Tourist Attractions in Tuscany

TOP 10 museums in Florence

TOP 10 museums in Florence

Despite the fact that the beautiful Renaissance city of Florence seems to be, in itself, a vast open air museum, there are a large number of actual museums to visit; each one containing fascinating artistic, sculptural and scientific masterpieces.

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What is the "Palio di Siena"?

Palio di Siena

The Palio attracts many tourists, but it is not an event born with this purpose: in fact it is the life of the people of Siena. It was born in 1644 and some regulations are still valid today: you have to know that since then it has never been interrupted!

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Volterra, from Etruscan origins to Twilight

Volterra

For many, Volterra is famous mostly as one of the locations in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series. But the city has an ancient history and is a hidden touristic jewel in Tuscany.

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Meeting in “Piazza Grande” square: the Saracen Joust

la Giostra del Saracino

If you want to attend one of the many traditional events that are very popular in Tuscany, be sure to find yourself in the city of Arezzo on the third Saturday of June or on the first Sunday of September.

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Florence

Florence

The title “cradle of the Renaissance” sums up in full the artistic and cultural riches of the city, a true open-air museum which offers visitors the sight of majestic basilicas, squares crowded with monuments and of course art galleries with a plethora of great works.

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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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Arezzo

Arezzo, Piazza Grande

The symbol of the city is the Piazza Grande, a blend of various architectural styles achieving a harmonious balance. The square hosts the Giostra del Saracino, a horse race which also brings together a stylish procession of actors wearing medieval costumes.

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Pisa and Lucca

Pisa, Piazza dei Miracoli

If you find it difficult to choose between a seaside holiday and a cultural trip, Lucca and Pisa offer the ideal solution: the sea of Versilia with the bonus of the culture and artistic fame of Tuscany’s very soul.

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Etruscan Coast

Etruscan Coast

The Etruscan Coast owes its name to the colonization of this area by the ancient people who inhabited central Italy. And indeed, the territory offers important testimonials to the presence of the Etruscans, especially between the Gulf of Baratti and Populonia.

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Maremma

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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Tuscan Archipelago

Tuscan Archipelago

Famous the world over for having hosted Napoleon in exile, Elba is rich in historical reminders, from the archaeological findings preserved in its museums, to the medieval Castle of Volterraio, and the Napoleonic residences such as the Palazzina del Mulini.

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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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