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Florence, the city of Art, well known as the cradle of Renaissance and home to great art and architectural masterpieces who's beauty and value are inestimable. Famous for being the birthplace of famous poets, artists, Popes, Saints, leaders and politicians....
Florence’s Oltrarno District, Full of Charm, History, Art and Vitality
Less gaudy than the area north of the River, the Oltrarno district is the one that better reflects Florence’s original characteristics. With its bohemian streets soaked in history, artisan workshops, inviting restaurants and bars, it has become a favourite among locals and tourists.
Ponte Vecchio, the Symbol of Florence since the Middle Ages
One of the most popular symbols of Florence is surely the Ponte Vecchio, which besides being romantic is also the oldest bridge in the city. Built in Roman times, it was destroyed by two floods in 1177 and 1333, and – according to tradition – it was reconstructed by Taddeo Gaddi in 1345…
The Boboli Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2013
An inspiration for many other European Royal Gardens, Boboli Gardens is one of the world’s most significant examples of Giardino all’italiana. Commissioned by Cosimo I de’ Medici as a gift for his wife Eleonora di Toledo, the gardens were laid out in the mid-16th century to a design by Niccolò Pericoli.
Certaldo, Boccaccio's Hometown
Certaldo is located halfway between Florence and Siena and is mainly known for being the hometown of Giovanni Boccaccio, the author of the Decameron; its population center is made up of two distinctive nuclei: the medieval Certaldo Alto (the upper town) and the “modern one” (situated further down the hill).
Chianti Classico, Tuscany’s Most Beloved (Wine) Region
With its sweet rolling hills, untamed nature, ancient castles and honey-coloured stone villages, the lovely wine region of Chianti Classico is surely one of the world’s most beloved vacation destinations. This article aims to give you an overview of this photogenic part of Tuscany.
Siena, the Ancient Rival of Florence
Famous around the world for its artistic, historic and cultural heritage, Siena is also a great place to relax and enjoy a walk far from the daily routine. This article contains a list of things that you can't miss when visiting this extraordinary medieval city.
San Gimignano, the Manhattan of the Middle Ages
San Gimignano – whose historic centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990 - is considered one of the best examples of urban organization during the Age of the Communes in Europe and attracts millions of visitors every year.
Montalcino, the Home of Brunello
Situated only 40-50 km away from Siena, Montalcino is mainly famous for the production of one of the world’s most delicious wines, Brunello di Montalcino. The town boasts many well-preserved medieval structures and is surrounded by the most breathtaking countryside in Tuscany: Val d'Orcia.
Pisa, One of Italy’s Most Important Art Cities
Besides visiting its famous Leaning Tower, there are a lot of things to see and do in Pisa! This beautiful Tuscan city is famous all over the world for its architectural, historical and artistic heritage. This article contains a full list of the best Pisa attractions.
Volterra, One of the Most Important Cities of the Etruscan Dodecapolis
Perched high on a hardly accessible hill and surrounded by majestic walls, Volterra represents a jewel of Etruscan, Roman, Medieval and Renaissance art. It is also a great place to relax your mind an soul, far from the madding crowd and daily routine.