Small Group Walking Tours in Tuscany

Tuscany Walking

Small Group Walking Tours in Tuscany

Testimonials

star rating  I would highly recommend walking in Italy with Tuscany Walking. Jan runs a very efficient company with the personal touch where nothing is too much trouble. The accommodation and meals... read more

Karen B
11 June 2014

star rating  We are a group of nine friends who like to walk, play bridge, eat good food and enjoy good weather in beautiful surroundings, and our holiday with Tuscany Walking met... read more

Roger M
27 June 2017

star rating  We just loved this whole experience. The walks, with friendly and knowledgeable walking guides, were outstanding and were well chosen for our level of fitness - a little challenging but... read more

Karmen P
16 November 2019

star rating  Having just returned to Australia from our visit to Italy, I have to say of all the places we went and all the things we did, the highlight was definitely... read more

PorgieP2016
28 September 2016

star rating  I like to call Barga, Italy, Brigadoon, after the magical city of the film. Barga is one of those gems you can't help returning to. Tucked into the Tuscan hills,... read more

Fina60657
16 January 2016

star rating  For my first solo trip abroad this couldn't have been better. Picked up at Pisa Airport, taken to our lovely farmhouse accommodation, given fantastic food all week (thank you... read more

judith1503
23 June 2016

star rating  We set out to hike from the Renaissance Ciocco to the town of Barga (downhill!)...what a treat...met people along the way plus fig and plum trees. There are a... read more

Moonbeams2010
23 July 2014

star rating  9 of us stayed at a very attractive farm property just outside Barga, Agriturismo "ll Musaccio. on a bed, breakfast, evening meal and packed lunch basis. All prepared by Franca,... read more

BazaEngland
21 June 2017

star rating  Within one hour, we walked the path through the woods to cross the valley and arrive in Barga. The path was well marked and the trip took us along... read more

Russ C
28 May 2014

star rating  I too, stayed at the Renaissance up there and was taking the trail down into Barga. Except I got lost. I didn't understand the arrows. However, it... read more

nikkikrause
18 May 2015

star rating  Graziano (Rocky) Angelini, a friend I made in distant Guatemala, introduced me to his native Barga, a small picturesque medieval town, hard to find on the map, nestled somewhere in... read more

joosth223
21 July 2014

star rating  This is a very different holiday. Great base, small groups, guided walks and flexible itinerary with amazing hospitality. Do as much or as little as you like!

Lindsey M
15 June 2016

star rating  This was our second holiday with Tuscany Walking staying at Tiglio. The accommodation is very good and after a days walking the swimming pool with good views over the valley... read more

David T
29 August 2013

star rating  This is a great city about 45 minutes outside of Florence. The city is full of history, churches, towers and shopping. Point of interest is that Puccini was born... read more

angelcindy
27 September 2018

star rating  The walking is from moderate to challenging but the forests are the most beautiful I have seen in my life and the lofty limestone alps breathtaking. We have seen a... read more

Vienna R
10 June 2015

star rating  I had not visited this part of Tuscany before, and I will definitely be going back. The mountain scenery is stunning, and the towns of Barga and Lucca represent Italy... read more

juliaaC608CN
15 June 2016

star rating  A group of nine descended on Jan and were immediately given a Liverpudlian/Italian welcome that continued to impress throughout the week. Marvellous walks, fantastic food, sunshine and local wines all... read more

liz977
13 July 2017

star rating  I had the most amazing holiday walking in the Tuscan area of Barga.
My guides Anne and David could not have been nicer and very knowledgable about the area. My... read more

susanfL8519ZQ
6 June 2015

star rating  Walk through the cobbled streets (preferably in comfortable shoes). Lucca is primarily pedestrianised (the locals walk or travel by bicycle). The place oozes history on every street corner.... read more

1934185Kentcouple
11 September 2016