All the wonders of Tuscany are at your doorstep. Suggestions and tips for discovering the rich, historic areas.

A Relaxing Day at a Tuscan Thermal Spa

If you want to indulge yourself with health and beauty treatments they’re close by and approved by the national health service. | read more >

Exploring the Val d’Orcia: Montepulciano, Pienza, San Quirico, Montalcino, Castiglione d’Orcia and Bagno Vignoni

The Val d’Orcia is a paradise for the eyes. With a drive of about 80 kilometres, it’s possible to be enchanted by all parts of the valley in a single day. | read more >

At the Centre of Tuscany’s Art Cities

Siena, Arezzo, Florence and Lucca, four art cities famous for their variety of architectural and cultural beauties, are among the best places to visit in Italy. | read more >

Cortona and Lake Trasimeno

A visit to Umbria, passing through Cortona, involves an itinerary of around 40 kilometres – a day trip of absolute relaxation. | read more >

A stone’s throw from marvellous Umbria: Assisi and Perugia

The rolling hills of Umbria are close to Poggio al Vento and the region will leave you ecstatic for the beauty of its cities and the green landscape... | read more >

In the vicinity: the area around Poggio al Vento

The area around Poggio al Vento is studded with lovely hilltop towns scattered here and there in the splendid Val di Chiana. | read more >

“I love shopping” in Tuscany

Tuscany is a centre of high-quality handicraft production, especially clothes and shoes... | read more >