Up in the hills above Florence lies Fiesole, the ancient Etruscan capital of the region since the VIIth century b.C. and a blooming city during under the Roman Empire. From these hills Leonardo da Vinci made his first experiments with human flight. In modern times Fiesole became an important cultural center visited, amongst others, by Newton, Proust and Queen Victoria.
Duration: 3 hours| Rates
These are the most important stops during our tour:
- The Archeological park with the Roman theater that seated 3,000 people, the baths and the Roman-Etruscan temples.
- The Archeological Museum.
- The Piazza Mino with the Palazzo Petrorio, the old Church of Santa Marina Primerana, the Palazzo Vescovile, the Seminary and the Romanesque Cathedral of San Romolo founded in 1028.
- The Roman-Etruscan Acropolis, where we can now visit the XIVth century church, cloister and Monastery of San Francesco. From this point you will enjoy a magnificent view of Florence.
RATES (Rates are per tour, tickets are not included)
|Groups (from 10 up to 25 persons)||€ 130 + € 2 for each extra person|
|Individual clients (from 1 up to 9 persons)||€ 150|
|Schools up to 25 persons||€ 120 + € 2 for each extra person|
|Ticket for the Archeological Zone and Museum||€ 10|
|Persons between 7 to 25 years, EU citizens over 65 and groups over 10 persons||€ 6|
|School groups with students up to 15 years||€ 3|