Cities in Tuscany
Campings in Tuscany, Italy
SP 62 DELLE ROCCHETTE
58043 CASTIGLIONE DELLA PESCAIA - GROSSETO
Castiglione Della Pescaia, Tuscany
Via Flavio Torello Baracchini
N°119 Marina di Massa Loc Partaccia cap 54100
Massa Carrara, Tuscany
Via delle Caggiole Prime 13
Via Cecinese, 87, 56040 Casale Marittimo (pi)
Casale Marittimo, Tuscany
Via della Principessa, località sant'albinia - Populonia (LI)
Località Ottone, 3, 57037 Portoferraio (li)
S.s. 65 Della Futa Km. 42,4, 50030 Barberino Di Mugello (fi)
Barberino Di Mugello, Tuscany
Loc. Puntone, Via Delle Collacchie, 58020 Scarlino (gr)
Travel Tips & Guides Tuscany, Italy
Sienese specialties include Panforte - a unique kind of dense cake, made of honey, flour, almonds, candied fruits, a secret blend of spices, etc. Tipo Margherita is the classic, but several other types are made. read more...
Siena is an historic medieval city in the region of Tuscany, located in the north of Italy, and lying some 70 km (43 miles) south of Florence. It is probably best known for a colourful horse race, Il Palio, conducted twice each year in the summer. read more...
See art, eat, drink, see more art, hear music, shop, take a day trip into the Tuscan countryside, people watch, climb to the top of the Duomo or Campanile, see more art, eagerly plan for your return visit. read more...
Remember that restaurants have separate prices for food to go or eaten standing up versus sit down service; don't try to sit at a table after paying for food or coffee from the restaurant's to go booth. Also ask always beforehand for the price if you want to sit at a table. Otherwise you might be uncomfortably surprised. Cappuccino al banco i.e. standing up might cost 1-3 euros; but at a table 4 euros. read more...
Florence (Italian: Firenze) is the capital of the region of Tuscany in Italy, with a population of some 400,000. It is a fantastically beautiful city, a cultural, artistic and architectural gem. read more...
As a general rule, try not to eat near the Leaning Tower where prices are high and quality low, on the contrary head to the central area (5 minutes walking from Piazza dei Miracoli) near the food market: you can find very good and cheap typical restaurants there. read more...
Pisa is a city in Tuscany, Italy with a population of some 90,000 people. Pisa is best known for the world famous Leaning Tower, but those who come here with their mind already made up that the Tower is the only thing to see here may miss the other architectural and artistic marvels of this beautiful city. The long walk from the Campo dei Miracoli to the train station is along a pedestrian mall with many interesting sights, shops, and restaurants. Pisa is also quite a safe city. You won't need to worry about your property or person. read more...