Explore Tuscany most exquisite destinations
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Tuscany most popular destinations
Siena city of dreams and chimeras… It is one of the most beautiful medieval cities in Italy. Siena city of art, cultured city, city of good food, city of the Palio. Many are its faces, the city is unique.
One of Tuscany's most recognizable & famous locations is San Gimignano. Everywhere in the world, there are those who daydream of visiting this historic hilltown in Tuscany.
Porto Santo Stefano is located in the Maremma Grossetana and part of the Costa d'Argento at Tuscany, It has a great seafaring tradition and is an active commercial, fishing, and seaside center.
The world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, as well as many other architectural monuments, can be seen in Pisa, Italy. From historic cathedrals and palaces to lovely Italian squares, the city is steeped in history.
The province of Siena in southern Tuscany has the charming hilltop town of Montepulciano with tasty wines. It was around in the fourth and fifth centuries BC. Its old center is crammed with churches, castles, charming lanes, and gorgeous piazzas and wineries.
Lucca is an Italian town of 89 256 inhabitants in the north of Tuscany, capital of the province of the same name. Known as the city of 100 churches, Lucca is famous for its historical monuments.
Livorno, one of Tuscany's major centers, is situated on the west coast of central Italy. It is well-known for its vast, contemporary seaport, its defences from the Middle Ages, and as a place to find freshly caught seafood.
Florence is one of those cities that especially represents the best side of Italy, from history to art, beauty, and wineries. Known as "the cradle of the Renaissance”, Florence is a real open-air museum.
Elba Island a variety of amazing landscapes and some of the oldest cities line the long stretches of beaches to hilly landscapes, silent villages, timeless places.
Cortona, one of the typical Tuscan hill towns. It is situated on a significant elevation and offers magnificent views of Lake Trasimeno and the Valdichiana plain (Chiana Valley). It is an ancient walled town, insanely dense with history.
Take the Arezzo tour it is very rich in art and beauty just like all the most famous tourist resorts in the region of Tuscany. It gave birth to some key names in the history of Italian art, literature and science.