complex and hybrid land nestled between the Val d’Orcia and the Maremma, the Amiata area is a hub of life and culture that takes its name from Monte Amiata, a 1,738-metre dormant volcano dominating the landscape. In a place so rooted in its nature, its story can only be told through the elements, and so we offer here …

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According to legend, the seven islands that make up the Tuscan Archipelago were gems in Venus’s necklace that fell into the Tyrrhenian: today they are a true natural paradise, cared for thanks to the Arcipelago Toscano National Park, which covers a stretch of sea over 600 square kilometers between Livorno and the Argentario promontory. The …

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Golden beaches, an inland dotted with small villages and nature reserves waiting to be explored, a moderate climate and a nightlife full of performances and entertainment: this is the Versilia, a stretch of coastline that extends for 20 kilometres, neighbouring hills cultivated with rows of olive trees and vineyards, Lake Massaciuccoli and the peaks of the Apuan …

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One of the most iconic images of Livorno is the Terrazza Mascagni, a quasi-infinite structure with a stunning view over the sea. But Livorno is more than just a beach town—it’s a busy port city and has been since the second half of the 16th century, when the powers-that-were decided to transform this fishermen’s village, built around …

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Immortalized by local writer Giosuè Carducci in his poem “Davanti a San Guido”, with the words “I cipressi che a Bolgheri alti e schietti van da San Guido in duplice filar” (“The cypress trees stand straight and true from Bolgheri to San Guido in double rows”), this centuries-old town was developed around a medieval castle …

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Siena shines perfectly from a distance in its medieval magnificence. The three hills amid which the city rests rise up like an idyllic film set, the old boundaries soften like the past into a countryside that sometimes still seem like the scene painted by Ambrosia Lorenzetti in the Allegory of Good Government in the halls …

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With it multitude of towers sticking out against the horizon, San Gimignano is one of the most iconic and recognizable destinations in Tuscany. In every corner of the world, there lives someone with a dream to visit this ancient village and to feel the experience of stepping into a perfect Medieval postcard. A UNESCO World …

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A captivating Roman city, Pistoia is a place that wows art lovers and tourists in search of centuries-old traditions. Poets and writers have always praised its charms, calling it the “city of enchanted stone” and the “city of wide streets and beautiful churches”. It’s true that the centre offers visitors the chance to explore cloisters …

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Volterra has an unmistakable Medieval character, where the atmosphere of an ancient village can still be felt and whose authenticity is protected by the relative isolation that has limited the development of the city center in the industrial era, safeguarding the city from urban speculation. History has continually left its mark on Volterra, from the …

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Pisa and its Piazza dei Miracoli have always been a fundamental stop on any trip to Tuscany. Despite the overwhelming presence of tourists from all over the world, who sometimes seem to have arrived here for the sole purpose of pretending to hold up the Leaning Tower – this sacred place still emits a timeless, evocative and powerful beauty. …

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