Alternatively, this can be run as a private guided tour, in which case you choose your own dates, as well as the levels of hotels and number of meals included. Ask us for a quote!
A ride in-between green hills, cypres trees, vineyards and medieval villages, one for the bucket list!
7 Unesco world heritage sites on our itinerary: Etruscan Necropolises of Cerveteri and Tarquinia, Florence, Pienza, Pisa, Rome, Siena, Val d’Orcia
from the 07th to the 16th of April 2023
from the 18th to the 27th of June 2023
from the 10th to the 19th of July 2023
A fairy-tale journey to discover the Middle Ages charm and delights in Tuscany, amid medieval burgs, ancient tastes and fragrances, up and down between on the legendary Tuscan hills with their hundredths of shades …
Tuscany is probably the Italian region that is most famous around the world. The reason is simple: it is enchanting!
|Start / end place||Duration||Riding days||Hotels||Included meals|
|7||4 stars||9 breakfasts|
|Rest day||Total distance||Min-max /day||Tour /day||Route grading|
|Day 5 in Florence||1550 km|
|6 – 8 hours||moderate|
Tour program details
Day 1: Meeting in Rome (Roma)
We meet in the afternoon at our hotel in Rome. We go and pick up the rental bikes, if any. Right after we’ll have a briefing to give everyone a few simple rules for a greater safety for all. Finally before dinner we’ll begin to build the group through a typical Italian aperitivo.
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Rome; included meals: D.
Day 2: 155 km
We begin our tour towards Tuscany with a beautiful ride in the woods of the Latium hills to visit a famous papal city and an awesome dying city. We then reach Lake Bolsena for lunch in a typical trattoria, while you’re free to choose where to have dinner in the enchanting walled-city of Orvieto.
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Orvieto; included meals: B,L.
Day 3: 210 km
Right from the start we dive into the Tuscan hills to discover the pearls of the Val d’Orcia (Unesco site), which is often claimed as a symbol of this enchanting land. We visit the human-sized town of Pienza (Unesco site) and in the occasion next break we visit the first winery of this wine and food tour of Tuscany. Then vistas switch on the wonderful Crete Senesi, heading to the magnificent city of Siena (Unesco site).
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Siena; included meals: B, D.
Day 4: 210 km
We continue our motorcycling holiday with a day in the midst of the Tuscan most famous vineyards and medieval villages that are the quintessential symbol of Tuscany. We’ll travel over the hills of the Chiantishire and Valdelsa to the awesome town of San Gimignano (Unesco site) and end our ride in the most romantic of Italian cities: magnificent Florence, where we will stay for two nights.
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Florence; included meals: B, L, D.
Day 5: 0 km
Well-deserved day off to spend on a tour of Florence walking through history with no notion of time in this city full of charm, where at every street corner you are transported back to the Medici court and the splendors of the Italian Renaissance…
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Florence; included meals: B.
Day 6: 250 km
Day dedicated to nature with a beautiful tour through the forests of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Garfagnana area. We’ll continue crossing the Apuan Alps, all the way down to the sea, to reach our destination at the gates of the Cinque Terre Park (Unesco site).
Overnight in 4-star hotel in area Lerici / Marina di Massa; included meals: B, D.
Day 7: 220 km
A busy day again today! We start with a visit to the marble quarries that gave glory to 2 Unesco World Heritage Sites scheduled for today. First stop on our tour: the beautiful medieval town of Lucca with its magnificent Italian Renaissance monuments. Then Pisa for a visit to the wonderful Piazza dei Miracoli with its famous Leaning Tower, Cathedral, Baptistery and Monumental Cemetery. Finally we take a step back in time by reaching yet another gem, the beautiful and medieval Volterra.
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Volterra; included meals: B, D.
Day 8: 240 km
Today we will explore the southwestern part of the region, passing through the Devil’s Valley that inspired Dante’s Inferno, a poignant roofless abbey, the sword in the rock and roads carved into the tuff more than 2,000 years ago, not forgetting the many beautiful little villages in the Tuscan hinterland. Overnight in the neighborhood of the incredible little town of Pitigliano, perched on a cliff.
Overnight in 4-star hotel in area Sorano/Pitigliano; included meals: B, D.
Day 9: 230 km
This is the last day of our motorcycle tour, but like all the others it will be filled with exhilarating roads between the sea and fascinating sites to visit, from thermal baths to an incredible village built on the rock. More beautiful views, woods and hills and turns up to our last stop for a visit to an important Etruscan necropolis (Unesco site), on our way back to Rome where we will stay in the same hotel we left from. After returning the rented motorcycles we will worthily conclude our motorcycling holiday together with a lavish farewell dinner.
Overnight in 4-star hotel in Rome; included meals: B, D.
Day 10: Farewells in Rome
We say our goodbyes after breakfast, leaving you free to go home or explore further the magic of Italy on your own. There are plenty of opportunities to continue your trip that we can help you planning!
Included meals: B.
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