Tuscany Camping in one of the many Pine Forests

Fascination Tuscany

Tuscany Get to the heart of Florence and Tuscany and begin your journey now! Park up in the shade of one of those thick pine forests or find a local site

Agrisosta Camper – Valle del Sole


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Address: 50064 Burchio, Metropolitan City of Florence, Italy Hours: Open 24 hours Phone+39 342 153 5716

Coordinate GPSN 43.67555E 011.44874Lat. (N) 43° 40′ 32.013″Long. (E) 011° 26′ 55.473



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Address: Via Generale C. A. dalla Chiesa, 1/3, 50136 Firenze FI, Italy Phone+39 055 469 8300

Dome or ridge tents, mini caravans or over-cab motorhomes. Whatever your style, you’ll find the right pitch for you and your family.

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Pitches are synonymous with camping life par excellence. In the shade of our thick pine forests you can place your tent and sit with your 4-legged friend to enjoy the cool breeze!

Roadtrip with an RV in Tuscany

13 Jul 2021 We had our honeymoon in Tuscany with an RV:)) We made a big roadtrip and we filmed our adventures as memories and beause I knew you will love it:)) It’s a two (or 3? lol) part series, the first part takes place mostly in Orbetello!

Roadtrip in Tuscany with an RV – Ep 2

This is the second part of our Honeymoon road trip in TUSCANY

Florence is the capital of Tuscany and at the end of the 14th Century was ruled by a few leading families who not only financed churches but also competed in building magnificent palaces.

Of these, the Medici family proved to be the most powerful.

It is a city of art and joie de vivre and past home of important artists and sculptors such as Donatello, Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci, plus the writers Dante and Boccaccio, not to mention the scientist, Galileo Galilei.

Lucca, one of Tuscany’s most important historical towns, rises from the lower reaches of the Serchio river, on a former swamp.

The precarious imperfection of the Leaning Tower of Pisa is in stark contrast to the grandiose palaces and religious buildings of the Medici family and the natural contours of the hills.

Olive groves and vineyards line the gentle hilly landscape around the picturesque, Vinci. The birthplace of Leonardo is a simple farmhouse above the square in which only a modest bust portrays this universal genius.

Certaldo is a Middle Age village built of red brick and was the birthplace of the author, Giovanni Boccaccio.

The heart of Tuscany lies around the provincial capital of Siena, a Gothic city of great artistry.

Its squares and streets, most of the residential quarter and noble palaces, the cathedral and the church, date back to the 13th and 14th centuries. History and culture combined with the beauty of nature…Tuscany has it all!

Lonely Planet Florence & Tuscany (Travel Guide)


Lonely Planet’s Florence & Tuscany is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.

Experience art-lover heaven at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, tempt your taste buds on a food tour around Tuscany, and climb San Gimignano’s medieval towers – all with your trusted travel companion

Get to the heart of Florence & Tuscany and begin your journey now!

Inside Lonely Planet’s Florence & Tuscany:

  • NEW pull-out, passport-size ‘Just Landed’ card with wi-fi, ATM and transport info – all you need for a smooth journey from airport to hotel
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  • NEW Accommodation feature gathers all the information you need to plan your accommodation
  • NEW Where to Stay in Florence map is your at-a-glance guide to accommodation options in each neighbourhood
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  • Honest reviews for all budgets – eating, sleeping, sightseeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss
  • Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience – history, people, music, landscapes, wildlife, cuisine, politics
  • Covers Florence, Siena, Central Coast, Elba, Apuan Alps, Lucca, Pisa, San Gimignano, San Minato, Chianti, Arezzo, Garfagnana, and more

The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet’s Florence & Tuscany is our most comprehensive guide to Florence and Tuscany, and is perfect for discovering both popular and off-the-beaten-path experiences

The Best Months to Visit Tuscany

So when is the best time to travel to Tuscany, to rent a villa in Tuscany and to taste the wine and incredible food?

May is a lovely month in the Tuscan countryside. Spring is well under way and the fresh green leaves of the grape vines and olive trees are stunning. There is a special light in May and the Tuscans have woken up. They are ready to continue their dolce vita. There are less tourists in May than in the summer months of course. I personally like the tourists.

Not the crowds, but the ones you notice really stepping out of themselves and being awed by the beauty everywhere. After all I am regrettably not a Tuscan and therefore would be considered a tourist.

June is warmer and can get quite hot however it is also a good month in Tuscany. There are always outdoor festivals going on in June.

Mid-September into early October is a fantastic time to visit. The days are warm and the nights are cool.

Now you can experience the grape harvest called the vendemma. Every town seems to have a harvest festival.

There is great celebration in the air. There are opportunities to go truffle and mushroom hunting and the food is fantastic! Try a truffle pasta or Porcini mushroom pasta, they are incredible!

July and August

I have always loved July in Tuscany. Everyone is celebrating life and getting back to the basics, what’s important. Family, friends…enjoying life! Try taking a nap during the hot afternoon hours as the Tuscans do, it is quite refreshing!

It can be very hot reaching to 40 degrees Celsius but it is a dry heat and a little shade does wonders for your refreshment. (a word to the overheated, try to avoid Florence during a heat wave, because the city lies in a valley and therefore the heat is trapped and of course the city is made of stone which both absorbs and reflects the heat). During the summer months there are many festivals and concerts to choose from


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