- Florence: Florence represents one of the most charming and important art cities in Italy, visited every year by thousands of tourists from all around the world. Florence has been inscribed on UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List, its historical town center gathers monuments, religious buildings, architectural works and gardens that are unique in the all world, designed by ingenious artists such as Giotto, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo and many others.
- Landscape: Tuscany landscapes are iconic and diverse. Its colours are famous. Impossibly green in springtime and intense burned yellow hues in Summer or Autumn, with solitary ochre houses standing on top of hills flanked by giant cypresses that reach upward to the sky. From the verdant valleys of Chianti, to the white topped mountains and unspoilt beaches, this is a region that lacks nothing when it comes to views.
- Tuscan Wine: Tuscany is one of the best wine destinations around the world, with its triangular shape, seems made for cultivating vineyards
- Gastronomy: Like any Italian region, Tuscany has its own ingredients, recipes and hyper-local food traditions that are best to stick to while eating out in Tuscany. Start your meal with an antipasto of cured sliced meats or affettati misti, always popular, or try something more particular and order crostini di fegato, thin slices of lightly toasted bread spread with a chicken liver pate. Try the ribollita - a vegetable and bread soup - or the panzanella – a bread, tomatoes and onion salad topped with olive oil. Don’t miss out on the local cheese: the famous pecorino. And treat yourself to a few Cantucci (almond cookies) dipped in wine; well-deserved treat after cycling through the vineyards!
- Ancient hill-top Hamlets: The two World heritage sites of Pienza and San Gimignano, Montalcino, Volterra, Cortona are the most known of the region. Moreover trust me when I say that Tuscany is plenty of charming villages set on the top of a hill or on the side of a mountain, that worth to be discovered.