Don’t Miss Tuscany When You Visit Italy

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If your next vacation destination is Italy, then make sure to include Tuscany in your itinerary. From wine tours to a ride on Vespa and fiat, the place offers incredible things to explore. You will also find climbing towers in Florence and Pisa or you can walk in Lucca the city walls.

You can tie up with Italy Luxury Tour for making your Tuscany food and wine tours and surely do the following when you are at Tuscany.

  • Visit the Uffizi

This is located near the Ponte Vecchio and the Palazzo Vecchio, which is the famous gallery of Florence in the Uffizi gallery. This is located in centre of the city and in Tuscany. A few notable religious artworks are:

  • Venus of Urbino
  • Madonna with Child.
  • Tasting wine in Chianti

Chianti is famous for Italy’s wine region, so go for a guided tour to enjoy wine. Your driver will guide you to visit the right places for tasting different wines. You can therefore try wine without bothering at all.

  • Pay a visit to thermal springs while in Saturnia

Since the times of Etruscan, the thermal springs have been known in Saturnia. There are 2 public and free waterfalls for hot springs near Maremma, which is in southern Tuscany.

  • Go for a Vespa tour

You can get a Vespa scooter on rent and hit the streets. A scooter tour will be the best way to explore the narrow streets.

  • Interested in cooking?

During Tuscan vacations, many tourists prefer to join a cooking class. Local chefs can take you to their gardens, markets, and show you how you can prepare any signature dish.

The following are a few tourist attractions, where you may visit while you are touring Tuscany.

  • Uffizi Gallery, Florence

You will not find anywhere the finer assemblage of Renaissance paintings of Italy in the world that you can see while you are in the Uffizi.

Here, you can see the works of great artists done during the period between the 14th to 16th centuries in Florence

  • Leaning tower of Pisa

This is an Italian icon, and people from far and wide come to see this Tower of Pisa, which is leaning on one side.  This building is a combination of delicate marble arcades and artistic talents of the 12th-century of Pisa. This is a famous landmark in Italy.

  • Cathedral in Santa Maria

The magnificent cathedral of Sienna is among the few of the finest churches of Italy. Highlights of its interior are a few exquisitely carved pulpits made out of marble by Nicola Pisano.

  • Piazzale Michelangiolo in Florence

In Piazzale Michelangiolo you can see the statue of David. Go during the daytime, when you can see the beautiful church a little higher just behind the Piazzale.

  • Roman Volterra and Etruscan

There are many archaeological sites, and in the Museum in Etruscan, you can find outstanding collections, which are strong in Roman eras. While visiting the Parco Archeologico, you can see the remains of 2 temple foundations of 2nd century BC.

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