Tuscany along with Umbria and Marche  are considered the green heart of Italy. The Region has a landscape in part hilly but quite flat along the sea-coast. In Tuscany you can find examples of architecture from every age, from the Etruscan civilization to Roman monuments and ruins right-up to the  Renaissance . For Florence (www.firenzeturismo.it)  like for Venice and Rome there are no words to describe it . The visit is a must Starting from The Museum “Galleria degli Uffizi”  to the various church and palace and the fifteenth-century shops on the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge)

My Suggestions:

It depends how much time you can spare; after Florence ( Unesco World Heritage Site) that needs at least two full days , I highly  recommend a visit to Siena (Unesco World Heritage Site) with its wonderful Piazza del Campo ( www.sienaweb.it/territorio/pcampo.htm) ; San Gimignano (www.sangimignano.com) "The Mahnattan of Middle Ages" famous for its numerous beautiful towers (Unesco World Heritage Site) ; Pisa with its  “Campo dei Miracoli” square  (Unesco World Heritage Site) with the famous Leaning Tower (www.pisaturismo.it)  and ……why not  a Gastronomy  and Wine tours in search of the genuine flavours of the local cuisine and good wine like Chianti, Brunello, Vernaccia , The Noble of Montepulciano etc. etc.


Tuscany Florence-Historical CentreTuscany –Florence – Ponte Vecchio

 Tuscany – Siena-Piazza del CampoTuscany -   San Gimignano

Tuscany – Pisa – Piazza dei Miracoli & Leaning Tower Tuscany Landscape


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