Home to thousands of years of captivating heritage, distinct landscapes and a wealth of culture, the central Italian region of Tuscany is a nation within a nation just waiting to be discovered.

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Tuscany is the birthplace of the Renaissance art movement, which is reflected by the romanticism felt in every area of the region, with each and every one of its destinations showcasing their own unique and individual character.
If you’re looking for a scenic getaway, look no further; Tuscany is home to more UNESCO sights than the populous nations of South Africa, Argentina and Australia.
Not only are the sights to die for, but Tuscany also provides its visitors with a culinary exploration; from the popular Chianti Tuscan wine to the simple, yet exquisite locally sourced cured meats, cheeses and artisan olive oils – a trip to Tuscany, is a trip to Italy’s gastronomic capital.
Indulge in the cuisine, admire the breath-taking scenery and discover the abundance of cultural heritage that makes Tuscany the fascinating Italian region that is so well loved by people all over the world.

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Academy Of Florence Art Gallery
With a fame that goes way beyond the national borders, Galleria dell’Accademia hosts some of the greatest Renaissance masterpieces. Michelangelo's David should be enough of a reason for you to book your ticket now.
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Florence Academy of Fine Arts
A hospital turned into a convent, by the 19th century the edifice had already become an art gallery now famous worldwide for housing the stunning David sculpture by Michelangelo. Definitely a must see while visiting Florence.
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Torre Pendente
One of Italy's signature sights, the Torre Pendente (Leaning Tower of Pisa) truly lives up to its name, leaning a startling 5.5 degrees off the vertical. Taking almost 200 years to build, this is a truly unmissable landmark!
Uffizi Gallery
Recognised as a museum of international reputation, Uffizi Gallery hosts several exquisite Renaissance masterpieces by Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael, Botticelli. Everything about Uffizi is mind-blowing, so make sure you allocate at least a day to fully grasp the beauty of the place.
Pitti Palace
One of the top cultural destinations in Florence, Pitti Palace is an enormous 15th century building housing several museums, with various exhibits, from precious porcelain to elegant garments, surrounded by a big beautiful garden.
The Boboli Gardens
An absolutely spectacular open air museum, Boboli Gardens surround the grand Pitti Palace, fascinating visitors with lush vegetation turned into fabulous architectural shapes, hiding inspiring sculptures, fountains, lakes, everything arranged to perfection. Did we mention you also get a breathtaking panora...

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