Autumn in Tuscany: must-see places!

Our advice to visit Tuscany in Autumn

From 05 October 2017 to 21 December 2017

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Welcome Autumn! If you are a fan of hot weather, sunny days and suntan, you are probably feeling blue because of the end of the summer approaching… but the months of October, November and December are full of surprises, just take our word for it!

Although days are getting shorter and temperatures dipping, this is the ideal time for an out-of-town trip with your family, a romantic weekend with loved ones or a few days dedicated to art and culture.

The first advice we want to give you is to visit the beautiful Chianti area ... autumn is the best season to do it! During the grape and olive harvest, the long rows of vines, fields and woods are tinged with the rich palettes of red, yellow and brown tones, making the whole area look truly astonishing. To fully enjoy the views, we advise you to book our 'Food and Wine Tour in Chianti', a delight for your eyes… and palate! It includes in fact the tasting of exquisite wine, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and other traditional local produce.

The ancient medieval villages certainly deserve to be visited as well, in particular San Gimignano, one of the best known for housing as many as 14 towers! In this regard, we advise you to take part in our 'Daily excursion to Siena, San Gimignano and the Chianti area': you will see, it will be an experience that will stay in your heart forever!

If, on the other hand, you are an art buff... well, we can’t help but take you to the 'Cradle of the Renaissance'! Of course, an entire week in Florence wouldn’t be enough to admire all its wonders, but we have this covered too! With our 'Private visit to the places not to be missed' you can spend half a day exploring the main treasures of the Tuscan capital accompanied by our expert local guide.

Are you travelling with children? No fear, young guests are always welcome! Thanks to our 'Treasure Hunt in Florence' you can discover the city's masterpieces whilst having fun with your family without the added risk of your children sulking.

Another unmissable destination is the city of Pisa, added in 1987 to the coveted UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Surrounded by the verdant lawns of Piazza dei Miracoli, you will admire the Cathedral, Baptistery, Campo Santo and the famous Leaning Tower. If you want to discover these places but also the historic center, our 'Excursion to Pisa from Florence: historic centre and Tower' is right up your street!

So, we have given you our suggestions, now the choice is yours!

By Insidecom Editorial Staff