Religious hermitages and characterful churches aren’t hard to find around the region. You’ll come across plenty of architectural marvels across Lucca and Siena, too. But Volterra’s another top choice for history buffs – wander around the classic Italian square and what’s left of its remarkable Roman theatre.
Beaches and marinas wind into pretty piazzas and warrens of intriguing streets. That’s the gist of Tuscany’s treasure trove. Whether you’re into old ruins and museums, or prefer epic waterparks, you’ll find plenty of great things to do throughout the resorts. Boutique shops and vineyards are the cherries on top…
Weather in Tuscany
The climate in Tuscany is generally mild with differences depending on the geography of each area. The coast and valleys tend to have hotter summers than the hills or mountains although the coast benefits from breezes off the sea for cooler temperatures even in those warmer months.
Around 2hrs 30mins from the UK