Tuscany Cicerone

Welcome to a world of rolling hills, sun-drenched vineyards, and timeless beauty

Tuscany, a region in central Italy, is a dream destination for those looking to exploring the regions rich culture, history, and natural beauty while enjoying its world-renowned wines and cuisine. Stroll through medieval towns with cobblestone streets, sampling the finest wines from centuries-old vineyards, cycling through the picturesque countryside of Chianti, or relaxing in a spa in Chuisdino.

Villa Cora

Villa Cora is located in a centuries-old park that overlooks the Boboli Gardens, on the hills just outside the historical centre of Florence. This historical mansion has been transformed into a five-star hotel with 44 elegant rooms, beautiful gardens, a refreshing pool, and breathtaking views of Florence. Its lavish interiors and location makes it the perfect base for exploring Florence’s rich history and vibrant culture.

Borgo Santo Pietro



Nature meets luxury at Borgo Santo Pietro, a 300-acre boutique hotel and wellness estate in Tuscany, close to Siena, San Gimignano, and Florence. Intentionally designed to bring a sense of calm, relaxation, and well-being to anyone who visits. With 22 individually designed rooms and suites, spa, two renowned restaurants, the grounds are meticulously manicured, with culinary gardens overflowing with fragrant herbs, fruit trees, and flowers. 


Borgo Santo Pietro
Get ready to feast your senses at Saporium Borgo Santo Pietro. The Michelin-starred restaurant offers a culinary experience celebrating the art of Borgo Santo Pietro’s soil-to-plate cuisine. Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, the chefs create dishes that reflect the rich flavors of Tuscany.

La Capanna

If you’re looking for an authentic Tuscan dining experience, La Capanna Scalvaia is the place to go. Tucked away in the countryside, this charming restaurant offers traditional Tuscan fare in a rustic setting. The cozy ambiance is perfect for a relaxed meal.

La Sosta del Cavaliere

For a meal that combines elegance with authenticity, visit La Sosta del Cavaliere. This upscale restaurant offers a refined take on traditional Tuscan cuisine. The beautifully presented dishes are as del to look at as they are to taste.



La Ménagère

In the heart of Florence, you’ll find La Ménagère. This trendy eatery combines a café, restaurant, and flower shop all in one location. The eclectic decor and vibrant atmosphere make it a popular spot among locals and visitors.


Le Bistrot

Villa Cora


 Le Bistrot Villa Cora is a gem located within Villa Cora. The elegant setting and exquisite menu make it a standout dining option. The menu features a blend of Tuscan and international dishes, all prepared with the finest ingredients.

Saporium Firenze

Saporium Firenze brings the same culinary excellence as the restaurant at Borgo Santo Pietro, but with a Florentine twist. Located in the heart of Florence, the Michelin-starred restaurant offers a modern take on Tuscan classics with an innovative menu, featuring seasonal ingredients and creative presentations. 



Florence Regina Bistecca

Last but not least, Regina Bistecca in Florence is a meat lover’s paradise. Specializing in the famous Florentine steak, this restaurant offers an unforgettable dining experience. The steaks are cooked to perfection and served with simple, yet delicious sides.

Borgo Cooking School

Why not bring a piece of Tuscany home with you? The Borgo Cooking School at Borgo Santo Pietro offers hands-on cooking classes where you can learn to make traditional Tuscan dishes. From pasta making to baking, these classes are a fun and educational way to immerse yourself in Tuscan culture. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy the fruits of your labor at the end of the class.


Chianti Wine Tour

No trip to Tuscany is complete without a Chianti wine tour. Explore the rolling hills and vineyards of the Chianti region, and learn about the winemaking process from grape to glass. Many tours include visits to historic wineries, wine tastings, and even a traditional Tuscan lunch. It’s a great way to sample some of the best wines Tuscany has to offer.


Siena Tour

Step back in time with a tour of Siena, a medieval city known for its well-preserved architecture and rich history. Visit the stunning Siena Cathedral, explore the Piazza del Campo, and climb the Torre del Mangia for panoramic views of the city. 


Piazza del Duomo

One of Florence’s most iconic landmarks, Piazza del Duomo is a must-visit. The square is home to the Florence Cathedral, Giotto’s Campanile, and the Baptistery of St. John. Take in the intricate details of the cathedral’s facade, climb the dome for breathtaking views, and explore the historic baptistery. It’s a fascinating glimpse into Florence’s rich architectural heritage.


Accademia Gallery

 For those who appreciate art and history, you won’t want to miss the Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo’s sculpture David. This world-renowned museum also features other works by Michelangelo, as well as an impressive collection of Renaissance art. A visit to the Accademia Gallery is a chance to see some of the world’s most famous masterpieces up close.