Tuscany holidays 2020
A holiday to Tuscany is simply exquisite, and the experience of food, art and wine are unforgettable. In fact, nothing about a holiday to Tuscany will disappoint, as the region is a world-class vacation spot. With our top deals, we can help to make your holiday to Tuscany a cheap holiday.
A vast array of specialities from art to wine-producing come together in Tuscany; making it one of the most elegant regions in Italy. From the magical Siena Cathedral to meeting Michelangelo’s David in person, you will find that the region of Tuscany presents some of the most intriguing examples of architecture and art. World famous sculptures, paintings and buildings are commonplace throughout the towns and cities, although there’s plenty aside from the intriguing monuments, too.
Set amongst one of Italy's finest natural landscapes, Tuscany must be lived to be believed. A holiday to the central region of Italy will transport you back in time in its small villages and have you dreaming of spending your future in the Tuscany. Magical and majestic, Tuscany is a wonderland of beauty waiting to be seen.
Tuscany at a glance
Top attractions to visit
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Florence Cathedral, The Bargello, San Gimignano, Populonia
Try the local wine
Taste great Tuscan wines such as Chianti, Brunello and Montepulciano
Sample the local food
Try pecorino cheese from Pienza & ricciarelli biscuits from Siena
Explore the city
Get to know the spectacular city of Florence with its rich Renaissance heritage and gorgeous art scene
Explore the vineyards of Chianti, relax in the thermal springs dotted all over Tuscany or view the sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo
Visit Piazza del Campo, Siena for one of the largest medieval squares in Europe
Top resorts in Tuscany
Florence holidays, in Italy’s stunning Tuscany region, are perfect for either a weekend getaway or a longer stay in Italy. …from £152 pp
Montecatini Terme is a charming spa town in Tuscany, with beautiful Art Nouveau thermal baths set in gardens. You can …from £168 pp
Livorno is Tuscany’s second-largest city, located on the beautiful Tyrrhenian coastline and boasting captivating hustle and bustle that is synonymous …from £242 pp
Pisa might be a city which boasts relics and architecture that are hundreds of years old, but this city is …from £151 pp
Grosseto is a quiet and authentic Italian town set in Tuscan countryside. The lovely historic centre is full of palaces …from £193 pp
Nestled deep in the heart of Central Italy in the throngs of tantalising Tuscany, Lucca is a beautiful historical city …from £169 pp
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Things to do in Tuscany
Tuscany is famous for art and the region's museums will never disappoint culture vultures. Florence may be your best bet when it comes to paintings, sculptures and other artworks. Academia Gallery is where you’ll find Michelangelo’s David and a host of other sculptures and artistic pieces. The gallery is a must-see and is always very busy so ensure you check out tickets or book in advance to get in. The Bargello Museum is another intriguing stop off during a Tuscan escape. The structure based in Palazzo del Bargello is not as busy as some of the more popular museums. Regardless, there is plenty of great art on display.
Outside of the museums there is plenty to see and do. Go sunbathing on the beaches of the Tuscan coast for some fresh air and a golden Italian tan. Scuba dive from Porto Azzuro or ride horses through stunning scenes in Lucca. Whether you’d prefer to stay active with the range of outdoor activities on offer or would rather relax amid a huge array of museums and cathedrals, Italy will suit you with an all-round holiday experience.
There are 18 beaches along the Tuscan coast and you will have ample opportunities to sample their sands. From blue flag beaches to more secluded spots, Tuscany has a beach for everyone. The Versilia area is known as a posh stretch of beach. The summer nightlife around the beach is nonstop, and when autumn hits, many of the business shutdown until the warm weather returns. The posh section of the beach provides you with deckchairs, umbrellas and bars serving drinks and snacks. The beach here will cost you, but if you want a "free" spot to catch the sun, head down to Viareggio. Bring your own towels, chairs and snacks when stopping there.
The Marina di Pisa is a perfect beach for families. Short and narrow, the beach is backed by a wooded area. A large rock wall protects the beach from strong currents, giving children the chance to play in the sea without any problems.
What our local experts say
Local guide: 48 hours in Florence
Florence, capital of Tuscany and birthplace of the Renaissance, is a gorgeous city of domes and towers on the banks of the Arno River. Filled with splendid palaces and churches, magnificent squares and astounding artworks, it is one of the most enchanting cities in all Italy. Perfect for a city ...Continue reading
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Visit in the shoulder months of April, May, September and October to avoid the crowds (and high temperatures) of summer. You’ll still have pleasant weather allowing you to sightsee and enjoy your trip.
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