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Tuscany like no other


The cities of the Tuscany region are as diverse as its people. Each offers its own unique culture, cuisine and style. Why such a diverse offering within one region you can drive across in just a few hours. Until the 1600’s Italy was divided and each city was basically its own country complete with its own government, rules, traditions, dialects and even their own money.

Once Italy was unified between 1815–1871 it created a singular country but within it had a very diverse and multi-directional culture separated by the boundaries of each region and city.

Today Tuscany offers the traveler a plethora of choices from grand Florence, historic Siena, sleepy Tuscany countryside towns or the coastal villages of the Mediterranean see. Here are just a few of our favorite unique experiences in Tuscany.


Experiences that feature Tuscany, Italy

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Top things to do. in and around Tuscany

The Chianti Wine Region
The area of the chianti Classico D.O.C. wine, in the Florentine country include the territory of Barberino Val d´Elsa, Grevew, S. Casciano e Tavarnelle Val di Pesa. The name has its origins in the “Leauge of the Chianti”, established from the Florentine Republic in the XVIth century. The great reputation of Chianti Wine; a brilliant red-colored wine from an intense bouquet can be traced back to the 15th century. A great way to explore Tuscany is to visit one of the many wineries to enjoy a lunch and wine tasting.

Tuscany Town Hopping
One of the great things to do in Tuscany is town hop. This is when you get a rental car and travel the winding country roads; through the Tuscan wine country stopping along the way at some very interesting Tuscan hill towns.

San Gimignano
Called the Manhattan of Tuscany because of its ancient towers, this castle hill town offers quaint small village feel with a selection of small hotels and local restaurants.

One of Tuscany’s main towns outside of Florence; Siena is the home of the Palio di Siena horse race that happens twice a year in July and August. Siena also has the Duomo di Siena with its characteristic black and white marble.

A city in Tuscany and one of the most famous cities in all of Italy. When you are planning a trip to Tuscany you must visit Florence to see Michelangelo’s masterpiece; David. The sculpture was created around 1501 and you can purchase skip the line tickets to see David in Florence from your travel specialist.


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