Tuscany, located on Italy’s west side, lies adjacent to the Tyrrhenian
Sea and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in the
world to visit. We invite you to come, embrace our Renaissance history,
view our fine arts, and experience our majestic countryside and warm
hospitality. Last but not least, come fall in love with our wonderful
Tuscan cuisine and fine wines & for the duration of your stay, live
la dolce Vita!
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Wherever you are staying in Tuscany you will quickly embrace and cherish
the Tuscan experience. We invite you to explore the treasures of the
Renaissance in Florence & Siena, walk the 16th Century
walls of Luca, climb the leaning tower of Pisa or relax in the sun
kissed countryside of Firenze. With so much to offer it’s hard to know
where to begin. We invite you to contact our local representative who
will be happy to discuss the array of possibilities awaiting you as well
as the locations you may wish to include in your itinerary.
Simple yet wonderful cuisine and fine wines are the very hallmark of
Tuscan cuisine. Strong emphasis on combining the freshest of locally
grown ingredients with olive oils, truffles, garlic and wines results in
not simply a meal, but an amalgamation of our rich culture and
traditions. If experiencing our cuisine and wines is an important part
of your trip, allow our Tuscany agent to advise as to the areas you may
want to visit for inspiring local dining experiences.
The best things you will take home from Tuscany are the memories…… For
those wanting a more tangible keepsake you will find a trove of exciting
shopping options located throughout the region. Local food and crafts
markets will provide some wonderful art pieces and designer clothes;
shoes and handbags are available in most of the larger towns. Ceramics
and colorful glassware will make wonderful gift options and for those
serious, spare no expense shoppers; the finest antiques can be shipped
back home to become a permanent part of your collection.
Tuscany has two international airports, the Galileo Galilei
International Airport in Pisa and Amerigo Vespucci Airport, also
referred to as Peretola, in Florence. Located only 80 km from each other
both airports are convenient options. Pisa airport is the larger of the
two airports and typically the first choice. Visitors coming from North
America typically have stopovers elsewhere in Europe such as London or
Paris where you can connect to a competitively priced European carrier
for direct flights to Pisa.
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