A pleasant small-group guided walking tour to discover the origins of Florence by walking in the Etruscan – Roman village of Fiesole located on a hilltop with a stunning view of Florence.
From Apr 15 to Sept 15, DEPARTURE : at 9:30AM
Led by an expert local guide you will discover the small town of Fiesole, known as “The mother of Florence” . Why? Because Fiesole is where history started more than 2,500 years ago.
You’ll see the old traces of the Etruscans, the first to arrive here and create one of the most powerful cities of the past.
Fiesole was later conquered by the notorious Roman army which transformed the town in a prosperous center.
During this walking tour you will visit the Archeological Area where the Roman theater, thermal bath and the temple are still visible.
Moreover you will enjoy the authentic atmosphere of the medieval convent of S. Francesco where remarkable fifteen century cloisters and cells are open.
Ready to start! Prepare yourself for something really special!
Not wheelchair accessible
Requirements: Gym or comfortable shoes (NO high heels), comfortable clothing, hat
This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
Children under the age of 11 not admitted. In any case they must be used to walk
For private transfer request, please send us an e-mail indicating the place of departure, we will provide you with a quote
For a full refund, cancel at least 72 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. In case of now show no refund expected
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