Tuscany is one of the most famous Italian regions abroad. Many movies chose it as their set and promoted the image of rolling hills, cypress trees, vineyards and medieval villages world-wide. In this article, we will tell you about the coastal area and specifically about Populonia and Baratti: the Etruscan side of Tuscany. This is

If you are planning to spend your holidays in Tuscany, we suggest you to visit the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago. In this article we will give you some interesting information about the seven islands, each of them boasting different geological, cultural and historical assets.   Contents1 The Seven Pearls in the Tuscan Archipelago1.1 Elba,

Many are the reasons why Tuscany attracts thousands of visitors every year. Among them, you find  the many different landscapes at short distance from each other: the Val d’Orcia with its round hills, romantic cypress trees and medieval hamlets; the lunar looking Crete Senesi with its dry clay hills near Siena; the beautiful coastline and

Contents1 Tuscany Day Trips and Wine Tours1.1 From Florence to Chianti and more Wine Areas1.2 Private Wine Tours from Florence and Tuscany1.2.1 Official Wine Routes for Day Trips from Florence Tuscany Day Trips and Wine Tours Our Region is world wide known for being rich in art and history. Especially historians often refer to Florence

Contents1 Best Day Hikes and Scenic Walks in Tuscany1.1 Some features about Tuscany1.2 Parks and nature reserves in Tuscany for Day Hikes and Scenic Walks Best Day Hikes and Scenic Walks in Tuscany Tuscany is one-of-a-kind region. Indeed, our region has a lot to offer not only from an artistic and historical point of view.

Contents1 10 Interesting facts you probably don’t know about the Leaning Tower1.0.1 1- The Leaning Tower is meant as part of a bigger architectural complex1.0.2 2- The Leaning Tower in Pisa is a Word Heritage Site1.0.3 3- It took almost 2 centuries to complete The Leaning Tower1.0.4 4- The Tower in Pisa was not leaning

Contents1 From Livorno to the Beauties of Tuscany and Florence1.1 Some info about the Port of Livorno1.1.1 What to see in Livorno1.1.2 Explore the Tuscan Beauties from the Cruise Port of Livorno1.1.3 Get to Florence from the Cruise Port of Livorno From Livorno to the Beauties of Tuscany and Florence The one of Livorno is

Contents1 Discover the Tuscan beauties during your Holidays in Lucca1.1 Historical hints about Lucca2 Lucca as the perfect departure point for Tuscan Tours during your Holidays3 Must-see attractions for your holidays in Lucca3.1 Lucca, the city of a 100 churches3.2 The city of Lucca between modern and lively events Discover the Tuscan beauties during your

Contents1 Some hints for a Perfect Holiday in Tuscany1.1 Many reasons to visit our incredible Tuscany1.2 Useful info about Tuscany1.3 How to get to Tuscany 1.4 Our trasfer service to bring you to Tuscany1.5 What to see in Tuscany: our recommendation for a 3 or 5 day itinerary Some hints for a Perfect Holiday in Tuscany

Contents1 Best Tuscany Wine Tours1.1 The Chianti Wine area1.2 Brunello di Montalcino1.3 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano1.4 The Vernaccia di San Gimignano1.5 Bolgheri Wine Area Best Tuscany Wine Tours If you love wine, Tuscany is the perfect place where to enjoy it. All the wine districts in our region offer spectacular views over a suggestive countryside.

Contents1 7 Top Things To Do in Pisa1.0.1 A brief introduction about Pisa1.0.2 1 – Visit Piazza dei Miracoli1.0.3 2 – Climb the Leaning Tower of Pisa1.0.4 3 – Pass over Ponte di Mezzo and enjoy the Lungarno in Pisa1.0.5 4 – Explore Borgo Stretto1.0.6 5 – Admire the beautiful Piazza dei Cavalieri1.0.7 6 – The

Contents1 San Gimignano: the “Medieval Manhattan” near Siena1.1 Introduction1.2 San Gimignano : what to see1.3 Enogastronomy and Typical Products1.4 When to go to San Gimignano1.5 The Surroundings and not only San Gimignano: the “Medieval Manhattan” near Siena Introduction Immersed in the suggestive Tuscan countryside, between Siena and the Val d’Elsa, San Gimignano is a fortified

Contents1 Siena: The Contrade and The Palio1.1 History1.2 The Contrade today1.3 The Società di Contrada1.4 The Carriera (Race) in the Piazza del Campo today – The “Drawing” of the Contrade1.5 The Piazza del Campo is prepared1.6 The “Tratta” (Drawing of the Horses)1.7 The Rehearsals, the Parties and the Palio1.8 The Victorious Contrada Celebrates the Palio

Pisa: Visit the City like a Local Contents1 Introduction2 Luminara & Regata di San Ranieri: the annual event most loved by citizens of Pisa3 Lifestyle4 Making the most of Pisa4.1 Shopping4.2 Eating & Drinking4.3 Entertainment & Nightlife4.4 Something for nothing Introduction Pisa’s iconic building is, of course, its Torre Pendente, or Leaning Tower, which continues