Tuscany's undulating hills and bucolic olive groves and vineyards landscapes inspire wanderlust the world-over. The plethora of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, its invaluable cultural patrimony, its exceptional cuisine and celebrated wines make of this central Italian region, a sought-after destination for history lovers and gourmands alike.
Its capital, Florence, is home to some of the world's most admired pieces of art and architecture, such as Michelangelo's David, the Santa-Maria del Fiore cathedral, the Uffizi Gallery, and the picturesque Ponte Vecchio. The neighbouring medieval towns of Siena or San Gimignano, and Pisa's famous leaning tower are just some of the mandatory picture-perfect stops in the region.
After a few days of museums and Renaissance masterpieces, reconnect with nature: immerse yourself in Tuscany's viticulture legacy, the world-renowned Chianti wine region. Put on your hiking shoes for an original wine tour of historical wineries, indulge in a traditional lunch paired with superb local wines, and get ready to learn the secrets of the Sangiovese grapes, the story behind the "Gallo Nero" (black rooster), and more about this classic Italian wine and its namesake village, Chianti. A memorable getaway awaits you under the Tuscan sun…
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