The 20 most beautiful Italian cities for 2017

Compliments to Radda in Chianti !

Skyscanner has prepared the list of . They have written:

“What are the most beautiful little towns  in Italy? Ancient medieval villages, castles perched on rocky spurs, white houses embraced by secret woods and breathtaking views of natural paradises

Each region of Italy is unique, and each of these beautiful little towns is even more so. Discover the monuments and the testimonies of distant eras, venture through the narrow streets of stone, look out from the flowered balconies and stock up on beauty in these magical places where time seems to stand still.”

Radda in Chianti (SI) – Tuscany nr. 9

“Yet another medieval village for our ranking of the most beautiful countries in Italy. This time we find ourselves in the refined countryside of Tuscany, in Radda in Chianti, a country perched on the hill that divides the valleys of Arbia and Pesa, guarded by powerful defensive walls. Its strategic position has increased its importance in history and even if it is no longer a crucial crossroads we like to visit it because it fills the soul with charm … purely Tuscan. Try the local specialties and taste the best red wine glasses!”

: Le 20 città più belle d’Italia per il 2017

Toscana Mia on Fox News

Toscana Mia on Fox News  one of the 8 trips you must do once :isn’t it fantastic?

Toscana Mia kitchen

Looking for something besides yet another trip to the beach for your next vacation? From cooking lessons in the hills of Tuscany to snorkeling the waters off Belize, these eight trips should be on everyone’s list. ……we also think it’s mighty adventurous to sign up for cooking lessons in the land that practically invented eating–Tuscany. Continue reading

How to Spend A Full Day In Tuscany

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You’re spending some days in Florence but  you would like to get deeper into Tuscan Landscapes  and meet with locals ?               

Combine  Cooking Class in an Italian home ,wine-tasting and a country drive through magnificent Tuscan landscapes in  Chianti, popular Tuscan region  acclaimed for its classic wines and natural beauty. Continue reading