In addition to a tour of the winery, enter the magical world of the ancient hamlets round about.


You can follow in the footsteps of the genius, with a tour starting from the home he was born in and leading to the Leonard da Vinci museum. Then there’s Cerreto Guidi with the Medicean Villa, Montelupo Fiorentino with its ceramics museum, Florence filled with art treasures, and Pisa with its famous leaning tower.

Are you planning a trip to Tuscany? If you are looking for some ideas and would like to find a place that combines art, culture and oenogastronomy, then we can organise a tour with your family and friends to Vinci, the birthplace of genius, Leonardo. This way you will have the chance to make a tour of Leonardo da Vinci Winery as well. The small town of Vinci is an enchanted corner of the Tuscan countryside. It is possible to visit the house where Leonardo da Vinci was born on 15 April 1452 and where he spent his childhood. Not to be missed, the Leonardo da Vinci Museum with two locations, one in Palazzina Uzielli and the other in Conti Guidi Castle, which houses the largest and most original collections dedicated to Leonardo, engineer, architect and scientist, and more generally, to the history of the art and techniques of the renaissance. In the historic centre of Cerreto Guidi, a few kilometres from Vinci, is the Medicean Villa built by Cosimo I de’ Medici in the Conti Guidi Castle. You can visit the Villa which also houses the historical museum of hunting and the territory.
Also nearby is Montelupo Fiorentino, famous for its glassware and ceramics, with a visit to the museum that traces the 700-year old of history and life of one of the most important production centres in Italy. Florence, the heart of the renaissance, one of the most beautiful cities in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only 40 kilometres from Vinci and Leonardo da Vinci Winery. Its monuments and museums are renowned worldwide. Pisa, which is famous for the leaning tower and Piazza dei Miracoli, is 55 kilometres away from Vinci. To conclude in good taste, we mustn't forget that apart from being a region with a vast historical and cultural heritage, Tuscany also offers the chance to delight the palate with its wines and typical dishes such as Florentine steak, ribollita, pappa al pomodoro, and a myriad of other delicacies.
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