Regions in Tuscany
Tuscany not only impresses through art and culture, but also through its diverse landscapes. Vast plains, rolling hills, imposing mountains and inviting coastal strips all form the framework, within which the beautiful Tuscan towns and cities developed over the centuries.
Long sandy beaches, lively resorts and ports are situated in West Tuscany at the foot of the majestic Apuanic Alps and their white Carrara marble. In addition, Pisa and Lucca offer incomparable historical monuments. more
Florence enjoys worldwide fame as an art metropolis and cradle of the Renaissance. The rolling landscape of the Chianti is no less well known, thanks to its mediaeval castles and famous winegrowing estate. more
Beautiful views and mediaeval architecture define Central Tuscany's charm. The city of Siena offers a unique atmosphere. The towers of San Gimignano stand spectacularly in the gentle landscape. more
The historical districts of East Tuscany lie high above a fertile region. The fascinating architecture and views of the towns and cities off the beaten path are worth visiting. more
Unique nature, wild horses, bays and beautiful coastlines define the Maremma in sparsely populated South Tuscany. Ancient Etruscan cities, colourful ports and mediaeval buildings complete the picture. more
As the Tyrrhenian Venus rose from the sea, according to legend, seven jewels, the Tuscan islands, fell from her tiara. Even today, the islands fascinate with their attractive bathing spots and unique nature. more
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