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

Discovering the Cinque Terre: the National Park, the Marine Protected Area and the five villages The aura of isolation that has surrounded five almost inaccessible coastal scenery, has made them one of the eastern Riviera’s premier attractions. Clinging haphazardly to steep cliffs, they are linked by footpaths, by train, and now by narrow, unasphalted and

Contents1 Lucca: 10 Beautiful Places To See1.1 Lucca, how to get there1.2 1.Piazza dell’Anfiteatro (Amphitheater square)1.3 2. Cathedral of San Martino1.4 3. The Walls of Lucca1.5 4. Botanical garden1.6 5. Church of San Michele1.7 6. Piazza Napoleone1.8 7. Torre delle Ore (Tower of the Hours)1.9 8. Torre Guinigi (Guinigi Tower)1.10 9. Chiesa di San Frediano

Contents1 10 Good Reasons to Visit Tuscany1.1 1. Admire the masterpieces of Renaissance art in Florence1.2 2. Discover the golden beaches of Versilia1.3 3. Admire the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa and the famous Leaning Tower1.4 4. Get to know Burlamacco and Ondina at the Viareggio Carnival1.5 5. Participate in the Palio di Siena1.6 6.

Contents1 10 Typical Tuscan Dishes You Must Try1.1 Acquacotta (Maremma)1.2 Crostini con la milza (Tuscany)1.3 Bistecca alla Fiorentina (Tuscany)1.4 Ribollita (Tuscany)1.5 Panzanella (Florence, Siena, Pisa)1.6 Trippa (Florence)1.7 Beans (Tuscany)1.8 Panforte (Siena)1.9 Castagnaccio (Pisa, Florence)1.10 Oil, Wine and Vin Santo 10 Typical Tuscan Dishes You Must Try Traditional Tuscan food harmonizes two inseparable principles – simplicity

Florence: The Historic Center, from the Duomo to the Ponte Vecchio To say that Florence’s historic center, stretching from the Piazza del Duomo in the north to the Giardino Boboli across the Arno to the south, is beautiful could be misconstructed as an understatement. Indeed, this relatively small area is home to some of the

Contents1 Exploring Ligurian Coast, Cinque Terre and the Alpi Apuane1.1 Viareggio1.2 Pietrasanta1.3 Forte dei Marmi1.4 Massa1.5 Carrara1.6 Cinque Terre1.6.1 Outdoor Activities and Sports1.7 If you need info, send us a message: Exploring Ligurian Coast, Cinque Terre and the Alpi Apuane Here’s where Tuscans and others come to play on long sandy beaches. These beaches towns

[Tuscany Recipe] Florentine Risotto The Florentine Risotto is a delicious rice prepared with chicken livers and served with Tuscan pecorino. Find out how to prepare it quickly and easily. Preparation: quick Ingredients: onion, oil, rice, tomato sauce, salt, broth, 200 grams of chicken livers, parmesan Difficulty: easy Fry lightly some chopped onion in oil. When

Typical Tuscan folk recipe, Pici all’Aglione are popular above all in the low province of Siena, precisely in Cella sul Rigo (near San Casciano dei Bagni). The special dish has been celebrated every year the last Sunday of May during the Sagra dei Pici, since 1970. Ingredients For 4 persons: 500 grams of semola flour 200 ml

Wherever you are across the world, we send you BIG virtual hugs. Together we can do this! In the meantime, we wish to remind ourselves and you that the beauty in this world will still be here with its many treasures to be enjoyed. We will come out of this crisis stronger because we stood

The heart of the Alpi Apuane (Apuan Alps) might be the most visually stunning in all of Tuscany. Roads marked by constant hairpin turns wind around precipitous, jagged mountains. Cool mountains air tempers even the sultriest summers. Most of the major cities and towns can be found along the Serchio, Italy’s third-largest river, that runs

Beautiful Cities of Tuscany, Italy Good news! Don’t miss the chance to visit Italy! Save time, relax and travel without leaving your couch. Discover the most beautiful Tuscan cities such as Siena, Monteriggioni, Pitigliano, and San Gimignano. Some of them are nestled on the rolling hills. You will enjoy the city sounds and unwind! Take

Once Florence’s most fearsome rival, Siena remains the perfect medieval city to the south, rich with Gothic palaces and magnificent art. Proud of its past, Siena celebrates the Palio, with energy and emotion uncharged over the centuries. Siena is the perfect introduction to the celebrated hill towns, with the towers of San Gimignano and the

Contents1 The Origins of the City2 What to see2.1 Cathedral2.2 Old Fortress2.3 Statue of the Four Moors2.4 Montenero Sanctuary2.5 Modigliani and Mascagni2.6 Mascagni Terrace (Terrazza Mascagni)2.7 Giovanni Fattori Civic Museum2.8 The Progressive Museum of Contemporary Art2.9 The Yeshiva Marini Jewish Museum2.10 San Silvestro3 Sea resorts near Livorno The Origins of the City The origins of