Fucecchio and Indro Montanelli

Fucecchio (pronunciation: Fucécchio, Ficeclum) is a town in the metropolitan city of 23,496 Italian in Florence in Tuscany, in the lower Valdarno. The municipality lies on the right bank of the Arno River, the border between the provinces of Florence, Pisa, Lucca and Pistoia and near the wetland Padule di

Pisa and the leaning tower

Is the famous leaning tower which makes Pisa known all over the world, but the city also offers many other interesting things to see and worth to spend at least a day. Arriving in the beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli, the eye is undoubtedly captured the tower and we can’t deny

Certaldo and Boccaccio

Settlements already in Etruscan, the name Certaldo derives its name from the Latin cerrus altus, or from the Germanic cerrus aldo, both meaning “Hill covered with cash”. In 1164 the emperor Frederick Barbarossa the grants to the counts Alberti from Prato, who settled in what is today’s Palazzo Pretorio. From

Lucca and Lucca Comics and Games

Many are the things to see in Lucca, a town from the immense historical-monumental wealth which was also advanced the proposal to include its historic UNESCO World Heritage site. Beginning almost intact walls that surround it.  You can access the city passing the walls through six gates built between 1500

Montecatini and its spa

Montecatini is a town within easy reach, is situated in a strategic position for those who plan to visit a little Tuscany full of beautiful art cities. By staying there you can enjoy the tranquility of a spa town despite having to throw an uncontaminated and wonderful works of art.

Volterra, the Alabaster city

Volterra is a town in the province of Pisa, not far from Florence, Siena and the coast, particularly known for its Etruscan origins and the many archeological findings belonging to this period. Today, Volterra is a popular destination to Tuscany, both for its typical products, both because of its urban

The tour of the Florentine hills

The Florentine hills, boasting of the artistic and cultural capital of Renaissance Florence, are known all over the world but what few know is that fall within a local context only. The Florentine hills, harmonious fruit of the encounter between the secular work of man and a generous nature and

Venice and its Lagoon

Venice is a unique city, a wonder, a miracle on the water, an open air museum! With this guide visit Venice will be even easier. Visiting it means to live a unique experience, for this you have to see it in all its aspects and points of interest, starting with

The Historical Center of Florence

The Historical Centre of Florence, a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1982 concluded within the circle of the avenues traced on the old medieval walls, collects the most important cultural assets of Florence. Bounded by the walls of the 14th century, built thanks to the commercial and economic power