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TUSCANY

Wine, culture and serenity

Tuscany Life

Tuscany is made of all the best that Italy has to offer: a thousand-year history, a rich culture, craft traditions handed down through generations and, last but not least, food and wine, famous all over the world.

THE AREA

There are so many reasons to visit Tuscany, the beautiful land nestled in central Italy. The essence of this region is contained also in the many small villages, often with a medieval heritage, which spot the surrounding landscape of on-going green hills. Pisa with its leaning tower is famous throughout the world, as well as the Chianti area, known for its wine tradition that produces some of the finest wines. Not to forget the wonderful towns of Florence and Sienna.

RESTAURANTS

There are many resturants, cafès and pizzerias in Tuscany offering traditional typical dishes. If you're looking for an authentic place to eat for experiencing true cuisine and top wines, you've come to the perfect place!

NIGHTCLUBS AND BARS

Tuscany may be overall a traditional and historical region of Italy, it still has everything you need in terms of nightlife. Whether you like to take your night wanderings to cities or like drinking cocktails with your feet in the sand, in any case, Tuscany offers so many options you might have a hard time choosing where your next night out is going to be.

Summer Activities

The best time to visit Tuscany is from April to June and from September to October when the weather is usually at it's best.

ACTIVITIES

Join the only tour that takes you to the Cinque Terre on a one-day hiking trip from Florence, including a boat ride. Sink in to a Tuscany Cooking Class, Market Tour, and Lunch from Florence. Or take part in a Chianti Half-Day Wine Tour from Florence.

Events

YEARLY EVENTS

A popular market, the Fiera della Befana, takes place each year between Christmas and the Epiphany in Piazza Navona in the centre of Rome. Viareggio Carnevale (Carnival), one of the most famous pre-Lent carnivals in the world is held in February (5, 12, 18, 26, 28 February)

Travel to Tuscany

AIRPORTS

Fly into one of the international airports in Tuscany. Pisa International Airport Galileo Galilei and Florence Airport Amerigo Vespucci are the two international airports in the region.

TRANSFERS

We can arrange for a mini bus, taxi, or chauffeur-driven service from Tuscany airports to your luxury villa in Tuscany.

SELF-DRIVING

Rent a car to explore Tuscany. While there are major cities in Tuscany, the majority of the area is made up of small towns and villages that are best traveled by car. Major car rental companies, such as Hertz and Avis, are available from the airports in Tuscany.

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