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Tuscany see + do

It's pretty much impossible to "do" Tuscany in a single trip: Its cultural and natural riches are almost endless, and they're also well spread out across the region. It's best to choose an area—like the Val d'Orcia, or Lucca, Pisa, and the Versilia resorts—and explore it thoroughly; alternatively, pick a theme (early Renaissance frescoes; Brunello di Montalcino wine; the area's hot springs and Gothic abbeys) and run with it. See the Lay of the Land section for a sense of where the main towns and areas are in relation to one another. Unless you're planning to spend most of your time in a single town or hop from one to another by bus or train, a car is pretty much essential. Alternatives include walking, cycling, or riding tours, which are offered by an increasing number of specialized tour operators in both guided and self-guided formats (but don't underestimate the gradients involved, especially if you're considering a cycling holiday; away from the coast, there are very few flat roads).

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Pisa, Pisa

Today most people associate the town with the Leaning Tower, but Pisa is a proud provincial capital with a lot more to offer. From the 11th to the 13th...more

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Pistoia, Pistoia

Slow-paced Pistoia is relatively tourist-free, but a stroll through its beautifully preserved pedestrian historical center is a must. The impressive duomo...more

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Tuscan Gardens in Tuscany

With its ancient cypresses, formal vegetable garden around a multilevel fish pond, and exquisite teatro di verzura (outdoor theater, its backdrop formed by...more

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Val d'Orcia, Val d'Orcia

The open,gently rolling hills of Val d'Orcia, recently named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, are among the most beautiful landscapes in Italy. Take the...more

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Volterra, Volterra

This was once the northernmost of the Etruscan League of 12 cities, but today its appearance is largely medieval. There are a few historical remnants,...more

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Wine Touring in Tuscany

Most of the larger wineries in the three most famous zones—Chianti Classico, Montalcino, and Montepulciano—now offer the chance to taste and...more

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