Artistic pearls

Only few can really experience the enchantment and magical spell of Tuscany. We would like imprint the “Great Beauties” of Tuscany into the hearts of our visitors.

Discover the Tuscan cities as Lucca, which is often called the “city of 100 churches” for housing a very high number of religious buildings, but what maybe stands particularly out are its Renaissance-era city walls that have remained intact since then.

Take a walk in the stunning Siena, and visit Palazzo Pubblico and its tower, Torre del Mangia and the Duomo, a great Gothic building filled with treasures by Pisano, Donatello and Michelangelo as well as frescoes by Pinturicchio.

Centuries of history

Great art, in particular art from the Renaissance, is one of the chief reasons for visiting Florence: some of the most famous artists in history and some of the art world’s greatest masterpieces are in fact located in Florence. Don’t miss The Uffizi Gallery, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Galleria dell’Accademia with the statue of David by Michelangelo, the church of Santa Maria del Carmine and many other spots.

Walk along the charming streets of San Gimignano, taking in its medieval atmosphere and make sure to visit the Duomo, where you’ll find extraordinary frescoes and climb Torre Grossa to admire the breathtaking panorama that has earned the town its recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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