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Best Places To Visit On Your Next Trip To Tuscany
The capital of the Tuscan region is renowned as the cradle of the Renaissance. Be captivated by the Fountain of Neptune or the replica of Michelangelo's David.
You'll find the popular Santa Maria del Fiore and its octagonal Dome (aka the Duomo). Sightseeing is easy because the city is smaller than most people expect.
The Duoma di Siena, Torre del Mangia, and Biblioteca Piccolomini are all must-see attractions in Siena. Wandering the streets would be enough to fill your heart with joy.
Piazza del Campo includes historic buildings like the Palazzo Pubblico and the Torre del Mangia, one of the oldest towers in Italy. It comes with an unbeatable view of the city.
As the town comes into focus, its 14 grand towers become the main attraction. Palaces dating back to the 12th and 14th centuries line the pretty, double-walled town.
San Gimignano
Visit the Duomo di San Gimignano, where there are artistic masterpieces from the 14th and 15th centuries, or head to Torciano Winery to escape the crowds during the high season.
Best known for the Leaning Tower of Pisa, this town will keep you busy. Climb the steps of the tower in Piazza dei Miracoli or visit the Duomo di Pisa and the Pisa Baptistery.
Restaurants and shops are close to the University of Pisa. Dip your toes in the Mediterranean, visit the Natural Park of San Rossore Massaciuccoli, or walk through the Palazzo Blu.
Known as the city of 100 churches, Lucca is revered for its preserved ancient walls. Most of the excitement, like concerts and special events, occurs in Piazza Napoleone.
Climb the 148-foot Guinigi Tower, built in the 1300s, or visit the Piazza dell'Anfiteatro, a square built upon the ruins of a Roman amphitheater.