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These are the Best Places to Visit in Coastal Tuscany

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Places to see, Things to do, Tuscany

The region of Tuscany is big, beautiful and full of wonderful experiences. However, coastal Tuscany is especially intriguing. A visit to the coast will bring rugged mountain views, glistening blue waters, and sandy beaches to explore. You’ll find the glitz and glamour as well as the more natural and rugged scenery. If you’re ready to […]

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4 Amazing Restaurants Near the Duomo in Florence

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Florence, Food & drink, Tuscany

Florence is teeming with fantastic restaurants because after all, this is a food city. And while you can find delicious meals anywhere, there are some particularly great spots near the Duomo in Florence. The Duomo is a focal point in the city and is surrounded by fantastic architecture, tourist attractions, and great people watching. So, […]

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19 Things Not to Miss in Pisa

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Things to do, Tuscany

Looking for things to do in Pisa? We’ve got 19 of them for you. Located in one of Italy’s most famous regions, Tuscany, Pisa is famous for its leaning tower. However, this city runs deeper than its claim to fame. While most tourists take a train in, snap a few funny photos in front of […]

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23 Unforgettable Things to Do in Siena

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Things to do, Tuscany

Located in the centre of Tuscany, Siena is known for its medieval buildings, main town square, and history. In fact, the town centre is historic, earning itself a UNESCO World Heritage designation. Siena was settled by Etruscan tribes but didn’t start thriving until the Roman era. It’s now a hot spot for viewing architecture, museums, […]

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These are the Best Beaches in Sicily

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Places to see, Sicily, Things to do

Sicily is an Italian island known for its beauty, especially when it comes to the beaches. In fact, this island is home to 1,000km of coastline, so you’ll have quite a few sandy spots to choose from. Stick to the northern end of the island if you’re looking for a more tried and tested, laid […]

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A Guide to the Most Beautiful Cities in Tuscany

Tuscany has long been known as one of Italy’s most beautiful regions. The rolling hills, acres of vineyards, and world-class architecture make Tuscany look postcard perfect from every angle. From historic cities to quaint and charming hill towns, this part of Italy is an absolute wonder for everyone who visits. If you have the time, […]

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The Best Restaurants Near The Trevi Fountain

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Food & drink, Lazio, Rome

Rome’s Trevi Fountain is an absolute must-see when visiting this great city. Whether you’re stopping by during the day or at night, the fountain is a beautiful site that makes it onto most itineraries. Sightseeing all day can work up an appetite, which is why it’s important to know where the best restaurants near the […]

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Christmas in Italy – Everything You Need to Know

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Places to see, Things to do, Where to stay

Christmas in Italy is a big deal. In fact, celebrations run from December 24th all the way through January 6th. People in Italy absolutely love to celebrate Christmas, and if you happen to be visiting during December, you’ll get to fall in love with this holiday all over again, the Italian way. There are festivals, […]

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These are the Best Places to Stay in Tuscany

By <a>{authorName}</a> on {date} in Blog, Tuscany, Where to stay

Tuscany is one of the most beautiful regions in Italy and it’s visited by thousands of people each year. The thing about Tuscany is that it’s pretty massive and full of absolutely incredible cities and towns to visit. In fact, planning a trip to the Tuscan countryside can get a bit overwhelming, especially when trying […]

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Italy in January – Things to See and Do

Italy in January is full of holiday cheer, stunning natural scenery, and less tourists than usual. It’s an interesting time of the year to visit, as there are Christmas markets, fresh blankets of snow, and plenty of events to keep you busy. If you’re hoping to experience some holiday spirit, less crowds, and cheaper prices, […]

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