There is a place in Italy where Italians were born before Italy was formed. A place where the Italian language was spoken before it was called Italian. A place of magnificent architecture, the cradle of Renissance and literature works by Dante Aligheri, Giovanni Boccaccio and Francesco Petrarca that became famous around the world.
Tuscany’s capital, Florence, and the surrounding areas offer spectacular views that attract more than 10 million visitors every year.
There is a lot to see and do in Tuscany, the difficulty is really where to start.
But why do 10 millions people come here every year?
Well, I didn’t know before, but now, having spent almost a week between Florence, Siena and the postcard-looking countryside of Chianti, I think I have a few answers.
Explore (Florence, Siena & Chianti)
Books & Bookshelves
Dream (where to sleep)