Ancient cities that preserve works of art and architecture unique in the world, but also small villages where time seems to stand still and the landscape shaped by man, in perfect harmony with nature, among rolling hills and rows of cypresses.
Tuscany is a true widespread museum where the past and the present have always coexisted. This is why UNESCO has recognized eight wonders as World Heritage Sites.
From Etruscan roots to Roman archaeological finds, from medieval relics to Renaissance works of art to contemporary art, Tuscany is dotted with museums and archaeological areas that hold precious historical and cultural treasures.
The 38 villages awarded Orange Flags by the Italian Touring Club are another testament to the artistic and cultural value that the whole of Tuscany holds.
Throughout the territory one encounters small gems, where in every corner they have many surprises to offer: little churches that hold valuable works of art, trattorias that offer good Tuscan cuisine and the workshops where ancient crafts are still carried out. From Terre di Arezzo, through Terre Senesi to the Maremma countryside, you still have the feeling of living out of time where those atmospheres, genuine flavors and authentic smells can still be breathed.