The Charm of Tuscany’s Towns

We’re certain that anybody who’s planning their Italian getaways in the breathtaking region of Tuscany will want to make the most of their time here. While there are many ways to immerse yourself in the beauty of this destination, there’s no doubt that you’ll want to check out some of the fantastic towns and villages located around the region.

Regardless of what you want from your tours around Tuscany, it can be a good idea to include some of these magnificent places on the itinerary for your Tuscan adventure. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry, our team here at Tours of Tuscany are here to help.

What makes the ideal Tuscan town?

There are a variety of places in the region that are simply perfect – but what is it about them that makes them so incredible?

Generally, the key factor is the unique Tuscan charm, but there’s actually a wide variety of different things that all come together to create the perfect Italian destination. The ancient architecture for example is something that gives everything a classic Italian feel and creates the perfect backdrop for your holiday.

The Tuscan lifestyle and atmosphere are also crucial factors to consider, too. If it weren’t for the Italian way of life, your whole experience would be completely different. The friendly locals, traditional foods and Mediterranean climate are all vital to creating the perfect atmosphere.

I think we can all agree that the unspoiled landscapes and charming ambience truly are some of the most important aspects of a perfect Tuscan town – yet there’s still so much more that allows each destination to be unique.

5 beautiful towns you won’t want to miss

There are simply so many different towns that you could visit during your stay and not enough time to see them all. We’ve made a short list of just 5 areas that you might want to consider checking out on your holidays in Tuscany:

  1. Castelnuovo Berardenga

If you’d like to make a point of perusing some of the amazing Chianti vineyards and see some excellent examples of medieval architecture while you’re at it (from castles to villas), Castelnuovo Berardenga might just be the perfect town for you.

  1. Cortona

Most notable for being the inspiration behind the novel ‘Under the Tuscan Sun’, which was adapted to a movie, this destination is simply beautiful. The Medieval palazzo, traditional eateries, peaceful atmosphere and more all make it a perfect Tuscan town.

  1. Montecarlo

Located in the hills of Lucca, this beautifully preserved town is yet another excellent destination for those who love history, culture and fine wine. Tuscan wine tours just wouldn’t be the same without a trip to Montecarlo, so if you’re planning on doing a little wine tasting during your stay, this is the place to be.

  1. San Gimignano

We’re certain that you’ve heard of San Gimignano before. The 13 Medieval towers, stunning views and more all make this destination one of the most beloved parts of Tuscany. If you’re looking for San Gimignano tours, you might want to take a look at what we could do for you on ours.

  1. Alabaster

Located in the medieval city of Volterra, you’ll find endless beauty and serenity in Alabaster. This is the perfect place for anyone who wants to take a long, peaceful stroll and just enjoy the wonders of the region.

If you’re booking a holiday to Tuscany in 2021, why not come along with us?

Considering paying a visit to any of these destinations yourself? If so, you might want to come on one of our guided tours of Tuscany Italy. When you choose a holiday with us, you can rest assured that we’ll provide you with an unforgettable trip.

Want to know what other guests made of Tuscany tours with us? If so, be sure to take a look at some of the testimonials on our site – we’re confident that you’ll be impressed by what our previous customers have to say.

If you’d like to find out more about what we do, the types of tours that we offer, our pricing, or anything else, why not get in touch? We’d be happy to hear from you.

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