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Thread: 4 Days in tuscany

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2014

    Default 4 Days in tuscany

    Hi All ,

    I am planning to visit Italy through my honey moon , I will be visiting :

    - Rome 3 Days
    - Tuscany 4 Days
    -Venice 2 Days
    - Garada Land 1 Day

    I am really confused about the following :

    - My itnerity of my trip ( From where i have to start )
    - Where will be my best base in Tuscany ?

    I am thinking to be in southern Tuscany as i am looking for peaceful places with green landscapes , and i would prefer to stay in one hotel in southern Tuscany and hire a car to go around the area .

    Your suggestion is appreciated as it will be the first time to visit Europe .

    Thanks in advance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Florence, Italy


    If you arrive in Rome and depart from Rome, you could do first 2 days in Rome, then move up to Tuscany (rent a car at this point), then do Gardaland before Venice, since it would be much easier to have a car to get there and move around, dropping off the car in Venice. You could then return to Rome a day early and spend your last day there.

    As for Tuscany, you could take train from Rome to Chiusi, rent a car there and then drive to the Val d'Orcia, using that as your base. There is enough to see in the region - check this section out: http://discovertuscany.com/valdorcia/

    I take it you're not interested in Florence? If you are, I'd do 2 days in Florence, rent a car and spend 2 days in Chianti instead.

    If you run out of time, I'd take out Gardaland as it is an amusement park with rides. Really depends on your experience, but as a first experience in visiting Europe, I'd spend the extra day in Florence or Tuscany rather than there.
    Where to stay in Tuscany? Read this if you will have a car and this if you won't!
    When is the best time to visit? Make sure to read this!

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