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Italy on a Budget Tours

Via Nazionale 149R, 50123, Florence, Italy
+39 055 050 3517
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Italy on a Budget tours is a leading Italian travel company based in Florence offering epic trips in Italy for young adventurers aged 18 -39 with a local, passionate, crazy, fun, easygoing and professional crew. The tours are the perfect opportunity to make new friends and meet people of the same age while learning, tasting and visiting what the territory has to offer in a fun environment. We offer day tours, city breaks and holidays in the major Italian destinations such as Florence, Tuscany, Pisa, Cinque Terre, Rome, Venice, Amalfi coast, Sicily and lots more. English is the only language used during the tour, while you think this is obvious, many Italian companies have their tours in several languages. On our tours you won't have to listen the guide repeating the same things over and over again in 4 languages. The tours are more personal and certainly more entertaining.
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Via Nazionale 149R, 50123, Florence, Italy
San Lorenzo
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+39 055 050 3517
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"grape escape"
in 127 reviews
"amalfi coast tour"
in 75 reviews
"cinque terre"
in 172 reviews
"wine tasting"
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"san gimignano"
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"day trip"
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"truffle oil"
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"guide alex"
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"gelato"
in 105 reviews
"blue grotto"
in 14 reviews
"winery tour"
in 38 reviews
"medieval town"
in 26 reviews
"small group"
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"great tour"
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"recommend this trip"
in 19 reviews
"amazing wine"
in 15 reviews
"a lot of fun"
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We just came back from the Grape Escape tour. 2 Beautiful wineries each with very friendly and warm local Italaian hosts introducing their wines and showing a bit of how their produced. It was a magical day of beautiful scenery and really great wines. The...More

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Valentina was an amazing guide. Valentina even gave us suggestions for our next stop in Naples. I learned a lot about Tuscany and about wine. It was a big day, but it was great.

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A really fun tour with lots of cool info about how wine is made in general but also specifically how these particular wineries do it. A half day was really convenient and chill for us. Our tour leader manolo was great.🐙

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lulife7890
8 July 2017|
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Response from WorldTraveller989 | Reviewed this property |
For our wine tour in Tuscany we used italyonabudgettours. com I believe the tour was called Grape Escape. it was very reasonable and included a stop in San Gimignano. unfortunately I don't remember the tour we used in Rome... More
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Mars586
24 May 2017|
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Response from javier c | Reviewed this property |
A lot of the places I had gone didn't have wheelchair accessibility so it might not be the best place. 2 of the 4 hotels I stayed didn't have an elevator and luggage had to be carried up to our room. The 2 cities were some... More
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