We'll meet at the bike rental, located in the heart of the city center, close to all the main monuments of the city. Once everybody feel comfortable on the bike, we'll be able to reach through a bike path Piazzale Michelangelo, on top of a small hill just outside the city walls. The place is known for the most beautiful view over Florence! Then, we'll navigate the small alleys of the city center to reach all the most memorable squares of the city: Piazza Santa Croce, Piazza del Duomo, Piazza Santa Maria Novella, Via Tornabuoni, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza santo Spirito and the Pitti Palace. This tour is more about riding a bike than about explaination of monuments and architecture... If you want more history, here is my other experience: https://abnb.me/BApugKgJs2
Hi there! I'm Gabriele, 28 years old, born and raised in Florence. I'm an OFFICIAL tour guide, and owner of Florent, where since 2013 my wife and I started to organize bike tours for small groups. I love to show the unique city of Florence to people from all over the world , from the squares to the many museums of town, trying to make my best in any conditions! Other trips I organize: Florence by night on a ebike: https://abnb.me/kcuWNMxKs2 Want to see Florence with more history? https://abnb.me/BApugKgJs2 Want to see the hills and countryside riding an e-bike? https://abnb.me/doJvE7zJs2 https://abnb.me/9I5CX7fKs2
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The city bike will be a 28" with 6 or 7 speeds; lady's bikes have a basket, while men's bikes are a bit taller and without…
-Piazzale Michelangelo, the most beautiful view of the city -Duomo, the most important church -Palazzo Vecchio, the city hall -Ponte Vecchio, the iconic oldest bridge of Florence -Piazza Santa Croce, the monumental church of the Italian glories; -Santo Spirito, the quartier with more locals -Piazza Santa Maria Novella, the biggest dominican convent in town -Via Tornabuoni, the luxury shopping area -Piazza Pitti with the last house of the Medici
最多可有8位年满12周岁的参与者参加。家长也可携带2岁以下的儿童参加。 All the partecipants need to know how to handle a bike!
The ride is easy in terms of effort in the city, but there are more pedestrians and possible cars; the climb to Piazzale Michelangelo is easy too, but it could be tricky if you're not comfortable on a bike or if you don't ride from a very long time. You may consider the e-bike option in this case.
Explore Florence by bike