Strolling through the narrow streets of Pienza: UNESCO World Heritage Site and “capital” of pecorino cheese http://bit.ly/
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Once upon a time and even now, in a village called Buggiano, there is a villa called Villa Bellavista. Discover secret gardens and a sumptuous villa in the Valdinievole http://bit.ly/Buggiano
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A glimpse of Capalbio, the most southern town of Tuscany http://bit.ly/
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Ponte alla Dogana, a famous 14th century bridge in Fabbriche di Vallico (Lucca). It marked the boundary between the Duchy of Modena and the Republic of Lucca.
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If you are looking for a genuine and not overworked Tuscany, the Val di Merse could be your choice. Here is a list of places to discoverhttp://bit.ly/MerseValley
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One of the most beautiful gardens in Italy.
Read about the Garzoni Garden and the Butterfly house in Collodi, near Pistoia http://bit.ly/
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Monte Amiata is the highest extinct volcano in Italy, reaching 1736 metres. Sparsely populated, it consists mostly of small towns spread throughout the valleys. Find out here 12 places to visit in Monte Amiata http://bit.ly/MountAmiata
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Discover Viareggio: a land of artists, sailors and poets http://bit.ly/ViareggioTOB
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Inside the Pitti Palace, one of the most impressive building in Florence and home to an important museum complex. Read about ithttp://bit.ly/PalazzoPitti
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Siena is one of the most famous Italian cities and a place everyone aims to visit during a trip to Tuscany.
Find out here 10 things not-to-be-missed in Siena http://bit.ly/Siena10
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