What is it like to be under the Tuscan sun?…

What does Tuscany mean to you personally?…

Let’s mentally transport ourselves to these places.

Those who already know the Tuscany region will surely remember many warm moments. For example, a morning bike ride with the whole family, inhaling the aromas of herbs and flowers, morning freshness, admiring the landscapes that the Val di Chiana valley generously provides… Or maybe a walk through a well-kept garden in the ancient Borgo, admiring the beauty and abundance of trees and flowers… An aperitif with friends after shopping in the old town accompanied by beautiful live music… Visiting an exhibition of paintings by your favorite artist in an old, very atmospheric Palazzo… A warm, summer evening in a cozy restaurant with your loved one or friends, when there were so many interesting, warm conversations… Admiring brightly a pink, slightly gray, red, yellow sunset with a glass of aromatic red Syrah…

Have we read your mind a little? 🙂 It’s very interesting to really know and listen to your memories and associations with Tuscany…

If you have not been to these parts yet, be sure to find an opportunity to come.

You will not regret it. If for some reason you cannot come, we will try to tell you and share it here:

In spring it is green with red specks – poppies are visible in the grass, which bloom in April – May. In summer it turns yellow when the wheat ripens and the grass is harvested into stacks that resemble huge cylinders. Or like a patchwork quilt with yellow and green squares – neat vineyards are visible among the fields. Rosemary fields, jasmine bushes, exciting the mind and sense of smell. Long cypress alleys lead to the entrance to a medieval castle, or villa, where wineries or cheese factories are located. These landscapes practically do not change over time; centuries may pass, but they remain the same. High hills and low mountains covered with forests, where wild animals and birds live: wild boars, hares, foxes, squirrels, hedgehogs, roe deer, moose, pheasants, quails. In the south there are endless fields of durum wheat, and sheep graze on the hills. Closer to the north there are more vineyards and olive trees, large towns and small medieval villages with stone houses and churches. Everywhere there is clean air, small, babbling rivers, thermal springs, lonely farms. Will you remember where are these landscapes from the description?

Welcome to Tuscany!

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