TuscanyTuscany is one of Italy's most visited regions, much loved for its cities of art, small villages, and hills covered by vines, from which some of the world's most famous wines are made, and for its villas and historic dwellings at the end of cypress-flanked paths.
The Maremma, a land that is still wild and pure in places, is very interesting from the points of view of nature, history, and culture. Parks, protected areas and natural parks; the immense beauty of the heart of Tuscany.
From the historical towns of Monte Amiata to the seaside little towns.
Not to be missed: The medieval towns of Bolgheri, Populonia, Castagneto Carducci, Suvereto and Campiglia Marittima.
A little further away, with its almost 3,000 years of history - not only Etruscan - San Gimignano, UNESCO heritage city, is famous for its towers. Massa Marittima boasts a majestic cathedral, San Galgano, a place of myth and legend. Florence, Siena and Pisa can all be visited in one-day trips.
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