Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts have unveiled Beyond by Four Seasons, “An Exclusive Driving Journey Through Tuscany,” as their latest destination tour. The weeklong tour will be curated by the brand and showcase the Tuscan countryside by luxury car with the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze as their home base.

“The guest experience is at the heart of everything we do, inspiring our teams to innovate and elevate each new Four Seasons offering,” says Christian Clerc, president – Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “We came together with Canossa Events to create something truly spectacular for our guests – an ultra-luxury drive adventure where the journey is to be enjoyed just as much as the destination. Against the backdrop of the Tuscan countryside, punctuated by the region’s best wine and culinary offerings, and delivered by our talented and caring craftspeople, Beyond by Four Seasons sets a new standard for luxury road travel.”

The tour will take place on a specific week, Sept. 24 to 30, 2022, and the inaugural Tuscan driving journey will debut with an al fresco welcome dinner in the Faggio Garden at Four Seasons Hotel Firenze. Guests will then explore the vineyards of “Chiantishire” with a private tour and wine tasting at the historic Antinori Cellars; drive the colourful landscapes of Siena, enjoying lunch under the storied arcades of the Montalcino City Hall; and journey through idyllic seaside towns and the famous green cypresses of Bolgheri to the famed vineyards of Ornellaia.

“Creating memorable events and unforgettable celebrations centered around a love for cars is what we do best,” says Luigi Orlandini, chairman and CEO, Canossa Events. “Partnering with Four Seasons, we have designed an incredibly unique offering, allowing guests to enjoy every special moment spent on the road and inspiring them to immerse themselves in the splendours of all that Tuscany can offer.”

The travelers will have dedicated guest services teams, whether in the city of Florence or in the Tuscan countryside.

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