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Undoubtedly Italy's most famous event, the Palio of Siena is a high-energy horse race rooted in the Middle Ages.
The city of Pisa blazes luminously with 140,000 candles every June 16 to celebrate their patron saint, San Ranieri.
The Regatta of the Ancient Maritime Republics is an annual event like no other.
In alluring Arezzo, a monthly antique market adds to the city's vitality and scenery, and draws thousands of people.
Every year the atmospheric old town of Arezzo turns back the clock to the Middle Ages and re-enacts the colorful and intriguing Joust of the Saracen.
Lucignano boasts a remarkable folkloric tradition, in some way linked to its status as a farming village.
If you want an evening like no other, then plan ahead and find a ticket to the Teatro del Silenzio, the stage that comes alive one night a year for internationally beloved tenor, Andrea Bocelli.
The castle-town of Monteriggioni is one of Tuscany's most splendid sights - a circular hamlet completed enclosed within its walls.
A different type of Palio event is more country-style and certainly less crowded than Siena's famous event.
Montaione, a typical village in the celebrated central hills of Tuscany, puts on a party every October dedicated to the area's most prized product - the white truffle.
The town of Pitigliano is already fascinating, but an age-old festival gives it even more allure - La Torciata is an ancient spring rite.
A rollicking fun festival is held every year at the end of June in the Ponte a Egola part of San Miniato, where they literally roll out the barrel.
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