The most beautiful locations to be visited during the Tuscan holiday
Tuscany is generally regarded as the pearl of Italy. Located in the Tyrrhenian Sea on the west coast of Italy, the most popular and beautiful resort for those who travel in Italy and discover Italian beauty.
Tuscany is known worldwide for its unique landscape of landscapes, the Tuscan Mountains with their special cipruses. In Tuscany you can taste the true Italian dishes and discover the world of the most famous wine: Chianti
. Tuscany is also rich in Art and History, and in every Tuscan city you can discover the masterpieces of architecture. The provinces of Siena and Lucca are full of medieval villages, where there are many castles and castles. Florence and Pisa are rich in Renaissance history and monuments, the most beautiful Italian churches: the Florentine Cathedral and the famous Dome of Pisa, the famous slope tower.
So many tourists can see and do in Tuscany, but there is not enough time for these. In order to make the best of your holiday in Italy, we have listed the 7 most important visits and places to visit in our vacation in Tuscany.
1) Visit the city of Pisa and explore the city (and the sloping tower) 19659002] Pisa's steep tower is perhaps the most famous (and most photographed) Italian monument after the Roman Colosseum. But Pisa is more than the sloping tower. Pisa is an international city that is well organized for tourists from all over the world. Pisa is well connected with other Tuscan cities, with local transport facilities and private transfers as well as the rest of the world thanks to the international airport so this city is probably the best choice if you are looking for a city to accommodate
Pisa's historic center rich in monuments and history that you can easily discover on a hiking trip in Pisa, which ends at the Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square), where you can admire the Pisa Dome, its sloping tower and the stunning St. John Baptistery.
2) wine tasting in the Chianti region
The most fashionable place for an exclusive wine tasting experience is surely the Chianti area, famous for its world-famous red wines.
The vineyards on the Chianti area can be explored in beautiful villages surrounded by vineyards and olive trees. In these villages, Tuscan wines can be tasted in the local cellars in this superb Tuscan wine. here you can find real Italian wines that you can not find elsewhere because the local production is limited and you can only taste them.
In summer, wine tasting is located directly in the vineyards, under the Tuscan sun.
3) Visit Lucca: Go Back to Tuscany History
Lucca is another favorite place in Tuscany. Here are medieval buildings and many churches that are simply incredible. The Roman amphitheater is located in Lucca, about 1900 years old and obviously deserves a visit. The center of the city is completely surrounded by a brick wall raised in the 16th century and you can walk 4 km to the top of the wall. Lucca is thought to be one of the best foods in Tuscany, such as Tortelli Lucchesi. Tortelli Lucchesi is a hand-made dough that is full of seasoned meat and a very meaty ragout that is extremely rich in flavor.
4) Discover Siena, the Palio city
Siena is one of the most popular and visited cities in Tuscany, one of the places rich in medieval history and art. The famous Palio di Siena is famous every summer, twice in the famous Piazza del Campo. The historic center of Siena, which is also known as the UNESCO World Heritage site, is built on this square, which is a perfectly harmonious work of art on the surrounding hillside.
Siena is also famous for its narrow narrow streets and lined with alleys and brick buildings. If you are healthy, then it's a good idea to go up the top of Siena's high bell tower and enjoy some of the city's and Piazza Del Campo's sights. The Siena people are very friendly and in this city breathe the true Italian atmosphere
During the Siena tour, you can not miss the chance to visit a small town: San Gimignano, also known as "Manhattan for the medieval towers of the renaissance."  5) Discover Montalcino, the Brunello Wine Region
The medieval town of Montalcino, the famous wine, "Brunello di Montalcino" has become world famous worldwide.
Montalcino was built on a hilltop, and on the top of the town is a medieval fort , whose pentagon-shaped walls are designed by the Munich architects, Mono Foresi and Domenico di Feo
Walking through the cobblestone streets, there are narrow streets, plenty of wine bars and local wineries, saying that this is the hometown of Tuscan wines
It is obvious that you do not have wine-tasting experience in Montalcino, the local edge such as cheeses and salami. A local expert will help you to visit only the best wineries in the city.
6) Discover Volterra, one of the most interesting cities in Tuscany
Volterra is a lively city that is Pisa Siena, Florence and the beach. Volterra is well known for the Etruscan origins, as well as for many Romas belonging to the period as the wonderful Roman theater. At the top of the city you can admire the medieval architecture's true masterpiece at the Medicean Fortress. Volterra's mysterious atmosphere inspired Stephanie Meyerthe's novel in the famous New Moon novel, which became the film of the famous "Twilight" saga.
Volterra is also famous for the production of Alabaster, a town that admires the clay where alabaster stone quarries are. Alabaston is best used by local craftsmen to make fine craft items.
If you do not have a rare tour in Tuscany you will probably have to visit Volterra and discover all its beauty.
7) Visit Florence, the Tuscan Heart
Last but not least, here is Florence, one of the main attractions of his visit to Tuscany.
You must use at least several days with the sights of Florence. In the capital of Tuscany there is much to be found and done.
In this city you will find art, museums, temples, and snacks, wines and Bella Vita (shopping streets, restaurants, cafes, disco). The UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982 is the best expression of arts, culture and lifestyle in Tuscany.
The Florentine leadership allows you to visit the most important places without losing your time. Discover the historic center, the unique Ponte Vecchio along the Arno River, where you can visit the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery, where it preserves the original statue of Michelangelo Dávid.
The celebration in Florence is a great opportunity for a practical cooking class to enjoy a wine tasting experience while staying in a comfortable villa
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