Tuscany – Florence – A Romantic City

Although the days all started cloudy, they always cleared up in the afternoon. We had three days of gorgeous sunsets in a row. Florence is the most romantic city that we have visited.

Tuscany – Florence – Heart of Renaissance

Florence is the birthplace of Renaissance. Many artists of great cultural achievements were born and worked in the city between 14th to 16th century.

Tuscany – Siena

Once a powerful city-state and a rival against Florence, today's Siena is famous for its artworks, architecture and cityscape. It is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Italy,

Tuscany – Countryside

Features lined cypress trees, vineyard and olive orchard along the slope, with medieval castles and ancient hill-top villages dotted among endless rolling hills, Southern Tuscany is one of the most picturesque regions in the world.

Tuscany – Pisa

The Leaning Power of Pisa is such a famed place that attracts a lot of visitors. It might be overly popular, but the piazza is beautiful, refreshing and definitely worth visiting.

Tuscany – Lucca

Much more compact, quiet and slow-paced than Florence and Pisa, featuring beautiful medieval architecture and maze-like lanes, Lucca is a jewel of a Tuscan town, a surprising treat of our Tuscany trip.