Our Vegan Food Tour in Florence was mentioned by The Guardian in the article “Best vegan and vegetarian food tours in European cities”. Plant-based tours are springing up in cities like Florence. We offer a cool Florence History & Vegan Food Tour, vegan feast in the historic San Lorenzo neighborhood. The suggested tour (which can be customised) starts the day with an espresso, and heads to Mercato Centrale di San Lorenzo to sample balsamic vinegars, truffles, bread, pasta and regional soup. To finish, a no dairy ice cream is just the cherry on top!
Regarding our Florence History & Vegan Food Tour, we have been also featured on the vegan website World Vegan Travel. World vegan Travel is a Canadian tour operator that offer all-inclusive deluxe group trips to exciting destinations around the world, specifically designed for vegans and the vegan-curious, with a focus on abundant regional plant-based cuisine.
Years ago the myth of Italian tv Osvaldo Bevilacqua contacted me to talk about my Vinaino Tour in Florence, e. g. the tour of wine and street food in Florence. He has been running for decades the most important travel show in Italy, called “Sereno Variabile”. The main stop was at Antico Vinaio, an almost unknown panini place at the time, which nowadays is a top attraction in Florence. Who knows if I didn’t help them becoming famous with my Sereno Variabile video….
Our Florence Family Tour has been mentioned on a family travel blog based in Canada. It was a busy spring day in Florence and the mission was to help a mom and a dad traveling with a couple of little children (one was a toddler) enjoying their time in Florence! A marble paper demonstration, a stop for an ice cream and a slow pace to see few attractions was the right recipe!
BBC’s The Travel Show features Fantastic Florence Tours!<br /> “Hi, I’m Keith Wallace with the BBC. I’m going to be in your city for a few days working on a piece for The Travel Show in Florence. How about taking me around the city?”<br /> thought about it for a second, then….Yes, sure! So, here you have the video: