Accommodation in Tuscany

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Welcome to Tuscany

Explore Tuscany

Widely thought of as one of Europe’s most beautiful regions; Tuscany really has it all. Gorgeous Renaissance cities, pristine sandy beaches, fantastic local produce and a whole lot more. Florence, Pisa, Livorno and more beautiful towns are central to this region. Outside of the cities is one of Italy’s most famous wine and olive oil producing regions, with row upon row of manicured vineyards and olive groves stretching across the rolling, hilly landscape.

About Tuscany

Tuscany has been populated for more than a millennium, its countryside is dotted with buildings and ruins dating from the Roman period, and even before this to the Etruscan civilisation.

  • Leonardo Da Vinci was born in Tuscany in 1452.
  • Pisa actually has more than one leaning tower, as the entire city is built on unstable marshland.

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Where to Stay

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The Tuscan region offers a fantastic range of accommodation. Many visitors choose to base themselves in a city and explore the rural regions outside: If this is your preference you’ll have to choose between the cultural splendour of Florence, the seaside charm of Livorno or the medieval majesty of Siena, to name but a few. It is the countryside, however, that is really at the heart of Tuscany, and many visitors like to opt for a more authentic experience out in the villages that pepper the hillsides of this beautiful. Tuscany’s coastline is another reason the region is beloved by so many; there are some fantastic places to stay on the beaches of Italy’s west coast, and even on the idyllic outlying islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Things to Do

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Tuscany’s two biggest draws are its history, as the home of some of the world’s most important art, and its beautiful nature and countryside way of life. The two exist hand in hand here, and it’s easy to enjoy both, even within a short trip. The leaning tower of Pisa is the region’s most iconic sight. Pisa is worth is spending a day in, as there are many more architectural marvels to admire here, as well as the quaint narrow streets lined with coffee shops and boutiques. Florence is the cultural capital, the centre of museums and galleries where some of the most important art works of the Renaissance period are on display. Outside of the cities, Tuscany’s countryside is a work of art in itself, with wineries, farmhouses, ancient Etruscan ruins and much more to explore.

Eating and Drinking

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Tuscany is a paradise for foodies, home to one of the world’s most proud and sophisticated culinary traditions. The cities are packed with restaurants that vye for your attention with their range of colourful dishes from locally produced ingredients. Tuscany is also at the heart of Italy’s winemaking region, with tasting tours available in many of the smaller towns - Chianti, at the centre of Tuscany, is the famous wine growing region. A great option for anyone with an interest in food is to visit an ‘agriturismo’. These are countryside houses, often working farms, that offer authentic home cooked Tuscan food to visitors. Thanks to the region’s temperate climate, Tuscan cuisine is as rich as it is varied, be sure to try Ribollita, a tasty vegetable soup, and at least one dish with cannelini beans, an essential ingredient in many Tuscan dishes.

Getting Around

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Tuscany’s highlights are spread over a pretty wide area, so packing a lot of the region into one trip is sure to involve a lot of travelling. Italy’s train network is reliable and affordable, the region’s larger towns and cities are well connected by train and bus routes, so easy to travel between. As always, however, to really get out into the countryside you’ll need your transport. Cars can be rented easily all over the region. The roads are very safe, though visitors should take note of driving restrictions which are in place in many of the town and city centres. Many visitors opt to explore Tuscany by bike, which is a great way to get out into the gorgeous countryside, although there are some steep hills to deal with. The towns and cities themselves are easy to navigate on foot, with convenient public transport networks of their own.

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10 Excellent
November 2017
A Casa di Luisa-Appartamento B/Ametista

Great host who was able to accept request at last minute. Apartment is in good location.

10 Excellent
November 2017
Room "Acquerelli"

Elisabetta is a friendly and helpful hostess. I received a very good description in advance how to reach her place. The house is just around the corner from a bus station, very easy to go to town and back. Elisabetta gave me a lot of use...

8 Very good
November 2017
LaDolceVita Breakfast 3bedplaces+aircond

We had a nice stay at this apartment. The location was outside the hustle and bustle of the city, yet only a couple of miles away, which we preferred. The apartment was cozy and modern. The bathroom and shower were like new and the be...

10 Excellent
November 2017
Apartment Florence near Santa Croce

We had a great time in Florence. Silvia welcomed us very well and helped us a lot when we needed it. The apartment is spacious, quiet and close to everything you need to see. I highly recommend!

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