The Wine Routes of Tuscany are literally the perfect way to discover local food and wine traditions. There are about 20 Wine Routes in Tuscany with plenty of choices. Above
Christmas time in Tuscany is rich in food & wine events and festivals. Each weekend there are outdoor markets in almost every town of the region. Most noteworthy it’s the
Truffle season in Tuscany starts in October. The main species found in the region are the white truffles and the black truffles. In Tuscany truffle is also known as “the
Usually, grape harvest in Tuscany starts in September. It is called “vendemmia” and, beside harvesting the grapes from the vines, is also a great social event. As for many other
Florence is the capitol of Tuscany and one of the best art cities of Italy. Here have lived and worked some of the most famous Italian artists known and admired
The port of Livorno is a strategic starting point for tours in Tuscany. The city itself is a great place to visit for its monuments, ancient piazzas, churches, fancy districts.
Montalcino is an ancient medieval village gathered on top of a gentle hill in the south of Tuscany. This area is one of the warmest and driest of the region
Tuscany, as pretty much our whole country, has an amazing number of medieval villages located on hills, mountains, coast and valleys. Usually, these towns were important strongholds or strategic settlements.
Traveling Tuscany on the road is a great way to explore the territory. The region has a well developed road network connecting the main cities to the countryside areas. Here
Chianti is one of the most famous wine in Italy and abroad. It’s production area is very charming and has an amazing environmental value. Chianti wine area is located between