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1 of 6 - Pisa International Airport
Pisa International Airport serves all major European cities and is only a few km from the city centre. It is served by a shuttle between the airport and Pisa Centrale railway station. Pisa airport has bus connections to Florence, Lucca and Viareggio.
Useful links
www.pisa-airport.com
2 of 6 - Florence International Airport
Florence International Airport offers connections to and from many European cities. The centre of Florence is only a few minutes by tram and bus.
Useful links
www.aeroporto.firenze.it
3 of 6 - Firenze Santa Maria Novella Railway Station
Trenitalia and Italo high-speed trains connect Firenze-Santa Maria Novella railway station to Milan, Turin, Rome, Verona, Bologna, Naples, Venice and Salerno. From Florence, Trenitalia direct regional trains serve Pisa, Siena, Lucca, Arezzo, Livorno, Viareggio and Montecatini Terme.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com, www.italotreno.it
4 of 6 - Livorno Railway Station
From Livorno, Trenitalia regional trains serve Florence and many other destinations in the region.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
5 of 6 - Arezzo Railway Station
From Arezzo, Trenitalia regional trains serve Florence and many other destinations in the region.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
6 of 6 - Siena Railway Station
From Siena, Trenitalia regional trains serve Florence and many other destinations in the region.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
Tuscany

A discovery that may well begin with Ponte Vecchio, in Florence, along the "corridor" created by Vasari in the XVI century to connect the Uffizi Galleries and Palazzo Pitti. This will make you genuinely feel at the heart of an incomparable cultural and artistic heritage, testimony of the love for art by the numerous members of the Medici dynasty, passionate collectors of paintings, sculptures and art objects. Yet Tuscany is a unique historical treasure trove throughout the region: over and above Florence, this region is rich in cities of art such as Siena and Pisa, as well as small, picturesque villages, extraordinary and stunning views, rural countryside and gentle hills. All this is joined by magnificent islands and splendid coasts, protected parks and, last but not least, simple cuisine with genuine flavours and wines that rank among the finest in the world.

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Not to be missed places

Florence, Val d'Orcia, Siena, Chianti... discover the natural, cultural and historical heritage of Tuscany.

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Enter the Tuscan atmosphere, live its nuances: strolling among villages, cycling in parks, by the sea or alleys in cities of art.

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