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Cooking Schools in Tuscany

December 15, 2011 by  
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Italian cuisine appeals to many people and it is something that we all like to try at home. However, getting our efforts to taste perfect is harder than it looks and with this in mind there are plenty of cooking schools in Tuscany that can show you how it should be done. Guests can learn [...]

San Gimignano 1300 – Tuscany In Miniture

October 12, 2011 by  
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Tucked into the quiet hills of Tuscany, in the province of Siena, is the small medieval town of San Gimignano. This walled fortress is world renowned for its massive towers and medieval architecture. This tiny village dates back to the 3rd century BC and is also known for Vernaccia di San Gimignano, the white wine [...]

Tuscany Wine: A Definitive Guide

September 16, 2011 by  
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Tuscan wine, considered to be one of the most important red wines in the world, is often associated with Tuscany’s rich history. Ever since the introduction of international grape varietals, Tuscan wine has been exported throughout the globe to critical acclaim. This Tuscany guide includes a history of Tuscan wines and includes all you need [...]

Tuscany Town Of Foiano Della Chiana Celebrates Its Annual Carnival For The 472nd Consecutive Year!

February 23, 2011 by  
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Visitors to Tuscany in springtime can enjoy Italy’s most enduring party. In the province of Arezzo, the town of Foiano della Chiana boasts a long and illustrious history.  Once frequented by Da Vinci during the Renaissance, the Tuscany town has been home to a carnival that is nearly five hundred years old. The center-piece of [...]

5 Beautiful Villages in Tuscany

June 14, 2010 by  
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If you don’t have a lot of time for your Tuscany vacation, you can just visit this small, yet diverse selection of wonderful villages to get a good feeling for the history and culture of this beautiful Italian region. Lucchio: Lucchio is a scenic village located in Lucca Province. It consists of the sparse remains [...]

What To See In Tuscany

April 10, 2010 by  
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Tuscany is known not only for its mild climate and beautiful countryside, but also for its long and storied history. Aspects of this past can be illuminated by a visit to any of the multitudes of historical sites within the region. Some sites are located in easily accessible urban areas, while others are tucked away [...]

What To Do In Tuscany

Tuscany is world-renowned for its historical monuments, sandy beaches, and rolling countryside. There is more to this central Italian region than sightseeing. There are all sorts of activities to ensure your visit is as dynamic as it is memorable. If you are trying to figure out what to do in Tuscany, we have a few [...]

Tuscany Tours

April 9, 2010 by  
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The prospect of a Tuscan holiday can seem overwhelming at first. The wealth of great art, food, sightseeing, and shopping can seem like a substantial amount to sort out. A visit to a region as beautiful and as historical as Tuscany might make you wish that there were more hours in a day, but do [...]

Tuscan Cuisine

April 7, 2010 by  
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A sampling of Tuscan cuisine is a cornerstone of any successful visit to the region. Tuscany is renowned for its gastronomy. Local chefs create a variety of savory dishes that would please even the most discerning palette. The locals take great pride in their food, and use only the best ingredients. Thus, the fresh game [...]

Popular Tuscany Restaurants

April 5, 2010 by  
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Tuscany is world-renowned for the quality of its cuisine. Locally-produced olive oil, truffles, and wine cultivate a truly exceptional dining experience. Dining of such quality is only found when the food characterizing a region is so closely bound with the land itself. An acute emphasis on local meats, fresh vegetables, and tantalizing spices has given [...]

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