Tuscany is a region in central Italy that stretches along the coastline of the Tyrrhenian Sea from La Spezia to Orbetello in the south. Tuscany is famous for its Medieval villages, hilltop walled towns and impressive castles plus all the delicious wine that originates from the region. It is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and famous for the ancient feudal city states of Lucca, Florence, Siena, Pisa and Arezzo. Tuscany's wines are world renown Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. It is a landscape dotted with the silver leaves of the olive tree and rustic farmhouses surrounded by acres upon acres of grape vineyards. Within Tuscany are the regions of Val d’Orcia and the Crete Senesi where the light seems to strike the Tuscan landscape with a sense of living in another world.

Tuscany Vacation Rentals and Boutique Hotels

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Villa Cardeto
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 50 - 65 EUR
Torre del Guado
Apartment Sleeps 2
Rates 90 - 145 EUR
Podere Finerri
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 180 - 280 EUR
The Red Apartment
Farmhouse Sleeps 2
Rates 120 - 150 EUR
Farmhouse Sleeps 12
Rates 65 - 200 EUR
Cabbiavoli Chianti farmhouse (Cabbiavoli's castle)
Farmhouse Sleeps 5
Rates 80 - 125 EUR
Ligoracce Farmhouse
Apartment Sleeps 6
Rates 50 - 80 EUR
Casa Melina
Apartment Sleeps 7
Rates 47 - 70 EUR
Farm “Il Corniolo”
Farmhouse Sleeps 8
Rates 160 - 195 USD
Grand Hotel Capitol
Hotel Sleeps 118
Rates 50 - 70 EUR
Casina di Rosa
Cottage Sleeps 2
Rates 50 - 80 EUR
Villa Serena
Villa Sleeps 6
Rates 270 - 300 EUR
Monastero San Silvestro
Apartment Sleeps 28
Rates 90 - 250 EUR
Residence Il Casale
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 103 - 150 EUR
"Il Borgo"
Farmhouse Sleeps 20
Rates 40 - 175 EUR
Casa la Bozza -Fontelunga
Apartment Sleeps 12
Rates 50 - 465 EUR
Castle Sleeps 46
Rates 90 - 130 EUR
De Castellani
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 90 - 100 EUR
B&B Soggiorno Pezzati
B&B Sleeps 11
Rates 30 - 100 EUR
Apartment "Il Cotto"
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 56 - 70 EUR
Melarancio 1
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 115 - 130 EUR
Boboli Flat
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 86 - 90 EUR
Via Alamanni Apartment
Apartment Sleeps 6
Rates 100 - 130 EUR
Hotel Villa Le Rondini
Hotel Sleeps 48
Rates 90 - 230 EUR
Hotel Monna Lisa
Hotel Sleeps 90
Rates 280 - 525 EUR
Hotel Cellai, Florence
Hotel Sleeps 110
Rates 169 - 320 EUR
Odina Agriturismo
Farmhouse Sleeps 22
Rates 80 - 560 EUR
La Ferriera
Apartment Sleeps 100
Rates 100 - 231 EUR
Il Trebbio
Cottage Sleeps 7
Rates 60 - 125 EUR
Agriturismo Al Sambuco
Apartment Sleeps 6
Rates 45 - 180 EUR
Sunrise B&B
B&B Sleeps 4
Rates 50 - 60 EUR
Casa Vacanza La Pozza
Apartment Sleeps 19
Rates 65 - 100 EUR
Il Glicine
Farmhouse Sleeps 6
Rates 80 - 140 EUR
La Terrassa Az. Agr La Casella
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 70 - 140 EUR
Gli Archetti Az Agr La Casella
Apartment Sleeps 2
Rates 35 - 70 EUR
IL Funghetto
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 60 - 120 EUR
Tizzie estate
Cottage Sleeps 4
Rates 75 - 75 EUR
Sante Marie
Apartment Sleeps 2
Rates 50 - 80 EUR
Renovated Villa with pool
Villa Sleeps 14
Rates 440 - 880 EUR
Pietra del Diavolo
Villa Sleeps 10
Rates 510 - 290 EUR
Locanda San Francesco
Hotel Sleeps 9
Rates 130 - 235 EUR
Apartment Sleeps 5
Rates 130 - 154 EUR
Montorio Estate
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 100 - 250 EUR
Borgo dei 7 Tigli
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 70 - 115 EUR
Poggio Alla Malva Apartment
Apartment Sleeps 15
Rates 60 - 140 EUR
Agritourism il Gelso
Farmhouse Sleeps 4
Rates 60 - 120 EUR
La Bedina
Cottage Sleeps 4
Rates 45 - 60 EUR
Navarro Hill Resort
B&B Sleeps 18
Rates 80 - 200 EUR
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 35 - 90 EUR
Villa I Barronci
Hotel Sleeps 32
Rates 105 - 300 EUR
Chiantihouse - Il Poderino
Apartment Sleeps 4
Rates 55 - 70 EUR
Hotel Villa San Paolo
Hotel Sleeps 150
Rates 137 - 187 EUR
Fattoria Catignano
Apartment Sleeps 80
Rates 78 - 160 EUR
Montalto Castle
Apartment Sleeps 6
Rates 90 - 400 EUR

Tuscany Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in Italy

Tuscany, or Toscana in Italian, is a region situated in central Italy that borders the regions of Umbria, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio and Liguria. Tuscany extends from the Apennine Mountains to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Tuscany, Italy consists of ten provinces: Massa Carrara, Arezzo, Livorno, Prato, Grosseto, Lucca, Pistoia, Siena, Pisa and Florence, Tuscany’s capital. Siena, Pisa and Florence have been deemed the region’s “art cities” because of their breathtaking architecture, stunning museums and galleries filled with beautiful and unique works of art. Florence is also one of the most loved and most visited cities in the world, attracting more than ten million tourists to a vacation in Tuscany every year. Many of these people stay in Tuscany accommodations during their visit, including villas, farmhouses, apartment rentals, hotels and bed and breakfasts. Visitors may even find a guest spa in the midst of a Tuscany accommodation. Florence, which has been voted a World Heritage Site by the United States Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, had almost two million visitors in 2007 and was declared the forty-sixth most visited city in the world. Located between Siena and Florence is the Chianti district, which is world-famous for its wine. Chianti is also a popular area where British and American expatriates have traveled to over the years. Quite a few renowned authors and poets are from Tuscany, Italy, including Dante Alighieri, who is well-known for The Divine Comedy; and Petrarch, who is remembered for his poetry, especially the Trionfi, or Triumphs in English, and the Canzoniere, or Songbook in English.

The region of Tuscany, Italy is recognized for its art, which can be displayed through its architecture. Some of the region’s architecture includes its historical churches, picturesque castles and renowned museums. The Signoria dei Medici, Tuscany’s center of art and culture, is a favorite place for locals and nonlocals to see. This museum encompasses a number of famous monuments, such as the Uffizi Gallery, the Santa Maria Novella, the Palazzo Vecchio and the Piazza del Duomo, which contains Galileo Galilei’s Bell Tower. The Bell Tower is more commonly known throughout the world as “the leaning tower of Pisa.” Galilei wanted to test the forces of gravity with his creation of the bell tower by building two hundred and ninety-four steps to the top of this tilted masterpiece. Tuscany, Italy is also known its fourteenth century monastery located in Florence: the Certosa di Galluzzo. The Certosa is completely inhibited by monks and can only be visited by a guide. Book a stay in Tuscany with Vacations-abroad.com and you will be able to experience all of the historical and artistic sites that the region has to offer.