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Siena

   Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, the city of Siena is one of the most beautiful in Tuscany. Inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List, Siena is one of the most beautiful cities in Tuscany that has preserved the medieval layout of modernity contaminated for hundreds of years. The atmosphere breathes medieval strolling through the streets narrow and winding as the gateway to the historic center where there are also the most beautiful places to visit.  ...

Viareggio

    Viareggio is a charming city located on the coast of the Ligurian Sea and a splendid place for travelers willing to relax and have a great time on the Italian coast. Viareggio offers beautiful beaches, clear sea, spa treatments and many monuments and attractions for visitors. It is also a great shopping destination and you may enjoy a drink or a delicious meal at one of the terraces at the coast line. The city is also well renown for its carnival celebrations....

Florence in Italy

   Considered the cradle of the Renaissance, Florence must respect the typical Italian architecture and imposing structures. Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery Academy of Art and are only three locations that you have to visit if you want to see works by Michelangelo (David was exhibited at the Academy) and other Renaissance masters.     In addition, Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, the fourth largest cathedral in Europe, and Basilica di S...

Pisa

    Especially renowned for the Leaning Tower, and exquisite art, Pisa lies on Arno river in Tuscany and to the Ligurian Sea. Going to Pisa is with no doubt a real trip to the scholars.      Rich in history, Pisa boasts many architectural jewels adorned with decorations laborious, which is why it is said that Pisa is the home of the High Academy of Arts and the University of Pisa - which has enjoyed considerable fame during the Renaissance. ...

San Gimignano

  San Gimignano is a small medieval town situated on a hill in Tuscany, 35 minutes drive northwest of Siena or southwest of Florence. It is famous for its medieval architecture, especially the towers to be seen from several kilometers outside the city. Of the 60 towers owned by rich people wishing to stay protected from looting the city, most have been demolished Quantity Florence took over the city. White wine of the region - Vernaccia di Gimignano is also famous.  &...

Montecatini Terme

   Montecatini Terme is the most famous spa located in the Italian region of Tuscany. Thermal waters here are beneficial to the stomach or liver problems.     Montecatini Terme can accommodate at least 2 million tourists who come here for the famous health spa center. Thermal waters here are beneficial to the stomach or liver problems. The resort includes various amenities, such as an 18-hole golf course, tennis, biking and hiking trail...

Cortona

   Cortona is a town in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany, perched on hills with olive groves and vineyards overlooking Lake Trasimeno and the plain Valdichiana. Cortona is a steep medieval town, where many streets are in the form of stairs carved in rock. Cortona proclaimed "City Arts" and for good reason. The city gave the world before the great painter Michelangelo, Luca Signorelli and the great painter and architect of the early seventeenth century, Pietro da Corton...

Volterra

   Volterra is a town located in the beautiful Italian region of Tuscany, in an area of eroded hills, 29 km southwest of San Gimignano and 65 km southeast of Pisa.     The city lies at an altitude of 540 m and shows a particular architectural interest, historic castles and ruins because of Etruscan and Roman that surrounds the area. Archaeological research has shown that the hill between the rivers Cecina and Era were inhabited in prehi...

Lucca

   The history of Lucca goes up in the times of the Etruscans and Ancient Rome. The golden era of the city was pre Gothic Renaissance, Lucca still has many monuments of that period. Most important area is the old city, surrounded by walls. It is called "the city of 100 churches".       Compared to Florence or Siena, night life is quiet here. Near the southern entrance to town was a nightclub. There are themed nights, divided i...


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