The most popular image visitors have in their mind when thinking about Tuscany is connected to rolling hills and vineyards in the heart of the region and beautiful cities like Florence, Siena and Pisa, full of art and history. However, Tuscany is much more than this. In fact, the coastal area is also worth a

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 as the Cradle of Renaissance. Indeed the capital city was home of great artists like Donatello, Botticelli and Brunelleschi, to name just a few of them. But this is not

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. Rolling hills, medieval villages and castles, infinite vineyards and both traditional and modern wineries, where you can taste the best Tuscan wines. Here we

Welcome to Chianti, Wine Region of Tuscany Introduction Situated between Florence and Siena there is a third city, known as Chianti. This third city is formed of castles, fortress, towers, farms, Romanesque churches, rectories and chapels. The vineyards in this picturesque part of Tuscany produce the grapes used in namesake Chianti and Chianti Classico: world-famous

Chianti wine is one of the most popular Italian wines, especially in the US. You may have heard about it, or even tasted it. Maybe, you bought a fancy fiasco bottle of Chianti in a store once, to make a good impression with friends or relatives. Or maybe, you don’t know anything about this wine

Chianti Classico Chianti Classico is located in an area between Florence and Siena and probably is the most common Tuscany wine knowed in the world wide. The famous of this area begin 300 years ago (1716) about when Cosimo III de Medici decided to define the border of the area and assign the actually name

A Marvellous Medieval Village To Visit in Tuscan Hills This town is a beautiful example of Tuscan Medieval Village on the top of Siena hills, also known for the wine: Nobile of Montepulciano. The Real Tuscany, Preserved by Ancient Walls Inside the ancient walls, that in the past time maintained safe the inhabitants from the

It is Harvest time in Tuscany at the moment which means it is a fantastic time to visit the wineries of the region as they are hubs of activity. Our wine tasting tours are very popular at this time of year, as the weather is perfect for wandering around vineyards and enjoying Tuscan wine in the