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When we arrived for the tour, it turned out we were the only 2 so we had a private tour of Florence at Sunset...what could be better. Our guide had great English and was very informative. We did this tour on the first night we arrived in Florence which turned out to be a great thing because we worked out what we wanted to go back to the following days and also learnt so much about the history that we 'saw' more of the city when we were sight seeing the next few days.
Rosella did a great job of basing the tour on our personal interests and level of biking - we were the only 2 on the tour with her so it felt very customed to us. Had a great ride with great information!
Guide was excellent! Only 6 people in the group. Easy to keep together. We did this the day we arrived in Florence, great way to see the layout of the city and lots of the sights.
Great Tour!! Best way to see the great sites of the city. Our guide Rose was outstanding. Best guide we had in Italy.
A great way to see Florence for an overview and history... especially if you have limited time. Our tour guide was wonderful. Great for an active family. Our guide led us through some busy streets and crowded areas with great ease. Very knowledgeable. Good tour for history if you are also doing Rome.
This was a lot of fun! Biking through the streets of Florence and hearing interesting bits of information along the way was really great. This is especially fun to do when you are traveling with kids, teenagers or adults who are not that interested in in-depth historical information. Highly recommend!
Our tour guide was great, very knowledgeable. Doing the bike tour is by far the best way to see the city. Loved it!
This bike trip through Florence was a highlight of our month-long trip to Europe! Our guide was knowledgeable and fun with a great command of English as well as her native Italian. It was a delight to pedal through the byways of the Florence and hear the stories behind its art and architecture. Touring this Renaissance city by bike was ideal, since we were able to explore places a tour bus could not navigate.
Valentina was our guide for this very active tour of Florence. It was a good introduction and overview.there were six of us and we ended the tour with gelato.
Having not visited the city before, we specifically booked this tour for the day we arrived in Florence to give us an orientation and an overview of the sites to visit. It certainly satisfied this requirement in every respect. Getting around on a bike is a quick and easy way to familiarise yourself with Florence and a pleasant way to spend a summers evening. We were given a good introduction to the history, art and architecture we visited on the tour and some useful tips on where to go and what to see. All rounded off with a fabulous gelato. Do bring your own water though as it was not provided. However the delicious gelato was free.
Ray and Kate
The idea of this tour was great but it probably should not have been offered on the night that was the White Night celebration as it was very difficult to navigate the bikes on the crowded streets. Some of it was quite good but seemed a little rushed when it might have been nice to stop for some photos along the way. I would have enjoyed riding to Pitti Palace and the Baboli Gardens. Only other minor negative was that the description noted a bottle of water was included so we didn't take ours, but when we got there, the guide recommended we go buy one. Not a big deal, but worth a mention. I would recommend this tour as a fun way to see a lot of the sights on your first day in Florence.
Knowledgeable guide. Summer time, so not much of a sunset though as the sun sets quite late in July. Would certainly do this tour again though.
We really enjoyed this bike tour as it oriented us to the city, and gave us some exercise after a day of travel. I would do it again. They need better bikes, though...the seat on mine kept collapsing down to the shortest setting after a big bump on cobblestone streets, so we had to stop and reset it 3 times. The leader should have had a tool to tighten it.