is polish). all that were promised about the tour were delivered and everybody in the group were very pleased. Viator should continue to hire the Walkabout Tour in Florence because they really did a great job.
A word of caution, Tuscany is hilly and you have to do a lot of walking up on elevation. if you have a heart condition or had difficulty walking, this tour may be challenging.
the total boston experience tour was very interesting and highly recommended. the paul revere part was very informative. for those who'd like to linger more inside harvard and MIT, this is not the tour to take. i would have rated this tour a 5 star if not for the hard push and hard sell to eat at "no name restaurant" from the tour guide. place is aweful with mediocre food and drinks. "legal restaurant" is still the better choice which has two locations. the best one is by the south end of the pier next to where the "no name restaurant" is. PLEASE, STOP PROMOTING THAT PLACE. it's not good at all.
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