The most beautiful places to visit in Tuscany
Tuscany is usually considered an Italian monument. In the western coast of Italy, in the Tirrenian Sea, it is the most famous and beautiful holiday destination in Italy, and decided to explore the Italian beauty.
Tuscany is famous all over the world with its unique peripheral landscapes, Tuscany Hills, with their unique caricatures. In Tuscany you can also taste the real Italian food and discover one of the world's most famous wines, Chianti.
Tuscany is also rich in art and history, and in every Tuscan city you can find masterpieces of architecture. Siena and Luccia are full of medieval villages where you can find many fortresses and castles. Firenze and Pisa are rich in Renaissance history and monuments, with the most beautiful churches in Italy. Duomo of Florence and Duomo of Pisa, known for its support tower.
There are so many tourists to see and do in Tuscany, but not enough time to make them all. In order to get the most out of your holiday in Italy, we will present the list of the top 7 events and make your vacation in Tuscany.
1) Visit Pisa and Discover the City (and its Tower Tower)
Pisa's tower is probably the most famous (and most captured) monument to the Italian monument after Rome's Summit. But Pisa is more than its leasing tower. Pisa is an international city organized for travelers around the world. Pisa has a good connection with other Tuscan cities, both local and private, and with the rest of the world, thanks to the international airport, this city is probably the best option if you are looking for a city to accommodate. for your holiday.
The Pisa Historical Center is also rich in monuments and history that can easily be found in Pisa, which ends at Piacenza Miracle Square, where you can admire the Diao Pisa, its portable tower, and impressive Sen- With Louie John the Baptist.
2) Wine Tasting in Chianti
The most popular venue for an exclusive wine tasting experience, of course, is the Chianti area, which is well-known for its world-famous red wine.
The winemaking tour in Chianti will allow you to discover beautiful villas surrounded by beautiful gardens and gardens. In these villas you can taste Tuscan e Super Tuscan Wines right in the local cellars. Here you can find real Italian wines that you can not find anywhere as local produce is limited in size and you can taste them only there.
In the summer wine tasting is directly organized in the vineyards of Toscany.
3) Visit Luca. In the history of Tassan
Lukka is another pleasant place to visit Tuscany. Here you can see medieval buildings and many churches that are simply incredible. The Roman amphitheater located in the city is about 1,900 years old and apparently worth a visit. The city center is completely surrounded by brick built in the 16th century and you can stroll at the top of the wall, about 4 km. Luke believes that one of Toskany's best foods, like Tortelli Lucchesi. The Tortelli Lucchesi is a handmade pasta filled with spicy meat and heavily loaded on a sturgeon, which is exceptionally rich in flavor.
4) Discover Sienna, Palio
Sienna is one of the most famous and visited cities that is extremely rich in medieval history and art. It is famous for its Palio di Siena, which is twice a summer in the famous Piazza del Campo. The historic center of Siena, also referred to as the UNESCO World Heritage site, is built around this square, which has done an artwork with perfect harmony with the surrounding mountains.
Siena is also famous for its narrow streets and garbage bins, which are placed from bricks. If you're healthy and fit enough, it's a good idea to go up to Siena's tall bell tower and some of the sights of the city and the Piazza del Margo below. The people of Siena are very welcome and in this city you can breathe the real Italian atmosphere.
During the Sienna tour, you can not miss the chance to visit a nearby small town, San Gimignano, also known as the Renaissance Manetrae for 13 medieval towers.
5) Discovering the city of Montalcino, the city of Bronnelley Wine
The city of medieval Moncalkino became known all over the world for its famous wine Brunelllo de Monalkino.
Montalcino is built on the hill, and there is a medieval fortress built in the subway architects designed by architects Sienese – Mono Foresi and Domenico di Feo.
Walking through the narrow streets of the city center, you can see a lot of "enoteca" (wine warehouse) and local cellars, noting that this is the hometown of Tuscany wines.
It is obvious that you can not visit Montalcino without wine tasting experience, which should also include local food tasting, cheese and salami. The expert's local guide can only allow you to visit the best wineries in the city.
6) Discover Volterra, one of the most interesting cities in Tuscany
Volterra is a lively city, located in the Pisa region, Siena, Florence and the coast of the sea. Volterra is well-known for its Etruscan origins and many ruins associated with that era, as it is a wonderful Roman theater. At the top of the city you are admired by the real masterpiece of medieval architecture, Medisinian Fortress. The mysterious atmosphere of Voltaire has inspired writer Stefan Meirter in his famous New Moon novel, shot in the famous Twilight script.
Voltaire is also famous for its Alabaster production, in fact, on the city's road you can admire the clay hills, where there are plenty of alabaster stones. Alabaster is mainly used by local artisans for the creation of perfect handmade art.
If you are looking for a rare tour of Tuscany, you probably should visit the Volterra and tell her all the beauties.
7) Visit Florence, Toscane's heart
Last but not least, we have Florence, one of the main points of your visit to Tuscany.
You should use at least a few days of Florence sightseeing. There are many things to see and do in Tuscany's capital.
In this city you can find art, museums, churches, as well as food, wine and Bella Vita (shopping streets, restaurants, cafes, discos). In 1982, UNESCO announced a World Heritage site, which is the best expression of art, culture and lifestyle in Tuscany.
The guided tour of Florence can give you the opportunity to visit the most important places without losing time. You can discover the historic center, the unique Ponte Vecchio over the Aronyan River, you can visit the Uffai Gallery and the Academy Gallery, where it has preserved David David's statue of Michelangelo.
Every day trip to Florence should include the name of Florence Dyuomo in honor of Santa Maria del Far.
A holiday in Florence is also a great opportunity to enjoy a handmade cooking class, a wine tasting experience and a quiet villa in the heart of Florence.
Take into account that in each of the previous listed destinations you can reach the Livorno Cruise port
with Private Shore Excursion
Source by Antonio Cicirelli