The Thousand Faces of Tuscany

February 8, 2017

What to visit in Tuscany: enjoy the holidays in a land that will never cease to amaze

Tuscany is one of the Italian regions with the largest number of tourist attractions:

Pisa and its leaning tower, Fiesole with its splendid Roman Theatre and the Church of San Francesco, the Chianti hills and the fine wine with the same name are just a few of the more interesting places in the area.

Rolling hills, mountains that are still Alps but already Apennines, until you get to the pristine beaches, Tuscany is a land with a thousand faces and endless possibilities, a place to discover.

Unique places in the world like San Gimignano, known as the Manhattan of the Middle Ages, Siena with its famous “Palio” known throughout the world, San Chiusdino with the Abbey of San Galgano, the hermitage of Monte Siepi and the legend of the Sword in the Stone.

…and Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance, with extraordinary art collections, original monuments and the Brunelleschi’s Dome of the Cathedral in the historic centre: the largest dome ever built.

Where to stay in Florence Tuscany

We wait for you at the Brunelleschi, hotel in Florence, ideal starting point for any excursion. Discover our welcoming rooms and suites with a view over the main monuments of the city and the special offers available all year or in occasion of special celebrations.

Even Robert Langdon, protagonist of Dan Brown’s novels, stayed several times at the Brunelleschi: you can find citations in the book The Da Vinci Code and in Hell.

The main feature of the hotel Brunelleschi, 4 stars in the heart of the historic centre, is its entrance façade represented by the Byzantine Tower of Pagliazza, in circular shape: one of the most ancient buildings in Florence located in a picturesque corner of the city, Piazza Santa Elisabetta.

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Our concierge is at your disposal to organize all excursions in Tuscany, guided tours, tastings and tickets to the most beautiful museums. You can contact him at 055.27370 or by email at

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