“Tuscan food tastes like itself,” Frances Mayes writes. “Ingredients are left to shine, not combined with a list as long as your arm or tortured into odd combinations.”
Learn about Tuscany’s traditional rustic dishes of the past. Pamela Sheldon Johns’ new book, Cucina Povera, is the inspiration for this seven-night tour around Tuscany, which starts and ends in Florence.
Hiking through Tuscany will put a spring in your step, or maybe you’d like to chill at a home stay in a castle. Here’s two superb options.
Tuscany’s summer cultural festival has become a highlight of the region, especially for the town of Cortona, attracting everyone from the curious to Hollywood celebs.
Chomp on this – Italy’s best food and wine while staying in the magical Tuscan countryside with Tempo Holidays. Here’s an updated list of new packages.
Step back in time and discover the romance of Castle Montegufoni, located 20km from Florence and surrounded by rolling gardens, vineyards and olive groves.