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Explore the beautiful Italian countryside during a Tuscany tour! Indulge in the food, art, and cultural heritage of the region. Located in central Italy, Tuscany stretches from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea. And, with Florence as its capital, the region is world-famous for its landscapes, traditions, history, art, and influence on high culture. Considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, Tuscany now produces world famous wines, such as Chianti, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Morellino di Scansano, and Brunello di Montalcino. The region encompasses 7 different World Heritage sites and 120 protected natural reserves. That’s why a Tuscany trip is a must-do for wine connoisseurs and nature-lovers, alike!
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  • Ditch the hotels. Stay at a bed and breakfast rather than a hotel during your Tuscany vacation. Many private homes offer an authentic Tuscan living experience that you wouldn’t get otherwise. Plus, it’s a nice way to meet some locals.
  • Gelato grand tour. Since Florence is the birthplace of gelato, it’s both fun and delicious to create your own Gelato Tour by stopping at different gelaterias across the region!
  • Flows like water. Tuscany is internationally-renowned for its wine. You’ll find exceptionally good wine served from unlabelled bottles at local restaurants. And, by visiting small, family-owned wine orchards, you can find great wine that won’t hurt your pocketbook!


Best Time To Visit Although people do tour Tuscany throughout the year, the best times to visit are April through June and September/October. Tourism quiets down during these months, which means shorter lines at popular attractions. And, the pleasant weather makes for a more enjoyable holiday. The hottest and busiest months are July and August. Keep in mind that August serves as vacation time for Italians wishing to escape the heat of the cities in favor of rural places like, well, Tuscany.
Getting Around As a relatively small region, you’ll find it pretty easy to get around during your Tuscany daytrip. However, which mode of transportation you should use depends on where you are going. If you wish to visit smaller villages, you’ll have to take a public bus or rent a car. The cities and major towns of the region can be easily reached by train. If you find yourself short on money, you should know that travelling by train and bus costs significantly less than a rental car, plus gasoline.
Money Saving Tips On a shoestring budget? No problem. You can save a handsome sum by purchasing food and drinks from the supermarkets rather than the restaurants. Plus, it provides a unique opportunity to use local ingredients that would be either unavailable or unaffordable in your own country.
Did you know? Fun facts – Remember these tid-bits and show-off your knowledge of Tuscany:
  • The official Italian language is based on the Tuscan dialect, making Tuscany the birthplace of Italian.
  • In 1883, the story of Pinocchio was written by Carlo Collodi, a Florentine.
  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa is not the only tower that leans in the area. The bell towers at the Church of St. Nicola and the Church of St. Michele degli Scalzi also lean.
  • Tuscany is considered “a nation within a nation” because of its unique linguistic and cultural heritage.


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