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Adopt an olive tree! San Gimignano low cost guided tours for groups and students

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Would you like to visit San Gimignano

with a private Tour Guide at your exclusive disposal

and at low coste rates?

Adopt an olive tree

and visit

San Gimignano at discounted rates!

Adopt an olive tree  initiative is dedicated to those who wish to discover Florence with a private guide at their own exclusive disposal and to contribute to the preservation of the landscape heritage of Tuscany, skilfully shaped by men over the centuries

Adopt an olive tree is a way to support small business, the backbone of our country’s agriculture, giving them the opportunity to continue their century-old work aimed to the knowledge, care and conservation of this precious heritage belonging to every one of us

Adopt an olive tree is also an original gift idea to offer to relatives or friends, nature and quality product lovers

By adopting an olive tree you will be able to visit some of the most beautiful, evocative, and panoramic places of San Gimignano

This city has so many wonders that a guided tour is a must, both for tourists wishing to discover San Gimignano for the first time but also for those who decide to visit it again. The beauty and history of San Gimignano are closely linked to those of its territory, shaped by the centuries-old and skilful work of man: our visit will be an opportunity to get to know some of the most evocative corners of this extraordinary city, discover its links with the countryside and contribute to the preservation of the landscape heritage of its territory.


  • you can get 10% off the excellence of our territory, the Extra Virgin Olive Oil produced by Azienda Agricola Merlini ***
  • you’ll have the photo and the Adoption Certificate of your olive tree; they will be sent by e-mail to you or to the person you specified
  • you can give your tree any name you like, it will be stated on the Adoption Certificate along with its GPS location


The guided tour starts from the walls still protecting San Gimignano and where the doors that give access to the city open. As modern pilgrims, following the path that once belonged to the ancient Via Francigena, we start to walk along the streets where ancient hospitals and imposing tower-houses were built, where narrow alleys between house and palace walls open to offer a sudden view to wide landscapes: vineyards, woods and olive groves alternating in a game of skilful balances, renewing, like verses of an ancient poem, the deep bonds connecting the treasures of San Gimignano to the countryside. The Via Francigena takes us to the heart of San Gimignano, centre of the powers that shaped and made this city so great: the Duomo and the Palazzo del Podestà, the Guelph and the Ghibelline towers, rival powers overturned by the Municipality that built here its headquarter and where Dante Alighieri was welcomed. Our journey continues towards the highest point of the hill where Florence, after subduing San Gimignano, built a fortress: a strategic place from which the entire Valdelsa can be seen, it is here that the Etruscans began to write the history of our city.

Low cost Guided Tours  in Florence is organized in partnership with Azienda Agricola Merlini (Certaldo – Florence)

Book your guided tour now!



WHERE: San Gimignano, Porta San Giovanni

WHEN: on request, all year round


PRICE: groups over 5 people

adults € 130 + € 10 for the olive tree adoption

students € 120 + € 10 for the olive tree adoption


Adoption of an olive tree (€ 10): in advance by credit card / Paypal
Guided tour (€ 120 / € 130): in advance by bank transfer 7 days before the service

Professional local guide
guided tour of San Gimignano through the streets and squares of the city to the Rocca di Montestaffoli


The costs indicated do not include the rental of earphones, which are mandatory for compliance with anti-Covid regulations. On request, the devices can be rented on the spot

NOTES: don’t forget to put your walking shoes on, we remind you that suitable clothing are required to gain access to places of worship (shoulders and legs must be covered)