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Welcome to Tuscany

Tuscany (Toscana in Italian) is one of the most popular regions of Italy appreciated for its lush nature, rich history, and mouth-watering wine. It occupies the central-west part of the country and prides itself on a capital interwoven with Renaissance influences, Florence. Its name, Tuscany, derives from an Etruscan Tuscia tribe which settled in the area around 1000 BC. The Tuscan landscape is a mix of rolling hills, formidable mountains, sandy beaches, and rocky cliffs. Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Apuan Alps border the region to the north and northeast while Ligurian Sea Tyrrhenian Seas stretch along its western coastline. Unsurprisingly, rolling hills make up almost two-thirds of the region and the mountains make up further 25%; 

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Florence 228 experiencias

The cradle of the Renaissance, romantic, charming and irresistible! That's Florence, a city to indulge in world-class art and savor authentic gourmet Tuscan cuisine. The urban fabric of this town didn’t change much since the Renaissance and the museums are hard to count. Indeed, Florence makes it impossible to run out of places to see in Tuscany. Discover more

Siena 42 experiencias

Siena is a town boasting with exquisite medieval architecture that leaves the souls of its visitors soaring with wonder. In essence, a vast, open-air museum devoted to the celebration of Gothic style, Siena comprises both religious and secular landmarks that retained their extraordinary medieval forms. Make sure it's part of your Tuscan Itinerary. Discover more

Pisa 18 experiencias

Pisa was once an influential maritime power matching the likes of Genoa and Venice. Today, it's mainly famous for a grand architectural project which went wrong. Its Leaning Tower that spread the word of this small Tuscan town all over the world. Moreover, climbing to the top of it makes for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Discover more

Cinque Terre 17 experiencias

Deep-rooted in antiquity, Cinque Terre villages date to the early Middle Ages. Their unique appeal is the steep cliffs cleaved by an intricate system of fields and gardens which have been shaped and chiseled for nearly two millennia. The sleepy fishing villages are set amid one of the most breathtaking coastal sceneries in the world. Discover more

Chianti 9 experiencias

The most iconic scenic images of Tuscan hills come from an area known as Chianti. Chianti is not a town, region nor a district. It’s an area which borders are not defined by secular institutions but rather by the quality of the wine and stretches over both the districts Florence and Siena. Its vineyards are not far from legendary. Discover more

Lucca 0 experiencias

A small town beloved by Tuscans as well as travelers, Lucca resides at the foot of the wild and towering Apuan Alps. The town hides behind remarkably preserved Renaissance walls. Its numerous cobbled streets, shady promenades, and lovely quaint piazzas make it an ideal destination to explore by foot. Learn more about things to see and do in Lucca! Discover more

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Tuscany (Toscana in Italian) is one of the most popular regions of Italy appreciated for its lush nature, rich history, and mouth-watering wine. It occupies the central-west part of the country and prides itself on a capital interwoven with Renaissance influences, Florence. Its name, Tuscany, derives from an Etruscan Tuscia tribe which settled in the area around 1000 BC. The Tuscan landscape is a mix of rolling hills, formidable mountains, sandy beaches, and rocky cliffs. Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Apuan Alps border the region to the north and northeast while Ligurian Sea Tyrrhenian Seas stretch along its western coastline. Unsurprisingly, rolling hills make up almost two-thirds of the region and the mountains make up further 25%; 

The lowest and flattest areas of the region center around the banks of Arno River.

 Tuscan provinces include Massa-Carrara, Prato, Lucca, Pistoia, Firenze, Arezzo, Livorno, Pisa, Siena, and Grosseto. All those places, be it big cities or tiny forgotten villages, hide ancient reminders of the Etruscan, Roman, Medieval, and Renaissance heritage in form of excavations, landmarks, as well as art. Hence, people from around the world visit Tuscany to admire some of the most imposing works of art ever created.


Besides the many places to see in Tuscany and flourishing tourism, the area is one of the most thriving agricultural regions of Italy. It specializes in the production of cereals (wheat especially), olives and olive oil, balsamic vinegar, cheese, and, above all, wines. Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, and Morellino di Scansano are the best wines Tuscany can offer. Furthermore, its mineral natural resources include iron, zinc, copper as well as Carrara marble - one of the most famous and expensive marbles in the world.


 Whichever corner of the region you visit, you will encounter an array of landmarks, natural allures, and activities to explore. For instance, you can admire the untouched nature of the Apuan Alps, marvel at the picturesque cliffs of Cinque Terre, explore Renaissance influences in Florence, Siena, and Pisa, or savor a Chianti wine tasting. Tuscany destinations don’t disappoint! Scroll below to discover more exciting things to do in Tuscany points of interest!

What makes Tuscany special

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Beyond the frenetic streets of Florence are the rolling hills that characterize this regions natural beauty. Recognized the world over, Tuscany landscape marries nature and culture to beautiful effect and can be enjoyed by foot, car or bike. Diving into an exploration of the local countryside is a fail-proof recipe the best of Tuscany.

Gastronomic Perks

With its roots firmly in peasant tradition, Tuscans have unjustly been labeled by other Italians as mangiafagioli – or bean-eaters. However, food and wine are the best of Tuscany. The sun-dappled region, with its hillside villages, is happy to let its food speak for itself. It is, without a doubt, a gourmand’s paradise. 

Art and Architecture

Tuscany, the cradle of Renaissance and home to few of the wealthiest ancient city-states overflow with unmatched artistic and architectural heritage. Florence, the region’s biggest city, is home to one of Italy’s most famous art museums, the Uffizi gallery. Undoubtedly, admiring art and architecture are among the best things to do in Tuscany.

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Florence 228 experiencias

The cradle of the Renaissance, romantic, charming and irresistible! That's Florence, a city to indulge in world-class art and savor authentic gourmet Tuscan cuisine. The urban fabric of this town didn’t change much since the Renaissance and the museums are hard to count. Indeed, Florence makes it impossible to run out of places to see in Tuscany. Discover more

Siena 42 experiencias

Siena is a town boasting with exquisite medieval architecture that leaves the souls of its visitors soaring with wonder. In essence, a vast, open-air museum devoted to the celebration of Gothic style, Siena comprises both religious and secular landmarks that retained their extraordinary medieval forms. Make sure it's part of your Tuscan Itinerary. Discover more

Pisa 18 experiencias

Pisa was once an influential maritime power matching the likes of Genoa and Venice. Today, it's mainly famous for a grand architectural project which went wrong. Its Leaning Tower that spread the word of this small Tuscan town all over the world. Moreover, climbing to the top of it makes for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Discover more

Cinque Terre 17 experiencias

Deep-rooted in antiquity, Cinque Terre villages date to the early Middle Ages. Their unique appeal is the steep cliffs cleaved by an intricate system of fields and gardens which have been shaped and chiseled for nearly two millennia. The sleepy fishing villages are set amid one of the most breathtaking coastal sceneries in the world. Discover more

Chianti 9 experiencias

The most iconic scenic images of Tuscan hills come from an area known as Chianti. Chianti is not a town, region nor a district. It’s an area which borders are not defined by secular institutions but rather by the quality of the wine and stretches over both the districts Florence and Siena. Its vineyards are not far from legendary. Discover more

Lucca 0 experiencias

A small town beloved by Tuscans as well as travelers, Lucca resides at the foot of the wild and towering Apuan Alps. The town hides behind remarkably preserved Renaissance walls. Its numerous cobbled streets, shady promenades, and lovely quaint piazzas make it an ideal destination to explore by foot. Learn more about things to see and do in Lucca! Discover more

Countryside

Gastronomic Perks

Art and Architecture

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