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Live like a Tuscan in a holiday home

Deciding where to go in Tuscany, and where to base your holiday home, is tricky. From mountain hiking, wine-tasting, waterfall wading, to sightseeing, this remarkable region in Central Italy offers more than just one holiday's worth of activities.

Rent a flat in one of the cultural cities

A holiday home in Florence leaves you free to explore this charming, cosy city at your leisure. A highlight must be the memorable views of the city – the River Arno and the hugely disproportionate dome of the Cathedral – from Michelangelo Square, particularly during the evening. The significance of Michelangelo's David is made clear in the Accademia and Galileo's finger is on display at the Galileo Museum if you're interested. Visit the laid-back Gothic city of Siena – Florence's one-time rival – with its welcoming square, palaces, and towers. If you go to visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa, try to spend the rest of the day strolling through the walled city of Lucca nearby.

Book a holiday home on the Tuscan coast

For wild, unspoilt scenery, book a holiday apartment in Maremma on the Tuscan coast. Use your holiday apartment as a base for exploring the region's mountains, swamps, local wildlife, and medieval towns. Relax in the popular Saturnia Springs or horse-ride along remote beaches. Further out to sea lies the island of Elba, Napoleon's idyllic place of exile, where you can hike, surf and snorkel.

Holidaying in the country

Drive along the jagged peaks and green mountains of the Garfagnana region, walk across a suspended rope-bridge in Abetone, and hold your nose as you walk through the sulphurous geysers of the Biancane Geothermal Park. Skis are needed in winter while the gentle hills and medieval towns of Chianti offer relaxing vistas for summer wine tasting. Walk through the mysterious sunken roads of the Etruscans after whom this remarkable region of Tuscany is named.