Tuscany seaside is famous all over the world by its high number of the beaches receiving a "Blue Flag" recognition. Tuscany takes the third place right after Liguria and Marche regions. It is very easy to meet famous people there in summer season.
The most popular part of the Tuscany coast is Versilia area which includes Forte dei Marmi, Camaiore, Marina di Carrara e Viareggio. All above towns offers a lot of wedding locations on the coast: luxurious villas, spectacular resorts, wide sandy beaches, wonderful restaurants.
«The territory of Arezzo alone is sufficient to give glory to Italy!”
Arezzo is located in 70km on the south from Florence. Today, the ancient centre of the city retains all the fascination of its illustrious past. The principal buildings and monuments possess a wealth of Medieval and Renaissance art. Arezzo was the birthplace of the great poet Petrarch.
Arezzo is known worldwide as the “town of gold”. It is also famouse by the jousting tournament Giostra del Saracino, by the Antiques Fair and by the international polyphonic competition “Guido d’Arezzo”.
Siena is a small town with a thousand years history, conveniently spread out in the hills of Tuscany. He captivates with its beauty and medieval atmosphere, and therefore is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the region.
The main attraction of Siena is the Piazza del Campo, one of the unique squares in Italy. The square has a semicircular shape, and it seems that all the streets of Siena flock to its center, as a huge bowl. This creates an indescribable effect.
Pisa is amazing Italian town located in the western part of the Tuscany region. Pisa is the center of the homonymous province. The fame of the town is associated with its unofficial symbol - the Leaning Tower of Pisa, with beautiful churches preserving the age-old memory, with the name of Galileo Galilei born there, and with prestigious university. There are several scenic parks and the oldest Italian botanical garden in Pisa. This town, like Florence, is divided into two parts by the river Arno, which flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea.