What to see in the proximities
Pisa is one of the most important Italian university cities and Piazza dei Miracoli, it is undisputed architectural asterpiece, has been designated as mankind heritage since 1987.
Pisa is crossed by the river Arno and its banks full of massive churches, magnificent buildings and old-age monuments offers to visitors a fascinating combination of history and culture.
Lucca is renowned for its walls allowing tourists a wonderful view of the old town centre below. It is known as “the city of the hundreds churches” because it is plenty of consecrated and not medieval churches.
Famous for its "Caciucco", Livorno is the desirable destination for people loving eating seafood.
Siena owes its worldwide fame to the horse race held twice a year in the main square, Piazza del Campo. The most enchanting feature of the town centre is the harmonious meeting of narrow alleys completely scattered with workshops and art galleries.
Worldwide known as “the cradle of the Middle Ages” and listed by Unesco as mankind heritage in 1982
In the past centuries Arezzo has been the birthplace of many famous people as Francesco Petrarca and Piero della Francesca
Every year in July Pistoia Blues takes place in Pistoia: it is one of the mmost important Blues music events in Europe.