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Tuscany places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Tuscany region. See also our Tuscany travel guide.

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Abbey of San Galgano

The Abbey of San Galgano and the Chapel of Monte Siepi together make up one of the most impressive medieval gothic monasteries in Italy
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Anghiari

The historic village of Anghiari in eastern Tuscany is listed among the 'most beautiful villages in Italy'
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Arezzo

Centred around the lovely Piazza Grande, Arezzo has many highlights including numerous monuments and frescoes by Piero della Francesca
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Artimino

In the fortified village of Artimino you can see a lovely 11th century church and an important renaissance villa and etruscan museum
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Asciano

The small town of Asciano is in the heart of the Crete Senesi region of southern Tuscany
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Bagni di Lucca

The spa town of Bagni di Lucca was established in the 19th century and is now a popular base for enjoying the natural environment
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Barga

The cathedral town of Barga is well placed to explore the Garfagnana region of northern Tuscany
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Bibbiena

With its roots in Etruscan times, the village of Bibbiena is visited for its numerous small churches and palazzos
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Buonconvento

In Buonconvento you can explore the ancient walls and palazzos of this pretty medieval village in Crete Senesi in Tuscany
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Camaldoli

Camaldoli, in Casentino, is visited for the Holy Hermitage and Monastery in the village
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Capolona

The region around Capolona in Tuscany is visited for the traditional frescoed village churches here
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Carrara

The town of Carrara is famous for producing the marble used by the Ancient Romans and Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo
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Castel San Niccolo

The historic centre of Castel San Niccolò in Tuscany is small but very picturesque and unspoiled
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Castellina in Chianti

Castellina in Chianti is an ancient Etruscan hill town in Tuscany with a history dating back 3000 years
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Castelnuovo di Garfagnana

Castelnuovo di Garfagnana is a quiet market town and good base for exploring the pretty Garfagnana countryside.
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Certaldo

Both the historic centre of Certaldo and the scenic Tuscan landscapes around the village contribute to its appeal
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Cetica

In Cetica village in Tuscany you can see a medieval stone bridge and some interesting small ancient churches
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Chianciano Terme

Highlights in the small Tuscany town of Chianciano include the Museum of Sacred Art and the Collegiale Church
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Chianti

The famous wine growing region of Chianti in Tuscany has lovely landscapes and pretty villages to explore
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Chiusi

Both the National Etruscan Museum and an Etruscan labyrinth can be seen in ancient Chiusi
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Colle di val d'Elsa

The highlight in the Tuscan town of Colle di Val d'Elsa is the medieval centre of the upper town
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Cortona

Cortona is one of the loveliest Tuscany villages and also has impressive views across the rolling landscape
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Crete Senesi

The Crete Senesi region south of Siena is a very lovely part of Tuscany with traditional villages and scenic countryside
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Elba

The Tuscan island of Elba is a lovely combination of beaches and mountains, port towns and traditional villages
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Empoli

In the quiet town of Empoli you can explore the medieval piazza and surrounding streets
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Fiesole

Just north of Florence, Fiesole has lovely views across the city and also an impressive archaeology site with Roman and Etruscan monuments
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Florence

The city of Florence is one of the most lovely cities in Italy, and home to a great deal of Renaissance masterpieces
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Garfagnana

The scenic Garfagnana in northern Tuscany is a region of steep forested mountains and traditional villages and towns
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Isola del Giglio and Giglio Castello

The Isola del Giglio and medieval village of Giglio Castello are 16 kilometres off the coast of south-west Tuscany
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Lucca

Lucca is one of the most important Tuscany towns, and one of the most beautiful towns in Italy
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Maremma

The Maremma Regional Park is a scenic natural environment of beaches, reclaimed marshes and hills in southern Tuscany
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Massa Marittima

The medieval centre of Massa Marittima and the museums combine to make an interesting destination
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Montalcino

The medieval hill town of Montalcino, in the Crete Senesi region of central Tuscany, is overlooked by its 14th century castle
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Montefioralle

One of the 'most beautiful villages in Italy', historic Montefioralle is a picturesque village in the Chianti region of central Tuscany
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Montemignaio

The church and castle are the highlights in Montemignaio village, Casentino
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Montepulciano

Montepulciano is one of our favourite Tuscan towns
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Monterchi

The small Tuscan hill village of Monterchi is best known for its rare painting by Piero della Francesca
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Monteriggioni

The tiny village of Monteriggioni is one of the most intact fortified medieval towns to be found anywhere in Italy
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Monticchiello

Monticchiello is a lovely Tuscan hill village that retains its ancient defences and has lovely views
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Pelago

Pelago village still retains its medieval marketplace, churches and palazzos
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Pienza

Pienza, UNESCO heritage site, is one of the most interesting small towns in Tuscany
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Pietrasanta

The 14th century church is just one of the places of interest in old Pietrasanta
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Pisa

More than just the famous leaning tower, Pisa has an exceptional cathedral, baptistery and historic town centre
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Pistoia

Rather overlooked by visitors to Tuscany, Pistoia actually has an impressive cathedral in the historic town centre
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Pitigliano

Dramatically situated Pitigliano is one of the loveliest villages in southern Tuscany
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Poggio a Caiano

At Poggio a Caiano you can visit the Medici Villa, first Renaissance style villa in Italy
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Poppi

The small village of Poppi has an imposing 13th century castle
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Porto Ercole

Porto Ercole is a popular holiday resort on the Monte Argentario peninsula of southern Tuscany
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Prato

Prato is the historic centre of textile production in Italy and has several historic monuments and museums of interest to visitors
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Pratovecchio

There are several notable churches and monasteries in and near the medieval village of Pratovecchio
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Radda in Chianti

Radda in Chianti is a village in the steep wooded valleys to the east of the Chianti region of Tuscany
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Raggiolo

The small village at Raggiolo is on the side of a hill surrounded by chestnut forests
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San Gimignano

This village of medieval towers is one of the most beautiful, famous and visited in Italy
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San Miniato

Midway between Florence and Pisa, the hill town of San Miniato is a lovely place to break your journey and explore
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Sansepolcro

Sansepolcro is well known as the birthplace of famous renaissance artist Piero della Francesca
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Saturnia

The hot springs and series of waterfalls at Saturnia make it a very popular natural highlight in Tuscany
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Siena

Siena is an exceptional medieval city in Tuscany with numerous impressive monuments
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Sorano

Sorana is a very well preserved medieval town in southern Tuscany
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Sovana

At Sovana, listed among the most beautiful villages in Italy, you can also visit the Etruscan necropolis
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Stia

The quiet town of Stia has several buildings and artworks of interest to visitors
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Talamone

Talamone is a pleasant harbour town and gateway to the Maremma Natural Park
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Vallombrosa

At Vallombrosa you can visit the important abbey-monastery and the 11th century Hermitage of the Paradisino
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Viareggio

The resort of Viareggio is one of the most popular in Tuscany and well known for its art deco architecture
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Vinci

The Tuscan village of Vinci is famous for being the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci
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Volterra

Volterra has varied highlights, with an Etruscan museum, a Roman theatre and a medieval town centre
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