Tuscany Itinerary 3 Days: Medieval architecture, gorgeous countryside

Tuscany Itinerary 3 Days

Tuscany Itinerary 3 Days. Although three days are clearly not enough to visit all of Tuscany, you can always dedicate yourself to discover some of the most classic destinations. The advice is to divide the time between the most representative cities of this wonderful region and use the one necessary for travel to discover the extraordinary landscape in its many facets.

And if you decide to travel without a car, we also have a couple of fantastic ideas to make the most of your time in Tuscany using public transport or booking private tours.

Here are some ideas and tips to organize your stay in Tuscany.

DAY 1:
Consider a guided tour, thanks to which you will have exclusive access to the terraces on the roofs of Florence, priority and free entry to the monuments in Piazza del Duomo. Here you can find more information about the exclusive tour.

Florence must not be missing on any self-respecting holiday in Tuscany. This city, known as the cradle of the Renaissance, has so much to offer that often even the Florentines do not know all the riches of their city.

In one day in Florence, however, you can see many things. In fact, the historic center of Florence, where the main attractions are concentrated, is relatively small and you can easily walk around. Surely in the Top 10 of Florence there is Piazza del Duomo with the splendid Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto’s Bell Tower and the Baptistery.

Piazza del Duomo in the center of Florence

A few minutes on foot, you will find Piazza della Signoria dominated by the imposing Palazzo Vecchio and the beautiful statues in the Loggia dei Lanzi. And then the Uffizi Gallery and the fascinating Ponte Vecchio.

During your visit to Florence, don’t forget to taste the delicious ice cream and the superb Florentine steak.

For more advice on what to see in Florence we suggest you read our article on visiting Florence in 2 days. You will find information on what to add to your itinerary, should you decide to have a tighter pace.

DAY 2:
Chianti and San Gimignano
Discover the landscape, the cities and the vineyards with their cellars on a bicycle tour with a professional guide who will lead you to the discovery of the best places to take wonderful photos and taste the local goodness. Here you will find more information (currently only in English): Wine Tasting Tour.

Another unmissable destination in Tuscany is definitely Chianti. The beautiful landscapes, wine and food make it a must for anyone coming to Tuscany.

The gentle green hills with vineyards and olive groves are the perfect backdrop for souvenir photos. The suggestive medieval villages and castles that dominate the landscape are worth visiting. Greve in Chianti and its square, Panzano and its Rocca, Castellina and its walls.

Returning to Florence we advise you to make a detour and stop to visit San Gimignano. This splendid medieval town is perfectly preserved and is known for its numerous towers, which distinguish it from other cities in Tuscany.

We also recommend you to taste and taste the excellent Chianti wine that is produced in these lands of Tuscany: the wines of some producers you can take them home once the holiday is over, but others, often those of the smaller and family-run wineries, no, so we recommend you taste it on site! Here you will find information for wine tasting in Chianti and also another one-day itinerary in Chianti.

Discovering the wonderful landscape of Chianti

DAY 3:
Siena, like perhaps no other city in Tuscany, has a menu of delicacies to offer on the varied and delicious table: do not forget to try both the first courses (such as homemade pasta) and the desserts, take a look at this article to deepen the topic “The best places to eat in Siena”.

Siena is like Florence, it cannot be missing on any holiday in Tuscany. And not only for the art, architecture and history it holds, but also for the atmosphere that you breathe, for the welcome and the magic that characterizes it.

This fascinating city of art, in addition to being the city of the famous Palio, contains many things to see in its historic center. Certainly in the first place is the splendid Piazza del Campo where the Palazzo Pubblico and the Torre del Mangia overlook. And then the imposing Duomo that dominates the roofs of the city and the enchanting historic center with its characteristic streets.


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