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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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Forte dei Marmi & Carrara

Forte Dei Marmi: Carrara: With its vast white-sand beaches and dramatic Apuan Alps backdrop, the chic seaside...more

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Cortona, Cortona

Dominating the fertile Valdichiana from a rocky spur, this handsome medieval walled town used to be a fairly recherché stop on the Tuscan tourist map,...more

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City of Siena, Siena

This gloriously preserved historic city is among Italy's most perfect examples of organic medieval urban planning. The centerpiece of Siena is café-lined...more

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Southern Chianti: Northern Chianti: The real Chianti is a surprisingly wild part of Tuscany, its small vineyards...more

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Around Siena

Some of Tuscany's most essential landscapes, cultural attractions, and wines are concentrated in the province of Siena. The town itself has plenty to offer, but...more

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Arezzo, Arezzo

Arezzo was the birthplace of Guido d'Arezzo, inventor of the musical scale, and medieval poet Petrarch, but these days it's most closely associated with...more

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