Florence

Florence is simply stunning from all angles. Visitors come from the world over to marvel at this Italian city’s incredible architecture, as well as the art in one of the most famous art galleries in the world – the Uffizi.

There’s plenty to see in Florence and then there is Italian cuisine and wine to sample. Florence also makes a good base from which to explore the rest of Tuscany and other charming Tuscan delights such as Siena and Lucca, to name but a few places which are worth visiting.

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Accommodation

Places to stay in Tuscany, Italy, and companies which can help you find a villa or apartment to suit you.

Your Hotel or Bed and Breakfast

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Casina di Rosa, holiday house for rent, Tuscany, Italy

Your Villa near Florence

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Poggio Etrusco, holiday apartments for rental in Tuscany

Your apartment

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Tuscan Enterprises luxury villa with swimming pool, Tuscany, Italy

Car Rental

Rent a car and use Florence as a base from which to explore Tuscany. Must-see places include Siena, Lucca, the leaning Tower of Pisa and the towers of San Giminiagno, and much more.

Your Car Rental Agency in Florence

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car rental

Tours/Courses

Learn how to cook like an Italian, and develop the ability to create scrumptious dishes to delight family and friends, or even, perhaps, start your own restaurant.

Your Cooking Classes

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cooking courses in tuscany, Italy

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Sidebar image credits:

Fountain of Neptune by Davide Taviani

A view of Florence, Italy at sunset by Sherseydc

A view at Galleria degli Uffizi from the front balcony of Palazzo Vecchio by Samulili