Amazing Tuscany landscapes that will take your breath away

Tuscany landscapes are iconic and diverse. Synonymous with good life and pleasure. This is a place where nature has been generous and where in turn, it has been respected. From the verdant valleys of Chianti, to the white topped mountains and unspoilt beaches, this is a region that lacks nothing when it comes to views. Tuscany landscapes –… Read more »

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Top things to do in San Gimignano

Discover the top things to do in San Gimignano, the most famous hilltop town in Tuscany, Italy. Experience the Middle Ages first hand, climb an ancient tower, see gruesome Medieval frescoes, and a fascinating reconstruction of the city that shows what it was like to live here in the 13th century. San Gimignano is famous for its skyline that’s… Read more »

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Exploring the best of Tuscany by bike

Seeing Tuscany by bike is a special experience. Something that is proved every year when the Giro d’Italia passes through this beautiful region. Its rolling hills and scenic vistas provide an ideal situation for casual riders through to professional racers. Choose between road biking along the scenic hills of the Chianti or take the mountain bike up… Read more »

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Chianti Road Trip – A scenic drive on the Chiantigiana Road

A Chianti Road trip will give you the opportunity to enjoy one of Tuscany’s most charming landscapes. And a drive along the Chiantigiana Road (SR222) that winds its way amongst rolling hills and silvery olive groves, is one of the most magnificent of them all. Along this route, the colours of the countryside are magnificent in every… 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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Tuscany points of interest. See one of Italy’s most inspiring regions

Tuscany points of interest include unforgettable landscapes, idyllic countryside, some of Europe’s most beautiful cities, and museums filled with world-famous Medieval and Renaissance art. Not to mention incredible food and top quality wines. Have you chosen Tuscany for your next holiday? Are you planning a trip to the most rewarding destination in Italy? Or do… Read more »

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3 scenic drives in Tuscany, Italy

Here we whisk you away on three scenic drives in Tuscany. Take it slowly, pack the camera, and meander your way through stunning panoramas and picture perfect views. And believe us, you’ll take a lot of pictures. For best results start early in the morning to enjoy the magical light. Late afternoon is good too, so be prepared catch a view of… Read more »

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3 Medieval hilltop towns in Tuscany, Italy – San Gimignano and more

Medieval hilltop towns are a regular feature of the landscape in Tuscany. Some say its most defining one. With their fortified walls, towers and stone streets, these towns are so well preserved that they give visitors the impression they’re travelling back in time. None more so than in San Gimignano, Certaldo and Monteriggioni. Here you are in for a full immersion in the Medieval… Read more »

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Top things to do in Tuscany in 2017

Here’s our list of top things to do in Tuscany in 2017. Discover unknown treasures, revamped iconic museums and bewitchingly beautiful countryside. Tuscany is a timeless classic in any Italian itinerary, and certain destinations like Florence or Siena are always top choices for travellers. But there’s a lot more to Tuscany than these famous sights,… Read more »

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8 good reasons to visit Pistoia Italian Capital of Culture 2017

Pistoia has won the title of Italian Capital of Culture for 2017. The announcement has generated a lot of excitement, heightened by the fact that the Lonely Planet has declared Pistoia one of the 10 top cities to visit this year. What is so special about this town at the foot of the Appennines? Pistoia… Read more »

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