The Vespa panoramic tour of Florence is the best way to explore the most amazing views of Florence. You can ride your own Vespa scooter during a 3-hour tour visiting Piazzale Michelangelo, the beautiful convent of San Miniato, and discovering the historic town of Fiesole. There is also an option to have a driver provided for you as you enjoy the sites of the city. Take advantage of a free shuttle service from Pisa to Florence, or make your own way there to hop on your Vespa.
Start your day in Pisa and meet our driver for the shuttle service to Florence, upon arrival begin your tour! Get the ultimate Florentine experience and get around just like a local, but with more style! Choose a beautiful day to drive around town with a Vespa scooter, following a special itinerary selected to offer you the most amazing views of Florence. The tour starts in Florence via Martelli 33red, where after the check-in you’ll reach by our minivan the departure place (around 10 minutes ride) where you’ll hop on your Vespa and after a few instructions you’ll start the ride First you will head for the Piazzale Michelangelo, probably the city’s most famous sightseeing spot; here you can admire a breathtaking view of Florence, both unique and inspiring. A couple of minutes away you will find the San Miniato convent, another incredible panoramic spot that is also famous for its ancient medieval history and its beautiful historic cemetery. Then you will head for Fiesole, that is just a few minutes outside the city center. This small town that overlooks Florence and the surrounding hills, probably has one of the most spectacular and breathtaking views that you will find in these places, so don’t forget to take your time to enjoy and maybe take some pictures. Fiesole is also famous for its ancient Roman history, in fact it still holds an original Roman amphitheater that is still in use to this very day. After your visit to Fiesole, you will be driven back to the departure place in the center of Florence and you’ll have free time before the shuttle to go back to Pisa.