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Small-Group Wine Tasting Experience in the Tuscan Countryside
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Small-Group Wine Tasting Experience in the Tuscan Countryside

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No visit to Florence is complete without a trip to the Tuscan countryside. Alleviate the hassle of public transport or renting a car on a stress-free day trip to the Chianti wine region, a convenient way to escape the city. Travel with ease between two Chianti wineries, and sample local wine and Tuscan specialties, all of which are included in this tour price. Plus, a small group limited to 16 means you receive personalized attention from your guide.
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SoCalOregonian wrote a review Sep 2019
Murrieta, California9231 contributions1191 helpful votes
This open-air market, located in front of the Central Mercado, this street is lined with vendors of all ilk strictly catering to the tourist trade. A lot of the merchandise is not made in Italy but from off-shore (china). If you want trinkets this is were to get them but if you are looking for a top quality items buy elsewhere. It is definitely a tourist trap.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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geoffreyw623 wrote a review Aug 2019
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Disappointing. Everything overpriced and cheap. Merchants either didn't understand English or pretended not to and some were hostile.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Bee D wrote a review Jan 2019
Penang, Malaysia112 contributions13 helpful votes
I am not sure how authentic the leather market was as this is my first time visited there. Never see so many leather products all in pne place. I love many things there but not buying anything as I dont know how real it is amd would they gave me any trouble when I am in custom borders.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Borzov wrote a review Oct 2018
Rijeka, Croatia4387 contributions1070 helpful votes
The ever-popular market in a very short, but always crowded street, is far from it used to be. Instead of nice and convenient Italian leather market it is today the place where you can buy anything and everything, but nothing is really local or authentically Italian. You can find this kind of stuff anywhere else, so don’t waist your precious time here...
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Date of experience: September 2018
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SoCalOregonian wrote a review Aug 2018
Murrieta, California9231 contributions1191 helpful votes
This short, but very crowded street runs from Via Nazionale to Basilica di San Lorenzo, passes Mercato di San Lorenzo, and is lined with kiosks/stalls selling everything under the sun. However, be careful when you buy, as many of the products are not made in Italy. If you are traveling with your wife, keep her away from here or the quick trip to the Basilica will stretch into an hour.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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