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Top Destinations for Kids in Milan

Milan is a well-known destination, which is acknowledged as the world’s capital of fashion. Fashionistas, undeniably, enjoy traveling to this fantastic city, but fashion isn’t everything the city’s all about. On the opposite, Milan is a cultural mecca as well, while being an exciting destination for kids as well. Traveling with children to Milan is […]

sardinia

Unique and Scenic Beaches in Italy

Italy, bounded by water to the west, south, and east, boasts more than 4,700 miles of coastline. It’s only natural that the Italian peninsula would include some of the world’s most scenic beaches. From the Italian Riviera to the Amalfi Coast, from the islands of Sicily and Sardinia to the Adriatic Sea, Italy has plenty […]

Volterra in Tuscany

Volterra in Tuscany

Just a short distance from Florence and Pisa and several other better known Tuscany towns is the town of Volterra that sits on a hill top like several of the Tuscan towns and cities.

Pienza, Main square

Travel to Pienza

Often referred to as cute and cozy, you’ll find those two words fit the town of Pienza to a “T”. The birthplace of Pope Pius II who took it upon himself to actually remodel the town in 1459 or 1450, he picked Bernardo Rossellino as his man to do the planning with a renaissance flair.  […]

Montalcino

Montalcino holidays

Located in the province of Siena is the hill based town of Montalcino.  A neighbor to Florence, Pisa, and Siena the location has been in use since the days of the ancient Romans.

Montepulciano, Tuscany

Montepulciano tourism

The walled city of Montepulciano located in Tuscany is a site to see that will stay with you for a lifetime.  It’s legendary fine wines called Vino Nobile, Renaissance architecture, cuisine, art, and people are a spotlight on what’s so great about the Tuscany region.  It’s actually built on sloping limestone and is home to […]

Empoli central square

Empoli vacation

You’ll find lots of history and adventure in Empoli on your Tuscany vacation.  This town goes back to the 8th century first as a castle and then for official recognition in 1119 AD as a city.  The town today is situated around the Piazza Farinata degli Uberti the focus of the city’s historical buildings.

Pitigliano houses

Travel to Pitigliano

Another medieval place to visit in the Tuscany region is the town of Pitigliano located in the Maremma of Tuscany.  It’s a fantastic place that sits atop a ridge looking like fortress out of some Hollywood movie.

Pistoia

Pistoia travel guide

Nestled between the Tuscan areas of Florence and Lucca is Postoia the capital of the Pistoia province and is a definite destination for travelers who visit Italy and especially the Tuscany region.  Visitors are often astounded by the legendary Piazza del Duomo which is in the main section or square.  It’s got that medieval look […]

Livorno, Quartiere Il Pontino

Livorno travel guide

Your Tuscany adventure wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Livorno!  It’s unique in that as a port city it has been the landing spot for visiting cultures from around the word.  You’ll find it’s history is well represented here as the cross cultural influences still exit to this day. The dress, the cuisine, the […]

Florence, Fountain of Neptune

Florence travel guide

Vacationers from around the world flock to the capital city of Tuscany in Italy called Florence. With about 370,000 people it’s the largest population in Tuscany. Home to the birth of the Renaissance it’s a city with so much history under it’s belt it’s no wonder they have such a thriving tourist industry.

Tuscany vineyard

Vacation in Tuscany

Who can resist the urge to visit the legendary region of Tuscany, Italy? This area boasts a history so rich that it has changed the face of human history. Be it the arts, politics, or religion Tuscany offers such a rich culture that it’s almost irresistible for a traveler to Italy to ignore it.