Tuscany is worldwide one of the most popular holiday regions in Italy. The landscape of Tuscany is world-famous as a photograph. With their yellow rapeseed fields, lonely mansions on hills whose driveway is lined with cypresses. There is the charming image of the lonely stone house in a large flowering meadow surrounded by cypresses and chirping crickets. The image is not missing from any illustrated book or wall calendar of Italy. And in spring, the yellow rapeseed blooms. In addition, there are the shady pine forests that are preserved along the beaches. The fully fruity wine and the island of Elba are also known. For some time, the island of Giglio has also gained sad notoriety after a bemused captain had a cruise ship grounded off the island.
And in fact, Tuscany has everything to offer in terms of scenic, cultural and culinary experiences. Everything that makes a holiday in Italy relaxing and exciting at the same time. In the rolling hills of the Chianti wine-growing region, the noble wine thrives particularly well, which optimally complements the Fiorentina, a fine T-bone steak. And on the wide sandy beaches of the Versilia coast, the whole family gets on their enjoyment. Find out what to do in Tuscany during your holidays.
Tuscany is internationally known for its pretty medieval towns and its wealth of art. Discover with us the best places to visit in Tuscany.