Combination of art and history

Traces of history in every corner of the Tuscan land.

Discover finds from the prehistoric and archaic period, unique works of classical, Hellenistic, medieval and Byzantine monuments. Above all, creations of folk art cultures, different civilizations and religions, coexisting with current creations, modern and contemporary art.



Galleria degli Uffizi: pura immersione nell'arte

At the Uffizi Gallery there can be found the largest existing collection of Raphael and Botticelli. Especially works by Giotto, Titian, Pontormo, Bronzino, Andrea del Sarto, Caravaggio,Dürer, Rubens, Leonardo da Vinci and others.

San Gimignano: sede storica dei Musei Civici

Palazzo Comunale of San Gimignano, built in 1288, houses the “historic” headquarters of the Civic Museums. The museum itinerary allows visitors to admire famous cycles of frescoes that succeed in conveying to the visitor the civic sense that had in the palazzo podestarile its chosen home.

Galleria dell'Accademia: musica, botanica e pittura

The Accademia Gallery in Florence boasts of Michelangelo’s mighty sculptures, chief among them the David. If you plan a leisurely visit, the Gallery will offer considerable additional food for thought, catering to passions for music, botany, curiosities about fashion in art and painting techniques.

#Archaeological sites and monuments


Fiesole: il teatro romano ancora intatto

Very close to Florence is Fiesole, a town rich in splendid villas and monuments from the Renaissance and medieval periods. But the glorious memory of Rome is especially tangible with the well-preserved theater still used for concerts and performances, the baths and its sacred area.

"La Rocca": al vertice di Santa Maria a Monte

The castle of Santa Maria a Monte is mainly preserved in its urban layout: the characteristic and original “spiral,” or rather tangent circles at a single point, conformation reveals the presence of three circles of walls, with the Rocca, polygonal in plan with a high scarp, looming over the settlement. 

Città del Tufo: scenografie suggestive e reali

Ancient jewels carved out of rock, perched on sheer spurs against spectacular natural scenery, they offer journeys through time and the history that shaped them, the memory and beauty of which they still preserve intact. 

Lago dell'Accesa: fra leggenda e magia

Lake Accesa and the legend of its creation: the monster and the magician. Between the Metalliferous Mountains and the Maremma there is a place charged with history and mystery, where folk beliefs are still alive in the minds of locals and beyond.

#Tuscany and Cinema


La vita è bella: Toscana da Oscar

The film is set mainly in Tuscany. Locations include Villa Masini in Montevarchi, Piazza Grande and many streets in the historic center of Arezzo, and the Teatro Signorelli in Cortona.

Il paziente inglese: Ralph Fiennes in Val d'Orcia

The English Patient was shot for a large part in the beautiful Val d’Orcia, Tuscany. In particular, the film takes place in Pienza between Piazza Pio II, an expression of Renaissance urban planning ideals, and the streets of Cosona, a 15th-century fortified complex.

Il gladiatore: Shalom in Toscana

The house where Massimo’s family lives is the “Podere di Poggio Manzuoli,” in the town of San Quirico d’Orcia. Also in the countryside of Val d’Orcia, Tuscany, were shot the scenes set in the Elysian Fields, in the locality of Terrapille at the foot of Pienza.

I delitti del Barlume: l'immaginaria città nell'Isola d'Elba

The TV series is filmed in Tuscany, the region where the fictional town of Pineta is located, to be precise on the beautiful island of Elba. It is the town of Marciana Marina, inhabited by about 2,000 people, the main location of The Mysteries of BarLume.

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