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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

    Città

    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

    Camollìa

    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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