Discover the Best of Southern Tuscany

Southern Tuscany remains a relatively undiscovered part of the region, despite its beauty. This area, known as the Maremma, is more wild and less populated than other parts of Tuscany, with a serene countryside and a long coastline of unspoilt beaches. It is dotted with picturesque ‘tufa towns’ whose beauty casts a spell on all… Read more »

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How to plan a road trip to Tuscany

A road trip is the best way to explore Tuscany. It means you can include smaller towns that are difficult to reach by public transport. And it means you can take your time to appreciate the landscape at your leisure. If you’re wondering how to plan a road trip to Tuscany here are a few… Read more »

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6 good reasons to travel to Tuscany in autumn

Tuscany puts on a very special show in autumn. The countryside is alive with red and yellow colours, porcini mushrooms make an appearance on the menus, and the city afternoons are bathed in golden light. This really is one of the most relaxing and rewarding moments to travel here. See autumn’s colours in the Tuscan… Read more »

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Spooky Tuscany – Tips and treats for a Halloween visit

Experience the darker side of Tuscany this Halloween. Get in the mood for Halloween by visiting some of Tuscany’s spookiest sites. See genuine Medieval torture tools, ghostly towns and a bridge that some say was built by the devil himself. Eerie excursions in Tuscany for Halloween We know, Halloween isn’t a Tuscan festival, and though a lot… Read more »

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Visit Lucca in Tuscany. A photographic journey through a city of charms

Visit Lucca in Tuscany and you’ll find it’s a very special place. The huge tree-lined walls that embrace the town jealously guard its precious squares, churches, towers, and charming historic cafes. It’s a relaxed city full of poetry and unassuming elegance. Lucca’s walls, a unique sight The walls are an impressive sight. A majestic example of 16th century defensive… Read more »

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