For 10 kilometres cycle the gentle up and downhill slopes heading toward Olmo along via dei Bosconi, in the heart of the Fiesole area; it is a sea of hills, an honest and ancient harmony between man and nature. Following the road you'll soon see the hills of Fiesole to the south, which watch over the city of Florence, to the west Montemorello with its slopes stretching to the horizon, inviting your gaze to pass down the valley towards Mugnone, scattered with farms, woodland, old villas and bell towers, whose colours change through the seasons, from green and grey to yellow, orange and brown. To the north, Montesenario with its monastery keeps watch along the ridge, an outpost overlooking the Mugello and the Apennines.
Having reached the "Quattro Strade" crossroads, carry straight on towards Bivigliano, leave the municipality of Fiesole and enter Vaglia. After a right-hand hairpin bend, a short yet steep climb leads to a new, open panoramic viewpoint. Looking east, over the road that you have just taken, you can sometimes see Poggio Pratone (702 m), the highest point in the Fiesole area, as well as Montereggi. Take in the views of Florence Cathedral, an unmistakeable call to travellers, today as in the past, to the City of the Lily.