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Towns and Villages in Tuscany

There are some truly spectacular towns and villages in Tuscany. From medieval hilltop villages, to larger towns with beautiful old town centres. Or if you prefer something a little more upbeat, there are several big cities packed with culture and entertainment. Each region in Tuscany has something unique to offer. Wander through the cobbled streets of quaint Italian towns and you will soon fall under the spell of Tuscany.

Some towns overlook rolling hills, endless fields with rows of vineyards and rustic castles can be spotted on the horizon. Sit and watch the world go by in a local Italian cafe, browse through quirky gift shops or admire the striking buildings that reside within the city walls.

Our private pool villas, hamlets and farmhouses are located within close proximity to Tuscany’s most impressive towns and cities.

Where to visit

We have all the information you need about all the regions and key places you should visit on your holiday to Tuscany, including the 3 main cities Florence, Siena and Pisa.

Northern Tuscany

The scenery throughout Tuscany varies quite considerably depending on where you go. The landscape and terrain in the North is very different from the South. Its unspoiled landscape is mountainous, more rugged and broken up with thick woodland.

Just like the South, it has traditional hilltop villages and medieval castles, but here the pace is much slower, despite the area being densely populated. As well as being by the breathtaking Apuan Alps, from most locations in Northern Tuscany you can easily reach the coast within a 30 minute drive.

Northern Tuscany offers the best of both worlds, soak up the sun on the beach, go hiking in the mountains, or visit amazing cities and towns such as Florence, Lucca, Pisa and Pistoia. Northern Tuscany may be less stereotypically Tuscan but it has classic architecture, artistic treasures, striking hilly landscapes and plenty of cultural events to enjoy.

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Central Tuscany

Can’t decide where to stay in Central Tuscany? Browse through some of the places below for further inspiration.

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Southern Tuscany

It’s easy to see why Southern Tuscany is such a popular area to visit, browse through the towns below to find out more.

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Umbria holidays

Umbria is often viewed as Tuscany’s sister, in many ways it mimics Tuscany’s delights, but also has its own distinct character. Umbria, known as ‘the green heart of Italy’ sits right in the middle of the country.

It’s about half the size of Tuscany, which means most of the region can easily be explored. Umbria is serene, understated, breathtakingly beautiful, and most importantly, unspoiled. It has long lived in the shadow of Tuscany, but visitors are discovering its charms and learning that a holiday in Umbria is not to be missed.

The landscape is littered with rolling hills, streams, valleys, olive groves and woodland. Visitors report there being a special quality of light that illuminates the horizon. Umbria is also famous for being the birthplace of the saints, which further contributes to its magical appeal.

This region is known for its olive oil, truffles, fine cured meat and full bodied wine. There are plenty of gorgeous hill towns to visit such as Assisi, Orvieto and Perugia, as well as quaint villages like Trevi, Spello and Montefalco. What are you waiting for? View the links below and book a holiday to Umbria.

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Val d'Orcia

The Val d’Orcia is a ravishing rural area running into le Crete Senesi, but within sight of hulking Monte Amiata. For many, this is the loveliest area in Tuscany, with Unesco-listed countryside, perfect hilltop villages, remote abbeys and evocative castles. Foodies, walkers and spa-lovers will take to the thermal spas, rustic inns, myriad wine trails and meditative walks. The Val d’Orcia represents quintessential Tuscany, with clusters of cypresses, ribbons of plane trees, vineyards on the slopes, and farms perched on limestone ridges. But it was not this alone that won the area Unesco World Heritage status – it’s also about the harmony between the Tuscans and their landscape, shaped by their mellow way of life. Once depopulated, these medieval villages are now enjoying a belated renaissance. San Quirico d’Orcia may be the gateway to the area but MontalcinoPienza and Montepulciano also make delightful stepping-stones to scenery landscaped since time immemorial.

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Experience an official tuscany tour with

Siena and Chianti Shared Wine Tour - Full day Tuscany Wine Tour from Florence

Siena & Chianti Shared Wine Tour - Full day Tuscany Wine Tour included lunch, tasting and wine tour
This is the Program
Your excursion will commence with a drive through the breathtaking Tuscan countryside as you delve into the heart of the Chianti Classico region. Over the course of the tour, you will visit two first-class wineries that will give you a comprehensive look at the wine making process. Our experienced guides will be with you every step of the way, teaching you about the wines and the best ways to taste them. In addition to Chianti Classico the DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) wines, you will be able to enjoy the IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica) or “Super Tuscans.”
Time to see also Siena and San Gimignano and taste the Gelato World Champion

from 114,6 US Dollar

EASY DINNER COOKING LESSON IN FLORENCE

The Easy Dinner lesson is a group lesson where you will be able to take the recipes back home and recreate them yourself in your day-to-day life. The Chef will guide you through three dishes: appetizer, main course, and dessert. After the lesson, you will enjoy the meal along with a Tuscany Wine in our wine cellar. 
 

from 65,32 US Dollar

Private Departure Transfer from Central Florence to Florence airport

Book your private transfer from Florence city to Florence airport. Select the type of vehicle you would need (two different types: up to 3 people and up to 7 people) and remember to provide all requested details during check out.

from 76,78 US Dollar

Chianti Wine Tour

First we tour vineyards and cellar of an organic farm in the heart of the Chianti region, receiving an up close look at the production and ageing process of the Chianti wines and learning about the secrets of the extra virgin olive oil making. This experience includes a  wine tasting and the opportunity to buy for cheap the best tuscan wines. Our trip continues on to the  medieval town of San Gimignano, where you have the chance to try the famous world champion Dondoli gelato. We then move on to a second winery where we enjoy an authentic  tuscan lunch, combined to a wine tasting class. A fine selection of Tuscan wines are presented by a wine expert to be paired with antipasti toscani, ribollita soup and lasagna with truffle olive oil. On our way back we stop at  Piazzale Michelangelo, in the top ten of the most romantic spots in Europe.

from 148,98 US Dollar
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