Best activities in Tuscany
07 March 2017Read more...
In one of the most beautiful regions in the world there are many activities in Tuscany which one can take part in during their stay. Cycling is a fantastic way to explore charming Tuscan towns like Siena, Cortona, Florence, and Chianti. Cycling allows you to travel at your own pace and truly take in the […]
The Gluten Intolerant Traveller in Tuscany
31 January 2017Read more...
Travelling in Tuscany often means indulging in the many culinary delights that Italy has to offer. Many travellers plan a tour of Tuscany to experience the wonderful tastes of all the delicious food that is made with passion and with love. Often, however, these are mouth-watering pizzas and indulgent pastas that are packed full of […]
Holidaying in Small Communities
10 July 2016Read more...
Traveling overseas is an un-paralleled experience of cultures and sights which you had previously only ever heard about. Though sometimes the sheer popularity of a destination can detract from its inherent charm; attractions become warped by masses of tourists, and the subsequent industry catering to eager travellers. Conversely, quaint townships and small villages remain […]
02 June 2016Read more...
Cuisine is perhaps Italy’s most recognizable cultural landmark, its evolution parallels social and political change, and the regional variation of foods is emblematic of Italy’s rich national tapestry. The delectable nature of Italian cuisine, is defined by simplicity, minimal preparation and only the finest of ingredients. Though it is difficult to determine the precise origins […]
July in Tuscany
04 May 2016Read more...
The summer months in Italy, particularly July, bring the agriculturally rich region of Tuscany to life. The iconic sunflowers illuminate expansive and rolling hills in a spectacular yellow hue. Stone fruits, berries, melons and vegetables dangle from vines and trees and fields of lavender are in full bloom; all ready for the harvest. Tuscany is […]
September in Tuscany
30 March 2016Read more...
The rolling hills of Tuscany, adorned with its trademark cypress trees, stunning sunflower fields, vineyards and timeless architecture, is a marvellous travel destination, no matter the season. Towards the end of August, temperatures are dropping, travellers are heading home, the annual tourist circuit seems to be expired, which may be true for the rest of […]
LE CELLE DI SAN FRANCESCO HERMITAGE
31 January 2016Read more...
Only five kilometres from Cortona, it is a very narrow and winding road which one needs to undertake before arriving to Le Celle di San Francesco, nevertheless very worthwhile.
Such a serene location, it is a must when visiting Cortona. You can simply stroll the grounds, sit and meditate or attend a church service.
‘IL POZZO’ A TRUE GEM OF CORTONA
31 January 2016Read more...
The refined traveller who passes by Via Nazionale, the liveliest street for meeting friends and taking a stroll, can’t help but be drawn to the soft music coming from an alleyway decorated with images of the “most ancient city of Italy” (Henry James).
June & July
28 January 2016Read more...
We are in the midst of summer here in Tuscany and have the privilege of being part of and enjoying many wonderful events and sharing these with the many visitors who choose to travel with Tours of Tuscany.
Meet Sara Lovari
28 October 2015Read more...
My first job was on the radio. I used to travel there on my scooter. I had to input all the LP records onto a green-screened computer. There were hundreds of them, Roy Orbison, Celentano, “I Cugini di Campagna”…