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4 Slow Itineraries in Tuscany
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4 Slow Itineraries in Tuscany

Are you planning your holiday in Tuscany? The richness of the offer of this splendid region does not make the choice easy. The places to see are many and all beautiful. So how to choose your ideal holiday in this dream land? What places to visit in Tuscany? How to organize your holiday in Tuscany?...

Taste and Relax in the Crete Senesi
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Taste and Relax in the Crete Senesi

A slow journey through the magical atmosphere of Tuscany, with romantic landscapes as a background for a wonderful holiday for two. If you are gourmets and want to enjoy relaxing days, then a holiday in the Crete Senesi is what you need. Here are our tips for your holiday in the Crete Senesi, Podere Salicotto...

10 things you should do in Tuscany
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10 things you should do in Tuscany

Are you planning your trip to Tuscany and don’t want to miss the best? Here is the article for you. Why take a trip to Tuscany? In this article you will also find the answer to this question. What to do in Tuscany? Here are the 10 things you should do during your next trip...

RADICOFANI AND THE TUSCAN ROBIN HOOD
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RADICOFANI AND THE TUSCAN ROBIN HOOD

If you want to discover one of the most spectacular Tuscan fortresses, we suggest you to travel to the southern borders of the Val d’Orcia. Following the Via Francigena you will reach Radicofani. The impressive Fortress can be seen from several miles away, overlooking the valley. THE FORTRESS OF RADICOFANI It is a majestic fortress built around the year 1000...

15 August in Tuscany
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15 August in Tuscany

Spending Ferragosto in Tuscany is an excellent idea. Here are some tips for a different 15 August holiday for those who want to stay away from the crowded beaches. Mid-August in Tuscany is not just the ocean, it is also events and festivals or good food and a very relaxing time in good company. GIOSTRA DEL SARACINO...

Discover the Val d’Orcia along the Via Cassia
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Discover the Val d’Orcia along the Via Cassia

The Via Cassia is an ancient consular road that still connects Siena with Rome, as it did in the Roman Age. A historical road, where the past travels next to you. A road that calls you to drive slowly and awakens the pleasure of following an extraordinary landscape. The Tuscan landscape that everyone dreams of....

Tuscan Recipes: La Panzanella
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Tuscan Recipes: La Panzanella

Panzanella is a typical Tuscan recipe, a rustic and summer recipe. Panzanella is a poor man’s dish of the Tuscan country tradition, very simple to prepare. No need for cooking, farmers used to eat it in the fields, during summer work when they remained outside all day. The idea of ​​this tasty recipe comes from...

Itinerary: 7 days in Tuscany
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Itinerary: 7 days in Tuscany

Tuscany is a fabulous show that is renewed every day and the Sienese countryside certainly deserves special attention. A lush countryside that seems painted, plenty of charming villages that scent of medieval times and traditions. A unique land to be enjoyed slowly, between the Val d’Orcia and the Crete Senesi, including excellent wines such as...

Slow Travel in Tuscany
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Slow Travel in Tuscany

Are you looking for an authentic Tuscan experience? Travelling is like opening a window onto the world: slow travel means having your own unique experience with people and places. All you need to know for your trip to Tuscany. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM A TRIP TO TUSCANY? Breathtaking beauty, art and culture, extraordinary nature, generous...

TUSCANY AMONG PARKS AND GARDENS
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TUSCANY AMONG PARKS AND GARDENS

In this article we want to suggest you an itinerary of “green beauty”, discovering the most beautiful parks and gardens of this splendid corner of Tuscany. We are in the Terre di Siena between the Val d’Orcia park, a UNESCO heritage site, the Crete Senesi and the Val di Chiana. Here you can relax and...

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