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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.  […]

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 […]

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 […]

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.

Tuscany

For centuries the region has been the site of olive groves, wineries and hills of unparalleled loveliness. At the same time, cities like Siena, San Gimignano, Pisa and Florence have provided works of architecture, painting and sculpture that are at the pinnacle of achievement.

Maremma area in Tuscany

Maremma serves as a home to Italy’s most wonderful beaches, intriguing hilltops, natural healing springs, natural parks and lush vegetations.