September is the perfect time to visit Lucca as it is a month full of celebrations. There are religious ceremonies, markets, events and exhibitions plus the fairground, Luna Park, comes to town. The highlight is the Luminara of Santa Croce on the evening of 13 September. The town centre is lit by candlelight and from

Volterra AD 1398 The 3rd and 4th Sunday of August Volterra, one of the most popular Tuscan villages, jumps back to medieval times: animated by fiery warhorses, fearless knights, noblemen, ladies, artisans and merchants, common people and peasants, flag-wavers and crossbowmen, musicians and jesters if by magic they will bring back the mysterious and magic

The third weekend of June each year, the Knights of St. Fina evoke the traditional “Holiday Messium”, established with statutory sections entitled “De Ferriis Ponendis” of 1255 (II, 29) and the 1314 (II,11). This feast, which was celebrated by the entire population as recurrence priority crops, was a source of fun with songs, dances, games,

Volterra is a gem of Etruscan, Roman, medieval and Renaissance art perched on a hill from where it governs the Cecina Valley. A simple stroll through the streets of the historical centre can reveal the city’s artistic heritage. Today, it has a distinctly medieval look but its Etruscan stamp is still very much in evidence

Pisa City: Explore Arts, Architecture, Monuments and Churches Discover Pisa and not only the Leaning Tower The city of Pisa plays host to treasures of priceless value, making it one of Italy’s most important cities of art. The Piazza dei Miracoli, with its world-famous Leaning Tower, is the hub of the prized artistic and architectural