Tuscany – The Rolling Hills of Dolce Vita

πŸ› Medieval citiesπŸ–ΌοΈ Rolling hillsπŸš— Scenic drives🍷 Vineyards🏞 Epic viewsπŸ–Ό MuseumsπŸ› Geothermal baths

β€œTuscany was love at first sight on our first Italian road trip, charming us with its timeless beauty. Losing yourself in the rolling hills, indulging in the rich flavors of Tuscan cuisine, exploring the treasures of Florence, or immersing yourself in the idyllic countryside dotted with ancient castles β€” Tuscany awakens your senses and leaves you longing for more.”

Curated by Catherine

Getting around

A compact car is best to hop between picturesque towns in the countryside. Our personal favorite is the timeless Italian classic – Fiat 500 Cabrio. You can also rent a Vespa scooter for a few days to fully experience the rolling hills of Tuscany. You can mostly walk between sights in Florence, so no need in renting a car right away.


Italians speak Italian, but you won't have issues with English since Tuscany is a very popular travel destination. We do encourage learning some Italian for a more authentic experience.


Tuscany is far from Italy's big cities so it's very safe for all types of travelers. Exercise caution in crowded areas of Florence.