Life Beyond the Room Custom Travel
Population: 3.7 million
Best time to visit: All year
Suggested length of stay: 14 days
- Explore the countryside in a vintage car
- Take a history tour of Florence
- Eat at the iconic Macelleria Cecchini
- Visit multiple wineries
- Rejuvenate in the thermal baths
Tuscany is a land of captivating beauty, where the gentle rolling hills and canopies of cypress trees intertwine with ancient vineyards basking under the Tuscan sun. This charming region has inspired artists and poets for centuries, and still enchants visitors today with its incredible architecture, art, food, and wine.
Even though Fellini would disagree, the region of Tuscany is the embodiment of La Dolce Vita, the sweet lifestyle that Italians have been living for centuries.
With a diverse natural landscape encompassing the rolling hills of the Val D’Orcia, the imposing and rugged Apennine Mountains and the striking beaches of the Tyrrhenian Sea, this region has something to offer for every taste.
And beyond its breathtaking landscape, its capoluogo Firenze is an open-air art gallery showcasing the magnificence of the Renaissance. From its majestic Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore and the Giotto’s bell tower to the David and its iconic Ponte Vecchio, Florence is the place to be for any art and architecture lover.
The overwhelming artistic heritage, the savory cuisine with its local, fresh ingredients, and the wine that is considered art itself, elevate Tuscany to an experience like no other. If you’re looking for a place that tickles your senses and soothes your soul, Tuscany should be at the top of your list of places to visit.