Trains in Tuscany: timetables, prices and tickets


Tuscany

Tuscany, bordering Liguria, Emilia – Romagna, Marche, Umbria and Lazio, with an area of ??22,992 km2 is one of the largest Italian regions. Presents a mainly hilly – mountainous, as affected by the Apennines hinterland, the most western part of the region, however, by the Tyrrhenian Sea, it is almost entirely flat, with long sandy beaches interspersed with cliffs more or less pronounced.’s economy is based on agriculture, livestock, industry and tourism. Among the many crops conducted in this region deserve mention the olive groves and vineyards, which produce world-class wines, such as Chianti and Montepulciano. industries, medium and small size, they are very diverse and include companies in the textile, food, chemical, metallurgical, yet Vivid is the local crafts. Tuscany is divided into ten provinces: Florence, Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa-Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato and Siena. entire area is interesting and unique, for history, art, Culture and gastronomic traditions. Located on the banks of the Arno, Florence is universally renowned for its extraordinary beauty of its monuments, for its important role as ‘guardian’ of valuable works of art and for the understated elegance. Among the many monuments , Cathedral Square is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful spots of the city collects the Baptistery, Santa Maria del Fiore and Giotto’s bell tower, characterized by bright polychrome marbles, green and white rose that form elegant geometric designs. Another symbol of Florence is Piazza Signoria, the Palazzo Vecchio, the main monument of civil architecture, the Uffizi Gallery, the most important in Italy, contains many masterpieces of Italian painting of all time and this is visited by many tourists every day. But the value Tuscany is not limited only to Florence: the entire region is dotted with places of great interest. Pisa, nestled in the lowlands of the Arno, has made it famous throughout the world for the field of Miracles in which stands the Leaning Tower, and Arezzo Lucca boast medieval monuments of great value and beauty; Siena, a city with nice medieval appearance, with the famous Piazza del Campo, is the main center of the Val d’Orcia, a territory where old houses and long rows of cypress trees adorn the territory molded into cakes hills. Even the Tuscan coast is a holiday destination of many: Forte dei Marmi, Viareggio, Castiglione della Pescaia, Talamone are just some of the major resorts. Among the many protected areas in the region, it is reminiscent of the Monte Argentario, in particular its appearance as connected to the mainland by two narrow strips of land. facing the coast the islands belonging to the Tuscan archipelago, which features the largest beautiful island of Elba.



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