Whether you’re going for the superbly crafted fine wines of Tuscan vineyards or the incomparable renaissance art of Florence, a trip to Tuscany is a cultural awakening. The region is found on Italy’s west coast and is greeted by the Tyrrhenian sea. One of Italy’s most popular tourist regions, the many ... Read More
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Whether you’re going for the superbly crafted fine wines of Tuscan vineyards or the incomparable renaissance art of Florence, a trip to Tuscany is a cultural awakening. The region is found on Italy’s west coast and is greeted by the Tyrrhenian sea. One of Italy’s most popular tourist regions, the many faces of Tuscany create an authentic taste of what makes Italy such a fascinating travel destination. From the rustic, hearty Italian dishes sourced from the rolling hills of the countryside to the refreshing gelato desserts found amongst the famed marble and terracotta buildings of the ancient cities, Tuscany will leave your appetite for travel well and truly satisfied.
Wine lovers should head to Chianti, the birthplace of internationally renowned red wines.
Florence’s Galleria degli Uffizi is home to the biggest collection of renaissance art in the world. Even the Palazzo that houses the galleria is a masterpiece.
An iconic building of Tuscany is Florence’s Duomo, which took nearly 150 years to build.
The infamous Leaning Tower of Pisa needs no explanation, but does need to be witnessed.
The beaches of Viareggio are within an hour of Florence, Pisa, Livorno and Lucca.
Drive through the Crete Senesi and visit the renaissance city of Pienza.
Driving is a great way to explore Tuscany, but beware of the lax approach to road rules in Italy.
The Firenze Card is a 72 hour tourist card for Florence covering attractions, public transport and even lets you skip queues.
Get ready to walk in Florence as most of the historic center is off-limits to cars, but the city is smaller than expected and very pedestrian friendly.
The markets of Tuscany offer some of the best places to shop. Leather goods and souvenirs are a fraction of the price than what you’ll find in a boutique.