Holidays in Tuscany: great small towns with beautiful architecture monuments
Who makes holidays in Tuscany, will know it after a few days, at the latest: the local architectural monuments are one of the most striking features of this region. Here, in Tuscany you will find everything else, what this fabulous region of Italy is known: the wine, the colors, the light, the art and history. This is a great prerequisite that every holiday is here full of experience and unique!
We want to now offer you a brief overview of the most famous monuments of architecture in Tuscany. At the same time, we help you to make an itinerary for your vacation in Tuscany. This work by the fact that we divide them according to different cities.
Our journey in the province of Tuscany
Siena has a very rich history. At the same time located in a historic region. The city of Siena is small, but densely populated. The architectural monument, which you should not miss, is the Cathedral. Especially its interior design is fascinating. A special tip: Visit Siena to the Festival of the Palio. He is between 2 and 16 August and solemnly committed.
Tuscany vacation: the Cathedral is one of the most famous sights in Siena
Lucca is situated in the vicinity of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Also, this region is very rich in monuments and other historical monuments. The medieval are especially worth highlighting. In addition to many other interesting places you can visit also the House of Giacomo Puccini. It is surrounded by a high brick wall and as soon as you enter this, you will discover gorgeous architecture inside.
Lucca – a medieval city
A little oasis in the vicinity of the Tyrrhenian Sea
The great Italian composer Giacomo Puccini
The birthplace of Giacomo Puccini is located here in Lucca
Vinci is an other great destination, which is strongly worth because of the monuments. Here, the famous Leonardo was born. A museum was dedicated to his work and life.
The birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci is named after him. The sounds of course, or?
Beautiful Views of the city
The Museum of Leonardo da Vinci
Visit also Fiesole, if you love the architectural monuments. This small town is located in the vicinity of Florence. From almost all places here opens a wonderful view over the surrounding area. Here you will find remains of Roman amphitheatres and ancient walls. Continue to explore the Roman baths, great roads and even a magical Mediterranean atmosphere.
Fiesole – a small town near Florence
Magical Mediterranean atmosphere
The Roman amphitheatre is still there to this day!
We conclude with a further small and picturesque place in Tuscany. San Gimignano was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1990. That says enough, right?
Come to Tuscany and enjoy your holidays under the Southern Sun, and between the numerous historical architecture monuments here!
San Gimignano is in the UNESCO World Heritage list