Tuscanys three big cities sit in a triangle near Italys west coast
Culture and art can be found round every corner on Tuscany holidays and perhaps one of the most famous sights of all is the iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa.
You’ll be amazed at the way this iconic structure remains upright and be fascinated at the stories as to why it leans in this way. The walled city of Lucca, and birthplace of the famous composer Puccini, oozes a wealth of culture and good old fashioned charm, inspiring many musicians, writers and artists of the modern day.
The Tuscany region is well known for its fabulous vineyards and the sprawling hills of Chianti will be high on any wine lovers list. Take a tour of this picturesque region, enjoying wine tasting sessions and explore cellar caves that are centuries old. Late deals to Tuscany also offer a splendid choice of fine restaurants, from rustic country castles and converted farm houses to 5 star hotels with menus offering superb quality international dishes, or enjoy the simplistic life of pizza and ice cream on a sun baked terrace, preferably with fantastic Tuscan countryside views.
So if you are looking for an Italian holiday full of culture, tradition and charm with excellent beaches as an added bonus, then look no further than Tuscany. Book your late deals to Tuscany at Latedeals.co.uk now and get that bottle of Chianti ready to uncork
Places to Visit
An open air art gallery, Florence has exciting architecture and breathtaking artwork at every turn. Visit the Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s famous bridge, the Piazza della Signoria and the Santa Croce Cathedral, home to the tombs of Galileo, Dante and Michaelangelo.
It’s designer name dropping all the way here with Armani, Gucci and Cartier amongst the labels demanding your attention. It’s also a good place to people watch as major celebrities including George Clooney, are known to frequent the first class restaurants of Portofino.
One of Italy’s finest preserved Medieval cities, Siena feels almost like a magic kingdom with the stunning shell shaped piazza, Il Campo taking centre stage.