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Tuscany Vacation Packages & Tours

Romantic stone farmhouses and magnificent villas surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, endless fields of bright yellow sunflowers, medieval hilltop towns, and renowned cities like Florence, filled with the works of masters as the cradle of the Renaissance, there is lots to love about Tuscany. It’s also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, not to mention one of the most mouthwatering food and wine scenes. Covering nearly 8,875 miles, one could easily spend months or even years here and not experience it all. Many visitors start in Florence to marvel at some of the world’s most recognizable Renaissance architecture and art, including Michelangelo’s David and the grand Duomo, the city’s most iconic symbol topped by the world’s largest brick dome. All itineraries should also include trips to explore the countryside, while summer getaways are ideal for Elba Island’s sandy beaches and brilliant blue Tyrrhenian Sea. 

Tuscany Trip Inspiration

Get inspired with our Tuscany example trips and then get in touch to plan your own adventure

  • Highlights of Italy

    Rome - Florence - Venice

    8 Nights
    From $4,420 pp
    This exciting itinerary will bring you to three of Italy’s top cities for the perfect way to make the most of limited time. Over nine days and eight nights, you’ll discover ancient Rome, including the iconic Roman Colosseum, Vatican City and its many exceptional museums, a world of incredible works of art in Florence, two of Tuscany’s most stunning medieval hilltop towns, and the dreamy waterways of Venice. Throughout your trip, you’ll stay in four- and five-star hotels that have been hand-selected to ensure your comfort, enjoy 24/7 support from our dedicated staff, and embark on numerous tours led by expert local guides.
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  • Luxury Italy

    Rome - Sorrento - Florence - Venice

    11 Nights
    From $10,650 pp
    This luxurious trip will bring you to Rome, Amalfi, Florence, and Venice over 12 days and 11 nights, covering many highlights in each with expert local guides. Begin in Rome by exploring Ancient Rome and the Vatican City where you’ll step into the Sistine Chapel to marvel at Michelangelo’s frescos and explore a wealth of intriguing museums. Head to the Amalfi Coast to soak up some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery and make a stop in Naples to enjoy pizza where it was invented. Discover some of the most world-renowned works of art and architecture in Florence, concluding with a sailing excursion in Venice.
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The Best Hotels in Tuscany

As such a large region, one of the most difficult decisions you’ll make is where to stay. Before choosing your accommodation, you’ll need to determine a base, or perhaps a few in different areas. Unless you have unlimited time, experiencing everything it has to offer is impossible, so you’ll need to prioritize. The city of Florence is arguably the best for first-time visitors, with some of the most famous attractions here while many enticing towns and villages can be easily reached on day trips. That includes Siena, Pisa, and San Gimignano, just to name a few. Florence also offers excellent public transport links, easily reached by train, bus, or plane. You might combine a stay here with a stay in a smaller city like Siena, a good base for families and wine enthusiasts, or a charming hilltop village like San Gimignano with its quiet setting ideal for escaping the crowds.

Best Things To Do in Tuscany Region

There is plenty of things to do in Tuscany, but for the first-time visitor, there are some absolute musts.


Best Time to Visit Tuscany

Tuscany is a year-round destination, but it’s especially popular between May and September, with July and August the peak of the busy season. Summer is hot and crowded, although it’s ideal for spending time on Tuscan beaches. Many feel the best time to visit Tuscany is in April or October, just before and after the main tourist season, with frequent idyllic weather, not too hot or too cold, and fewer tourists. Either month is ideal for sightseeing, hiking, and taking tours. Wine tours are especially lovely in early autumn with landscapes blanketed in warm colors while towns host fun harvest festivals. November offers a wide range of food experiences, including chestnut celebrations, while being an off-season month for more budget-friendly accommodation. It’s also a quiet time to be here with few crowds and shorter lines at the top attractions. Around the holidays it will be busier but there will be many fun festivities.

Check out our guide on when to visit Tuscany


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