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Discover San Gimignano with a Private Tour & local licensed guide

San Gimignano, Italy
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The UNESCO–listed town of San Gimignano lies high in the hills of Tuscany, and the town’s history is every bit as impressive as its scenery. On this private morning or afternoon walking tour, explore with your guide and hear the hidden stories behind the medieval buildings and 13th-century fortified walls. Take in top attractions including the Collegiate Church of San Gimignano and the Piazza della Cisterna, and see why San Gimignano is so special.
  • Visit UNESCO–listed San Gimignano on foot with your private guide
  • Explore a history dating back to the 13th century
  • Take in top attractions including the Collegiate Church of San Gimignano
  • Choice of start times to suit your schedule


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Our tour guide Demetra took us...
, Nov 2017
Our tour guide Demetra took us around San Gimignano, a quaint hill town in the Tuscany region deserving of its UNESCO world heritage site designation. We met at Porta Giovanni, strolled the mostly-pedestrian streets, visited the Collegiata not to be missed with its well preserved frescoes. Also saw the towers of San Gimignano and why it is known as the medieval Manhattan of Italy and ending at the Piazza della Cisterna for gelato at Gelateria Dondoli. With some time left, we shopped for cheese their aged pecorino and pecorino fresco is amazing! and pottery Balducci Ceramica - non traditional colors/designs and a quick bite at an enoteca before we headed back to our hotel in Greve in Chianti. At par with most historical towns in Italy, be ready with your most comfortable walking shoes/sneakers, as the cobblestone streets, though nice to look at but after a few hours of walking them may prove to be a challenge to your feet. Also, weather wise, a good time to visit as temperature during our tour was right around 18C 64F, perfect fall weather. Demetra, was good, pleasant and nice. But personally, my wife and I would have liked a little more history, and more interesting stories to spice up the almost 2-hour tour. Overall, we would love to visit San Gimignano again.

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