Tuscany lives up to the hype created by the movie (more than the book) Under the Tuscan Sun. Its breathtakingly rustic villages, its enchanting streets, slanting red-tiled roofs, green grass carpeting the small hills and the scent of flowers will instantly transport you to another world. Perhaps the best part of visiting Tuscany is riding around a bicycle around the small villages and getting lost, only to find a hidden path leading to another enthralling maze of small roads. Sit back and enjoy! Also Read - On Phone, PM Modi Discusses COVID-19 Situation With French President Macron

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The cobblestone streets of Volterra is perfect for a romantic walk.


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Pitigliano is the stuff of postcards. It rises from the Tuff mountain in the Maremma area and is an extraordinary sight!


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A visit to this walled town of Monteriggioni will take you back in time


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4. A small hill town, Barga, resonates with music during Opera and Jazz Festival, which is held in summer!


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5. Fosdinovo: Do not miss Vermentino wine and traditional food here!


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San Gimignano: we’ll let the picture speak for itself.

San Gimignano

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Collodi, the birthplace of Pinocchio, looks like a cascade of beautiful houses coming down the hill!


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Lucca is a musty-visit place in Tuscany. Have you been there yet?


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The streets of Casale Marittimo are lined with beautiful brick houses. Take a slow walk around the village and taste local wines.

Casale Marittimo

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Suvereto: One of the most charming little towns in Tuscany!


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