Between fields of sunflowers and lovingly-tended vineyards, you can walk or cycle down ancient roads with evocative names, such as via Cassia, or via Francigena, stopping off in the villages of Chianti to sample the small pleasures in life, like a glass of wine, a piece of pecorino or a slice of fennel salami as you admire the nature around you.
Discover the birthplaces of art with visits to Florence, Siena, Pisa and Lucca – the great art cities – in search of the masterpieces of the great masters of the Italian Renaissance. Immerse yourself in the medieval atmosphere amongst the towers of San Gimignano, then bring a kiss to Florence and blow it from the Ponte Vecchio. Peruse the antiques stalls at the market in Arezzo and take the obligatory selfie in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the most iconic of Italy’s attractions.
And when you’re all cultured out, just change your destination and in less than an hour, you’ll be at the seaside.
Discover many forms of coastline that Tuscany has to offer: from the golden sands of Versilia (the place to be seen) to the wild coves of Maremma, by way of the islands of the Tuscan archipelago.
Take a dip in the crystal-clear sea - awarded many a blue flag - and consider how much history surrounds you: everyone from the Etruscans to Napoleon has come through here!
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