Orsanmichele church Florence
Chiesa di Orsanmichele (Church of Orsanmichele) is situated in the Tuscan city of Florence. Orsanmichele is also known as the Kitchen Garden of Saint Michael. This beautiful church is the centre of attraction in the city of Florence and is truly a remarkable place to visit. Read more
Piazza dei Leoni Empoli
Empoli is a small commune in the region of Tuscany, Italy. It lies to the south of the River Arno and is situated in a plain that is very fertile for agriculture. Since early times, the people of Empoli have been growing their own food products and hence this region has developed a reputation... Read more
Forte dei Marmi
Lying near the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, Forte dei Marmi is a resort town in the Province of Lucca in Tuscany, Italy. Developed as an early Roman settlement, this town today, is a major tourist attraction for people from all over the globe. Hence, the place is found bustling with tourists, especially in... Read more
San Miniato al Monte
San Miniato al Monte (The Abbey of San Miniato al Monte) is situated at one of the highest points in the city of Florence, Tuscany. Many people refer to this building as one of the most beautiful churches in all of Italy. It is a fine example of Romanesque architecture and is truly, a... Read more
Greve in Chianti
Greve in Chianti is a municipal town located in Tuscany, Italy. As it is located in Val di Greve adjacent to a small, fast-flowing Greve river, thus the name Greve in Chianti was coined in 1972. This town falls in the province of Florence and rises about 236 meters above sea level. This town... Read more
Lido di Camaiore
Lido di Camaiore or Beach of Camaiore is a small town located along the coast, near the coastal city of Camaiore, in the province of Lucca, in Tuscany, Italy. The beach of Lido de Camaiore stretches for 4 km, meeting the Ligurian Sea with its sandy shore. At one end, the beach meets the... Read more
Santa Maria della Spina Chruch Pisa
Santa Maria della Spina is a small church, built in Gothic style, in the city of Pisa, Tuscany. Initially, the church was given the name Santa Maria di Pontenovo, when it was constructed in the year 1230. The name was changed to Spina which means thorn, due to the presence of a thorn on... Read more
Terrazza Mascagni Livorno
Being Tuscany’s major port and second largest city, Livorno is a major spot for tourists and locals who wish to spend their vacations near the seaside. With plenty of seafood, historic sites and easy accessibility from other cities like Florence or Pisa; a day-trip or even a stay at this busy port city becomes... Read more
Piazza Santa Croce Florence
Florence is a city in Tuscany, Italy, which is famous for being a major tourist destination. Most Italian towns and cities are built with a number of central squares or piazzas, around which other buildings have been constructed. One of the main squares in this amazing and busy city is the Piazza Santa Croce (Square... Read more
Saint Domenico Church Siena
Basilica di San Domenico is one of the churches in Siena, Tuscany, which holds extreme significance for its people. It is often referred to as Basilica Cateriniana. The church is magnificent in the simplicity of its design and architecture. Construction on this famous church was started early, in the 13th century. However, in the... Read more