- A 360 km road trip through Tuscany in a natural gas powered car for only 14.96 euros on fuel
- Landscapes fit for filming for the price of two cinema tickets
- CNG engines reduce fuel costs by up to 50% and CO2 emissions by 25% compared to petrol
- A sustainable way to discover a region with up to seven World Heritage Sites
We have seen it in dozens of films. Its sunlight over the hills, vineyards and cypress groves and its characteristic medieval villages make Tuscany a unique setting. But people can go from fiction to reality for less than the price of two cinema tickets and drive through this stunning landscape in a car fuelled with compressed natural gas (CNG). 360 kilometres from the Renaissance city of Florence to the natural paradise of the Lagoon of Orbetello and only 15 euros on fuel for an unforgettable trip.
A room with a view: This classic British film gave us an open window look at the stunning city of Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance and World Heritage Site which is a treasure trove of art and architecture at every turn in its historic city centre, from the Piazza del Duomo to the Ponte Vecchio, one of the most beautiful medieval bridges in the world. We head towards the outskirts of the city toward the Piazzale Michelangelo onboard a SEAT Arona TGI to enjoy one of the best panoramic views of the city, and from there we set off for the south west.