What to see in Tuscany 

Relying on a private guided tours in Tuscany is the best choice for discovering all the beauty of the region. In fact, Tuscany boasts numerous cities, all of which can be explored. One example is the city of Lucca. The first attraction is undoubtedly the 16th-century walls, the only ones that can be fully explored, either on foot or by car. There are four kilometres of scenic promenade, along which there is also a botanical garden. Lucca is also known as the city of 100 churches. The main one is undoubtedly the Duomo, the Cathedral of San Martino, located in the square of the same name. The church houses the funeral monument to Ilaria del Carretto by Jacopo della Quercia and the Wooden Crucifix of the Volto Santo, which was once the ancient symbol of the city. Another place of interest is the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, where the old forum once stood. Leaving the Amphitheatre, one can admire the Guinigi Tower, which towers above the buildings in the centre. At the end of your visit to Lucca, you cannot miss Piazza Napoleone, known as Piazza Grande. An ice-skating rink is set up here during the Christmas period.

Private guided tours in Tuscany: who to trust 

For the private guided tours in Tuscany you can rely on the expertise and professionalism of Tuscany Unplugged, which over the years has become a real point of reference in the area. The company has many years’ experience in organising private guided tours, enabling its clients to enjoy local culture and history to the fullest. All visits are customised, to meet every need and requirement and offer an unforgettable experience. Excursions are carried out either on foot or in a van capable of holding up to 9 people, also wheelchair-accessible, for an all-round service.