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Discovering Tuscany by car along the itinerary of Mille Miglia
Itineraries in the small villages certified as Borghi più belli d’Italia, Orange Flag by Italian Touring Club, Gioielli d’Italia by Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism and UNESCO World Heritage
Beautiful inside and outside: all the Tuscan caves, mines and necropolises
Biography and main works of one of the great artist.
Biography, main works and not to be missed masterpieces of the great artist!
Where can you find Brunelleschi work in Tuscany? Here!
Biography and main works of one of the artist
Biography and main works of one of the greatest artists of all times.
One of the leading exponents of the early Renaissance. Follow this itinerary full of beauty, in Tuscany and (a little) beyond.
Pisa is magical, but there’s much more to it than the Leaning Tower. There is a fabulous culinary side that should not be overlooked!
Fresh products, authentic food and real hospitality: food markets are the ideal attraction for a one-day shopping experience in Florence.
To really relive the atmosphere of the past, discover this tasty, historical shop tour.
A few km from Florence you find the multiethnic city of Prato and its beautiful countryside. Here are a few places where you should stop for a bite to eat and to pick up some delicious souvenirs.
We have the densest concentration of UNESCO World Heritage Properties in the world. Discover them all!
Tips about the best local products and food fairs along Siena’s wine and food routes.
Discover the green fields, vineyards and rolling hills of the Val d’Orcia, from the hills south of Siena to Monte Amiata.
All basic information about the legs of the historic itinerary.
From the biggest dome to the smallest theatre, from a volleyball match to the abolition of death penalty. Discover all the records of Tuscany.
From accommodation to street food, some tip to visit on a budget!
Tuscany boats a lot of charming and romantic towns and some of them seem to be designed for lovers! This is a “lovely” itinerary that touch many hill towns for love-birds.
This is the itinerary for people who want to discover Florence in two days. Here are some tips and info for you.
An ancient land set among rolling hills, ancient villages and crystal clear sea. Here are some tips and info for you.
If you’ve never been to Florence and if you have limited time, here is how to make the most of it: a one-day-itinerary.
Did you know that Florence used to be surrounded by high defensive walls?
Come with us to the Casentino, the higher ground and upper valley of the Arno river.
Volterra is a small walled town, home to incredible Etruscan and Roman remains. Here is a list of the highlights!