Tuscany is one of the most popular destinations in Italy, and these photos easily explain why. Located in central Italy, Tuscany stretches from the Apennine Mountains to the Tyrrhenian Sea. From the rolling hills with scenes of serene countryside dotted with wineries, to vibrant cities famous for art, architecture, and food, and to the pristine seashore, Tuscany has it all.
Please enjoy 25 of my favorite photos of Tuscany.
The medieval walled Tuscan town of San Gimignano
The Renaissance Church of San Biagio in Montepulciano
Florence’s Campanile, also known as Giotto’s Bell Tower
Fiesole, a town high above Florence
A view of Siena
Church of Saint Agostino in Montepulciano
The Campo in Siena, a great place to congregate and people-watch
The incredible marble quarries in Carrara, where the marble for Michelangelo’s David was acquired.
Piazza Santa Maria Novella in Florence
View of Siena
The walled, medieval castle of Monteriggioni, a town located between Siena and Florence
The stunning facade of the Duomo in Florence
Part of the ancient wall surrounding Lucca
The incredible sculpture of David in the Accademia Gallery in Florence
The beach at Massa di Carrara
The iconic carousel belonging to the Picci family on the Piazza della Republica in Florence
Fog over the mountains in Ponte a Serraglio, one of the villages of Bagni di Lucca.
A view of Florence and the Arno River from Piazzale Michelangelo
The view from the top of the Tower of Pisa, well worth the climb
The Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence
The Fountain of Joy in Siena
Rocca e Parco Montestaffoli is the highest point in San Gimignano and well worth the walk up the hill to reach this peaceful setting.
The Cathedral of Siena
San Michele in Foro Church in Lucca, one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture
If you’d like to read more about Tuscany, you might enjoy traveling along with me in Memoirs of a Solo Traveler – My Love Affair with Italy, currently available on Amazon and Amazon UK.
Have you been to Tuscany? What was your experience? I’d love to hear about it, so please leave a comment.
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