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Towns in Tuscany

Agliana

Agliana

Set between Prato and Pistoia, Agliana is a small town that started in the Roman era.  »

Anghiari

Anghiari

The walled stone town of Anghiari is a beautiful gem in the province of Arezzo, Tuscany.  »

Arezzo

Arezzo

Arezzo is an extraordinary ancient city, as old as Alexandria of Egypt.  »

Asciano

Asciano

Asciano is a marvellous town under the municipality of Siena, in the Tuscany region.  »

Badia a Ruoti

Badia a Ruoti

Known to be the most ancient part of Bucine, Badia a Ruoti lies on top of a hillock and develops itself around the splendid monastery of the Abbey of St Peter.  »

Badia Agnano

Badia Agnano

Badia Agnano overlooks the valley of Trove, nearby Arezzo, from the top of a gentle Tuscan hill.  »

Bagni di Lucca

Bagni di Lucca

Bagni di Lucca "land of princes and poets", as it was called in the 18th century, lies along a narrow valley called Val di Lima.  »

Bagno a Ripoli

Bagno a Ripoli

Set in the Florentine hills, Bagno a Ripoli overlooks the Arno Valley and the rolling hills of Tuscany.  »

Bagnone

Bagnone

Bagnone is a dramatic-looking stone villages perched in the Tuscan Apennines.  »

Barberino di Mugello

Barberino di Mugello

A Roman settlement that really developed in the Middle Ages, Barberino di Mugello is a characteristic stone town.  »

Barberino Val d'Elsa

Barberino Val d'Elsa

Barberino Val d'Elsa, nearby Florence, is an ancient medieval village built as a consequence of the destruction of Semifonte, an old and glorious town in the same area.  »

Bietina

Bietina

Located to the east of Pisa near Cascina, Bietina is a small town with a long history.  »

Borro - Medieval Hamlet

Borro - Medieval Hamlet

The petite village packs a big visual punch.  »

Bucine

Bucine

Bucine is a lively village lying among Florence, Arezzo and Siena.  »

Buonconvento

Buonconvento

Buonconvento is considered one of the most beautiful towns in Italy.  »

Calci

Calci

At the foot of Monti Pisani near the famous city of Pisa is the small town of Calci.  »

Calenzano

Calenzano

Near Prato west of Florence is the town of Calenzano.  »

Campo nell'Elba

Campo nell'Elba

Campo nell'Elba, one of the main towns on the Tuscan island of Elba, is a land of legends.  »

Camucia di Cortona

Camucia di Cortona

Camucia di Cortona lies lazily at the foot of the hill on which her big sister, Cortona, sits like a showgirl.  »

Capalbio

Capalbio

The quaint medieval town of Capalbio enjoys a nearly perfect setting in the Tuscan hills above the sea.  »

Carrara

Carrara

Carrara isn't just another Tuscan hill town; it's the undisputed marble capital of the world.  »

Casciana Terme

Casciana Terme

Set in the amazing Tuscan countryside around Pisa, Casciana Terme represents, with more the one thousand years of history, one of those little masterpieces that the Tuscan culture has carefully erected and preserved throughout the centuries.  »

Cascina

Cascina

Cascina is a small city on the Arno near Pisa.  »

Casole d'Elsa

Casole d'Elsa

The lovely rural centre of Casole Val d'Elsa, nearby Siena, at 417 metres above the sea level, will enchant you with a mesmerizing landscape of sweet green hills, covered by olive trees and vineyards.  »

Castel San Gimignano

Castel San Gimignano

Castel San Gimignano is a charming, miniscule hamlet constructed in brick and set on a hill.  »

Castelfiorentino

Castelfiorentino

Castelfiorentino is situated in the administrative district of Empoli-Valdelsa, between the Arno River Valley and the northern side of Elsa Valley.  »

Castelfranco di Sopra

Castelfranco di Sopra

A town so charming it has been named "one of the most beautiful villages in Italy" (i borghi piu' belli d'Italia designation).  »

Castellina in Chianti

Castellina in Chianti

The splendid village of Castellina boasts Etruscan and Roman origins, even if traces of this past are lost in time until the Middle Ages, when Castellina in Chianti became a very important military outpost.  »

Castelnuovo Berardenga

Castelnuovo Berardenga

The area of Castelnuovo Berardenga spreads out about 177 square Km, between the plain and the lovely hills of the high valley of river Ombrone.  »

Castiglion Fibocchi

Castiglion Fibocchi

Just minutes from the beautiful city of Arezzo, Castiglion Fibocchi is a hidden gem.  »

Castiglion Fiorentino

Castiglion Fiorentino

Castiglion Fiorentino rises on a small hill that dominates on a vast surrounding landscape constituted by the ample expanse of the Val di Chiana south west, and of the Val di Chio, east.  »

Castiglioncello

Castiglioncello

A long time ago, the extreme edges of the Etruscan Empire housed Castiglioncello, whose origins date back indeed between the end of the IV and the beginning of the III century BC.  »

Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia

This Tuscan seaside town has the atmosphere of an old fishing village combined with the lively vibe of a seaside resort.  »

Cerbaia

Cerbaia

Cerbaia sits in the center of Tuscany in the classic Chianti hills.  »

Cerreto Guidi

Cerreto Guidi

A Renaissance village in the heart of Tuscany's rolling hills, Cerreto Guidi is a little gem.  »

Certaldo

Certaldo

At 50 km from Florence, in the heart of the Valdelsa area, you will find the charming village of Certaldo, whose name derives from the Latin "Cerrus Altus" – rise covered by Turkey oaks.  »

Cetona

Cetona

Cetona is a typical mediaeval town nestled at the foot of the mountain bearing the same name.  »

Chianciano Terme

Chianciano Terme

The history of Chianciano begins with the Etruscans.  »

Chiusi

Chiusi

It seems that he powerful Etruria, with its silent and disconcerting gods, has had in Chiusi one of its most important urban centres.  »

Cinigiano

Cinigiano

The stone hamlet of Cinigiano crowns one of the rolling hills of the Maremma area of Tuscany.  »

Civitella in Val di Chiana

Civitella in Val di Chiana

Civitella in Val di Chiana is situated between the Val d'Ambra and the Valdichiana, on one of the highest hills in the area.  »

Colle di Val d'Elsa

Colle di Val d'Elsa

The medieval town of Colle di Val d'Elsa is set like a jewel on top of a high and evocative hillock, whose narrow valleys divide into three parts the fabric of the town.  »

Dicomano

Dicomano

Dicomano enjoys a pretty setting among the undisturbed hills northwest of Florence.  »

Dudda

Dudda

Dudda is a small country hamlet in the Chianti countryside.  »

Empoli

Empoli

Empoli is a lovely mid-sized town equidistant from the main Tuscan cities.  »

Fabbrica di Peccioli

Fabbrica di Peccioli

In the gently rolling hills of Tuscany, Fabbrica di Peccioli is tiny town in a great location.  »

Fiesole

Fiesole

A gorgeous setting, a pretty town, and some lovely artwork are reasons to visit Fiesole.  »

Figline Valdarno

Figline Valdarno

Let yourself be rocked by the natural beauty of Figline Valdarno: enchanting village that lies at the foot of Mount Chianti, close to Florence.  »

Florence

Florence

Florence, acknowledged by Unesco as a World Heritage Site, is home to some of the most famous works of art on earth.  »

Foiano della Chiana

Foiano della Chiana

For all those who are searching for places of interest, rich in emotions and continuous discoveries, Foiano della Chiana represents a true and unique mine of curiosities and itineraries.  »

Follonica

Follonica

Along the glittering Gulf of Follonica is the city that is referred to as the "Miami of the Maremma".  »

Fonteblanda

Fonteblanda

On the Gulf of Talamone, Fonteblanda is a village that is officially part of the town of Orbetella.  »

Fornacette

Fornacette

Fornacette is a mostly modern town that sits between Empoli and Pisa along the Arno River.  »

Forte dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi

Delightful tourist destination, near the sea and the heart of Versilia, Forte dei Marmi is really enchanting specially in summer, thanks to the beauty of the sea and magnificent background of Alps Apuane.  »

Gaiole in Chianti

Gaiole in Chianti

Gaiole in Chianti lies among the rolling hills of the famous Chianti region.  »

Gambassi Terme

Gambassi Terme

The green Tuscan landscapes composed by Certaldo, Castelfiorentino, Montaione, Volterra and San Gimignano, hold the town of Gambassi Terme.  »

Gavoranno

Gavoranno

Gavoranno and its sister town, Bagno di Gavoranno, are in the Maremma region of Tuscany.  »

Ghizzano di Peccioli

Ghizzano di Peccioli

Immersed into the verdant countryside surrounding Pisa, halfway between Pisa and Florence, close by Volterra, as part of the beautiful park of Alta Valdera lies Ghizzano, an hamlet of Peccioli.  »

Giuncugnano

Giuncugnano

Giuncugnano is the highest town in the province of Lucca, located at an altitude of 880 meters above sea level.  »

Grassina

Grassina

Grassina, also known as Tegolaia, is a charming village close to Florence and Bagno a Ripoli, internationally known for an evocative historical Christmas parade.  »

Greve in Chianti

Greve in Chianti

In the triangle more or less defined by the Tuscan borders, the fascinating town of Greve in Chianti occupies approximately the geometrical centre.  »

Grosseto

Grosseto

The medieval Grosseto is one of the major tourist attractions in Tuscany.  »

Iesa Palazzo

Iesa Palazzo

A little village in the wooded hills south of Siena, Iesa Palazzo is a step back in time.  »

Impruneta

Impruneta

Impruneta sits south of Florence on the cusp of the Chianti zone.  »

Isola del Giglio

Isola del Giglio

Isola del Giglio is an almost-idyllic island off the Tuscan coast.  »

Lamporecchio

Lamporecchio

The charming village of Lamporecchio, located nearby the splendid naturalistic complex of Montalbano, offers the possibility to spend relaxing vacations with a perfect balance between nature and culture.  »

Laterina

Laterina

The small charming village of Laterina lies on top of a green hill nearby Arezzo.  »

Livorno

Livorno

Vibrant, crowded with ships and boats puff, Livorno has plenty of the typical lively elements of a place where there is no space for monotony.  »

Loro Ciuffenna

Loro Ciuffenna

Rich in history and medieval military architecture Loro Ciuffenna, near Arezzo, counts about 5000 inhabitants.  »

Lucignano

Lucignano

Lucignano is a fortified town in the Valdichiana, a fine example of mediaeval town planning with its roads built in concentric circles giving the town its typical oval form.  »

Lucolena

Lucolena

In the heart of the Chianti region of Tuscany, Lucolena is a little hamlet in the rolling hills.  »

Marciano della Chiana

Marciano della Chiana

Marciano della Valdichiana is a medieval town extraordinarily well preserved, perhaps with the most beautiful fortress in the whole district.  »

Marina di Grosseto

Marina di Grosseto

Long expanses of white sand beaches are the hallmark of Marina di Grosseto.  »

Marina di Pietrasanta

Marina di Pietrasanta

On Tuscany's Versilia coast, the town of Marina di Pietrasanta is a resort with some of the area's best beaches.  »

Marsiliana

Marsiliana

In the gentle hills of the Maremma is the castle and hamlet of Marsiliana.  »

Martignana

Martignana

Martignana is a pretty district of Empoli, in the Tuscany region, at about 50 km from the city of Florence.  »

Masotti

Masotti

Masotti is a hamlet along the via Lucchese that runs between Florence and the Mediterranean Sea.  »

Massa

Massa

Massa is a town in northwestern Tuscany, located on the western slopes of the Apuan Alps, about 5 km from the Ligurian Sea.  »

Massa e Cozzile

Massa e Cozzile

One of the oldest villages in the area, Massa e Cozzile is a stone stronghold that dates back to the third century.  »

Moggiona

Moggiona

The village of Moggiona stands on a rocky outcrop in the middle of a small secluded valley, about 700 meters above sea level.  »

Molazzana

Molazzana

Molazzana, situated on the right side of Valle del Serchio, is a mesmerizing hamlet of ancient medieval origins.  »

Monsummano Terme

Monsummano Terme

The hamlet of Monsummano Terme has grown around the Sanctuary of Santa Maria della Fontenuova, at the centre of an important road network.  »

Montaione

Montaione

According to some archaeological finds dated back at Etruscan-Roman epochs, the charming village of Montaione has been inhabited from very ancient times.  »

Montalcino

Montalcino

Montalcino lies in the heart of Southern Tuscany, located at about 70 miles southwest of Florence in the famous wine region.  »

Monte San Savino

Monte San Savino

An inhabited hamlet since the Etruscan period, Monte San Savino was developed in the Roman period around a castle called Area Alta.  »

Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme

Montecatini Terme lies at the extreme foothills of the Apennines, on the west side of Serravalle Pistoiese (Pistoia), at the centre of the popular Valdinievole.  »

Montefollonico

Montefollonico

Not far from Torrita di Siena, set on top of a hill between Valdichiana and Val d'Orcia lies Montefollonico, typical isolated Medieval hamlet surrounded by thirteenth-century walls of fired bricks.  »

Montelopio

Montelopio

Montelopio is a wisp of a hamlet set in the hills near Pisa.  »

Montepulciano

Montepulciano

Montepulciano, is built along a narrow limestone ridge at 605 metres above sea level , it is surrounded by walls and by fortifications designed by Antonio da Sangallo il Vecchio.  »

Monterchi

Monterchi

Monterchi is a small village, perched on top of a hill near Arezzo, in the upper Tiber Valley.  »

Monteriggioni

Monteriggioni

Monteriggioni is an incredibly charming walled medieval village at a few minutes from Siena, Colle Val d'Elsa, San Gimignano and Certaldo.  »

Monteroni d'Arbia

Monteroni d'Arbia

In the heart of Tuscany, Monteroni d'Arbia is located in the middle of this famous region.  »

Montespertoli

Montespertoli

Montespertoli is a lovely village in the middle of Chianti country.  »

Montevarchi

Montevarchi

Montevarchi is blessed with a privileged position in the golden triangle between Florence, Siena and Arezzo.  »

Monteverdi Marittimo

Monteverdi Marittimo

The stone village of Monteverdi Marittimo is a lovely hill town in the province of Pisa.  »

Monticchiello di Pienza

Monticchiello di Pienza

Monticchiello rests on a hill near Pienza, in the provincial countryside of Siena.  »

Monticiano

Monticiano

Monticiano is a village of about 1500 inhabitants located on the back of a hill, 365 meters above sea level, not far from Siena.  »

Montisi

Montisi

Let yourself be enchanted by Montisi: charming hamlet of San Giovanni d'Asso, in the area of Crete Senesi, near Siena, whose name probably derives from a temple situated 2Km away and dedicated to to the goddess Iside (worshipped by the Etruscans).  »

Nievole

Nievole

Nievole is the real heart of the Tuscan Valdinievole (Valley of the river Nievole), located at the centre of a valley covered by olive trees and colourful flowers.  »

Orbetello

Orbetello

Orbetello is a sliver of a peninsula with and island feel.  »

Panzano in Chianti

Panzano in Chianti

Panzano in Chianti is a quiet holiday place located at 498 metres above the sea level, halfway between Greve in Chianti and Castellina in Chianti, along the road linking Fierenze and Siena.  »

Pari

Pari

Pari is a perfectly-preserved Medieval village where time seems to stand still.  »

Pergine Valdarno

Pergine Valdarno

You'll be enchanted by the charming atmosphere and friendliness of Pergine Valdarno.  »

Pescia

Pescia

The town of Pescia, on the plains between Lucca and Florence,sits on the banks of the Pescia River near Montecatini Terme and Pistoia.  »

Pescia Fiorentina

Pescia Fiorentina

Pescia Fiorentina is a teensy hamlet that is part of the town of Capalbio.  »

Pian di Rocca

Pian di Rocca

This tiny village is a rustic example of an old Tuscan farm town.  »

Pian di Sco'

Pian di Sco'

The City of Pian di Scò covers about 18 square kilometers on the slopes of Mount Pratomagno about 40 km from Arezzo and Florence.  »

Pievasciata

Pievasciata

This tiny village in the heart of Chianti wine country enjoys the classic Tuscan landscapes seen in films and books.  »

Pieve Fosciana

Pieve Fosciana

Pieve Fosciana, rural town located in northern Tuscany, took its name from an ancient parish church (Italian, Pieve).  »

Pisa

Pisa

Pisa is one of the chief towns in the region of Tuscany, situated the on the alluvial plain of the River Arno, and is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  »

Pistoia

Pistoia

Pistoia (north-west of Florence) is a lovely place for wallowing in rural beauty, enjoying the wealth of watercourses like Ombrone Pistoiese that dimple the land, and provide the opportunity to admire precious ichthyic species in crystalline waters.  »

Pitigliano

Pitigliano

Pitigliano is a truly characteristic village lying to the south of Florence and north of Rome, in a zone known as land of "Bianco di Pitigliano": a great Italian wine.  »

Poggibonsi

Poggibonsi

The town of Poggibonsi, immersed into the heart of Valdichiana, is one of the "classic" Tuscan dream places: rich in culture, art, traditions and able to emotion every visitor with its beautiful monuments and landscapes.  »

Policiano

Policiano

Policiano is a small hamlet among the olive groves of eastern Tuscany.  »

Ponsacco

Ponsacco

The town of Ponsacco is one of the larger in the area.  »

Pontassieve

Pontassieve

Pontassieve spreads over the banks of the Sieve River where it meets the Arno, east of Florence.  »

Ponte a Elsa

Ponte a Elsa

Ponte a Elsa is a singular town divided in two.  »

Ponte a Moriano

Ponte a Moriano

Just a few kilometers from the splendid city of Lucca is the town of Ponte a Moriano.  »

Pontedera

Pontedera

Situated between Pisa and Florence, Pontedera is just off the highway but in a quiet location.  »

Poppi

Poppi

Poppi, located in the lovely valley of Casentino (at 475 above the sea level), between the cities of Arezzo and Florence, nowadays is part of the National Park of Foreste Casentinesi.  »

Porciano di Lamporecchio

Porciano di Lamporecchio

The village of Porciano belongs to the municipality of Lamporecchio, in the province of Pistoia.  »

Porciano di Stia

Porciano di Stia

Porciano, suggestive hamlet located in proximity of Arezzo, homes the ruins of what used to be a very important castle in the Middle Ages.  »

Porto Ercole

Porto Ercole

Porto Ercole is a delightful seaside town on the Argentario promontory on the Tuscan coast.  »

Pozzo della Chiana

Pozzo della Chiana

Lovely district of Foiano della Chiana, nearby Arezzo, Pozzo della Chiana is a very small but cosy village, famous for the suggestive evoking of the cruel Scannagallo battle (between May and June).  »

Prato

Prato

Prato, first Italian textile centre for exports, lies at the foot of Mount della Retaia, at the outlet of River Bisenzio, roughly half-way between Florence and Pistoia.  »

Puntone

Puntone

Located on the Tuscan coast near Grosseto, Puntone is a town that centers on the water.  »

Radda in Chianti

Radda in Chianti

Radda in Chianti rests in the idyllic hills of Tuscany.  »

Radicofani

Radicofani

At the sketchy border of Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio is Radicofani (ra-dee-CO-fa-nee).  »

Rapolano Terme

Rapolano Terme

This beautiful village counting something more than four thousand souls, is located on the border between the Val di Chiana and the Chianti.  »

Reggello

Reggello

The area under the municipality of Reggello extends from the north-western side of Pratomagno (Tuscan mountain chain) to the Upper Valdarno.  »

Rignano sull'Arno

Rignano sull'Arno

The enchanting commune of Rignano sull'Arno (whose name derives from the Latin "Arinianum") was a probable Roman settlement, as mentioned in ancient documents dating to the XI century.  »

Rigomagno

Rigomagno

Rigomagno, immersed into the olive trees on top of the sweet hills of Sinalunga, is so charming that once you know it, you do literally fall in love.  »

Rigutino

Rigutino

Rigutino is a hamlet in the province of Arezzo.  »

Riparbella

Riparbella

Riparbella is a small town near Pisa that reaches along the ridge instead of encircling the hill.  »

Ristorante Erasmo

Ristorante Erasmo

In Ponte a Moriano, this is an historic restaurant along the Serchio River.  »

Ristorante Pizzeria La Corte

Ristorante Pizzeria La Corte

Basic, homey place with wood burning oven for pizza.  »

Rosignano Solvay

Rosignano Solvay

Rosignano Solvay, delightful village in proximity of Rosignano Marittima, is renowned for the large beaches and modern/fully equipped lidos.  »

Rufina

Rufina

In the rolling hills northeast of Florence, Rufina rests on the Chianti wine road.  »

San Baronto

San Baronto

San Baronto, cosy lovely tourist resort where you will fully enjoy a relaxing vacation dedicated to tranquillity and total rest, far away from traffic, smog and noise.  »

San Casciano dei Bagni

San Casciano dei Bagni

San Casciano dei Bagni springs up among very thick woods of oaks, chestnuts and ancient pines.  »

San Casciano in Val di Pesa

San Casciano in Val di Pesa

Not far from Florence and Siena, surrounded by the charming villages of Scandicci, Impruneta, Greve in Chianti, Tavernelle Val di Pesa and Montespertoli, there's San Casciano in Val di Pesa.  »

San Donato in Poggio

San Donato in Poggio

San Donato in Poggio has an interesting history as the "last stop" on the Florentine frontier before the Republic of Siena's border.  »

San Giuliano Terme

San Giuliano Terme

San Giuliano Terme is an important village-spa near Pisa, rich in architectural monuments and next to a vast nature reserve.  »

San Giustino Valdarno

San Giustino Valdarno

San Giustino Valdarno sits high in the forested hills of eastern Tuscany.  »

San Miniato

San Miniato

San Miniato is a charming country town rising on top of a gentle hill, close by the city of Pisa.  »

San Quirico d'Orcia

San Quirico d'Orcia

Coming from Montalcino towards Via Cassia, you'll find the road signs to San Quirico d'Orcia: one of the most interesting village of the whole Val d'Orcia.  »

San Vincenzo

San Vincenzo

San Vincenzo is on the "Etruscan Coast" of Tuscany, in the area known as the Maremma.  »

Sansepolcro

Sansepolcro

The border town of Sansepolcro is an underrated gem.  »

Sarteano

Sarteano

Sarteano rises at foot of the Cetona Mountain in panoramic position.  »

Saturnia

Saturnia

Saturnia is a tiny but pretty stone hilltop village in southern Tuscany, right along the Lazio border.  »

Scandicci

Scandicci

Scandicci, one of the most populated communes within the Florentine area, boasts very ancient origins, attested by the Latin toponym: scandere = to go up, alluding to the green hill on top of which used to be situated a stunning medieval castle.  »

Scarlino

Scarlino

Scarlino is one of the prettiest towns in the Gulf of Follonica area.  »

Segromigno in Monte

Segromigno in Monte

Segromigno in Monte sits in the tamed Tuscan hills near Lucca.  »

Seravezza

Seravezza

Seravezza, close to Lucca, is set like a gem among the huge rocks of the Garfagnana mountains.  »

Serra di Rapolano

Serra di Rapolano

The petite town of Serra di Rapolano is like a miniaturized version of its nearby neighbor, Siena.  »

Sesto Fiorentino

Sesto Fiorentino

Sitting between Florence and Prato is the ancient city of Sesto Fiorentino.  »

Sieci

Sieci

This tiny town is in the glorious hills of Tuscany, east of Florence.  »

Siena

Siena

Siena hardly needs an introduction.  »

Sinalunga

Sinalunga

Frescos, tables, paintings statues by important authors among which: Benvenuto di Giovanni, Sano di Pietro, Rutilio Manetti, Domenico Beccafumi, Guidoccio Cozzarelli, Sodoma, Santi di Tito.  »

Sorano

Sorano

Let yourself be enraptured with the beauty of Sorano.  »

Sovana

Sovana

Sovana is a golden stone hill town surrounded by green woods and gently rolling hills in southern Tuscany.  »

Staggia Senese

Staggia Senese

Staggia Senese is a quaint Tuscan town presided over by its castle, just ten minutes from Siena.  »

Subbiano

Subbiano

Sitting prettily on the banks of the Arno River, Subbiano is an adorable little town.  »

Suvereto

Suvereto

Suvereto may just be the perfect town; it's certainly one of the most charming villages in the Tuscan Maremma.  »

Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

On the edge of the Chianti zone, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa has a history of hospitality.  »

Tavernelle Val di Pesa

Tavernelle Val di Pesa

Nestled in the Chianti hills, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa is located half-way between Florence and Siena.  »

Terontola

Terontola

Terontola is a tidy country town at the foot of the hill near Castiglione del Lago.  »

Terranuova Bracciolini

Terranuova Bracciolini

Terranuova means "new land" and this town was established by the Florentine Republic to establish a system of fortifications along the squirmish-prone "borderlands" near Arezzo that were constantly contended between the Guelph and Ghibelline factions.  »

Tirrenia

Tirrenia

In the middle of the Tuscan coastline, lies Tirrenia.  »

Torre del Lago Puccini

Torre del Lago Puccini

Torre del Lago Puccini is a captivating village near Viareggio, not far from Lucca and Pisa.  »

Torrita di Siena

Torrita di Siena

Ancient village on a hill on the west side of Valdichiana, its area has signs of Etruscan and Roman settlements.  »

Trequanda

Trequanda

The medieval village of Trequanda developed around the castle dating back to 1200, of which just the cylindric crenellated tower remains, some pieces of the boundary walls and two of the three original entrance doors are still well visible.  »

Uliveto Terme

Uliveto Terme

On the banks of the Arno, at the foothills of Monti Bianchi, is the village of Uliveto Terme.  »

Vagliagli

Vagliagli

A typical Tuscan village that grew up around the fortified castle of Aiola, an outpost of Siena (at a distance of 15 km), during the endless conflicts with its great rival, Florence.  »

Vecchiano

Vecchiano

Located north of Pisa, Vecchiano sits on the banks of the Serchio River near the Mediterranean Sea.  »

Venturina

Venturina

Just inland from the "Etruscan Coast" of Tuscany, Venturina rests between the sea and the hills.  »

Viareggio

Viareggio

A millennium ago, the area where nowadays is Viareggio, was fully covered by the sea and the nearby countryside used to be a huge marshy area.  »

Vicchio

Vicchio

Vicchio is a pleasant village just 25 kilometers northeast of Florence.  »

Vinci

Vinci

Vinci might have remained a sleepy, hidden Tuscan town if it hadn't been for the birth of a famous son.  »

Volterra

Volterra

At 1770 feet above the sea level, surrounded by solid town-walls, between the rivers Era and Cecina lies the magic and mysterious city of Volterra.  »

     

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