This tour shines. Our guide, Alessandro, knows the local purveyors. He adds historical context (why is Tuscan bread so unremarkable? Ask him about the salt war with Pisa). The food samples are tasty, in context, and Florentine. Our tour lasted about five hours - great alternative to Florence's arts and museums.
Wear comfortable shoes.
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