Stefano Favilli Autista Personale
"The best part of the journey is the journey itself"
Welcome To Autista Personale
Travel safely and comfortably with Autista Personale; leave all your transport needs to our professional drivers while you sit back and enjoy the journey.
The vehicle will be available for you for as long as you need it: make the most of every moment of your trip and reach your destinations feeling relaxed and refreshed.
Autista Personale is a car and driver hire service based in Livorno, offering the highest quality service for all your transport needs, to all destinations. Whatever your needs, Autista Personale has a solution to suit you.
All our drivers are fully qualified and speak both English and Italian. Friendly and smartly dressed, they will escort you to your destination in a professional manner, ensuring that you always arrive on time. Transfers to and from ports, airports, stations and hotels, transport for business meetings, weddings or special events, city tours or food & wine tours to discover the best wines and local specialities, our service is perfect for all needs and requirements.
Are you planning a holiday or business trip to Tuscany or elsewhere? Do you need a fast and convenient service you can rely on for transfers to and from ports, airports, stations or hotels? Attending a special event and don't want the hassle of driving, parking or sticking to soft drinks? Would you like a guide to escort you on a tour of Tuscany and its wonderful sights, wines and culinary delights prepared by regional experts? We can help! Click here for a quote!
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Wine & food tours of Tuscany and neighbouring regions. Tours of Italy's art cities. On-board tour guides.
Cinque Terre & Portovenere
These tiny villages, part of the Cinque Terre National Park, overlook a charming stretch of the rugged Ligurian coastline. Along with Portovenere, they were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. This is the perfect excursion for anyone interested in nature walks, offering the opportunity to discover the thriving Mediterranean flora while enjoying the gentle and refreshing sea breeze.
Lucca - Ponte Del Diavolo - Lucchio
Lucca is the perfect example of a medieval city. Known as "the city of 100 churches" for obvious reasons, it offers visitors the chance to step back in time and soak up the distinctive medieval atmosphere. The Ponte del Diavolo [Devil's Bridge], shrouded in mystery, is one of the most picturesque sights in Italy.
Together with its distinctive shape, the lack of information regarding the bridge's construction has inspired numerous folk tales and legends. Around 30 minutes from the bridge you'll discover Lucchio, the most precariously placed village in Tuscany, with its steep streets and woodland surroundings. Inhabited since Roman times, the village experienced a golden era during the Middle Ages and many reminders of this period can still be found here, together with the curious stories that are linked to it.
San Galgano (The Sword In The Stone) - Accona Desert
A magnificent ruin, abandoned for centuries, an ancient chapel that houses the sword thrust into stone by Saint Galgano, frescoes dating back to 1300 and legends that have been inspired by this enchanted place… all this and more awaits you upon your arrival in San Galgano!
About an hour from San Galgano is something quite unexpected: a desert! This expanse of land with its unusual formations which give the area its distinctive lunar appearance is bordered by the Abbey of Monte Oliveto.
Antro Del Corchia - Marble Caves Of Carrara
The Antro del Corchia, or Corchia caves, is the most extensive cave system in Italy and forms part of the Apuan Alps Regional Park. The cave can be visited on guided tours (with local guides). In the Apuan Alps Regional Park, you can get a closer look at the workmanship of pure Carrara marble and discover the names of the sculptors who, throughout various eras, created magnificent works of art which are now housed in the most prestigious Italian and international museums.
Gulf Of Baratti - Populonia
In southern Tuscany, overlooking the sea in the Gulf of Baratti, there are even more villages which give us an insight into ancient times: the Etruscans inhabited this area as far back as the 8th century BC, taking advantage of the natural metal deposits in the hills. After visiting the remains of the ancient city of Populonia, you might enjoy relaxing on the sun-drenched beaches on the coastline or, if you prefer something more active, you could explore the ancient Acropolis and Necropolis.
Malaspina Castle is an ancient residence, protected by the Italian government department responsible for monuments and historical buildings. It is situated in Fosdinovo, in the Province of Massa Carrara. It is the largest, most important and best preserved castle in the Lunigiana region and has recently been restored. It is said that the castle is still haunted by the ghost of young Bianca Maria Aloisia, the daughter of Jacopo (Giacomo) Malaspina and Olivia Grimaldi.
This young girl fell madly in love with a young stable boy. Her parents, completely opposed to a romance that would bring shame on the family name, threatened to lock the poor girl in the castle dungeons. Bianca was undaunted by these threats and refused to abandon her romantic ideas. This rebellious attitude prompted her parents to make a serious decision: the stable boy was driven out of town and the girl was sent to a convent. However, Bianca did not want to take her vows or give up on her dreams of romance. She was sent back to the castle, locked in the dungeons and tortured until she came to her senses.
Pisa - Florence
This is a fantastic opportunity to admire some of history's most stunning masterpieces in real life. Visit the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa, where you'll find the famous Leaning Tower. Stroll through the elegant streets of Florence, lined with majestic buildings and breathtakingly beautiful piazzas. Upon request, you can book tickets in advance for the Galleria dell'Accademia (home to Michelangelo's famous David) and the Galleria degli Uffizi (one of the largest art collections in the country).
Pisa - Lucca
Visit two of Italy's most fascinating cities, each of which boasts a wealth of artistic treasures. This is a fantastic opportunity to admire some of history's most stunning masterpieces in real life. Visit the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa, where you'll find the famous Leaning Tower. Lucca is the perfect example of a medieval city. Known as "the city of 100 churches" for obvious reasons, it offers visitors the chance to step back in time and soak up the distinctive medieval atmosphere.
Siena - San Giminiano
Visit the city of Siena, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 and known worldwide for its famous horse race, the Palio. Set in a vast landscape of rolling hills, Siena is the quintessential Tuscan city. After a bite to eat, you'll set off for San Gimignano, famous for its medieval tower houses which stand out from the landscape. It is also well-known for saffron, an excellent white wine and extra virgin olive oil, produced on farms which surround the hill at the foot of the town.
Wine Tasting In Toiano
Situated on a tuff rock hilltop, Toiano is an uninhabited ancient village dating back to the Middle Ages. It is the ultimate "ghost town", with a ruined church and cemetery which give the village a mysterious and haunting atmosphere. There is in fact one resident in Toiano: the only person who was willing to stake his future on this place! To follow, enjoy a tasting experience in a tavern not far from Toiano, where you can sample traditional Tuscan wines and products made in the surrounding hills.
Wine Tasting In Chianti
The perfect tour for food and wine enthusiasts! The Chianti area offers a series of unique walks: rolling hills and broad expanses of vineyards, olive groves and ancient hilltop villages. This is an amazing opportunity to sample traditional flavours, dishes and local products surrounded by some of the world's most striking landscapes.
Wine Tasting In Bolgheri
Bolgheri, mentioned in Giosuè Carducci's famous poem, "Davanti a San Guido" [In front of San Guido], is known for its picturesque avenue of centuries-old cypress trees leading the way to the village walls and, in the opposite direction, stretching as far as the eye can see, down to the vast expanse of the sea. This excursion includes a stop-off at a winery, where you can sample Bolgheri wines, produced by important local estates.