Best Places to Stay in Tuscany

The Tuscan Archipelago

The Tuscan Archipelago

Elba, Giglio, Capraia, Montecristo, Pianosa, Giannutri and Gorgona: these are the names of the seven legendary pearls which make up the Tuscan Archipelago, situated in the Upper Tyrrhenian not far from the southern coasts of Tuscany..

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Florence

Florence

Florence, with its immense cultural and artistic patrimony, is universally recognised as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. As it is set in a charming amphitheatre of green hills, vantage points such as the hill of Fiesole offer stunning views of the whole city.

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Siena

Siena

First-time visitors to Siena will undoubtedly be struck by the wealth of its artistic legacy and the beauty of its historic centre, declared by UNESCO to be a World Heritage site.

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Maremma

La Maremma

For its many aficionados, Maremma jealously guards the most authentic spirit of Tuscany, be it with its verdant countryside or its small hamlets which have remained largely unchanged from the Middle Ages.

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Pisa, Lucca and Versilia

Pisa, Piazza dei Miracoli

Lucca and Pisa, small gems of north-western Tuscany, are two exceptional città d’arte, and due to their proximity to Versilia they offer an excellent opportunity to fit a cultural interlude into a seaside holiday in Tuscany.

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What is Chianti?

What is Chianti?

One of the most well-known wines in the world, surely Italy's most famous wine label. One of the most appreciated countryside destination in the world, surely the most evocative postcard of Tuscany.

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Tuscany’s Thermal Spas

Tuscany’s Thermal Spas

Thermal spa tourism in Tuscany is a of itself a mark of quality, but the tourist opting for this region also has the rare opportunity of mixing a fitness holiday with a plunge into culture too.

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Arezzo and the Valleys

Arezzo

The city of Arezzo was founded in pre-Etruscan times at the meeting point of three valleys, Casentino, Valdarno and Val di Chiana. A natural passage for crossing the Appennines, its position made Arezzo a strategic centre in Roman times.

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The Etruscan Coast

Costa degli Etruschi

The Etruscan Coast is a wide stretch of coast extending from Livorno to Piombino and it not only hosts important archaeological sites, but is also an area of significant natural and marine interest.

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Discovering Versilia, the Land of Marble

Versilia

Versilia is a hidden gem in Tuscany, best known for its marble, sea-side attractions, and luxury tourism. Let's talk about marble!

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Lucca

Lucca

Lucca embraces you immediately with her medieval walls & tree lined paths. She draws you in the moment you pass through one of her impressive portals and you immediately feel safe and at home.

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