Italy: Tuscany

“With its lyrical landscapes, world-class art and a superb cucina contadina (farmer’s kitchen), the Tuscan experience is perfectly in symbiosis with the land.” – Lonely Planet

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Florence Duomo Night


The capital of Tuscany – where art meets food. 

Florence, Italy 

Chianti Region

Duomo Siena - Tuscany Italy


This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Tuscany’s main attractions and host to the Palio, a famed medieval horse race that happens twice a year and a huge bucket list item of mine. You’ll find beautiful cathedrals and churches, a large art collection and delve deeper into the Tuscan culture outside of Florence. 

One Perfect Day in Siena

Siena Food City Guide

A Quick Guide to Siena, Italy

Chianti Castle Tuscany Italy

This charming medieval city of 101 churches also has the distinction of of being the only city walls completely accessible on foot. Rent a bike and spend a day or two here. 

A Pocket Travel Guide to Lucca, Italy

Travel Guide Lucca


Arezzo Italy Festival


Scenes from the movie Life is Beautiful were shot here. If you haven’t seen it yet, stop everything you’re doing and watch it. 

See the Best of Arezzo

15 Best Things to do in Arezzo

Joost Crop on Unsplash

Joost Crop on Unsplash

You’ve come this far, why not check out the famous leaning tower! If you have the time, Pisa makes a lovely half day trip but you won’t really need much more than that.  It’s cool to see in real life but I wouldn’t rank it particularly high on an Italy must-do list.  

One Day in Pisa

Travel Guide Pisa


Tuscany Pool Italy


Haven’t gotten enough yet? There’s always more to do in Italy! 

10 Best Places to Visit in Tuscany

Tuscany Leaning Tower of Pisa Italy