5 Beautiful Bridges in Italy you must see

Italy is a treasure trove of beautiful things. From its world-famous art to its storied cities and architectural sights. And among the most beautiful sights are its bridges. At once functional and beautiful, these bridges have spanned centuries of history. Bringing people together and capturing the imagination of all who see them. Here we discover… Read more »

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Best Museums in Siena

Siena, with its Medieval atmosphere and impressive main square Piazza del Campo, is one of Italy’s gems. The perfect destination for lovers of art and history. Here we discover the best museums in Siena, Tuscany. Places where you can delve into in the town’s fascinating past and explore its rich artistic heritage. Best Museums in… Read more »

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Best towns in Tuscany to stay in

Which are the best towns in Tuscany to stay in? It all depends on your interests, if you’re travelling by car or public transport, and how many days you have. There’s no one answer to this of course, but here are our tips and suggestions on where to base yourself during your holiday in Tuscany. Best towns… Read more »

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Siena in a day. Tips and ideas for your visit

See the best of Siena in a day. All the insider tips and ideas on how to plan your perfect day, and get the most from this fascinating destination in Tuscany, Italy. Siena is compact enough that it can be easily explored on foot. In a day you can see the main sights, enjoy a drink in the… Read more »

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San Miniato, Tuscany – What to see and do

Once the home of Emperors and strategic fortress, today San Miniato is a refined hilltop town famous for the prized white truffle that grows in its woods. Located at the crossroads of the Via Francigena pilgrim route and the Florence-Pisa road, it’s a delightful town steeped in history and Tuscan charm. An easy day trip… Read more »

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Chianti Wine Festivals in September 2022

September is the most intoxicating month in the Chianti region. While the vines are heavy with ripe grapes and the farmers are getting ready for the harvest, all around the region the air is filled with sweet smells and a festive feel for the annual “vendemmia“. Every year the Chianti put a lot of effort… Read more »

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