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Biking in Tuscany

Tuscany offers an ideal scenario for cycling enthusiasts of all levels, from amateur cyclists to anyone just wishing to pedal calmly while enjoying the beauty of the region. For your adventure on two wheels, choose from a variety of itineraries. On paved roads for anyone who loves racing bikes or off road on mountain bikes to get away from traffic and be surrounded by nature. Every area in Tuscany offers routes rich in interesting places to visit and see as well as extraordinary panoramas.

In Chianti there are numerous bike routes, both paved and dirt roads, that will take you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the region. Choose your preferred route and set off! You can easily rent a bike at local rental shops.

Florence is one of the most popular spots for cyclists with many dedicated bike lanes that run through the city center (some lanes have restrictions on certain days).

Siena is also a very popular biking destination due to its beautiful views and easy accessibility from Florence. The city's historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been preserved intact over the centuries.

Traveling by bicycle offers a greater freedom that allows you to take each road, path and trail as it comes. You can stop anywhere and for whatever amount of time you like, without being dependent on the timetable of public transport.

Cycling is a practice that can be enjoyed by everyone: from those who use their bike to get around town, to cycling tourists and those who compete in races. There are many cycling routes in Tuscany, which offer you an opportunity to explore the region at your own pace.

The "Strada del Vino" (Wine Road), which winds through the Chianti region and its famous landscapes, is one of the most famous cycling routes in Tuscany. The wine road links Florence with Siena and takes about three days to cycle.

​Another great route for cyclists is the "Strada della Bonifica" (Drainage Road) which connects Arezzo with San Miniato through the Valdarno Valley, offering breathtaking views at every turn.

There are many benefits to getting out of your car for a few days and enjoying Tuscany by bike. The first benefit is the feeling of freedom that only comes from pedaling through this beautiful area with the wind in your hair and sun on your face - no schedule to follow but your own. Second is being able to stop whenever you want at any viewpoint or village along your route. Third is having access to places that cars cannot reach - narrow roads through vineyards or dirt roads leading you through nature reserves.