Trentino Alto Adige
Tuscan Hill Towns
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Tuscany Points of Interest
Tuscan Hill Towns
Volterra Guarnacci Etruscan Museum
Etruscan museum in Volterra full of artifacts from the Etruscan civilization living around Volterra in Tuscany. Museum hours open every day 9-1 and 3-6:30.
Piazza Della Passera
Piazza della Passera is the square of the prostitutes, named because of Passera's meaning in Fiorentine dialect.
Italy Vacation with Isabella Dusi: Tuscany Montalcino & San Gimignano
Italy vacation with Isabella Dusi visits region of Tuscany San Gimignano and Montalcino traveling Italy to see the towerhouses of San Gimignano, taste super Tuscan wine, and shop for Tuscan ceramic.
Montalcino town in Tuscany, west of Pienza, close to the Crete Senesi in Valdorcia. It is 30 miles from Siena, 110 km from Florence and 150 km from Pisa. Montalcino is famous for its Brunello di Mont...hover to read more
San Gimignano Tower house
San Gimignano tower houses where Guelphs and Ghibellines, factions supporting, respectively, the Pope and the Holy Roman Emperor in central and northern Italy during the 12th and 13th centuries, lived...hover to read more
Volterra: Piazza Priori
Tuscany's first Palazzo, Volterra's 13th Century architecture frames one of Italy's most picturesque squares.
Tuscany at a Glance
A few ways to enjoy Tuscany.
First and foremost, agri-food products like wine and cured meats. Beyond the cuisine, ceramics and porcelain. Renown since Medieval times, the exquisite fabric that is worked in the Prato area still t...hover to read more
Tuscany and its cities
Florence is a city of art, a Renaissance treasure chest. The Etruscan inheritance in Cortona, Arezzo, Volterra. Siena’s terracotta and Pisa’s white limestone. And surrounding the ten provinces is ...hover to read more
Tuscany Aerial Tour
Tuscany is culture, art, history and nature. The hills of Chianti, Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, San Gimignano, Arezzo, Cortona are some of the sights touched upon in this rapid overflight of Tuscany ...hover to read more
Visions of heaven and hell that might have inspired Dante for his Divine Comedy: from Montecerboli, “the devil’s mountain” where geo-thermal energy is produced, to the sweet hills full of viney...hover to read more
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