Famous for the immense political and economic power it wielded during the rule of the Medici Dynasty, Florence offered the world a stage for great artistic masters such as Michelangelo, Brunelleschi, Leonardo da Vinci and Galileo.
Visiting Chianti means relaxing on unusual itineraries and travel between vineyards and forests, isolated villages, castles, abbeys to know about the little gems of Barberino Val d’Elsa, Greve in Chianti, Radda , Gaiole, Castellina, Castelnuovo Berardenga and much more.
Certaldo, Boccaccio’s city, is located on a hill and the oldest part is surrounded by old city walls. It has preserved medieval style with its old buildings, some of them built throughout several centuries.
Discovering Val d’Orcia
Orcia Valley is the most traditional picture of Tuscany, it stretches through green hills, creeks, and cypresses that go along the medieval Cassia road and the Fracigena. This area has been inhabited by Etruscans, Romans, and Lombards and is full of villages, castles, and churches.
The etruscan coast and the most beautiful beaches
The Etruscan Coast is a treasure trove with small pearls of great value. Starting with Castiglioncello, in his most famous Cove, then head to the wide beaches of fine white sand in Vada.
There are a lot of interesting sights to see in all the characteristic villages of Mugello, as the Medicean Villas and Castels.