Are you heading down to Tuscany for a vacation? Here are the top five places you cannot afford to miss out when you get here.
Firenze is a fierce combination of both magical and charming! You cannot find the right words to describe this cradle of Renaissance. There are so many places you can stop by here, from the cathedral, Ponte Vecchio to the Piazza Della Signoria, you are sure t enjoy every time spent In Firenze.
Just like Firenze, you should not fail to check out this place; there are so many interesting and historical places to visit in Pisa. The city is famous for the legendary leaning tower, and the Piazza die Miracoli( Field f Miracles). You will also find so many other hidden treasures which can only be uncovered by wandering through the city. Don’t just stop at the Piazza dei Miracoli, ensure to visit places like Piazza dei Cavalieri, Borgo Largo, Borgo Stretto, Piazza delle Vettovaglie and even the Lungarno. There are so many interesting spots in these locations; you will find the San Matteo Museum and the fantastic “Chiesa Della Spina” church. You can even choose to go through a Galileo itinerary for a better experience.
Chianti is home to some of the most significant vineyards and olive plantations that are often thought of with Tuscany and is located just a few kilometers away from south of Florence. There is a long series of cross-country roads if you choose to go on a fancy car ride or a bike trip. The place is just a paradise for all kinds of choice foods and wine.There are a lot of routes which you can use to visit this food city. You can use the chiastic traditional paths which cut across towns like Greve, Gaiole, and Castellina in Chianti. You can also decide to follow the Pesa Valley which cuts across the Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, San Donato in Poggio, San Casciano Val Di Pesa, Badia a Passignano and plenty other hidden exciting places.
You will be making a big mistake if, after all your stay in Tuscany, you don’t visit Siena. The old city has a cute vibe that differentiates it from all other smaller towns. You just have to walk around in the city square and see for yourself the cobblestone streets and old buildings.Siena is renowned all around the world for the Palio an annual occurrence on the 2nd of July and August 16th. The beautiful center of the city has that perfect shell-shape. You can come here even to see the 88 meter Torre del Mangia or possibly, climb it if you can.Another place you must visit is the cathedral with its overwhelming black and white façade, magnificent interior, spectacular vault and marble mosaic floor.
San Gimignano is a beautiful hill town in Tuscany.. The town is surrounded by a large countryside with vineyards where they make the Vernaccia wine. This spot is worth the trip1.