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Toscana Terra Etrusca is a new itinerary joining the hiking network in the Florence area.

Posted on 12/7/2018

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The passage of the Apeninnes from Bologna to Florence is accessible on foot (or by mountain bike) through an ancient Etruscan and then Roman road.

Posted on 18/4/2018

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The area of Florence offers a variety of walking itineraries. One of these is called "the Way of the Apennine" and it leads from Florence to the source of the Arno, on Mount Falterona.

Posted on 6/2/2018

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The Geo Bruschi Museum is the very first museum open to the public in the town of Pontassieve.  Passionate about travelling, photographer Eugenio GEO Bruschi has visited more than 130 countries and has donated his collection of photos, objects and works of art to the Municipality of Pontassieve.

Posted on 16/1/2018

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Christmas is not complete without a crèche. Around Florence there are plenty, for all tastes: mechanical crèches, hidden ones in ancient villages, crèches made with new or recycled materials and even living creches.

Posted on 13/12/2017

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FirenzeTurismo (just like this website) is the name of the tourist application to get information and tips about the city of Florence and around - always up to date and in English.

Posted on 24/10/2017

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The first news about Vinci dates back to the year One Thousand, the oldest village gathers around the Castle of the Counts Guidi, lords of these lands.

Posted on 28/1/2017

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If you are tired of the usual tourist destinations and you are looking for something different to visit, we suggest you to spend an afternoon in Empoli, maybe during the weekend, when most of the sights are usually open.

Posted on 11/1/2017

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The Chianti region, 70,000 hectares between Siena and Florence, is worldwide famous for wine production. The so-called Chianti Classico is a special type of Chianti wine produced in the municipalities of Greve in Chianti, Barberino Val d'Elsa, San Casciano and Tavernelle in Val di Pesa.

Posted on 28/7/2014

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This place is somewhat magic, hidden and very cool during the summer, well known in the area but not mentioned in guide books or other itineraries. It is called Mulinaccio, (literally: bad water mill) and can be reached by taking a pleasant walk from San Vincenzo a Torri, through the beautiful countryside of the hills of Scandicci.

Posted on 8/7/2014

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An observation point overlooking the territory. A way to re-interpret an unwieldy structure: this is the panoramic point Chianti Tower.

Posted on 4/6/2014

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Getting around in Florence and in its territory.

Posted on 22/4/2014

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Welcome on FirenzeTurismo, the official website for tourism in and around Florence.

Posted on 7/4/2014

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The territory comprises an area of hill country situated between Florence and Siena, delimited on the east by the Chianti mountain range and on the west by the valleys of the Pesa and Elsa rivers

Posted on 4/4/2014

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The territory of the province of Florence can be reached in various ways from the regional capital.

Posted on 2/4/2014

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The complex of San Vivaldo was built among thick woods in the place where the blessed Vivaldo Stricchi lived his life as a hermit at the beginning of the fourteenth century.

Posted on 31/1/2014

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