Jan 9, 2020
When arriving at the destination, the main question that everyone asks is: What are the best attractions to visit here? This is what we want to show you!
Our intention is to help you in making your trip easier and well planned! Did you read our previous blog post? We wrote about how to get to Italy, flights, where to go, our suggestions, budget and costs!
Italy is a large country and you may be limited on time to visit all the most important cities! In this case, we would suggest Tuscany as a first destination. Below you will find a very interesting itinerary on what to see in Tuscany in 3 days. This way you can enjoy your holiday and get the best of Italy with you: wine, food, nature, and culture.
To make it easier for you, we inserted a table to describe shortly a perfect planned weekend in Tuscany.
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Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso, Portovenere Florence, 2 Wineries in Chianti Now, below we are giving more information about the attractions that you will visit and what is most interesting in each day. Keep reading.
Did you ever imagine to explore the whole Tuscan region in one day? On your first day of the itinerary, you will visit Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa! These are all perfect places for the ones who like to take photos, even if you don’t have much time.
This tour will get you to see Piazza del Campo, and Piazza del Duomo, where you will see the exterior of the magnificent Cathedral. After spending some time there, you will visit a winery located midway between Siena and San Gimignano. We have scheduled a special lunch in a winery-restaurant, where we will enjoy a wine tasting of renowned local wines. Your last stop will be Pisa, you will have the time to visit and take all the photos you want.
Your first day will consist of 13 hours and 45 minutes exploring the wonders of Siena, San Gimignano, and Pisa! Our guide will make sure to keep you well informed and entertained during the day. Now you will have to take a rest, select your best photos to post and wait for the next adventure. Day two is on her way!
On day two, you could choose between Montalcino and 5 Terre. You can either spend your day in Montalcino, and spend the whole itinerary in Tuscany, or choose 5 Terre, so you can travel beyond Tuscany.
5 Terre: If I told you that in three days, you will also visit another region of Italy, would you believe me? Yes, it is! If you choose the tour of the 5 Terre, you can visit a part of Liguria too. This tour will allow you to admire suggestive and very colorful landscapes! The Cinque Terre tour starts from Florence. Since the tour starts at 7am you will have enough time to enjoy the views and activities.
You’ll first reach Manarola, a tiny urban jewel characterized by Genoese style ‘case-torri’. Then you will move to Vernazza, a village overlooked by the remains of a Medieval castle with a cylindrical tower in which you can enjoy some free time. After that, with a boat ride, you will reach Monterosso, known as the ‘pearl of Cinque Terre’. And at the end of the day, we will all get back to Florence. Read full information about 5 Terre tour. If you are a person that enjoys sleeping in the morning, you can go with our second choice, choose Montalcino day-tour.
Montalcino: Montalcino is one of the most beautiful areas in Tuscany. It is the homeland of Brunello wine, cypresses and Pecorino cheese. On this day tour, you will not only visit Montalcino, we will also guide you to the small villages such as Pienza and Montepulciano! Between the attractions of the city, you will visit a cellar in Montalcino where you will taste wine and a delicious snack consisting of local products. Read the full information about Montalcino day tour.7
You will get the opportunity to visit the most appreciated museum in Florence. The Accademia features the most famous Michelangelo’s artwork, the statue of David, and other impressive masterpieces. You can’t say you have visited Florence without visiting The Accademia!
Then the afternoon is reserved for a good wine tasting of Chianti. Imagine yourself in the hills of Chianti with a nice glass of wine in your hand, a bit like in the movies. Your dream can come true with our Chianti afternoon tour.
You will visit the beautiful region of Chianti and enjoy the picturesque Tuscan scenery that you have imagined. During the tour, you will taste the most tasteful wines produced in Chianti. Chianti wines are world-wide known as fine wines and you will have the chance to see and undersee the astonishing village of Castellina in Chianti where you can find some shops specialized in typical Tuscan products, as well as elegant cafés where you can stop and enjoy coffee or ice cream.
Check the links on the subtitle to read the full info about the tours.
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