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Set in the north of Italy, Tuscany spreads from delightful coastal towns to peaceful rustic countryside. A destination renowned for its cuisine, wine tasting and scenery, there is nowhere better to indulge in the finer things in life.

  •  Lido Di Camaiore
    Lido Di Camaiore A beautiful beach resort based along the sparkling Tuscan Riviera, perfectly situated between Viareggio and Marina Di Pietrasanta, combines old fashioned grandiosity, modern promenades and scenic views of the Apuan Alps.
  • Florence
    Florence As the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is brimming with architectural and artistic masterpieces. From the stunning Statue of David to the magnificent Duomo di Firenze, the cultural sights here are endless.
  • Marina di Pietrasanta
    Marina di Pietrasanta Sitting to the north of Viareggio, Marina di Pietrasanta is a popular but uncrowded beach resort. Laze on the sands, explore the mountainous hiking trails or simply sip an Italian espresso in one of the many cafés.
  • Pisa
    Pisa Famous for the iconic “Leaning Tower of Pisa”and the Piazza del Duomo, this beautiful city is steeped in history.
  • Rosano
    Rosano Renowned for its marble quarries, Rosano is steeped in Roman Catholic history and has a wealth of cathedrals and breathtaking countryside views to enjoy. The Italian gem is only a short distance away from Florence.
  • Siena
    Siena The stunning gothic architecture of Siena will transport you to another era. At the heart of this medieval city is the sloping piazza del Campo where the famous Palio horse races take place every year.
  • Viareggio
    Viareggio Viareggio exemplifies the best of the Tuscan coast, where chic Italian town meets golden sandy beach. It is perhaps best known for its vibrant summer festivities and annual carnival.


The Statue of David stands tall in the Accademia Gallery in Florence.
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