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Arezzo
Arezzo is the town of works of art as it is the home town of many famous painters, sculptors, architects, actors and so on
Florence
The Athens of the Middle Ages, the birthplace of the Renaissance and one of the most influent and lively cultural towns in Europe
Grosseto
The area of Grosseto has many places of historic and artistic interest that make the heritage of Maremma one of the greatest of the country
Livorno
Take a long walk on the beautiful Livorno's walking seadise
Lucca
Famous for its Renaissance-era city walls it's an enchanting tuscan jewel: visit its historical center all on foot
Massa-Carrara
The province of northern Tuscany, surrounded by sea and mountains, with a rich and colourful territory wordly famous for its marble
Pisa
Pisa is not only the Leaning Tower and Piazza dei Miracoli but also the characteristic Lungarni, along River Arno, small enchanting churches and nature
Pistoia
An underestimated medieval town whose walls enclose very rare treasures from arts to events, from ancient traditions to cultural innovation
Prato
Once famous for the textile industry, nowadays it's the second biggest city of Tuscany with a large range of cultural and artistic attractions
Siena
One of the most fascinating towns in Tuscany, not only for its sights, but also for its surroundings, rich of culture, history and tradition

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Eating Out in Tuscany
Attractions in Tuscany
Certosa del Galluzzo
Piazza Aranci
Museum of Palazzo Davan...
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