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Under the Tuscan Sun picture in Tuscany
Spring in Tuscany picture in Tuscany
Vino Classico picture in Tuscany
Fruit of the Land  picture in Tuscany
Chianti Region picture in Tuscany
Ponte Vecchio picture in Tuscany
Firenze picture in Tuscany
Lovely Lucca picture in Tuscany
Siena picture in Tuscany
Agriculturismo picture in Tuscany
Leaning Tower picture in Tuscany
Wine Tasting, Anyone? picture in Tuscany
Castello di Verrazzano picture in Tuscany
Cinque Terre picture in Tuscany
Castello del Trebbio picture in Tuscany
Castello di Volpaia picture in Tuscany
Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona picture in Tuscany
Firenze picture in Tuscany
Sovestro in Poggio Winery picture in Tuscany

These are the types of sunsets you'll see in Tuscany.  Peter Zelei Images Getty Images

Orange and yellow wildflowers grow along the roads of the Tuscan hills in the springtime.  David Henderson Getty Images

The region's local wine is called Chianti and the Chianti Classico is a must-try.  Elphantasmo Getty Images

Olive trees and grapevines line the Tuscan rolling hills.  Peter Zelei Images Getty Images

Chianti is both the name of a well-loved region in Tuscany, as well as the name of a grape and wine that is native to the area. Peter Zelei Images Getty Images

The famed Ponte Vecchio connecting both sides of Florence over the Arno River is lined with the most incredible jewelry stores you'll ever see: Make sure to bring your wallet. Photography by Maico Presente Getty Images

If you're going to Florence, the Duomo is a must-see attraction. And if you go at night, you'll avoid the crowds and get some seriously awesome photos.  Ayhan Altun Getty Images

Walking or cycling along Lucca's centuries-old city walls is a great way to see the city. Gerard Puigmal Getty Images

Whereas Florence is known for the Renaissance era, Siena is known for its Gothic influence.  Marco Angelo Vazzana / EyeEm Getty Images

Farmhouses, villas and wineries offer tourists an authentic Tuscan vacation — often at nearly half the cost of hotels.  Emicristea Getty Images

Legend has it that Galileo once dropped two weights from the top of the tower to demonstrate a scientific theory.  Alexander Hassenstein Getty Images

Being in Italy, especially Tuscany, calls for a wine tasting or two. Tommaso Tagliaferri Getty Images

These 14th century vineyard and olive groves are a great place to enjoy wine and delicious food in a historic castle.  Harpers470 Flickr

Cinque Terre is made up of five towns — Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore — where you can spend the day hiking from town to town, relaxing on the beach or enjoying some seaside margaritas. ThierryHennet Getty Images

Some say Trebbio has the best wine restaurant in the world.  Rachel Titiriga Flickr

Discover this 11th-century town's rich history with a glass of wine in hand.  Visit Tuscany Flickr

The estate houses three wine cellars stocked with giant barrels like these that are used to store wine and grappa.  Nicole Hanusek Flickr

Florence is the center piece of Tuscany and home to incredible restaurants, breathtaking views and historical sites.  Alan Piper Flickr

Delicious Italian food, wine and accommodations are all found at the Poggio Winery Elyse Flickr

Under the Tuscan Sun picture in Tuscany
Spring in Tuscany picture in Tuscany
Vino Classico picture in Tuscany
Fruit of the Land  picture in Tuscany
Chianti Region picture in Tuscany
Ponte Vecchio picture in Tuscany
Firenze picture in Tuscany
Lovely Lucca picture in Tuscany
Siena picture in Tuscany
Agriculturismo picture in Tuscany
Leaning Tower picture in Tuscany
Wine Tasting, Anyone? picture in Tuscany
Castello di Verrazzano picture in Tuscany
Cinque Terre picture in Tuscany
Castello del Trebbio picture in Tuscany
Castello di Volpaia picture in Tuscany
Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona picture in Tuscany
Firenze picture in Tuscany
Sovestro in Poggio Winery picture in Tuscany

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