Ok, everybody knows Tuscany or at least heard about it. Florence is the cradle of the Renaissance with Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and so many other artists. Pisa with its spectacular “Piazza dei Miracoli” (Square of Miracles) and the leaning tower; Siena, the city of Palio…and what about the medieval villages such as San Gimignano, Volterra, and the landscape of Chianti or Val d’Orcia…see? There are so many places to visit and so many things to talk about!
Not so many people know that Tuscany is the land of the Etruscans, the ancient population before Romans. Tuscany has many archaeological sites and museums where you can “get in touch” with this fascinating population.
Tuscany is also sea! 246,684 miles of coast with its beautiful beaches, plus the Islands such as Elba, Giglio, Pianosa, and so on.
To not mention the countryside dotted with vineyards or olive trees, the food, and the craftmanship…
Every region in Italy has a different history cause we are a relatively “brand new” Country (I will explain you in one of my videos ;))
I could stay hours to tell what Tuscany is and I know that sometimes it’s not so easy to understand the culture of another Country and for this I’m here to help you, as a professional tour guide, offering you my availability and passion.
You just have to put a lot of curiosity and desire to make new experiences.
I’m waiting for you here!