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Few world regions have the same magnetic romanticism as Tuscany. Whether someone was introduced to it for the first time by Hollywood or by its amazing cuisine, it’s impossible not to fall in love with it forever. For people who have been dreaming of visiting this amazing place, the question that seems to keep them from realizing that dream is what they do when they get there; that’s where we come in!
A Quick Overview
Tuscany is a region situated on the western coast of Italy with a shore on the Tyrrhenian Sea. This region is famous for its beautiful landscapes, rich history, and delectable cuisine. With a list of accolades like this, being bored isn’t a worry its visitors should ever have.
For the Adventurous
For those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, Tuscany has no shortage of amazing scenery. On the coastline, people can enjoy long, sandy beaches, secluded lagoons, and rugged cliffs. Whether someone wants to swim, boat, or fish, they can do it on the shores of Tuscany. Besides a beautiful coastline, tourists also have the option to explore the fertile hillsides via various modes of transportation including bicycle, scooter, and horseback. The adventures only end when it’s time to sleep!
For the History Buffs
While most people herald Rome as the cultural capital of Italy, the truth is that the renaissance began in Tuscany and left a trail of history behind it. When visiting Tuscany, we certainly recommend that the history buff visit Florence, the region’s capital. The most amazing aspect of Florence is that the entire city is a museum, no entrance fee required. When walking through this city on one of many Tuscany tours, it is impossible not to be amazed by the beautiful architecture and endless art that inspired such visionaries as Dante and Da Vinci.
For the Foodies
When visiting Tuscany, we believe the best experience someone can have is visiting one of its many small towns. Getting away from the hustle and bustle of modern life is impossible in Rome; but when one enters the ancient, quiet towns nestled in this region, a whole new kind of life becomes available. Inside these small towns, visitors can enjoy the unique experience of shopping in a native market, eating at mom-and-pop eateries, and experiencing the boutique vineyards and wineries of a Tuscany wine tour.