Palazzo Comunale Cortona
Cortona is a pleasant little town in the province of Arezzo in Tuscany, Italy. It is situated in the Val di Chiana or Chiana Valley and is known for its culture and artistic history throughout the region. The city sits on the top of a hill at an altitude of 600 meters and had been... Read more
Lucca View
Lucca is a small city in the region of Tuscany, Italy. Historically going back to the Renaissance era, where walled cities were made to protect the people from enemy attacks, this city retains all four of its surrounding fortifications, which make it quite famous in today’s time. Although the city has expanded and modernized,... Read more
Duomo di San Gimignano
The Duomo di San Gimignano (Cathedral of San Gimignano) is located in San Gimignano, in Tuscany, Italy. It is also known as Collegiata di Santa Maria Assunta (Collegiate Church of the Assumption of Mary). It is a Roman Catholic Collegiate Church and is famous for its murals and paintings, which include works of famous... Read more
Siena
The medieval city of Siena is the capital of the province of Siena, in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. Along with preserving its ancient architecture, this city has also maintained its heritage and culture of the Middle Ages. This city thrives due to tourism and has a lot to offer its visitors. The major sights... 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
Piazza Duomo Pietrasanta Versilia
Situated in the north-west province of Lucca is the Tuscan region known as Versilia. This area, perhaps best known for its stretches of long sandy beaches, extends along the coast from Liguria in the north almost to Pisa, which marks its southern extremity. The Apuan Alps form a backdrop to its historical towns, villages... Read more
David Michelangelo Florence
The Galleria dell'Accademia di Firenze, or "Gallery of the Academy of Florence" is an art museum in Florence, Italy. Famed for being home to Michelangelo's sculpture 'David', this museum hosts many other works of arts as well. Many of Michelangelo's works of art are displayed here as well as various paintings, statues and sculptures... Read more
Duomo Florence
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower or Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore, is a major tourist attraction in the city of Florence, in the region of Tuscany, Italy. Being the major Cathedral church in Florence, large crowds of tourists come to it for religious as well as sightseeing purposes. Located in the... Read more
Pistoia Tuscany
Situated between Florence and Pisa is the Tuscan province of Pistoia which although rather less visited then many other Tuscan regions has many attractions for tourists. Pistoia is divided into three main regions which are separated by geographical criteria – these are the Ombrone plain where the province's capital of the same name is... Read more
Tirrenia
Surrounded by dense pine forests on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other, Tirrenia is a small parish located near the city of Pisa, in the region of Tuscany. Founded by Mussolini in the 1930s with a view to expand it into what he called "The Pearl of the Mediterranean Sea", this... Read more