When traveling to a new place such as Tuscany, it would be best to have a list of places to visit to ensure that you can make your stay there a worthwhile one. This will ensure that every place that you’ll be visiting won’t have limited opening hours or that you can schedule everything up in just a single, continuous tour.
So if you have the urge to explore each of the beautiful places that are worthy to visit in Tuscany, then you check these out. Remember there are many more place that could not make in this list for a matter of pure space but they are equally beautiful especially if you want to have a special tour of tuscany to remember for the rest of your life. In the meantime however, read our pick for your potential next holiday! Enjoy.
- Florence – There are 3 words to describe this place which is historical, magical, and charming. You can never remove the Cradle of Renaissance off of this list of locations to visit in Tuscany. The places in Florence such as Ponte Vecchio, the Cathedral, and Piazza della Signoria are worthy to be visited. So don’t skip on Florence when you get the chance.
- Pisa – Apart from Florence, Pisa also deserves a spot on the top list not only for its leaning tower but also with its other hidden treasures that are worthy to be visited. When you visit this place, it is recommended that after you drop by Piazza del Miracoli, you continue along Piazza del Cavaleri, Borgo Largo and Borgo Stretto, Piazza delle Vettovaglie and eventually, Lungarno. There are loads of place for sightseeing here so make sure that you don’t miss any of them.
- Chianti – The vineyards and olive trees that are associated with Tuscany can usually be seen being spread all over the Chianti area wherein it is situated just a couple of kilometers from Florence. You can find country roads here that are ideal for a bike or car trip, and the area here is known for its food and wine paradise. If you are looking for an itinerary here then one of which is the Chianti Classico route that touches the towns of Greve in Gaiole, Chianti, and Castellina. There are lots of hidden gems can be found in this undeniably beautiful area so make sure to check each one of them out.
- Siena – If you are coming to Tuscany and you didn’t make any plans to Siena then you will surely be sorry about it. Siena has an ancient history and a unique charm to it. To make it worth your while, try to spend a whole day in this city walking along its cobblestone streets while being under the shadow of its brick buildings. This city is known for its Palio which is being held annually during the 2nd of June and the 16th of August. You can take a tour in the heart of the city, Piazza del Campo which is known for its shell-shape. Take the time to visit the Cathedral wherein it boasts a black and white façade plus a spectacular interior. You will surely be amazed by its artful architecture in which it can’t be usually found in other places that you’ll be visiting. You can guarantee that you will be having a wonderful time in Siena especially if you’re into the classic beauty.