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Tuscany. A region of landscapes and flavors waiting to be discovered.

Few areas possess the evocative charm of Chianti’s natural landscape, which is made up of a thousand shades, colors and scents combined with rural architecture, which preserves its origins.Green hills outlined with kilometers of vineyards and olive groves, dense chestnut and oak forests, small villages e...
MontalcinoHome to one of the most renowned Italian wines, Brunello di Montalcino, this ancient hilltop town still preserves the memories of its long history. The imposing Rocca di Montalcino overlooks the city along with the mighty medieval walls that surround it. There are many masterpieces scattered...
The town of San Gimignano , with its 14 towers erected as a symbol of the wealth and power of the merchant families who lived there, is famous for its extraordinary medieval urban layout . This famous town’s gems include its picturesque narrow streets lined with elegant buildings, its Collegiate Ch...
Florence, the true capital of Italian art, where priceless masterpieces are preserved and where you can perceive the pride of a city that was the birthplace of the Italian language. Founded by the Romans in the first century BC, in the 15th century it passed under the rule of the Medici family, a period...
An ancient city of Etruscan origin located in the heart of Tuscany , Siena reached its heyday in the Middle Ages. It is still possible to admire the ancient walls and the structure of the medieval village , consisting of narrow alleys and noble palaces. The Duomo , which dates back to the 14th century, ...
Arezzo is one of the Tuscan cities that is truly worth visiting. Part of the ancient region of Etruria, it still preserves many monuments and remains from the Roman era. One of the city’s notable buildings is the Basilica of San Francesco, which was begun in 1200 and contains “The History of the Tru...