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
La Fattoria di Tirrenia
Tirrenia, also known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean is a parish of Pisa, Italy, with beautiful pine forests and a gorgeous sea. It is situated between the river Arno and Navicelli Canal. It is the hub for tourist attractions and is one of the “Must Visit” places in all of Tuscany. Tirrenia is... Read more
Piazza dei Miracoli Pisa
Located in central-western Tuscany, the province of Pisa covers a vast area full of plains, rolling hills and a long stretch of coastline along the river Arno. These hills include Le Colline Metallifere (The Metal-bearing Hills) in the South of the region. If you are interested in visiting the city of Pisa in this region... Read more
Piazzale Michelangelo Florence
Perhaps the most famous view of Florence is that from Piazzale Michelangelo in the Oltrarno district. The sweeping panorama from this terrace has been photographed by tourists continuously throughout the years and shows no sign of losing its popularity. On a clear afternoon from Piazzale Michelangelo the view of the city’s landmarks:... Read more
Chiesa di Santa Croce Florence
The Church of Holy Cross, or Chiesa di Santa Croce, is a beautiful and historic place to visit while in Florence. The church dates back to 1294 but did not receive consecration until 1443 by Eugene IV. Today, this is the main Franciscan church in Florence and is a minor basilica of the Roman... Read more
Galleria degli Uffizi Florence
Situated in central Florence, the Galleria degli Uffizi is widely considered to be one of the most culturally and historically significant art museums in the world receiving 1.5 million visitors every year. A total of 45 rooms display an art collection consisting primarily of paintings dating from the 13th century but there are also many... Read more
Ponte Vecchio Florence
One of the most photographed images in Florence is a medieval stone bridge called the Ponte Vecchio that runs across the River Arno at its narrowest point. The Ponte Vecchio is the oldest of Florence’s six bridges (Ponte Vecchio literally means “Old Bridge”) and it is believed a bridge was built on this... Read more