Departure from Rome, where our driver will be your service will take you on tour on the beautiful Florence and Pisa, a tourist destination known throughout the world.
Siena lies on three hills at the heart of Tuscany between the river basins of the rivers Arbia, Elsa and the Merse. Approaching the city, which looks like a large terracotta-colored stain, you will see the medieval walls that encircle. The road leading from Rome to Siena to Porta Romana. The other ports of entry walls are Porta Camollia to Florence to Grosseto and Porta S. Marco. From Piazza del Campo, via City Road and then to Via Captain will arrive in Piazza del Duomo. The Cathedral (1150-1376) has a beautiful pink and green stone façade in Romanesque-Gothic. The interior contains important works of art: statues of Michelangelo, Bernini, Donatello, in addition to the pulpit by Nicola and Giovanni Pisano, with the help of Arnolfo di Cambio. The Bell (1317 - 1325) preserves a work of exceptional value: the baptismal font decorated with bronze panels sculpted by Donatello, Ghiberti and Jacopo della Quercia.At lunchtime you can enjoy excellent cuisine in a restaurant or tavern Siena center, and then set off towards Pisa. The transfer car will last about 2 hours. You will be immediately conducted in the most famous of Pisa: Piazza dei Miracoli. Here you will find the symbol of the city, one of the most important buildings of the art world: the Tower of Pisa, you can visit and where you can admire the city from above. Miracle Square was the center of religious life, it contains in addition to the Campanile, or Leaning Tower, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the Baptistery of San Giovanni Battista and the Monumental Cemetery. A masterpiece of Pisan Romanesque style, the Cathedral (1064-1118) represents the very richly decorated prestige achieved by the ancient maritime republic of Pisa in the twelfth century. Inside, the coffered wooden ceiling is painted with gold, while the apse is decorated with a large mosaic with "Christ in Majesty" complete with the head of St. John of Cimabue in 1302 and miraculously survived the fire of 1595. Worthy of note is the beautiful pulpit (1302-1310) by Giovanni Pisano.
The Baptistery, started building in 1152, is the largest baptistry in Italy. Inside you can admire the octagonal font, surmounted by a statue of St. John, Guido Bigarelli from Como and the pulpit carved by Nicola Pisano. The Campo Santo of Pisa is the ancient cemetery, in which are preserved Roman sarcophagi, statues, carvings, tombs of famous people and famous frescoes of the "Triumph of Death" (1336 approx) Buonamico Buffalmacco. You can continue your tour to Pisa and visit the Piazza dei Cavalieri, ancient seat of the civil power, where you will find the Palace with the famous clock tower of Count Ugolino, the Caravan Palace, home of the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa, founded by Napoleon in 1810, the Church of the Knights of St. Stephen and other buildings of historical importance. Then you can walk the ancient Borgo Strait to reach the Arno river and the Ponte di Mezzo under which flows the River Arno. After crossing the bridge, the Lodges of the benches, where they are often prepared food fairs and flea markets, antiques, Christmas. You can continue shopping in Corso Italy and then back to Rome