Tuscany, Italy

Attractions

The Leaning Tower of Pisa

Visit a marvel of medieval engineering Construction on the Leaning Tower of Pisa began as early as 1173 and took 200 years to complete, making…

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa

Siena Cathedral

Medieval splendour Nestled in the heart of Siena, the Siena Cathedral is a magnificent 13th-century church. The outside is impressive enough, with typical period architecture…

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The Medici Chapels

Step into history The Medici Chapels are in the very heart of Florence, where the powerful Medici family once ruled. There are two buildings–one built…

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The Tarot Garden

Something a little bit different Away from the ancient churches and vineyards Tuscany is famous for lies this unusual gem, the Tarot Garden. Designed and…

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Uffizi Gallery

Experience Renaissance art in historical surrounds Commissioned by the Medici family in the late 16th century, the Uffizi gallery is one of Florence’s most important…

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Uffizi Gallery

Uffizi Gallery

The Art Collection and History Majority of the art collection at Uffizi Gallery comes from the Renaissance period. The state of Tuscany received the main…

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Palazzo Vecchio

Interior Palazzo Vecchio features 2 floors. On the first floor visitors will find sculptures of De Rossi, Genius of Victory by Michelangelo, and statues by…

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Leaning Tower of Pisa

History Bonnano Pisano laid a marble foundation for the tower in 1174. Due to the fact that there was a lot of water under the…

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Cathedral of Florence

Historical, one-of-a-kind architecture The Cathedral of Florence, or the Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore, is the only building of its class in the world.…

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Bargello National Museum

Interior and Exhibits This museum has a large collection of sculptures that include Donatello’s statue David and Saint George, as well as the Portrait of…

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Florence Cathedral

Style & History Designed in a typical Gothic style, Florence Cathedral was finished in 1367, although the facade remained unfinished until the 19th century. Most of…

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Galleria dell’Accademia

History Besides masterpieces from Michelangelo, Galleria dell’Accademia also features several halls that include: hall of the prisoners, hall of the colossus, gipsoteca bartolini, Florentine gothic,…

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Giardino Bardini

History Originally owned by the Mozzi family, Giardino Bardini was restored in 1913 by Stefano Bardini who also enlarged the villa and lived there with…

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Accademia Gallery

Explore the halls of one of Florence’s most impressive galleries The Accademia Gallery was originally founded in the 18th century, for students of the Academy…

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