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Vetulonia, an Etruscan gem outside the Tourist route

Need a day-off from the crowded beaches in Maremma? Discover Vetulonia, an ancient Etruscan city nestled in the rolling hills of Tuscany. Explore its iconic tombs, the city ruins and its colossal walls. Do not miss the fascinating artefacts and treasures hosted in the Archaeological Museum Isidoro Falchi. Vetulonia offers an authentic historical experience without the throngs of tourists.

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Turquoise sea Montecristo

Hiking Trails on Montecristo Island: Explore the Untamed Tuscan Gem

Dramatic cliff, mystery and history come together in the spectacular island of Montecritso. A hidden gem of the Tuscan Archipelago, it is a protected paradise and a heaven for nature lovers and historical alike. Unlike Elba, Montecristo requires a permit to visit, if you keep reading you’ll learn how to secure your spot on a guided tour and explore this captivating island.

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Pienza Landscape

Penza: Pope Pius II legacy and the allure of Tuscany

Nestled in Tuscany’s hills, Pienza’s transformation from the forgotten village of Corsignano to a UNESCO World Heritage site is rooted in the birth of Pope Pius II in 1405. Today, its harmonious blend of fifteenth-century architecture unfolds in Piazza Pio II, featuring the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, Palazzo Piccolomini, Palazzo Borgia, and Palazzo Comunale.

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Montalcino Landscape

Montalcino, more than wine

Visit Montalcino, Tuscany for an unforgettable experience beyond the vineyards. Explore museums showcasing the area’s history and traditions, admire ornate sacral arts in local churches, and visit the stunning medieval architecture of Palazzo dei Priori. Stroll the quaint town’s narrow streets and winding alleys, transport back in time to a simpler way of life. Enjoy sipping wine in a local piazza and admiring views from a hilltop fortress for a unique experience.

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