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Cities and places to visit in Tuscany:Most Popular Destinations

Below you'll find a list of the destinations in Tuscany we have present on our site today. We are working on adding more articles everyday as well as working on new destinations to add in the near future.

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Visit Florence

Don't forget to dedicate a day or two to explore the marvels that await you in Florence, the capital of Tuscany. This exciting city promises not only some of the most important museums in Italy, but also great shopping, wonderful art and history... and some of the most delicious gelato ever!

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Visit Chianti

The magical hillsides of Chianti are not just about delicous wine and great olive oil! Around each bend, you'll discover stunning views, culinary traditions and local artisans as well sleepy towns and landscapes just waiting for you to discover them.

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Volterra

Volterra is usually referred to as the Etruscan city and the City of alabaster par excellence. If you are passionate of archaeological sites, then Volterra is the right place to head to: you'll have the chance to visit one-of-a-kind remains dating back to Etruscan and Roman times, as well as many Medieval and Renaissance treasures. Stroll its narrow lanes and visit the many workshops exposing alabaster hand-made products, the jewel on this town's crown.

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Colle Val d' Elsa

Colle Val d'Elsa is the birthplace of the famous artist Arnolfo di Cambio: if you're in Florence or Siena, then a day trip to Colle is worthy your while, easy to plan and to reach. Here, you'll have the chance to visit the charming Arnolfo di Cambio tower-house, one of the many that used to characterize the historical center of this quaint town. Breathtaking views of the valley below and the hills of Chianti and one-of-a-kind photo opportunities will capture all of your senses!

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Discovering Montespertoli

The small hilltop town of Montespertoli in Chianti is well-known for its wine, olive oil and truffles. The area is dotted with castles, and at just 20 km from Florence, is the perfect area in which to base yourself as you set out to discover Tuscany!

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Casentino

Join us to the discovery of the Casentino valley, situated about 50 kms from Florence and offering many sight-seeings opportunities, like castles and monasteries, trekking and hiking itineraries through its enchanting old-centuries forests and traditional products to be tasted.

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Livorno

Visit the enchanting port city of Livorno, its Fortress, the Synagogue and the quarter "La Venezia" with its waterways that cross all the district and remind one of the Venetian city in Northern Italy. Livorno is the perfect destination if you travel with kids, since there are several attractions that they will surely enjoy instead of just visiting museums and churches, like the aquarium with its colorful fishes and...the sea, for playing on the sand and refreshing a bit during the Summer.

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Garfagnana

Surrounded by the Apuan Alps and the Apennines, the Garfagnana area is a lush green valley that offers plenty of activities to do - like hiking, biking, trekking, rock climbing - and places to see, like the many quaint villages that hold enchanting art and architectural treasures to discover, among which the Devil's Bridge in Borgo a Mozzano stands magnificently out.

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Prato

If you want to venture out off the beaten track and visit a city which is not usually crowded with tourists, then Prato is the perfect destination: situated only 10 minutes drive from Florence and rich in history and art treasures, it boasts an amazing Castle of the Emperor sitting in the historical center that is really worth your while, as well as many other artistic works of art hidden inside its magnificent Duomo.

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Versilia

Exploring the Versilia area is always a great surprise! If you're a family that travels with kids, Versilia is one of the most popular Tuscan sea destinations: its sandy beaches gradually slope into the sea, making the place perfect for children to easily play in the water. But after sunset, Versilia get dressed for its active nightlife, drawing people from everywhere in Tuscany that join together for dancing till early morning.

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Anghiari

Anghiari is a MUST SEE if you head towards Arezzo and its surroundings: considered as a medieval jewel and renowned mainly for the famous battle of Anghiari fought between the army of Florence and Milan in 1440, this town has been added to the "most beautiful villages in Italy" list for its peculiar and characteristic urban aspect. Walk around its historical center and enjoy the magic that surrounds this medieval toown.

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The Medieval Village of Lucignano

The small town has its medieval, round plan still intact and the main square, with its city hall and two main churches deserves a visit. We recommend visiting the museum, where you can admire a beautiful Golden Tree!

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Sarteano and its Castle

The small village of Sarteano, located between the Val d'Orcia and Valdichiana valleys, is easily identified from afar by the imposing castle standing guard over the town. Despite its small size, it hosts some of the most important Etruscan tombs in all of Tuscany, a magnificent 17th century theater and important artistic masterpieces that make a stop here worthwhile.

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Cerreto Guidi, a charming village near Florence

Located atop a hill in Chianti, Cerreto Guidi is one of the most beautiful Renaissance villages in Florence’s surroundings. Close to Vinci and the Padule di Fucecchio, it is the perfect destination to enjoy the peace of the Tuscan countryside or for a day trip in Chianti.

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