The Tuscan Touch in Modern Learning: How Tuscany Inspires Educational Excellence

Well-known for its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and cultural heritage, Tuscany attracts more and more young people who want not only to get a high-quality education but also a unique traveling experience. Our article explores why Tuscany is so attractive to international students and how this beautiful region can inspire people to excellence. “Tell me… Read more »

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Internship Opportunities for College Students in Tuscany

Author: Cory Shilling- Especially when they happen in a place as culturally rich and aesthetically beautiful as Tuscany, in central Italy, internships can change people’s lives. If you’re a college student thinking about doing an internship abroad, why not choose a place that has both professional growth opportunities and a unique past that helped to… Read more »

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10 Curious Things you should know about Arezzo

Discover 10 Interesting and Curious facts about Arezzo, and delve into the history and traditions of this endearing town in Eastern Tuscany. Find out about the famous people who were born here, bizzarre legends, and fascinating stories that will make your visit to Arezzo even more enjoyable. 10 Curious Things a traveller should know about… Read more »

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The Setting that inspired “An Italian Secret”, a novel by Ella Carey

article by Ella Carey The Setting that inspired “An Italian Secret”, a novel by Ella Carey I wonder if it was an unusual adoration for an Australian teenager in the 1980s — Tuscany. But from the first time I watched Room with a View based on the classic novel set in Florence and the Tuscan… Read more »

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Good Reasons to Apply to a University in Tuscany

Tuscany, known worldwide for its rich history and culture, also holds a notable place in the academic world. Renowned for its educational institutions, this Italian region offers a unique blend of tradition and modernity. In recent years, there’s been a noticeable uptick in American students looking beyond their borders for quality education. Tuscany, with its… Read more »

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5 Best Learning Tours & Activities in Tuscany

author: Christian Duke You might say that Tuscany has helped to make Italy famous. It’s a fascinating place worth visiting if you want to learn and discover a totally different culture. Somewhere you can enjoy exploring hilltop towns and beautiful beaches, visiting some of the world’s most fascinating museums, and learning more about history. Tuscany… Read more »

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Best Places to study Italian in Tuscany, Italy

You’ve decided to study Italian and master the language and culture of il Bel Paese. Perfetto! Here we suggest 3 great places to study Italian in Tuscany, Italy. From Florence, where the Italian language was actually born, to Pisa and Siena – home to great universities and plenty of activities for students. Why should you… Read more »

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Botticelli – 10 curious facts about the Man and the Artist

Sandro Botticelli is the famous Italian Renaissance painter, made immortal by works like the “Birth of Venus” and “Allegory of Spring”. He was born in Florence around 1445, and here he spent most of his life, as it was the flourishing cultural hub that of the time. Here we uncover a few stories about the… Read more »

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Francesco I de’ Medici Grand Duke of Tuscany- 10 curious facts

Born in Florence in 1541, Francesco I’ de’ Medici was the elder son of Grand Duke Cosimo I. He was the second Grand Duke of Florence, taking over power when his father died in 1574. Cosimo I had left a stable state and a group of loyal men that took care of government, as Francesco… Read more »

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Leonardo da Vinci events in Italy 2019

The 2nd May 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, and all around Italy they’re celebrating this genius with a variety of exhibitions, conferences and events. Here’s a list of the most important ones, from his hometown Vinci, to Florence and Milan where the artist lived and worked for many… Read more »

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