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Self-Drive Vintage Fiat 500 Tour from Florence: Tuscan Hills and Italian Cuisine

Highlights
  • Explore Florence in a rare 1960s Fiat 500
  • Drive yourself but benefit from the direction of a guide
  • Stay in contact throughout with a 2-way radio
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Self-Drive Vintage Fiat 500 Tour from Florence: Tuscan Hills and Italian Cuisine
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9:30am Departure: Group UseMost Popular
Morning tour with one group per Fiat 500 car. Each car will take a maximum of three adults, or two adults and two children.
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3pm Departure: Group Use
Afternoon tour with one group per Fiat 500 car. Each car will take a maximum of three adults, or two adults and two children.
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Morning tour with one person per Fiat 500 car.
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Overview
This Fiat 500 tour of Florence combines an independent excursion with a guided tour. Drive your own Fiat 500 to panoramic lookout points and stop at a private terrace for a Tuscan lunch. Following a guide means you’ll avoid getting lost and regular stops allow you to change drivers in order to focus on the scenery. Plus, a 2-way radio allows you to stay in contact with your guide throughout.
What to Expect

Your tour begins in central Florence, where you’ll greet your guide and head to a garage to collect your rare 1960s version of a Fiat 500. Following a safety briefing, you’ll climb inside and take to the roads as your guide takes the lead.

Head up into the hills of Tuscany and make a stop at the Romanesque church of San Miniato al Monte, hailed as one of the city’s most beautiful structures. Then, revitalize with a Tuscan lunch on a private terrace. After feasting on local specialities, such as cured salami and crostini, you’ll return to your original departure point in Florence.

Reviews (221)
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
So much fun!

Angel was our guide and he took us on a BEAUTIFUL and fun trip into the Tuscan countryside. The Fiat was so much fun to drive even if it was a bit stressful IN TOWN once you get out of town it's amazing. We had...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Kelly V
Reviewed 31 October 2018
Best views of the Italian countryside with added va va voom!

Absolutely the best bit of our week in Florence. We had a little green Fiat 500 and were the only car on our trip - the rest were on Vespas. Stefano was a brilliant guide and kept in touch with us throughout the trip by...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank michelle s
Reviewed 24 October 2018
Wonderful Afternoon!

My husband and I did this tour on our honeymoon to see the "less touristy" parts of Florence. We had an amazing time. Stephano did a great job making sure everyone knew where we were going and keeping us updated on the hand held radios...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Linnea D
Reviewed 18 October 2018 via mobile
Unique and memorable

My partner and I took this tour on our first day of Florence, what a memorable start to the trip. You are initially given a demonstration on how to operate the cars, which takes some time but then you’re ready to depart. We had two...More

Thank Adventuresandexplore
Reviewed 10 October 2018
Fresh Air

We were so tired of the crushing crowds in Florence, flowing with the tourist currents of the street and looking for a little space. We found a breathe of fresh air when we signed up to drive the vintage Fiats 500. this funky little car...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Trip820722
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SYED R
3 October 2018|
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Response from 213kimberley | Reviewed this property |
They are all stick shift.
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Departure777486
8 September 2018|
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Response from Lauraanne2015 |
Yes but it will be tight in the back seat.
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Soberock
22 August 2018|
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Response from walkaboutflorence | Property representative |
No we do not drive to La Piazza
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