Updated: Nov 16, 2021
Spoons went to Tuscany, or Toscana as the Italians says, with his work and had a great time re-experiencing the Tuscan Landscape, Tuscany Cuisine, and Super Tuscan Wine! These are the Top Travel Tips on what to do when visiting Tuscany, Italy!
Author and Food Travel Writer: Sticks & Spoons Food Travel
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Table of Content: "Top Travel Tips to Tuscany in Italy"
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Tuscany Travel Tips
One of the most popular Italian destinations is without doubt Tuscany! If your travel planning for an Italian vacation in the near future, Tuscany should be on your Bucketlist!
Tuscany, Italy is perfect to travel, if you love food travel and historical sights combined with Mediterranean beaches and the wonderful Tuscan landscape. And you sure might have found a Tuscany Travel Guide with Travel Tips for Tuscany already.
However, this is my personal travel guide from a three-day itinerary with travel tips for Italy and exclusively Tuscan Destinations.
Hope you'll find new Italian Travel Inspiration and helpful Tuscany Travel Tips below!
Spend Time by the Mediterranean Sea
When thinking about Tuscany we usually imagine green fields, cypresses, and olive trees spread out with typical farmhouses and vineyards in rolling, hilly terrain. It's easy to forget that the Mediterranean Sea and the Mediterranean Coast always is near Toscana.
You really should enjoy the Mediterranean region of Tuscany while visiting Italy. The best time to visit Tuscany is in September I would say, and I'm not saying that just because that was the time for my visit. This time of the year the Mediterranean climate is wonderful; still warm and sunny.