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The valley of the Elsa river, with Colle val d’Elsa, San Gimignano, Poggibonsi as the main towns.
Delightful Lucca is surrounded by elegant villas and wonderful hill towns, at the foot of the apennines.
In and around Florence, the heart of the Renaissance and a cultural delight.
The hilly region of Chianti, with extensive vineyards and wine estates to explore.
Siena was the medieval powerhouse of the region and the Palio horse-race still feels medieval. Surrounded by hills and forests in gentle landscape.
South of Siena the hills become more rolling, and more bare of trees. A majestic landscape with some gems of buildings to be found.
Mostly near the cinque terre, in Liguria. A rocky, coved coast-line with hidden bays, tiny perched villages and excellent seafood.
Not Tuscany at all – the heat baked coast-line of Calabria is part of ancient Magna Grecia, and particularly worth exploring in the shoulder seasons.