Things to Do & Attractions in Tuscany

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Abbey of Sant'Antimo (Abbazia di Sant'Antimo)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 13 Reviews

Reportedly founded by the Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne back in 781, the abbey church at Sant'Antimo is one of Tuscany's most beautiful sights, set against a ...  Read more

Accademia Gallery

4 star rating: Recommended 963 Reviews

Florence's Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell'Accademia) sits second on most itineraries, right after the fabulous Uffizi. The collection at the ...  Read more

Baptistery (Battistero)

4 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

The Baptistery of St. John (Battistero di San Giovanni), one of the oldest buildings in Florence, is thought to stand on the site of an ancient Roman ...  Read more

Barberino Designer Outlet

Italy is known for a number of expensive and high quality designers. As a result, shopping is a popular activity with locals and tourists alike. Just 30 ...  Read more

Bargello Museum (Museo Nazionale del Bargello)

4 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

Housed in the medieval splendor of Florence’s Palazzo della Podestà – once a barracks and subsequently the city’s courts of justice – the National Museum ...  Read more

Basilica di San Francesco

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

The town of Assisi in Umbria is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in Europe, thanks to the saint who was born – and is buried – there. When Saint ...  Read more

Basilica of San Lorenzo

4.5 star rating: Recommended 99 Reviews

A visit to the enormous Basilica of San Lorenzo leads to things you may not expect from a church. What ties the church to its unexpected turns, however, is ...  Read more

Basilica of Santa Maria Novella

Travelers who want to experience iconic Italian religious architecture and art will find exactly what they're looking for at the Basilica of Santa Maria ...  Read more

Battistero di San Giovanni

The Baptistry of St John is located near the Duomo in the center of Siena. Built in the same Tuscan Gothic style, although less externally ornamented – the ...  Read more

Boboli Gardens

4.5 star rating: Recommended 334 Reviews

Behind the massive Pitti Palace lies the enormous Boboli Gardens - both were once the private domain of Florence’s ruling Medici family, but today they’re both ...  Read more

Brolio Castle (Castello di Brolio)

Right in the heart of Chianti wine country, Gaiole in Chianti is a sleepy village these days but as it was an important town in the Middle Ages, it is ...  Read more

Brunelleschi's Dome

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Standing tall over the city of Florence, Brunelleschi’s Dome is an architectural feat, the most prominent part of the Florence Cathedral, and a symbol of ...  Read more

Buontalenti Grotto

Built in the 16th century in Florence’s Boboli Gardens, Buontalenti Grotto is the largest grotto in the city. Named after the architect who oversaw its ...  Read more

Carrara Marble Quarry

Famous for its white and blue-grey marble, the Carrara Marble Quarry has contributed to iconic structures such as the Pantheon and Trajan's Column in Rome, as ...  Read more

Castle of Meleto (Castello di Meleto)

Located at the heart of Tuscan wine country, Gaiole in Chianti is a tranquil Tuscan village these days but in medieval times it had great strategic ...  Read more

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