Florence & Tuscany Region Vacation Packages
Explore Florence & the Tuscany Region
Florence is a living museum and home to some of the world's greatest artistic treasures like Michelangelo's David. Its pedestrian-friendly streets attract millions of visitors every year. World-class opera, stunning architecture, magical gardens and a thriving food scene make this Duomo-capped city a dream destination.
For a slower pace, consider visiting the medieval villages that dot the Tuscan countryside. From Pisa's Leaning Tower and Siena's historic Piazza del Campo to San Gimignano's tall towers and Corona's Etruscan walls, the region's art, history, culture and amazing landscapes are ranked among the best in Europe and beyond.
- The Duomo Slide 1 of 3: Designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, Florence's Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral stands tall over the city with its magnificent Renaissance dome.
- Ponte Vecchio Slide 2 of 3: Sitting over the Arno River, the Ponte Vecchio bridge is one of the most photographed sites in the Florence.
- Tuscany Slide 3 of 3: Distinguished by its rolling hills and cypress trees, the Tuscan countryside is a blend of breathtaking hilltop towns, medieval architecture, superlative art and Italy's finest vineyards.
You can spend most of your time running from one masterpiece to the next, from outstanding art galleries to lofty basilicas and curvacious domes, including the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral. Florence’s old-world splendor blends with its dynamic 21st-century vibe, offering a Pandora’s box of Florentine art, fashion houses, goldsmiths, shoemakers, food and unbeatable romantic charm.
Head outside the city to the famous Chianti wine region and the breathtaking panorama of scenic landscapes and Tuscan towns that have inspired travelers to roam these roads for centuries. Here, you can treat your taste buds to a full-bodied glass of Chianti, as well as sample cheese, meat, chocolate and more for an unforgettable experience. Add more splendor to your adventure by choosing a tour of Pisa, Siena or San Gimignano.
It’s also the perfect spot to stop for a selfie, or to window-shop for Italian gold jewelry. The Ponte Vecchio Bridge — the everlasting symbol of Florence. Florence is the ultimate shopper’s paradise for everything from leather jackets and loafers to Tuscan fragrances and Italian fashion.
A culinary heaven of exceptional eating and drinking, your mouth will water long after you’ve gone home. Wander the maze of food stalls at the city’s oldest and largest food market. Take a cooking class. Try a traditional bowl of ribollita (Tuscan bean, bread and vegetable soup). Savor the world’s best gelato while walking the same streets Michelangelo, Leonardo and Botticelli frequented.
The Tuscany region boasts a strong culinary tradition featuring simple recipes and authentic flavors, with many specialties, such as Florentine steak. Tuscany is one of Italy's most famous wine regions. Its vineyards produce an array of iconic wines, including well-known reds, dry white wines and both red and white sweet wines.
Delta Vacations offers flight + hotel packages that include round-trip airfare aboard a Delta Partner Airline to the Florence Airport (FLR) or to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport (FCO). Private round-trip car, van, bus transfers from the Florence Airport to your hotel are available to purchase. If you are flying into Rome, railway tickets between Rome’s Termini Station and Florence’s Santa Maria Novella Station can be purchased and added to your package.