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Travel Guide to Tuscany, Italy

Travelers associate Tuscany with beautiful parks, Roman thermae and cozy Italian towns, each of which stores a lot of secrets and ancient legends.
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It would take at least a week to explore all the galleries and museums of Florence, the capital of Tuscany. The city has carefully preserved beautiful historic buildings; many of them are open exhibition centers. There is also one of the most scenic parks in the world, Boboli Gardens. The must-see destination is the Tower of Pisa. In Siena you can not only enjoy unique architectural monuments of the Middle Ages, but also visit the famous Palio horse race. In the vicinity of Siena there are several attractive towns and villages.
The town of San Gimignano is often called the ‘city of towers;’ not far from it there is a place of indescribable beauty, Orcia Valley. Vano Vignoni is famous due to ancient Roman thermae; you can see the thermal pool even in the downtown instead of the traditional square or park. You could find nice hotels in rural areas; they appeal to those who love to relax outdoors and those devoting a lot of time to hiking. Bicycle is the most popular mode of transport among tourists traveling around cities of Tuscany. While walking you can explore all the interesting places and enjoy the scenery of the place.
Cuisine of Tuscany for gourmet
From a gastronomic point of view Tuscany is one of the most mysterious and attractive areas of Italy, because this is where locals have preserved centuries-old culinary traditions. The main aspect of...
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Visits to vineyards in Tuscany are very popular; there are several major centers of wine production. There are restaurants and wineries close to vineyards, where you can taste the best wines and buy a couple of bottles as souvenirs.
Viareggio situated on the coast is the center of entertainment. Fans of nightlife, noisy parties, luxury restaurants and hotels would enjoy time there. Shoppers also won’t be bored, as they could find a variety of shopping malls and trendy boutiques in the city. In Cortona you can distract from the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in a harmonious atmosphere of the Middle Ages. Beautiful palaces, cathedrals and castles are main attractions of this charming Italian city. Tuscany is a haven for curious tourists eager for new experiences and discoveries.
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Florence - 31 km
Florence is the capital of the beautiful and very popular Italian province of Tuscany. This place is situated on the banks of the River Arno. This city has given birth to the Renaissance style....
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Siena - 40.8 km
Siena is a medieval city that carefully keeps the traditions of ancient times. It is situated on three hills. This fact creates the impression that Siena is divided into three small towns. This is...
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Lucca - 49.7 km
Lucca is a charming Italian town in Tuscany, which is located not far away from Pisa. The city was founded on the site of the Ligurian settlement and the Roman military camp. Lucca has always been a...
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