The most popular destinations in Tuscany
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Florence is the capital of Tuscany. The city is a cultural, artistic and architectural jewel. The cradle of the Italian Re-naissance, the city where the most important creative geniuses and scientific minds have left their legacies in the cities of many museums and art galleries.VIEW MORE
Siena has remained almost unchanged for centuries and shows today how it looked in the Middle Ages. It preserves a unique medieval architectural heritage which is one of the main reasons for visiting the city, in addition to the historic center full of unique and fascinating beauties.VIEW MORE
The Chianti hills are a gentle undulating chain straddling the provinces of Florence, Siena and Arezzo and have characterized this land for centuries. Linked to the local wine tradition, it is truly a unique area that deserves to be lived.VIEW MORE
The Val d’Orcia is a territorial jewel that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beautiful landscapes of the Val d’Orcia, are dotted with many small villages, castles, abbeys, and villages, each with its own incredible history.VIEW MORE
Pisa, Lucca, Carrara
Carrara is known worldwide as the city of marble. The identity of this ancient village is linked to the mountain range as well as to the Ligurian Sea, as well as to the clear stone that is extracted from the quarries in this area since the Roman era.VIEW MORE
The Cinque Terre are a stretch of coast of the Ligurian Riviera where there are five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore. They are considered one of the most evocative Italian coastal attractions due to their rugged and rugged orographic hillside context, softened by the construction of terraces or bands for cultivation, which descends towards the sea with steep slopes.VIEW MORE
Rome needs no introduction. It is the capital of Italy, it is a great cosmopolitan city with an artistic, architectural and cultural history that has influenced the whole world. Monuments such as the Forum and the Colosseum testify to the power of the ancient Roman Empire. In the Vatican City are the Basilica of St. Peter and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as the Sistine Chapel frescoed by Michelangelo.VIEW MORE