Tuscany Travel Guide
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- 94%Art & Design Lovers
- 80%Local Culture
- 69%History Buffs
- 65%Family Travelers
- 62%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 54%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (136)
- TuscanyMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 1Dec 08, 2012
Tuscany is in my opinion one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. It is famous all over the world for the beautiful countryside, with gentle hills and beautiful landscapes. There are many interesting spot to see in Tuscany. There are so many beautiful small town, each one with its own characteristic.
- TuscanyMember ofFamily TravelersDec 08, 2012
Yes it's an old world cliche: a holiday in Tuscany staying at a gorgeous villa amidst rolling hills of vineyards dotted with rustic villages serving sublime food. But, if I were to live my life as a cliche then I'd want to do it Tuscany...it genuinely lives up to the hype and its reputation.
Where to head for? I personally rate Greve in Chianti and Panzano, which are both smack bang in the heart of Chianti Classico DOCG country.
Where would I eat? Anywhere, it's all good!
What would I do? Visit Florence and Siena for the Renaissance and Gothic architecture and art. Visit Montepulciano and Montalcino for the scenery, cuisine and wine.
There's a peacefulness in Tuscany and everything is unrushed especially up in the Chianti hills, spend at least a week here and live the dream, cliched or not.
- TuscanyOct 09, 2012
Only been to Florence and Siena and seen the landscape between those 2 cities from a bus and train. It looked as if Tuscany is pretty rural outside cities and the scenery is very pretty. It does remind me of Napa county in Northern California.
- TuscanyMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Aug 28, 2012
I love Tuscany so much that i would love to retire here, lol. History, nature, climate, food, ... everything here is so nice that you do not want to leave, or want to return once you have left.
- TuscanyJul 14, 2012
Stay in Tuscany or Umbria. Tons of charming hill towns with medieval battlements, great foods and friendly people. Most importantly, the driving isn't terrifying like it is in the southern parts of Italy. Check out Assissi, Orvieto, San Gimignagno & Florence. There are also lots of smaller towns with great markets and superb wines.
- TuscanyJul 11, 2012
There is so much to do here! I lived here for four months and still did not see it all! Florence is the heart of Tuscany. You could spend 2 weeks here alone but 2-3 days is good. Michelangelo's David is located here. Pisa is also an hour or so from Florence. Wine tasting is also a possibility in Chianti (right outside of Florence). That's where the beautiful famous Tuscan hills are. Cinque Terre is a group of five islands about 2 hours from Florence. Breath taking views, hiking, and beaches. Siena is also within a short driving distance. I have never been but I have heard it is a must see!
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