Home town of many important artists, scientists and scholars, Toscana boasts anhistorical, literary and artistic heritage unique in the world. If you love art and culture, of simply wish to know more about the many facets of this wonderful region, check out the Tuscan Hotel that suits your needs and start your journey.
We suggest you the visit to the historical cities of Florence, Siena, Pisa, San Gimignano just to name a few, but we also recommend to consider the discovery of Tuscan nature (mountains, hills, countryside, sea and islands) and its breathtaking landscapes.
Tuscany. Tuscany is one of 20 Italian regions, number 13 among the best destinations in the world according to Trip Advisor and number 1 of the Top Best Wine Destinations in 2012. Furthermore, Tuscany is the land of Dante, Da Vinci and Benigni; the ‘Bistecca alla fiorentina’ grilled steak, Chianti and Cantucci-biscuit.
All of its 22994 km². From its cities of fine art to the Maremma, from the Versilia to the Tuscan Archipelago, from festivals to feasts, and all of this without missing out on the many wine tours. When posing the question of, "What is there to visit in Tuscany", it is not an exaggeration to say that it is worthwhile visiting each one of the territory’s km ².
All year round. In summer and spring, under a blanket of snow in winter and surrounded by leaves rustling under your feet during fall; or during harvest and at the time of the feverish preparations for Tuscany’s un-missable events – Tuscany can be lived and discovered in every month of the year and will never disappoint.
Situated in central Italy – with its regional capital Florence – Tuscany borders 5 other Italian regions: Liguria, Emilia-Romagna, the Marches, Umbria and Lazio delimit its territory from the north-west down to its most southern parts. The Tuscan coasts are bathed by both, the Ligurian and the Tyrrhenian Sea, which in turn embrace the Tuscan Archipelago with its seven major and some minor islands.
A unique, ironic and at the same time brilliant response to this “why” had been given by Roberto Benigni – the Tuscan doc per se – during one of his shows: What would Italy be without Tuscany? The Emilia Romagna would collide with Umbria, Liguria would slide into Lazio: there would be a total reversal of everything!