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Through the Mugello Hills to Florence

Archetypal Tuscany & spectacular Florence
Holiday information
Nights: 4
Grade: 1, some short ascents & descents
Terrain: broad ridges, woodland
Hotels: three 3-star hotels
Meals: breakfast each day, 2 picnics, 1 dinner
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We also offer a longer, highly rewarding holiday which leads all the way from Bologna to Florence.
This Holiday in a nutshell
  • self-guided hotel-to-hotel walking, luggage transported
  • a leisurely stroll on ancient trails with sweeping views
  • varied and welcoming hotels
  • marvel at the great art city of Florence

Combining leisurely walking through the gently rolling Mugello Hills, covered in shady olive groves and neat vineyards, with the unrivalled art treasures of Florence, this is the perfect introduction to the spellbinding landscapes and heritage of Tuscany. Follow ancient drovers’ roads and mule tracks that lead through beech woods and along broad, grassy ridges before reaching captivating Florence.

Tantalising glimpses of the red-tiled roof of the Duomo beckoned us ever onward, our thoughts turning to the wealth of treasures waiting to be uncovered.
The bustle and colour of the city's ancient streets stand in delightful contrast to the peace and tranquillity of the Tuscan countryside. From inspirational views over picturesque landscapes to standing in awe before some of the world's greatest art treasures, this is a holiday on which your surroundings have to be seen to be believed. 

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 Average Temperatures & Rainfall
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The average maximum daytime temperatures and monthly rainfall relate to the nearest weather station and are intended as a guide only.

In the hills, temperatures are likely to be cooler than those shown above.