Comprised of ten unique provinces, Tuscany is a region in central Italy known for its beautiful landscapes and rich artistic heritage. Its sprawling vineyards produce some of Italy’s finest wines, and its capital of Florence is home to some of the most famous works of art in the world.

Featured Experiences

In the Land
of Chianti

Produced between six different provinces in the region, Chianti is the red wine that symbolizes all of Tuscany.

Sip from charming cantinas in the area, and go behind-the-scenes with local wine experts that have been producing this variety for generations.

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Art Tour

Florence is known to Italians as an open-air museum! Our local guides will lead you through this artist's haven, ensuring you don't miss anything.

We'll explore must-see attractions like Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Gallery, then discover our favorite hidden gems...

Escape to
San Gimignano

Perched on top of countryside hills, San Gimignano is one of the best-preserved medieval towns from the XIV century.

Towers create a skyline that earned the name "the Manhattan of Tuscany". We'll explore the town, then end with a view of the surrounding landscape.

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The Original Banksy

In the streets of Florence, Palazzo Vecchio displays on its façade a peculiar piece of graffiti sketched by Michelangelo himself!

According to urban legend, he carved it out of boredom without looking, with a hand behind is back.

Weak in the Knees

Have you ever been in the presence of art so stunning that you felt faint? As it turns out, there’s a name for that!

Nicknamed "Florence Syndrome", this psychosomatic response to overwhelming beauty was first discovered here.

Better with Age

One of the world’s oldest wineries, Barone Ricasoli, is nestled between acres of olive groves and rolling hills in Tuscany.

The famed Chianti Classico originated here in 1872, while the family name and castle can be dated back to 1141!