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Tourism in Tuscany

Tourism in Tuscany

Tuscany is a land full of charm and culture. A few kilometers away you are struck by an enormous variety of breathtaking architectural ensembles and wonderful works of art. We can accompany you to visit some of the most beautiful cities in the world!


Have you ever visited the amphitheater square in Lucca? Have you ever stopped to observe the naves of the cathedral of Lucca? Have you ever noticed the tree on top of the Guinigi Tower? Lucca is a city full of charm and wonder, waiting to be discovered!


A walk on the Viareggio pier, or art-shops in Pietrasanta following Michelangelo’s footsteps. A look at the shop windows of Forte dei Marmi for an exclusive shopping. Versilia is a vast territory rich in various attractions and landscapes. It is a strategic location for excursions to the most beautiful art cities of Versilia!

Le 5 Terre

Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Monterosso and Vernazza are the villages of the Cinque Terre in Liguria. Villages of ancient charm overlooking the sea. In addition to a breathtaking view, the Ligurian hinterland is full of splendid medieval villages, churches and artisan shops.


Garfagnana is an enchanting valley near Lucca, famous for its numerous productions of ham and cheese. It is nested between the Apennine mountains and the Apuan Alps, in a convenient position for people staying in the areas of Lucca and Versilia. In Garfagnana you can experience outdoor activities and gastronomic tours!


Carrara is a city with an ancient charm. Famous for the tour of the marble quarries where you can discover the art and some typical products of the Apuan Alps.
A breathtaking guided tour of the Fantiscritti quarries in a 4 × 4 Jeep, to see the modern machinery in action and learn the mining methods dating back to Roman times.


Florence is considered the cradle of the Renaissance because it contains some of the most beautiful artistic treasures in Italy. Works of art such as Brunelleschi’s Dome, Masaccio, Giotto’s Bardi Chapel, Cimabue’s Ognissanti Majesty and many other masterpieces have made Florence an immortal city.


Siena is one of the most popular cities in Tuscany. In the famous Piazza del Campo, the Palio di Siena is held. Furthermore, you can visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta which is one of the most remarkable churches in the Italian Romanesque-Gothic style. The most precious masterpiece of Siena is preserved in the Baptistery: the Baptismal Font which Jacopo della Quercia, Lorenzo Ghiberti and Donatello worked on.


Montalcino is the city of the famous and sublime Brunello. Montalcino is located south of Siena in the midst of breathtaking landscapes and enchanting views. Montalcino is not only wine, it is also culture. In fact, the historic center is surmounted by the famous Rocca, scene of festivals, concerts such as the famous Jazz & Wine Festival!


When you think about Pisa you immediately imagine the tower. In addition to this, however, there is also the beautiful Piazza del Duomo enclosed in an architectural complex called Campo dei Miracoli which makes it one of the most beautiful cities of art in the world!

Val d’Orcia

Castles, medieval villages and local shops. Val d’Orcia is a treasure to be discovered. It is possible to visit the characteristic village of Pienza and the fascinating Palazzo Piccolomini. Pienza is famous for the production of olive oil, excellent wine, mushrooms, truffles and many other local specialties!


Enjoy the Bolgheri wine tour: the land of Supertuscan wines Sassicaia, Ornellaia and Guado al Tasso, among the most famous. Bolgheri is located in the Southern coast of Tuscany, so-called Costa degli Etruschi.


The Lunigiana (pronounced [luniˈdʒaːna]) is a historical territory of Italy, which today falls within the provinces of La Spezia and Massa Carrara. Its borders derive from the ancient Roman settlement, later the medieval diocese of Luni, which no longer exists. Lunigiana, a mountainous region dissected by the Magra river, covers an area which runs from the Apennines to the Mediterranean Sea, now belongs in part to Tuscany and in part to Liguria.