Are you planning on visiting Tuscany and you are figure out where to stay? There are so many great options in this charming Italian town. Come on board as we help you explore the beautiful options available to you. You probably want to lodge in a location that will allow you take in the sights and sounds of the city, and there are various places that you can stay t achieve this goal, but let’s look at the best places.
The Tuscan Countryside
This is the perfect place to lodge if you plan on visiting Tuscany. The Tuscan countryside is the central area that lies between Florence and Siena. The landscape encloses the entire region of Chianti within its borders. Lodging anywhere in this area (from Valdarno in the east to San Miniato in the west) is one of your best options. All the regions of interest which you would love to visit in Tuscany are just an hour drive from the countrysides. You can get to Pisa, the Chianti wine area, Florence, Lucca, San Gimignano, Siena, Arezzo, the Val d’Orcia, Volterra, the Crete Senesi and many other hilltop towns are easily accessible from the countrysides. Staying in the countryside of Tuscan gives the opportunity to enjoy the best thing Tuscan got to offer. They are many farmhouses and villas in the hills of Tuscany which are now luxuries apartments, hotels and lodges. These iconic buildings welcome tourists and travelers and are the best place to stay if you want to enjoy the beauty of the hills, mountains, farmlands, vineyards and the surrounding coasts.
However, you need to get your car (you can rent one here or come with your own). This will help you explore the city and get to any location. You can go on beautiful road trips, visit the various cities and explore new direction every day during your stay here. It’s best you drive around n your own, this will help you have an excellent adventure.
The Central Area
If you are going to spend less than a week in Tuscany, then the best place to stay in the central area. From here you can drive down to all regions and countryside that spreads across the landscape. You can set out days to visit places like Florence, Siena, and Pisa, depending on the number of days you have to spend in Tuscany.
If you have time on your hand and will be staying longer than one week, you can divide your time and spend them on two choice locations: the Chianti area and the Val d’ Orcia down south Tuscany. This will allow you explore the northern region better.
You can go up north into the Mugello and the town of Florence. You can even choose to explore the Apennines located in the north of Pistoia and move to the south of Siena from there. Staying at the Chianti area will allow you explore many smaller town ( Montepulciano, Pienza, Montalcino) and from here you can move east to Arezzo and Cortona