What Makes the Perfect Tuscany Itinerary?
Tuscany is a wonderful destination and easily one of the best choices for relaxing Italian getaways in 2021. If you want to travel to Tuscany, Covid shouldn’t pose much of an issue to your travel plans due the minimal risk level and lesser restrictions; making it an even better choice. All that’s left for you to do is consider how to organize your vacation, but where do you begin?
If you’re asking yourself questions like “What is there to do in Tuscany in 3 days”, or “What is the best time of year to go to Tuscany” and don’t quite know the answers, there’s no need to worry; we’re here to help. Read on for everything you need to know to have the best Tuscany tours 2021.
How many days do you need in Tuscany Italy?
If you’re not choosing a professionally crafted Tuscan adventure, it might be worth taking the time to first consider how long you want your trip to last. Here are a few suggestions:
- Tuscany itinerary 3 days – Take in the beautiful views from Pienza, Montepulciano, or Val d’Orcia and enjoy some of the fantastic food and wine while you’re at it
- Tuscany itinerary 5 days – On a Rome and Tuscany itinerary, you could begin in Florence and explore a new area every day before moving onto seeing some of the sights of Rome
- Tuscany itinerary 10 days – With over a week, you could visit a variety of the region’s most iconic destinations; from Lucca, to San Gimignano. In general, for the best 10 day itinerary for exploring Tuscany, you’ll want to visit a variety of places while also giving yourself the time to take it all in
- Tuscany itinerary 14 days – 2 weeks is more than enough time for you to see the sights and get to know the Tuscan lifestyle. There are plenty of places to go, things to do, foods to try, and more – all of which you can enjoy at your own pace
Our 3 Tuscany trip planner tips:
- The best time to visit Tuscany is often around August, or in the Spring, since these times of year tend to draw less crowds, have more moderate temperatures, and can even cost less
- If you’re interested in the beauty of the region’s landscapes, it might be worth making a more focused Tuscany countryside itinerary, with visits to destinations like Chianti, Volterra, and Val d’Orcia
- When deciding on where to stay in Tuscany, you also have to think about the location you’ll be traveling to and from throughout the trip
Hopefully, all this will help you with planning out your Tuscany road trip itinerary.
Why not travel with our team here at Tours of Tuscany?
From the fantastic foods to the Tuscan lifestyle, there’s simply so much to enjoy. If you’re booking a vacation to Tuscany in 2021, be sure to get in touch with our team to find out a little more about what our tours around Tuscany include.