Tuscany has pretty impressive sceneries that range from a romantic coastline and archipelago to the majestic peaks of the Apuan Alps and the Monte Amiata, Italy's highest extinct volcano. Its most famous landscape, without a doubt, are the rolling hills of the Val d'Orcia, a valley located south-east of Siena.
Among the Regions of Italy, Tuscany isn't the flattest one for sure and with all those hills and mountains it may seem pretty unaccessible for travelers with disabilities, families with very young children or senior travelers with some difficulties walking up hilly areas. But it's not always true! Along the coast and along some alluvial plain there are some of the nicest and flattest cities in Tuscany! Check out our list to find the city with no hills or higher elevation that best suits you: