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With its wine-soaked villages, art-rich cities, swathes of olive groves and truffle fields, and modern-fashion powerhouses (Gucci and Ferragamo, to name a few), Tuscany epitomizes la vera Italia.
But this central region’s most relevant role will always be as birthplace to the Renaissance, whose presence has been perpetuated over the ages by the Botticelli masterpieces on the Uffizi’s gold-gilded walls and the earthen-toned towers and palaces commanding the region’s storied towns.
Travel to Tuscany to walk in the footsteps of history...

The story of Tuscany spans more than 3000 years of art, architectural wonders, culinary surprises and warm, welcoming hospitality.
It is where art, history, romance, adventure and relaxation come together to create the perfect vacation. Florence is undeniably the capital of Tuscany, yet it is only an introduction to the diversity and beauty that exists within the region it sits in.
Tuscany is a land that was built using the local stone, marble and terracotta, creating towns and monuments that still stand tall today.
As you plan your itinerary, be sure to include the castles in Casentino, the Walls of Lucca, the towers of San Gimignano, the Roman amphitheater in Fiesole, the beaches along the coast or on Elba Island and the stunning square in Volterra.


Tuscany has a timeless familiarity with its iconic Florentine cathedral dome, gently rolling hills dipped in soft morning mist and sculptural cypress alleys.
But then, this regione in central Italy is postcard material.
Golden wheat fields, silver olive groves and pea-green vineyards marching in sharp terraced rows on hillsides form a graceful prelude to soul-soaring medieval hilltop villages, mountain ranges and fecund forests in the north, and a garland of bijou islands beaded along the coastal south.
Get out, explore, hike and ding your bicycle bell, as this rousing landscape demands.

With its manicured fields, rustic farms, cypress-lined driveways, and towns clinging to nearly every hill, Tuscany is our romantic image of village Italy.
Venture beyond the fringes of Florence and you'll find a series of sun- and wine-soaked villages, each with its own appeal.
Stretching from the Umbrian border to the Ligurian Sea, the landscape changes from pastoral (Crete Senesi) to rocky (Chianti) to mountainous (the Montagnola) to flat and brushed with sea breezes (Pisa).
Florence Art-packed, bustling city — starring Michelangelo’s David, Renaissance paintings, and Brunelleschi’s dome — with Ponte Vecchio spanning the flood-prone Arno River.
Pisa A city more famous for its iconic Leaning Tower than for its other equally impressive monuments on the gleaming white Field of Miracles.
Lucca Charming city with a lively (and flat) town center, ringed by intact old walls wide enough for biking and strolling.
Volterra Just far enough off the beaten path, surrounded by thick walls and hilly scenery, with a long Etruscan history and unusually interesting sightseeing for a small town.
Montepulciano Rugged town crowning a ridge, with dreamy vistas of the countryside and wine-tasting in inviting cantinas.
San Gimignano Epitome of a hill town, spiked with medieval towers offering superb views, popular with tourists who crowd the narrow alleys by day.
Montalcino Wine-lovers’ paradise boasting a dramatic 14th-century castle, encircled by olive groves and famous vineyards.
Pienza Tiny Renaissance-planned architectural gem of a town nestled in a scenic hilly landscape.
Cortona Hillside town under the Tuscan sun, with historic churches and museums featuring Etruscan and Renaissance artifacts and art.
Siena Red-brick hilltop city known for its pageantry, Palio horse race, and a stunning traffic-free main square — great anytime but best after dark. It's also a fine home base for exploring the Tuscan countryside with a driving tour of the Crete Senesi.



Toscana è sinonimo di eccellenza e di meraviglie storico-artistiche, dove il tempo sembra essersi fermato.
Rinomata per la sua arte, la sua storia ed i paesaggi evocativi, la Toscana è una regione dove passato e presente si fondono, coesistendo in perfetta armonia, splendide città d'arte quali Firenze, Pisa e Siena e di borghi medievali come San Gimignano e Pienza, che ancora oggi costituiscono una indelebile testimonianza della storia, della cultura e dell'arte millenaria di questa regione, si coniuga perfettamente con un patrimonio naturalistico di indubbio valore e di enorme varietà:
dalle verdi colline del Chianti alle spiagge della costa Tirrenica con le zone balneari di Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi e l'Isola d'Elba, dalle spettacolari vette rocciose delle Alpi Apuane alle cime innevate dell'Appennino, fino alle zone termali di Montecatini, Chianciano e Bagni di Lucca. 

Firenze
Circondata da splendide colline e costruita intorno al fiume Arno, Firenze regala un full immersion in un mondo di arte, cultura e eccellente enogastronomia.
Chiamata anche “la culla del Rinascimento” è considerata una delle più spettacolari e sorprendenti città italiane.
Siena
Il centro storico di Siena è stato dichiarato dall'UNESCO Patrimonio Mondiale dell'Umanità.
Qui si respira a pieni polmoni tutto il fascino di questo borgo medievale, potrete visitare le fortezze della Famiglia Medici, passeggiare nella famosa Piazza del Campo, dove ogni estate si svolge una delle più popolari corse di cavalli: il Palio di Siena.
Lucca e Versilia
Lucca può essere definita come l'unica città in Italia dove si può camminare lungo una serie completa di antiche cinta murarie con tanto di torri in ottimo stato, dalle quali godere di una vista mozzafiato e scattare le migliori fotografie della città.
Chianti
Il Chianti è la regione vinicola della Toscana. Si estende tra le province di Firenze e Siena, copre tutta l'area compresa tra le due città e si estende ad est verso il Valdarno e ad ovest della Val d'Elsa.
Val d'Orcia - Pienza, Montalcino e Montepulciano
Il sito Unesco della Val d'Orcia, delizia gli occhi dei visitatori con paesaggi spettacolari e affascina con i suoi numerosi borghi medievali, in particolare, Pienza, Montalcino e Montepulciano.
Pisa
La foto con la più famosa tra le torri pendenti è un must, ma Pisa è molto di più di questo.
Basta giusto citare l’intero Campo dei Miracoli con il Battistero e la Cattedrale, e, ovviamente il centro storico medievale.

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https://www.guidefirenzeagt.it/

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https://www.tuscanychic.com/tuscany-trip-planning/

https://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-guide/tuscany

Where to stay in Tuscany? - Dove soggiornare in Toscana? - ¿Dónde alojarse Toscana?
Online Booking By Booking.com & Welcometuscany.it


What to eat in Tuscany Where to find a great Tuscan restaurant or trattoria
Dove mangiare in Toscana - Ristoranti in Toscana

https://gastroranking.it/ristoranti/toscana/

https://www.agriturismo.it/it/ristoranti-dove-mangiare/toscana

https://www.thefork.it/ristoranti-toscana/rt1901

https://www.viamichelin.it/web/Ristoranti/Ristoranti-Toscana-Italia

https://www.qristoranti.it/recensioni/toscana/

https://gastroranking.it/ristoranti/pesce/toscana/


Weather forecast for Tuscany region of Italy - Meteo in Toscana

ow many times did you ask yourself about weather in Tuscany? Is it better in spring or autumn, or maybe in summer?
It is not an easy question, because of many difference that you can find in the region (seaside, mountains, cities, forests…).


www.ilmeteo.it/Toscana

www.3bmeteo.com/meteo_regione-toscana.htm

https://www.accuweather.com/en/it/52/tuscany-weather

http://unseentuscany.com/weather-in-tuscany-month-by-month/


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