Tuscany- a way of life

Deep green meadows, blood- red Chianti, towering cypresses, vineyards and secluded estates, fresh pecorino cheese, the blood- red poppy fields and fabulous sunset, this is how we imagine the Tuskany.

Whathever you do, if you take a stroll through the art metropolis of Florence, if you cross the island of Elba on two wheels, if you are enjoying a breathtaking sunset on the lilies’ island, the island of Giglio, or if you get enchanted by the leaning tower of Pisa: with all its facets and colors, the Tuscany is an absolute unique holiday destination. Great history, culinary delights and Italian catching enthusiasm ensure a memorable time in the Tuscany.

Tuscany is the land of poets and artists. The rolling hills, the characteristic cypress avenues and the mild climate inspire its visitors more than any other region of Italy. The capital city is the art metropolis of Florence.

Take your time and be charmed by the gentle morning light, watch the farmers gathering in the olives for the delicate "Olio Extra Virgin"; accompany truffle hunters, or explore the famous white marble of Carrara.

Not to forget, and necessarily to involve in a trip through Tuscany, are the endless sandy beaches on the shores of the clear Tyrrhenian Sea. Sunsets bathe the countryside in a magically appearing where someone may discover even a bit of himself.

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Elba: pearl of the Tuscan Archipelago

Elba: pearl of the Tuscan Archipelago

The Tuscan island of Elba is known as a little gem of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Surrounded by crystal blue waters, with sunny yellow sand beaches, lush green coves and barren, steep cliffs Elba enchants its visitors.

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Florence- the synthesis of the arts

Florence- the synthesis of the arts

Wherever you see, without a doubt, many artists left their mark in the heart of the Tuscany. Palaces, domes, paintings, churches and sculptures shape the face of the city and enchant its visitors.

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Pisa & its leaning tower

Pisa & its leaning tower

With no doubt, what you see is no optical illusion. The famous Campanile raises incredibly lopsided but nevertheless firm from the green lawns of the Campo dei Miracoli into the sky.

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Giglio- the island of the lilies

Giglio- the island of the lilies

As the second largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, Giglio is mainly known due to its surprisingly diverse flora and fauna. Rich collections of lilies, strawberry trees, snapdragons and roses determine the landscape on the small and cozy island. Like a pearl in an oyster, the Giglio isle with its unspoilt nature and crystal clear waters offer unforgettable holidays all year round.