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Tuscany Travel Guides

 

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Dozens of FREE guides, eBooks and other travel resources for Italy's most picturesque wine region

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Tuscany is one of Europe's most beautiful tourist destinations and you can easily explore it with the free travel guides we found for you 

Top 10 Florence and Tuscany (Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guides): This series of guidebooks by DK Eyewitness Travel has gained its great popularity thanks to its distinctive "Top 10 format" which makes it easier for travelers to know what are the most worthy places to visit in each town and destination, as well as the best bars, best shopping options and so on… This edition was published in 2011, so some of the information (not much really) might be outdated (maybe some restaurants have closed down since then), but most of the info is still very much valid and the guide makes a great travel companion…

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Frommer's Florence, Tuscany and Umbria (2010): While on holiday in Italy, plan your own adventures with this best-selling guide to Florence, Tuscany and Umbria. Published by one of the world's leading travel-guide publishers, Frommer's, this very detailed guide boasts quite a few itineraries that are well worth considering, as well as plenty of info about the history and the culture of the region, and some pretty useful "insider tips"... (click here to view / download)

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Frommers Florence And Tuscany Day By Day. 2nd Edition Jun 2009: Let this quality holiday information guide you through each day you get to spend in Florence and Tuscany. Through vivid descriptions and stunning photography, you will not have any problems planning the perfect daily itineraries. There is information for everyone, from wine lovers to adventure seekers!

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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Florence and Tuscany: Allow this guide to “guide” you in the right directions for your dream holiday in Florence and picturesque Tuscany. Find all you need, from the best places to stay and the tastiest places to enjoy local food to great museums and surreal medieval towns… (click here to view / download)

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Tuscany Tourist Guide: History, Art, Nature: This handy 68 page guide provides description about each and every village, or sightseeing spot in Tuscany, including some good maps, which helps you plan the perfect itinerary for your Tuscan holiday, as you can read quickly and decide whether you want to spend your precious time on a certain place, or whether you don't…

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The Via Francigena: This short yet detailed guide covers the Tuscan section of the ancient Via Francigena and provides great itinerary ideas for walks along the historic route, as well as information about picturesque villages and interesting sightseeing spots along the way… Perfect for those of you who wish to opt for a walking holiday (click here to view / download)

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 Tuscany: Plan a memorable trip to Italy's most picturesque region with our hand picked free guides and eBooks

3 days in Tuscany: You can fit a great many things into a three day holiday in Tuscany, but you want to ensure you get to see all you ever wanted to see in this awesome region! This guide will help you reach your holiday goals by mapping out the perfect itinerary – Particularly recommended for first timers.

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5 days in Tuscany: Description: This short and to-the-point article makes a great travel planning tool for first time visitors to Tuscany, who want to make the most of their 5-day holiday in this beautiful part of Italy (click here to read)…

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7 days in Tuscany: Here is a truly great itinerary-suggestion for those of you who can spend a whole week in quaint Tuscany. Written by folks of Discover Tuscany, it really covers the must-sees of this charming region (click here to read it)…

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6 ways to experience wine in Tuscany: If you are a lover of good wine, Tuscany is the perfect place to spend your holiday. Not only does Tuscany have some of the best wine in the world, it also boasts some extremely beautiful landscapes and enchanted villages which make it one of the world's most sought after wine regions.

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Wine experience in Tuscan Castles: Within the many Tuscan vineyards you can get amazing views of the historic castles that are spread all throughout this scenic region. Enjoy a sunset meal with a castle view, or even book your holiday stay at one of the many castles that have been turned into luxury boutique hotels.

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Tuscany's chianti classico wine route: top 10 guide: This mini-guide to Tuscany's legendary Chianti Classico Wine Route provides detailed descriptions of some of the region's best wine-makers, where you can enjoy free tastes…

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A Self-Guided Wine Tour of Southern Tuscany: Where to Dine, Buy and Sip Wine in Montepulciano and Montalcino: This mini-guide provides a detailed itinerary for visiting two of southern Tuscany's most engaging hill towns, Montalcino and Montepulciano, where you can enjoy the combination of beautiful countryside, stately Renaissance architecture and art, and, of course, plenty of good wine… (click here to read it)…

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Wine Tasting in Tuscany: The Best Tuscan Wine Regions and How to Get There:

Those who have visited Tuscany already know that this is one of the world's greatest and most beautiful wine regions. The wines are superb and the vineyard views are breathtaking. Add some of these fantastic vineyards to your holiday itinerary! (click here to read the guide)

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 Plan a perfect trip or holiday in Tuscany, Italy, with the carefullt picked travel guides that we found for you

Top 25 Tuscan Food Finds: When in Tuscany, don’t simply dine at the well-known restaurants, go off the tourist path and check out what some of the smaller, lesser known places have to offer. These top picks will please any palate as there is something for everyone (click here to read the mini-guide).

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How to Discover Chianti and it’s Beautiful Towns: Not many regions are as rich in beauty and charm as Chianti is. Think of rolling green hills, olive groves and sprawling vineyards and you will know what you have to look forward to in this quaint Italian landscape… Click here for a short introductory guide to Chianti's main towns and villages.

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A Mini-Guide to Wine Tasting in Chianti: You cannot enjoy a holiday in Chianti without first exploring the possibilities available for wine tasting. This great mini-guide will help you plan your holiday itinerary and make sure you don’t miss out on the best wine tasting experiences.

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Chianti Classico Itinerary –Unforgettable Via Chiantigiana: While in Tuscany, make sure you ride along the winding Via Chiantigiana, from Florence to Siena. Passing through the magnificent wine region of Chianti, the road runs between rolling green hills, quaint historic villages and beautiful old vineyards, where some of the world's best wines are produced… This is a must add to any travel itinerary, no matter how long you will be in the area (click here to read on)...

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San Gimignano Travel Guide: Written by Martha Bakerjian, an Italy Travel Expert of "about travel", this mini-guide provides short and to-the-point travel info about San Gimignano: One of Tuscany's most beautiful medieval towns.

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How to See Siena in 24 Hours or Less: If you only have one day to explore Siena, you may want to make every moment count. This beautiful old town can actually be seen in a day or less as long as you put together an itinerary plan ahead of time. It may be a packed schedule, but it is quite worth the while.

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36 Hours in Siena: Published by the British Telegraph, this fairly detailed itinerary will help you make the most of your two days visit to Siena, so you can really explore this amazing old town, where impressive medieval and renaissance architecture set the scene… (Click here to read)…

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Food Lover’s Guide to Siena: 10 Great Cultural Restaurants

In Siena, food and culture go hand in hand. With so many eateries to choose from, it is helpful to have a guide to help you along. These top 10 picks will definitely not disappoint, so add them to your itinerary!

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Guide to Val D’orcia: Once again, famed travel magazine, Conde’ Nast provides a fabulous guide, this time to Val D’orcia, one of Tuscany's most magical areas. This is the most helpful thing to have when planning your holiday itinerary as it will ensure you know all about the places and sites you should not miss, as well as highly recommended restaurants and hotels.

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A Full Day Itinerary for Pisa: Pisa has a lot more to offer to its visitors than just its famous leaning tower… This great itinerary will really help you explore this enchanting old city, even if all you have is just one day (click here to read it)…

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48 Hours in Pisa: You only have 48 hours in Pisa so you have to make the most of every moment. Find out about all the must see places and the best food in town.

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Delicious Tuscan ,food. Explore some of the best restaurants and eateries in Tuscany with our free travel guides to Italy 

The Leaning Tower: The most Fascinating Miracle: The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the world's best-known landmarks. Find out why by learning about the history and mystery surrounding this massive structure that leans but never falls… A great introductory guide.

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Pisa for Foodies: Although Pisa is best known for its amazing leaning tower; food is also a great fascination of this amazingly beautiful city! Find the hidden treasures that aren’t crowded up with tourists and plan your holiday around the many food festivals (Click here to read the full article)…

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A Day Long Itinerary for Arezzo: The beautiful town of Arezzo is one of Tuscany's must-visits. Perched atop a hill surrounded by picturesque valleys, this enchanting town offers a plethora of churches, museums and other sites to see here and a day may not even feel like enough time!

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A Taste Tour in Arezzo: There are many routes to take when you go on a taste tour in Arezzo. One of the top amazing finds is the local wine producer’s offerings. Try out the Cortona Wine Trail to see the vineyards and olive gardens for starters! (Click here to read the mini-guide)…

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A Short and Nice Introductory Guide to Elba Island: Elba Island is certainly one of the pearls of the Mediterranean Sea. The history of this small island is just as rich as the beauty of its coastline and the deep blue waters that surround it... Click here to read this lovely mini-guide…

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What to See in Lucca in Just 1 Day: Although it may seem like a fantastic claim, you really can see the city of 100 churches in just one day! You may want to stay longer, but it is most definitely possible to get a full look at the beauty and charm in this lovely town even if all you have is only one day. You will definitely want to return!

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Trip to Livorno: The Central Market and Cacciucco Fish Stew: This is a place where you can arrive by boat and have a relaxing day among the canals and the rocky coast. Eat some fish stew and mingle with the overwhelmingly friendly locals as you navigate the quaint neighborhoods and the Central Market.

 

 

 

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