- 3-day Florence and Pisa tour from Rome
- Scenic view through the Tuscan countryside
- Guided city tour of Florence
- Uffizi Gallery and Piazza della Signoria
- Free time to explore Florence
- Leaning Tower of Pisa
- 2 nights' accommodation and meals
- Professionally guided tour
- Round trip train tickets Rome-Florence-Rome
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What You Can Expect
Day 1: Rome and Florence (L)
Departing from Rome, you'll travel to Tuscany by train. Your city tour of Florence includes views the Duomo, the third Pietà by Michelangelo, the Baptistry with its Golden Bronze Doors by Ghiberti and Giotto's Belfry. Next, you will pass the Accademia Gallery featuring Michelangelo's famous statue of David before making your way to Piazza della Signoria. Stop for lunch in a local restaurant and spend the afternoon exploring Florence at your own leisure. Overnight stay in hotel.
Day 2: Florence, Pisa (B)
After breakfast in the hotel, this morning is free to discover more Florence highlights. After lunch meet up with your tour and depart for Pisa. On your arrival, view the famous Piazza dei Miracoli, the Dome, the Baptistery and the famed Leaning Tower. You will return to Florence for an overnight stay.
Day 3: Florence and Rome (B)
Free time in Florence after breakfast this morning. You will depart at 3:30pm from your hotel to Florence train station and then board your train to Rome. The tour includes hotel drop-off and you will arrive in Rome at approximately 6:00pm.
Very friendly and good.
Will definitely book any tour from viator again.
I had the best time, the tour guides were very friendly, however I didn't realise I was being left on my own to join another tour. Had to make confirmation phone calls to know I was being picked up for return. But apart from that, totally enjoyed this tour
Valentina brought us to Florence. She was not as good as the other guides I had on my other trips. I wish there was more explanation about Florence. The local guide that brought us from Florence to Pisa and also the local guide at Pisa are very good. Recommend this trip, and if possible, stay longer.
I traveled with my 80 year old mum to Florence and Pisa from Rome. The trip was very good, the guides were very clear and kind. The whole trip was perfect, on the first day the food in the restaurant was very good as well. I would have rated the trip as 5 stars, because everything was very good, however there was a lack of comunication when we arrived the hotel in florence, I did not know where to take the coach to go to Pisa the next day and nobody knew at the hotel, eventhough the guide told me that I was going to get my itinerary at the hotel. So I had to call Viator to get the information. Then when we came back from Pisa, I had to call again to know where to go the next day to go back to Rome. I would suggest that Viator should have prepared an itinerary and hand it to me on the first day, so I would know exactly what to do without stressing.
Third Day went wasted and the tour plan could have included Venice...
First Day: Florence and Pisa, Second Day: Venice, Third Day: Return to Rome would have been ideal
Yet staffs have been very helpful and friendly
I had friendly,well qualified guides.I was impressed that Viator could put together the various programs from different companies. However, this created frustration as nobody knew the details of the next step and I had to have the hotel call around to get details so we could learn where and when to be at a location. .
Seem like doing my own tour. No plan for the tour. I have to call in all the time in order to know where to go next. There are three different tour companies with no coordination. The fist tour company put you in the taxi to the hotel. Then you call and find your way to the next tour company. Then you have to call to find out what to do next. The tour said three meals a day but there is only one meal on the first day. Probably pay half the price if you do on your own.
Trinidad and Tobago
Our bookings had ALL meals and ALL entrance fees but this did not happened. We only had breakfast at the hotel and we had to purchase our own lunch and dinner also we had to pay our own entrance fee to climb the learning tower of Pisa. I am pretty disappointed by this.