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  • 1. Abbazia di Monte Oliveto Maggiore

    Tuscany's most-visited abbey sits in an oasis of olive and cypress trees amid the harsh landscape of Le Crete. It was founded in 1313 by...Read More

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  • 2. Abbazia di Sant'Antimo

    The exterior and interior sculpture of this Romanesque abbey, dating from the 12th-century, is outstanding, particularly the nave capitals, a combination of French, Lombard, and...Read More

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  • 3. Passeggiata delle Mura

    On nice days, the citizens of Lucca cycle, jog, stroll, or kick a soccer ball in this green, beautiful, and very large circular park. It's...Read More

  • 4. Piazza del Campo


    The fan-shape Piazza del Campo, known simply as il Campo (The Field), is one of the finest squares in Italy. Constructed toward the end of...Read More

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  • 5. Abbadia San Salvatore

    This 1,000-year-old village is worth a stop—skip the nondescript new town and head straight to the centro storico to explore winding stone streets with tiny...Read More

  • 6. Caprese Michelangelo

    Some 10 km (6 miles) south of La Verna on SR54 is the small hilltop town where Michelangelo Buonarroti, sculptor, painter, architect, and poet, was...Read More

  • 7. Carmignano

    Pontormo's Visitation is in this small village a short drive from Poggio a Caiano. The Franciscan church of San Michele, dedicated in 1211, houses the...Read More

  • 8. Casa di Santa Caterina


    Caterina Benincasa was born here in 1347. She had divine visions and received the stigmata, but is most famous for her words and her argumentative...Read More

  • 9. Cascate del Gorello

    Outside Saturnia, the hot, sulfurous waters cascade over natural limestone shelves at the Cascate del Gorello, affording bathers a sweeping view of the open countryside....Read More

  • 10. Cattedrale di S. Secondiano

    This beautiful cathedral, which practically abuts the Museo Nazionale Etrusco, is thought by many to be the among the oldest churches in Tuscany; parts of...Read More

  • 11. Cetona

    Follow SP19 past Sarteano and continue on SP21 to reach this delightful village. Time may seem to have stopped as you walk along the quiet,...Read More

  • 12. Chianciano

    This walled medieval town, 3 km (2 miles) northeast of Chianciano Terme, is best known for its proximity to the nearby spas. Nevertheless, the well-preserved...Read More

  • 13. Chiesa di San Donato a Lamole

    The tiny village of Lamole contains this Romanesque church that was greatly modified in 1860; the only remnant of its earlier incarnation can be found...Read More

  • 14. Chiesa di Santa Caterina

    Visit this 15th-century church to view the excellent stained-glass window in the apse, executed by Sebastiano Mainardi (circa 1460–1513), as well as a haunting Pietà...Read More

  • 15. Collegiata

    The 13th-century Collegiata church has three majestic portals, one possibly the work of Giovanni Pisano (circa 1245/48–1318). Behind the high altar are some fine examples...Read More

  • 16. Convento e Chiesa di Santi Jacopo e Lucia

    The Convento e Chiesa di Santi Jacopo e Lucia is also oddly known as the church of San Domenico, which refers to the fact that...Read More

  • 17. Duomo

    The Romanesque Duomo, the Cattedrale di San Zeno, dates from as early as the 5th century. It houses a magnificent silver altar dedicated to St....Read More

  • 18. Duomo

    Behind the textbook 13th-century Pisan–Romanesque facade is proof that Volterra counted for something during the Renaissance, when many important Tuscan artists came to decorate the...Read More

  • 19. Duomo

    Dedicated to St. Peter, the Duomo was begun in the 11th century and was reconstructed in the early 1500s. Inside is a crucifix dating from...Read More

  • 20. Duomo

    Pisa's cathedral brilliantly utilizes the horizontal marble-stripe motif (borrowed from Moorish architecture) that became common on Tuscan cathedrals. It is famous for the Romanesque panels...Read More

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