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What You Should Know More About Tuscany
16 years and above is the legal drinking age in Italy.
Monuments and museums
Leaning tower of Pisa is a landmark that is closer to Tuscany. Uffizi Gallery has renaissance art collection. Museo Galileo has a collection of 5000 scientific items like then apparatus and scientific instruments. Leonardo Da Vinci Museum has collections of his works and a library.
Parks and scenic spots
The National Park of the Tusco-Emilian Apennines has valleys and mountains which are picturesque and scenic. The National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago has waterfalls and sea. The National Park of the Foreste Casentinesi is flanked by mountains and forest areas. The Maremma Regional Park has a coastal area and a scenic view. The Park of Migliarino covers Pisa, Massarossa, and other places in between. There are lakes and sea surrounding the border of this park.
The Montioni nature park has an artistic territory, is a cultural heritage, and is an ancient archaeological site. The Livorno Hills Park is nicknamed “The Lost Island” and has splendid beauty.
The Archaeological Park of Poggibonsi is an archaeological site. The Parks of the Val di Cornia has natural scenic spots, coastal lines, and hilly areas. The Pinocchio's Park has exotic collections of houses flanked by hills.
Activities and tours
In Tuscany, you can take glass bead making classes and lampworking techniques. Wine tours in Tuscany are a must. Biking tours are something Tuscany is famous for.
Things of interest and sightseeing
Florence is a city for art, painting, and scenic views. Siena is a hilly city known for horse riding and walking tours. Pisa has many iconic sites and monuments. Lucca Charming is a lively city that is great for taking biking and walking trails. Volterra has hilly areas which are scenic and have the Etruscan history. This is a great town for sightseeing. Montepulciano is a countryside town that is great for wine tasting. San Gimignano is a hilly town with a scenic view and medieval towers. Montalcino has 14th century castles and is great for wine tasting. Cortona is a hilly town that has museums and churches.
Rick Steves Florence & Tuscany 2016 by Rick Steves and Gene Openshaw
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