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Tuscany, Central Italy

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Tuscany is one of Italy's top destinations. Its attractions include historic cities, art-filled museums, churches, great wine and food, medieval hill towns, beaches, and beautiful countryside.

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San Donato

In the middle of the Chianti region, is the small Tuscan town of San Donato In Poggio. Vineyard covered hills, olive groves & traditional Tuscan farmhouses offer an authentic agriturismo experience.

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Castelnuovo Berardenga

With Siena not too far away, Castelnuovo Berardenga offers an excellent day trip for exploring the unique and stunning landscape of the most southern point of Chianti.

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Chianti Region

Chianti is as varied in its scenery as it is in its wines. Soft rolling hills covered with rows of grapes and picturesque farmhouses have inspired poets, artists, and travelers for centuries.

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Florence

The most famous landmarks in Florence are the Ponte Vecchio, Brunelleschi's dome on the Duomo, and its most reproduced sight is Michelangelo's statue of David.

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Grosseto

Within the historical centre of Grosseto, there are plenty of treasures worth visiting, including the Piazza del Duomo, where the pink and marble facade of the Cathedral of San Lorenzo stands out.

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Lucca

Lucca is a city on the Serchio River in Italy’s Tuscany region. It’s known for the well-preserved Renaissance walls encircling its historic city centre and its cobblestone streets.

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Montaperti

Located in the region of Tuscany, Montaperti is a 10-minute drive from the historical centre of Siena and 20 minutes from the Chianti Wine district.

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Montecarlo Di Lucca

Located in the province of Lucca, the historic centre of Montecarlo Di Lucca is well preserved and is still surrounded by the beautiful city walls. The town is known for its wine and oil production.

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Montepulciano

Montepulciano is a medieval hilltop town in Tuscany. Surrounded by vineyards, it is known for its Nobile red wine.

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Pienza

Pienza is a small town situated in the Val d'Orcia. The name comes from Pope Pius II, who was born here, and it means the City of Pius. In 1996, UNESCO made the centre of Pienza a World Heritage Site.

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Pisa

Pisa is a historic town in Tuscany. Once a city of political and cultural importance, Pisa is now most famous for one of its architectural masterpieces, the Leaning Tower.

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Radda In Chianti

Radda in Chianti is a beautiful medieval town enclosed in large defensive walls. Its stone facades add to the medieval look characterized by narrow streets and tower buildings.

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San Gimignano

San Gimignano's main attractions are its architecture and atmosphere. The unique collection of towers and the winding lanes make it a charming destination for those seeking the heart of Tuscany.

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Siena

Well conserved medieval streets and piazzas are home to the annual festival of the Palio, a horserace which takes place in Siena's main square, the Campo. An ideal daytrip from Florence or Rome.

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Tavarnelle Val Di Pesa

Located halfway between the Val d’Elsa and Val Di Pesa, Tavarnelle is a hilltop village close to Florence. The area is enriched with a high number of churches that boast a wealth of artwork.

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Volterra

Volterra is a charming town situated in the province of Pisa, not far from Florence, Siena and the coast.