Tuscany Trip Planning:Travel Advice and Tips from a Local

Tuscany Trip Planning: Travel Advice and Tips from a Local

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If you love Italy and are planning a trip to Tuscany for a great vacation in a surprising country so full of art and culture, then here are useful tips to plan your holiday. You’re in the right place!

Tuscany Trip Planning: Useful Tips to Plan your next Vacation in Tuscany

The region of Tuscany actually possesses all to make your stay unique: masterpieces of art, beautiful landscapes with undulating hills, winding country roads lined by cypress trees, castles, medieval hill towns with never ending views, a beautiful seaside with crystal clear waters, fantastic thermal baths, great food and wine …

Tuscany is full of splendid art towns, FlorenceSiena, Pisa, and Lucca; and of a lot of smaller suggestive villages like Pienza, Montalcino, Montepulciano, Cortona, and San Gimignano, not to mention the huge number of lesser known yet magical quaint villages all to discover.  And chic and luxury accommodations rise in fabulous locations. Tuscany really has a lot to offer! So where to start for planning a great Tuscan Trip?

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Looking for Tuscany travel advice and tips from a local? Wondering where to stay, when to visit, where to find the best food, wine, hotels and restaurants?

TuscanyChic provides help in planning your perfect holiday in Tuscany! If you like a personalized travel assistance for a tailored-made holiday in Tuscany I’ll be glad to help! I can suggest the best destinations to visit, give recommendations on my favorite wineries, best cooking courses, wine tours, walking tours and excursions, and fantastic Tuscan itineraries.

Contact me for a customized travel service or ask a question here. For general info on Tuscany and other useful travel tips just read across my blog, while here is a post dedicated to planning the perfect trip to Tuscany, where to find quick answers to the most common questions on Tuscany.

Anyone has a precise idea as to what is the dream holiday that would like to spend when visiting a new country. Choosing a particular place rather than another, a particular hotel instead of another; an itinerary versus another; all depends on the type of vacation one is looking for….I can help!

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About the author

Hi! My name is Elena, I'm a travel writer and a happy mom living near Florence. I love to explore Tuscany to discover special places and I have a great passion for Tuscan Cooking. On this blog I share my experiences on special hotels and places to visit in Tuscany and Italy, and about my grandmother's tasty Recipes! I'm happy to help travelers plan their holiday in Tuscany :-)

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2 Comments on “Tuscany Trip Planning: Travel Advice and Tips from a Local

  • Coming to Europe in September 2015. Starting in Greece for a week. Plan to then spend 4 or 5 days in Tuscany. Then finish in Rome for a week. Need advice on where to stay in Tuscany. Would like to stay in one place and travel out from there each day. Interested in a guide to take us out each day during our stay in the area. There will be 4 of us, two married couples. We are in our 60’s and like to move at a slow pace. We have very little knowledge of Tuscany

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    • elena nacci Post author

      Hi! I’m glad to help you 🙂

      First of all I suggest you have a look at this useful post on the blog where I speak how to plan a perfect trip to Tuscany; its gives general and practical information on where to stay, what to do, how to tour Tuscany and much more.

      Considering you’re staying in Tuscany for 4 or 5 days, I can say that the best area to explore the region’s best sights and attractions is Chianti and this thanks to its beauty and its central location between Florence and Siena. Chianti is renowned for its beautiful countryside, verdant hills, endless vineyards, great food and fine wines! That’s the perfect spot to move at a slow pace.

      Chianti is a great base to explore the best of Tuscany, from the same Chianti and its lovely hill towns, to other gems of Tuscany like Siena, San Gimignano, the Val d’Orcia…follow the link to see the complete list of the best day trips to make from Chianti.

      Regarding your request for a private guide to take you out each day during your stay, I recommend Guide in Toscana, offering personalized tours by qualified and professional local guides.
      I remain at your disposal for any further help needed,
      Have a nice day,
      elena

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