Easter is approaching and in this article you will find interesting ideas and tips on how to organize your Easter holidays in Florence. Guided artistic tours, food and wine tours, naturalistic itineraries but also exhibitions and typical Florentine customs.
Let’s discover the Val d’Orcia: a guided tour in Tuscany dedicated to breathtaking landscapes, delicious food and wines and enchanting small town. Among the the many places you can visit in this region you cannot miss a day trip to Pienza, famous for being considered the perfect city of the Renaissance but also, and not least, for its delicious pecorino.
There are so many things to do in Tuscany and among all you can’t miss a visit to the medieval town of Anghiari. It was the scene of an important battle between Florence and Milan, also represented in a fresco by Leonardo da Vinci, and today it shows itself as a precious medieval jewel, perfect for a day trip from Florence and for those looking for Tuscany off the beaten paths.
On this day trip close to Florence, we will discover together one of Tuscany hidden gems: Colle Val d’Elsa. It is considered one of the best medieval towns in Tuscany, famous for its house-towers, medieval atmosphere and crystal-producing craftsmen, who have helped it earn the name of Bohemia of Italy.
A guided tour through the streets of a charming Tuscany medieval town, Certaldo, perfect choice for a day trip close to Florence, where time seems to have stopped to the Middle Ages and where you can breathe a magical and full of tradition atmosphere. Discover with me its history, customs and typical foods, including the famous Certaldo onion gelato!