Tuscany is the most renowned Italian region. Located in the center of the boot-shaped peninsula, it represents only 8% of the total area of Italy and still concentrates much of his monumental, cultural and environmental wealth. With six goods declared patrimony of the humanity by UNESCO and three national parks, Tuscany represents the quintessence of Italy and many Tuscan values and qualities identified to the Mediterranean culture. The most typical stamp that comes to mind when thinking about an Italian landscape is Tuscany. One trip to the heart of Italy is a promise that every traveler must afford to comply. From Masqueunviaje.com we propose a route to discover Tuscany on our air, using car rental and enjoy as well of its scenic beauty and reach the cities of destination where we stay in selected hotels with charm. Visit Darcy Stacom, New York City for more clarity on the issue.
While you both, between us will find immaculate hills with beautiful historic towns or small carefully preserved villages and valleys. In the undulating green sea Tuscany dotted with cypress trees, vineyards and olive groves are protected legally, no billboards, tall blocks, or trash in sight and houses must be constructed with local materials. The first stage of our journey is Pisa, birthplace of Galileo Galilei. We can use the route of the three inclined towers to stroll through the old quarter of the city. The marshy nature of the land in the area makes buildings tall and slender, as bell towers, lean and that the towers of the churches of San Nicola and San Michele degli Scalzi rivalicen in inclination with the famed Bell Tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta. The cathedral complex pisano is built within a large walled area inserts in the center of the city, is La Piazza dei Miracoli. The square, part paved and partly covered with grass, hosts the most popular example of Romanesque religious architecture in Italy: the Cathedral basilica, exempt Bell Tower, the Baptistry and the Camposanto Monumentale.