tuscany food tour

The Best Tuscany Food Tour 2024

€ 105
12 hours
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About Tuscany Food Tour

Get a taste of Italian history with a day trip from Florence through Tuscany! Explore Pisa and San Gimignano, and enjoy a guided walking tour of Siena during your Tuscany food tour. The highlight of the tour is a visit to a winery in Chianti, allowing you to savor delicious homegrown food accompanied by world-famous wines!


Tuscany Food Tour

Travel back to the past with a Tuscany food tour! This day trip from Florence gives you the opportunity to discover some of the most picturesque medieval towns across the Tuscany region!

The guide will share the rich history of Siena during the tour, where you can admire the intricate details of the Siena Cathedral! See the Leaning Tower of Pisa and take in the lively atmosphere of the historic squares. Admire the medieval towers of San Gimignano and explore the splendid churches of the city. Don't worry; there will be enough free time to wander around the cobblestone streets of these UNESCO World Heritage Sites full of magnificent Renaissance-style architecture!

Don't miss out on your chance to savor a homemade lunch in the Chianti winery! Choose a lunch option and enjoy delicious, locally-grown food prepared in traditional Tuscan ways. During the winery visit, you'll also taste four world-famous wines paired with the food for a complete Italian experience!

  • Round trip from Florence
  • Expert tour guide
  • Guided walking tour of Siena
  • Skip the line entrance ticket to Siena Cathedral
  • Farmhouse lunch at a winery in Chianti (if option selected)
  • Wine tasting of 4 regional wines (if option selected)
  • Free time in Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa
X not included
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Other entrance tickets
  • Additional food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • English
what to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Weather-appropriate clothes
  • Water
X not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
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Meeting Point

Start your Tuscany food tour in front of the Santa Maria Novella train station at Piazza della Stazione 58, near the taxi stand.

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Medieval towns

Explore the stunning architecture and rich history of the medieval towns of Siena, Pisa, and San Gimignano!

Local specialties

Choose a lunch option and appreciate the local produce in the Chianti winery as you savor a homemade, organic lunch.

World famous wine

In addition to farmhouse food, you'll enjoy four regional wines with your lunch. Taste the renowned Chianti wine and learn about its production!

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FAQ – Tuscany Food Tour

What food is Tuscany Italy famous for?

Tuscany is famous for its fresh pasta, especially the Pappardelle al Cinghiale dish made of wide ribbon-like pasta with wild boar sauce. Another famous dish is Crostini Roscani, made of small toasted bread slices topped with chicken liver pate. Ribollita is Tuscany's most famous soup made with bread, cannellini beans, and vegetables. While Panzanella is a famous, refreshing Tuscan salad with stale bread, tomatoes, onions, and, of course, basil and olive oil. In addition to the tasty food, Tuscany is also renowned for its high-quality Chianti wine and olive oil!

What are the food rules in Italy?

Food is among the most essential things Italians care for. The pleasure of savoring good meals prepared with love and dedication is a form of art in Italy, and as such, it brings some etiquette with it. Here are some of the most important ones: Don't order cheese with your dish; the chefs serve a meal how it should be enjoyed, and never ask for cheese on top of any fish dish you've ordered! Pasta is usually a first course, not a main or side dish. Italians generally have a small breakfast and then a big lunch and dinner, most often with three courses each! While on the topic of pasta, don't eat bread with it, and don't cut it with a knife. Remember not to ask for tap water in the restaurant, and remember that Italians avoid sugary drinks with their meals as they detract from the flavor of foods. Sodas and beer are only acceptable with pizza, but rather enjoy a glass of wine or water with other dishes. Also, don't order Cappuccino after noon, as Italians believe rich foamy milk in the coffee is a breakfast drink.

What other tours should I do while in Tuscany?

Apart from food, the region is famous for its Tuscan wines! Go south to the town of Montalcino and enjoy gourmet food, wine, and a guided tour of their wine cellars with a Montalcino wine tour. Visit the region of super Tuscans with a Bolgheri wine tour and savor delicious Bolgheri blends. Continue your journey with local produce and taste local specialties paired with wines on a San Gimignano wine tour. Discover lesser-known wine regions with a Lucca wine tour, where you can taste wines on a beautiful patio overlooking the vineyards. For more unique experiences, join Truffle hunting Tuscany, where you learn how to "hunt" precious truffles in addition to food and wine tasting!
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Good to know before you go

  • The trip is organized in a shared group with up to 25 people during a guided tour.
  • Private tours are available upon request.
  • Please remember you'll spend approximately 5 to 6 hours on the bus.
  • You'll visit Santa Maria della Scala Museum if the Siena Cathedral is closed due to religious services taking place.
  • You can bring your luggage if you're continuing your journey from one of the allocated tour stops.
  • If you need to travel from Florence that evening, we recommend booking your trip from Florence after 9 p.m. to allow time for any delays during the tour.
  • For a full refund, please cancel your Tuscany food tour up to 24 hours in advance.
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Our favorite day in Italy! Giancarlo was the ultimate guide, making it educational and fun, and the Chianti winery lunch with wine tasting was a heavenly experience! We shipped a couple of bottles back home as well! This is a must-do day trip while in Italy!


Absolutely outstanding!

It was a remarkable day in Tuscany! Siena and Pisa were breathtaking, and the lunch and wine experience in Chianti was more than anything we'd expected. Local produce is delicious, and the views are spectacular! I highly recommend the Tuscany food tour as your day trip in Italy!


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