Tuscany boasts a full calendar of events and attractions designed to help you experience a true taste of Italian culture.
Take to the exhilarating slopes of Abetone, just 90 minutes away, to enjoy 50 km of powder-white ski runs across a majestic alpine landscape.
Celebrate Carnevale di Viareggio, one of Italy’s biggest and most colourful festivals that lasts for almost three weeks.
The perfect time of year to take advantage of temperate weather by exploring Italy’s historic churches, museums, castles and landmarks, including the Villa Medici in Rome.
Make the most of the spring sun and fresh air by playing a round of golf at the nine beautiful 18-hole courses just 20 to 90 minutes away.
Offer a standing ovation at the Florence Music Festival, featuring some of Europe’s finest artists in opera, ballet and music.
Soak up some local culture within the charming and picturesque villages of Siena, Pisa and San Gimignano as they come alive for the summer.
Rent a boat for the day and explore the unspoiled archipelago of islands across the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Stroll across golden sands at Forte dei Marmi or Maremma, designated nature-reserve beaches kissed by the warm summer sun.
Take to the area’s vineyards for Tuscan wine-tasting tours to learn more about local vintners and sample their age-old varietals.
Relish the freshest local produce at a seasonal food festival or sagre, happening throughout Tuscany’s villages each weekend.
Unwind and detox at the Montecatini Terme Spa, the biggest of Tuscany’s thermal baths, just 30 minutes away.
Sign up for a cooking class to learn how to make the region’s most inspired cuisine, just in time for the New Year.