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The Tuscany area guide

Sights and attractions

Tuscany is one of 20 regions that make up the beautiful and ancient country of Italy. This is an area as famous for its landscapes as it is for its art, culture and architecture – so anyone looking for a truly authentic Italian experience will find exactly what they are looking for here. Tuscany is home to around 3.8million people, of which 382,000 reside in the regional capital of Florence – which has been labelled as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The total population of Tuscany accounts for slightly more than 6% of the entire population of Italy.

Tuscany is considered by historians to be the birthplace of the Renaissance and was once home to a large number of incredibly influential scientists, artists and architects. Many of the products of the middle ages and Renaissance can still be observed today. Any visit to Tuscany would be incomplete without a trip to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Il Duomo di Firenze or Michelangelo’s world-famous sculpture of David.

While Tuscany may be famous for its art, culture and architecture, they are not the only cards the region has up its sleeve. The Chianti region produces a wine bearing the same name. Chianti is a rich red, enjoyed by millions of people the world over. Funnily enough, the Chianti region earned itself the nickname Chiantishire, after the number of British people that would head there for their annual summer holiday.

Restaurants and cafes

Wherever your travels take you in this fabulous region, one thing is for certain: you will never be too far from great food and drink. Hundreds of restaurants are dotted all over the place in Tuscany. From small, family-run establishments in small towns and villages, right up to Michelin-starred restaurants in the bigger cities.

At the more wallet-friendly end of the scale is Trattoria da Rosanna in Casal di Pari. This tiny little village lies well off the tourist path and the food served up in Da Rosanna is hearty, filling and delicious. A two-course meal here with a flask of local red wine will set you back an incredibly reasonable €15 per head. At the other end of the scale lies the three Michelin-starred Enoteca Pinchiorri in Florence. The chef here specialises in modern Tuscan cuisine and the food is well worth the expensive price tag!


Those who never shy away from an opportunity to hit the shops will find themselves falling even more in love with Tuscany. The area is home to a large number of shops, malls and designer outlets that are more than happy to cater to your needs to keep your wardrobe and home up to date.

The largest shopping centre in the Tuscany region is Centro Commerciale I Gigli, which is located to the north-west of Florence. I Gigli houses more than 130 stores within its confines, with brands like Apple, Hollister and Zara all having a presence there.

If designer fashion is more your thing, make the trip to The Mall – a high fashion outlet to the south-east of Florence that is home to an extensive selection of the names commonly associated with the finest in European fashion. Here, you will often be able to pick up designer goods from as little as €20 – talk about a bargain!


The majority of people looking to take a trip to the region of Tuscany will most likely find that they fly through either Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa or through Amerigo Vespucci Airport (sometimes referred to as Peretola) in Florence. As these are the only two international airports in Tuscany, it wouldn’t be unfair to assume that the majority of tourists travelling to the region will pass through the gates at either of these airports at some point.

For those without their own car, you will find public transport to be an incredibly efficient and reliable way of getting from place to place. All major cities in Tuscany are served by railway and there are also a large number of coach services available for charter as well.

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