Tuscany is a land of art and history. A large part of the region’s worldwide fame undoubtedly comes from its artistic and cultural treasures, but Tuscany also has perhaps some of the most famous Italian natural landscapes. Obviously there are the Chianti hills, but the light undulations of the Siena territory represent only one of the many faces of Tuscan nature.
To get to know this beauty, the best way to visit is to take a leisurely hike through three national and three regional Tuscan parks. More than a guide, see this article as an invitation to travel: an overview of suggestions and ideas to arouse curiosity and a desire to go and discover.