The Apuan Alps, near the Tuscan coast, are rugged. Turns are sharp, mountains are steep. Heavily loaded trucks drive back and forth. Everything is covered with a white, chalky layer. Welcome to Carrara, the marble capital of the world.
An ocher-colored streetscape with shades of red and touches of orange, the active neighborhood life, and the centuries-old horse races right in the center: welcome to Siena! The beautiful walled medieval city is one of Italy’s most beautiful cities. Find out why
In the southwestern part of Lake Garda lies the beautiful town of Salò. Salò has a walking boulevard for seemingly endless strolling, many outdoor cafes to test, and a handful of beaches to laze on.
You have wine tours, and then you have an Antinori wine tour. This Italian winery in the Chianti region of Tuscany offers a very professional wine tour. From reception to departure, everything is immaculate. Maybe even a little too perfect for my taste.
Churches with pink marble, croissants with green filling, and ice creams in your favorite color. Florence is a colorful city. The city has many sights to make your city trip colorful. Discover what to do in Florence.
Would you like to do a small-scale, authentic wine tasting during your holiday in Tuscany? Then, winery A Solatio in Certaldo is the perfect place for you. The personal approach, endless supply of wine, and the many delicious snacks guarantee an unforgettable wine tasting in Italy.
Is Cinque Terre in Italy as beautiful as the photos on Instagram lead you to believe? Yes. Are you the only one who wants to visit the rocky coastal strip with the five fishing towns? No. Cinque Terre is Italy’s worst kept secret (but well worth the effort). In this blog, you will find everything you need to prepare for your visit to Cinque Terre.
In Tuscany, not far from Lucca and Pisa, you’ll find the artistic town of Pietrasanta. Imagine a small city center with street art, countless art galleries, and a lovely central square where the artsy population likes to stroll and meet.