Overview of the category: Provinces of Tuscany

Pistoia

Pistoia

Pistoia is only about 35 km from Florence. The city with its 90.000 inhabitants is more of an industrial city. It is the capital of the eponymous province of Postoia.

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Castiglione della Pescaia

Castiglione della Pescaia

The municipality of Castiglione della Pescaia is located in Tuscany, directly on the Maremma coast on the Tyrrhenian Sea and belongs to the province of Grosseto. The community has around

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Pietrasanta

Pietrasanta

Pietrasanta is a small town in Italy with 23.600 inhabitants. It is located in the province of Lucca in the north of Tuscany. The city is 30 kilometers north

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Forte dei Marmi

Forte dei Marmi

As a small but exquisite seaside resort, Forte dei Marmi has around 8.000 inhabitants. It is located on the Mediterranean coast in northwest Tuscany and belongs to the province

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Arezzo in Tuscany

Arezzo

Art, culture, enjoyment and a piece of authentic Italy can all be found in Arezzo. The popular city with around 99.000 inhabitants has a lot to offer

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Viareggio

Viareggio

Tuscany is particularly popular because of its small provinces. The beautiful city of Viareggio is located in the middle of the province of Lucca. The city that above all

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View over Carrara in Tuscany

Carrara

Most people think of beautiful white marble when they hear the name Carrara and that is not surprising either. In the Italian

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Volterra in Tuscany

Volterra

The city of Volterra still has traces of its Etruscan past - it was one of twelve centers of power from the fourth to sixth centuries BC. Chr. - as well

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Ponte Vechico

Florence: historic old town

Duration: at least 1 day UNESCO World Heritage Site Florence became a UNESCO World Heritage Site without justification. The city of Florence declined its application to UNESCO to be listed as a World Heritage Site

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