Things to Do & Attractions in Tuscany

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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

Cathedral Museum Complex (Complesso Museale della Cattedrale)

This popular attraction offers travelers one of the most comprehensive ways to see the history of Lucchese architecture and art come to life. Visitors can ...  Read more

Central Market (Mercato Centrale)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 482 Reviews

Designed by the renowned architect Giovanni Mengoni in the late 19th century, Florence’s Mercato Centrale is a cavernous, two-storey market hall that’sl full ...  Read more

Chiesa di San Domenico

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1741 Reviews

St Catherine of Siena brought this basilica to prominence by taking her vows here in 1363 when she was just 15. Having had her first vision at the age of 6 ...  Read more

Chiesa di Santa Maria della Spina

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

The exquisite church of Santa Maria della Spina is one of the prettiest fairy-tale churches in the world. Designed in classic Pisan Gothic style, the tiny ...  Read more

Church of San Sisto

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 3 Reviews

The Church of San Sisto is one of the oldest churches in Pisa, Italy and was built in the Middle Ages around the late 1000s in a Romanesque style. Despite ...  Read more

Collegiate Church of San Gimignano

Taking prize place beside the Town Hall on Piazza Duomo, the Collegiate Church of San Gimignano, or the Duomo of San Gimignano, ranks among most impressive ...  Read more

Dante House Museum (Museo Casa di Dante)

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

Although Dante Alighieri was born in Florence in 1265 and lived in the neighborhood, he never actually occupied the building now known as ‘Dante’s House’, a ...  Read more

Duomo (Cathedral of Santa Maria dei Fiori)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 233 Reviews

You'll catch glimpses of the red-tiled dome of the Duomo, or Cathedral of Santa Maria dei Fiori, peeping over the rooftops as soon as you arrive in ...  Read more

Florence American Cemetery and Memorial

Framed by forested hills and spread across 70 acres, the Florence American Cemetery and Memorial pays tribute to more than 4,000 American soldiers who lost ...  Read more

Fonte Gaia

The heart of Siena is the Piazza del Campo and the beating heart of the piazza has to be Fonte Gaia, the ‘fountain of joy’. Dating from the 15th century, it is ...  Read more

Forte dei Marmi

Sitting seaside off the coast of Tuscany, the village of Forte dei Marmi has been a popular coastal holiday spot for hundreds of years. Tourism began here in ...  Read more

Fortezza di Montalcino

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

The lovely Tuscan hilltop town of Montalcino is world-famous for its rich red Brunello wines, but it also has a spectacular centro storico, with winding ...  Read more

Fountain of Neptune

In pride of place at the center of the busy Piazza della Signoria, the Fountain of Neptune has long been one of Florence’s most memorable landmarks, set ...  Read more

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