Florence, the city that inspired many geniuses such as Dante and Leonardo Da Vinci. The city of the Uffizi and the David by Donatello. The cradle of the Renaissance and of the italian language. In Florence you can breathe history, as well as sacred and secular art. There is no other place in the world that can boast with so many illustrious “sons of the arts” with numeerous and magnificent works of art. Literature, painting, sculpture and architecture make Florence a synonym for culture. Florence is also known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with its many monuments and museums such as the Cathedral, Santa Croce, the Uffizi Gallery, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Pitti.
Tuscany is one of the most important Italian regions for historical, artistic, economical and cultural landscapes. The most popular Italian tourist region is known for the quality of life, culinary delights, and richness of its cultural heritage.
At the Choir Festival “Cantate Toscana” you can participate at a friendship concert with a local choir in Florence or nearby Florence where you can share music and culture. The most important moment will be the final concert in a theatre or a church where you gather with all the participating choirs and each group performs a piece of his choice.
Day 1: Arrival in the late afternoon to a hotel in Florence orits surroundings. Check-in and Welcome drink. Dinner at the hotel. After dinner – free time.
Day 2: Breakfast in the hotel; meeting with the guide and departure for the guided tour of Florence. Lunch in a restaurant in the city centre of Florence. The afternoon is free for individual activities. In the evening you will participate in a friendship concert with a local choir in Florence or its surroundings. The evening ends with a glass of typical Tuscan wine.
Day 3: Breakfast in the hotel and departure to Siena. Guided tour of the city of Siena. Lunch in a restaurant in the city centre of Siena. In the afternoon return to the hotel and preparations for the final concert. In the late afternoon final concert with all the participating choirs in a theatre or a church.