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Saint Francis Way

The Way of Saint Francis

The Way of Saint Francis, a caress to our soul The path of Sanit Francis starts from the splendid beech forest in the Verna wood. In the silence, the harmony, and the magic of these trees leave an indelible imprint on the heart of those who arrive. Here, every leaf, every trunk, every branch and […]

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Maremma National Park - scenic view

Natural park of Maremma Italy

The natural park of Maremma Italy, with its 10.000 hectares, made of free beaches, natural reserve and parks, will enchant you. If you are dreaming to explore a little paradise in Tuscany, stop here. The national park in Maremma is a great opportunity to enjoy a day outdoor with family and friends. A safe environment, ideal […]

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Bike tour in Tuscany from Florence

Bike tour in Tuscany from Florence

Bike tour in Tuscany from Florence is what you like? Here are some ideas for you. Cycling in Tuscany is a unique experience and cyclists are always welcome. Tuscany is perfect for cycling but above all Tuscany is the ideal place for an intelligent and active holiday. Each Tuscan cycling itinerary is like an infinite […]

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Tuscan Monasteries bike tour

Are u passionate about Tuscan Monasteries?

The leitmotiv of this tour are the Tuscan Monasteries and  hermitages; religious settlements of great charm, capable of arousing deep emotions, sense of peace and harmony. These are places of meditation and / or prayer but at the same time full of an incalculable artistic and cultural heritage. 6 Tuscan monasteries, 3 different areas, 200km/124mi is […]

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Via Francigena, a trasformative experience

Why should walk Via Francigena?

Via Francigena, a journey of a lifetime. A transformative experience. Every new journey is an experience that makes us “new”, “different”. Unaccustomed to silence, to concentration, this itinerary on the Via Francigena wants to create opportunities to experience these forgotten sensations. Travelling means getting involved. The stories of those who have traveled the Via Francigena […]

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Tuscany biking tour

Tuscany cycling tours to discover being active? Why not

Tuscany cycling tours are the smartest way to combine being active on vacation with discovering the true Tuscan soul If you are a cyclist, you will love it. If you like the idea of riding a bike to explore Tuscany but have never done it before, this is a unique opportunity. Creating a great customer experience […]

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Things to do in FLorence Italy

8 things to do in Florence Italy

Things to do in Florence Italy … if you are reading this blog, perhaps you are looking for ideas a bit off the beaten tracks. This list of suggestions is based on my personal experience. I have been in all those places many times and I know the people that are working to make this […]

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Tuscany Bike Tour pure emotions

Tuscany Bike Tours Suggestions

Tuscany is an incredible land. With its 7 world heritage UNESCO sites, 20.200 assets related to historical heritage (museums, buildings of historical interest, etc.) and 8 Natural parks – wherever you go – you are perhaps very close to something remarkable. Envisioning a Tuscany Bike Tour is like creating a wonderful neckless. Why? For a […]

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Leonardo da Vinci - Codex on the Flight of Birds

Inspiration is not just a matter of luck

Inspiration is not just a matter of luck. There are ways to stimulate the mind to think differently, with an open mind, more creatively. There are also places, for example, which are seemingly insignificant that could become super inspiring, whose valorization depends only on the interpretation – scientific, cultural, symbolic – attributed to it. One […]

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Badia a Passignano - Tuscany Bike Tours

Badia a Passignano

The Abbey of Badia a Passignano is a hidden gem in the heart of Chianti Hidden in the Chianti hills, Badia a Passignano is steeped in art and history. Its origins, characterized by spirituality and mystery, have their roots in the 11th century and are intertwined with the lives of hundreds of monks who have […]

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