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Tuscany has a world-wide reputation for showing off the best of Italian culture, cuisine, landscapes and, of course, wine! And even just a short time spent in this wonderful part of Italy, it is obvious why. 

The destination

Photos of Tuscany's stunning vineyards, hilltop villages and historical cities always seems too picture-perfect to be true, but the reality is even better, with a new and impossibly beautiful scene around every turn of Tuscany's famously winding roads, and an indescribable quality of light which needs to be experienced.

Tuscany really does offer it all, and is incredibly accessible, with several international airports within easy reach. Should you wish to find a totally unspoilt, tranquil and remote piece of Italy to call your own, a rural villa in the midst of a vineyard would be perfect for you. Or perhaps you'd prefer a grand Italian 'Villa', in the truest sense of the word, near to one of Tuscany's many fabulous, historical towns? And we love Tuscany's often over-looked coast, with fabulous resorts waiting to be explored, such as Viareggio and Forte dei Marmi, for some fashionably-retro Italian beach culture.

As well as some of the most stunning rural scenery in the world, Tuscany is also home to Florence, Sienna and Pisa, as well as countless ancient walled, hilltop towns such as Lucca, San Gimignano and Monalcino. There is a fabulous variety of landscapes, cultures, cuisines and traditions, even within this relatively small area of Italy, and a wealth of unforgettable experiences to be had.

Location

Top tips

  • The Sunday market in Forte dei Marmi for cashmere and leather handbags
  • Spend at least a full day getting lost in Florence's historic streets
  • Ask any local where serves the best pizza or Gelato, then go there!
  • Hire a bike and cycle around the old city walls in Lucca
  • Try as many different types of Chianti as you can manage…

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