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Lari, a village of Etruscan origin, has well preserved its original layout, with characteristic narrow alleys and buildings close to each other, has three gates and is gathered around its fortress, the medieval Castello dei Vicari rebuilt by the Medici at the beginning of the 16th century.

castello di lari visto dall'alto


Peccioli presents itself to visitors in a unique guise thanks to the artistic installations present in the capital and in the hamlets.
In fact, it is precisely because of the combination of Tuscan tradition and contemporary art that the area has become an authentic open-air museum over the years.
We propose an itinerary that takes place entirely in the center of the town, is easily practicable on foot and, to be completed with the viewing of all over twenty works, requires a walk of about two hours during which it is still possible to stop in one of the bars and restaurants located in the historic center. you can taste artisanal ice cream with a view, let us advise you on what to see and where to eat.
Arriving by car we recommend using the multi-storey car park which will take you directly to the historic center with a convenient lift.

il tunel e la terrazza di peccioli


Birthplace of Andrea Bocelli, Lajatico is a pleasant village made up of very few houses perched on a hill, narrow streets and small squares animated by murals and installations, a legacy of the contemporary art exhibition Artinsolite, which takes place there every summer in conjunction with the concert that Bocelli organizes at the Teatro del Silenzio, inaugurated in 2006. It is a natural stage, with particular acoustic qualities, surrounded by greenery, with a pond partly delimited by granite bricks and ever-changing sculptures, created specifically for each edition of the show world-famous artists including Igor Mitoraj, Arnaldo Pomodoro, SCART, Manolo Valdés, Daniele Basso.

il teatro del silenzio di lajatico visto dall'alto


This symbol of the power of the Maritime Republic of Pisa is better known as Piazza dei Miracoli from the definition of the city given by the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio for the extraordinary beauty of its architectural jewels.
Ready to get lost among the wonders of this unique square?

piazza dei miracoli a pisa


Florence, the Tuscan capital, is an open-air museum full of architectural masterpieces and unique works of art.
Between the lively neighborhood of San Lorenzo and the small neighborhood of Santa Croce, Florence contains the largest concentration of world-famous works of art. Just stroll through its historic center to admire one masterpiece after another: the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Piazza del Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio in Piazza della Signoria, the Uffizi Gallery and Ponte Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti and the Boboli Gardens. Then there is the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, the Accademia Gallery and the Basilica of Santa Croce.

il duomo di firenze


One of the regional capitals of Tuscany, Lucca is a city with a long history, but also a lively cultural center full of great events. Famous for its perfectly preserved sixteenth-century city walls, it is characterized by numerous and precious monuments that reveal its past as the most important city of the Italian Middle Ages.
visit the Guinigi Tower, 45 meters high, at the top there is a hanging garden where spectacular holm oaks grow.

piazza dell'anfiteatro a lucca


It was one of the main city-states of ancient Tuscany (Etruria), seat in the Middle Ages of an important episcopal lordship with jurisdiction over a large part of the Tuscan hills. It preserves a historic center of Etruscan origin (from this era the well-preserved Porta all'Arco remains; the Porta Diana, which preserves the blocks of the jambs; a large part of the city walls, built with cyclopean blocks of local stone; the acropolis, where there are the foundations of two temples, various buildings and some cisterns; several hypogea used for the burial of the deceased), with Roman ruins (among all the hemicycle theatre) and medieval buildings such as the cathedral, the Medici Fortress and the Palazzo dei Priori on the square of the same name, in the historic centre.

la città di volterra
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