There are many beguiling sites of interest to visit in Florence. The shopping is great, as are the restaurants. Though one thing that must dominant anyone’s itinerary in Florence, is a visit to at least one of the art galleries or museums the city is home to.
The walled city of Lucca is quite simply a must to visit if you’re staying within its vicinity in Tuscany. The first thing that stands out when you arrive at Lucca are its well-preserved Renaissance walls that surround the historic city.
Tuscany is a wonderful part of the world to visit, and no more so than the mountainous region to the north known as the Garfagnana. With rolling hills, the Serchio River where water rushes through the lush green valleys, wooded areas and traditional old villages, many perched on high vantage points, this part of Tuscany
Sansepolcro is a hidden gem that nestles close to La Mancha and Umbria on Tuscany’s border. This traditional, medieval town, boasts honey stone buildings, palaces and piazzas, and is extremely well-preserved, reminiscent of bygone ages. Sansepolcro nestles on flat land in the upper Tiber valley, which makes it easier to walk around, unlike many of
Coming home with great fun photos of your holiday is all part and parcel of a good trip. However you may be more seriously interested in recording the wonderful areas you visit, and taking the best shots possible with your equipment. This is when choosing a good location is important. There are many wonderful places
The Garfagnana is a mountainous region in the north-western part of Tuscany. It comprises of a beautifully wild, broad valley covered in woods and dotted with picture perfect villages. Garfagnana has two natural parks: the Regional Park of the Apuan Alps and the National Park of the Tosco-Emiliano Apennines. This area of rolling hills and vineyards has
Everywhere you go in Tuscany there are enchanting towns, villages, hills, castles and vineyards. In fact, one of the best things about Tuscany is getting lost on the small roads and discovering new hidden gems, and beautiful and historic places where we you feel a timeless atmosphere, different from everywhere else in the world. Here
Tuscany is one of the most visited Italian regions, and for good reason. Tourists are infatuated with its history, culture, cities, small villages, hills covered with vineyards that give us some of the most famous wines in the world, as well as artistically rustic villas and farmhouses set amongst wonderful countryside and dramatic coastline.
The diverse and scenic lands of Tuscany are brimming with fabulous things to do for all ages and tastes. Vintage Travel explores five memorable day trips in Tuscany waiting to be experienced.
Many Cathedrals look impressive from the outside, but fail to impress or are too austere or ostentatious on the inside, but not the stunning cathedral of Siena. The ‘Duomo di Siena’ as it is known in Italian, has the form of a Latin cross, with a dome, transept and bell tower. The lantern on top