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Italy Bike Tours: Tuscany, Siena and Lazio
Pedal straight into the middle of a fine, Italian dream as you cycle through the glorious regions of Tuscany, Siena and Lazio. Bask in the gorgeous valleys, pretty villages and unique medieval hilltop towns while clocking up the kilometers before sitting down at the end of every day to rest your legs and enjoy the finest Italian cuisine and delicious wines. What could be better!
- CategoryRoad Cycling
- TypeFully Guided
- Duration7 days
- Culture LevelFamiliar
- Skill Level3 - Intermediate
- Activity Level3 - Active
- Elevation3 - Intermediate
- Distance217.5 miles
- Avg. Daily Distance43.5 miles
Are transfers from and to the train station provided?
Yes, transfers are included in this tour.
Can I rent a bike with Shimano Di2?
No, Di2-equipped bikes are not available.
The tour Operator rents carbon frame road bikes.
Is it possible to extend the tour?
Yes, if there are more than 3 persons requesting an extension.
Can non-riders join this tour?
Yes, non-riders can still enjoy the tour by riding the van which follows the riders. The tour price will still be the same except that there won't be an additional fee for bike rental.
Is this a gastronomic tour?
This tour is perfect for food and wine lovers. Tuscany is the best region to ride and enjoy the most delicious food and wine in the world.
Can we rent an E-Bike for the tour?
Yes, if there are at least 4 people, it may be possible to hire an E-Bike.
Can we choose our own dates and make it a private tour?
Yes, if you have more than 7 people in the group, the Tour Operator can make this a private tour and you can choose the dates.
What is the tour like?
It depends on the group although a driver/van will follow the group if the participants ride at a different pace.
Hours on the bike
It depends on the pace, usually 5/6 hours per day with different stops.
You will have breaks when you need them, for sure there will be a coffee stop and lunch stop but there will be other stops also to provide a description of the land you are riding through.