Arrive into Pisa or Florence airport and Love Velo will pick you up and take you to your hotel in Florence. Spend the afternoon exploring the capital of Tuscany and take an evening stroll on the ...Show More
Today is a chance to immerse yourself in Florence before you start your ride into the heart of Tuscany. In our opinion, the most important thing to do is find gelato and we know just the place. M...Show More
Leave your bags at hotel for collection and it's time to ride out of Florence and into the lush Chianti countryside. We will give you a short 5km transfer out of the city centre onto quiet roads ...Show More
Leave your bags for collection in the morning and ride out today on our favourite Tuscan route. The morning will take you up some hills for about 10km before a long downhill through San Benedetto...Show More
You can leave your bags at the hotel as you will be returning there at the end of the day. Today's route is a beautiful 65km loop taking in some climbing and some downhills through this undulatin...Show More
Your bags will be collected this morning and your ride today continues south. After a morning climb, it's downhill for much of the way today, with the odd bump, but nothing too strenuous or diffi...Show More
You can leave your bags in the hotel as we will be returning later in the evening. Today's ride takes us on a loop and into Siena, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Piazza del Campo is the highli...Show More
Enjoy a lesiurely breakfast at the hotel and you will be transferred back to the airport for your return flight home.
If there is a better cycling experience than riding through Tuscany then we haven't found it yet. Explore the medieval fortified towns of San Giminano and Montepulciano, sip cappuccino in a Chianti town square and roll through the endless olive groves and vineyards.
Cypress trees will line your routes and under the warm Tuscan sunshine life's daily stresses just melt away.
Tuscany can be visited from early March or April all the way through to November. The weather can be cooler in the Spring and Autumn which can make for great cycling conditions. The height of summer is particularly hot but is great for lazy days on the bike soaking up everything Tuscany has to offer.