This is your must see list for your next trip to Tuscany!
We want to make sure that you enjoy the most iconic towns and attractions of this beautiful region.
If you are travelling to Tuscany for the first time, this chart is for you!
Remember that you need transportation from and to these destinations and also consider that opening hours of museums, shops, restaurants and other places may have vary or that you could run into unexpected closures (in occasion of local festivities, for example).
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N.1 Florence: Surprising, Elegant, Historical.. no adjective can perfectly describe the Cradle of Renaissance. We could not start our trip to Tuscany without Florence.
Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio… everything here is worth your time.
Pisa is the next stop, not only thanks to the famous Torre di Pisa (Leaning tower) but also because of the many hidden palaces and squares that deserve a visit.
Piazza dei Cavalieri, Borgo Stretto and Borgo Largo, Piazza delle Vettovaglie and the beautiful Lungarno way along the river.
Vineyards and olive trees are the pictures that you immage when thinking of Tuscany.. so to let your dream comes true, the Chianti area is situated just a few kilometres south of Florence, It’s the places you where thinking of.
You will find a series of country roads perfect for a bike trip, and this whole area is considered a food and wine paradise, let Bespoke Tuscany drive you through it!
Siena has an unmistackable class and an ancient background: try to stay at least one entire day in this city, getting lost through its streets in the shadow of its brick buildings. Siena is known for the Palio that takes place every year on July 2nd and August 16th. The heart of the city is Piazza del Campo, with its unique shell-shape. See the Cathedral, Palazzo Chigi and the San Domenico church!
N.5 San Gimignano (Sangi for friends)
San Gimignano is known as the “Medieval Manhattan” due to the many towers and it’s one of the best preserved hilltop towns of Tuscany. Famous for all its stone buildings and narrow streets, San Gimignano is surrounded by an amazing countryside full of vineyards that produce the famous white wine – The Vernaccia. The main square is Piazza della Cisterna and next to it you can find Piazza del Podestà (home to the Cathedral).