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Explore Tuscany

Italy offers some of the most amazing countryside, and artistic features in the world. If you want something different from your holiday, Tuscany is definitely a place to visit. With so much to see, you can make your holiday as busy or as calm as you like. Best known for the good quality of life, it’s easy to see why people come from all over the world to stay in the charming region.

There really is something for everyone here. Fine wine and cuisine waiting round every corner, and enough art and history to see for miles, it’s an amazing place to explore. There are plenty of activities to do such as walking, hiking, cycling, and shopping in the interesting little towns. You can even learn some traditional Tuscan recipes at a local cooking class, make your own pottery, and browse round some of the stunning museums.

If relaxation is more of what you are looking for, Tuscany offers extraordinary landscapes, perfect for trying out the camera, or simply having a picnic in the breath taking settings. If you really want total relaxation on your trip Tuscany, you could try one of the famous thermal spas which come highly recommended. Thermal baths have been used for thousands of years and are made from the water of hot springs, bursting with natural healing properties. They are known to relieve stress and other ailments such as back pain and skin disorders. Mineral mud baths are usually found close by, another great way to relax and unwind while improving your health. Many people travel to Tuscany for the thermal spas alone!

With so many choices on where to stay in Italy, it’s hard to know where to start. Here is a short list of some beautiful places to holiday in Tuscany.

Florence (The regions capital)

Siena (Unspoilt, artistic town)

Chianti (Best known for the wine)

Arezzo (Popular historical city)

Cortona (Central Tuscany, plenty to do)

Click here for more information about Tuscany or to book your holiday this year.