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Discover the 7 UNESCO Tuscan places UNESCO

The symbols of our culture loved around the world

Did you know that in Tuscany there are 7 UNESCO World Heritage? Yes, each charming and rich in history, valued for their inestimable artistic and cultural value. What are? We just have to find out together!


The historical center of Firenze

The cradle of the Renaissance boasts of unique in the world as a precious the whole historical centre. From the famous Piazza del Duomo, the baptistery and the architecture of Brunelleschi; passing through the ancient streets leading to main points of interest such as Piazza Santa Croce or Piazza della Signoria, just two steps from the Uffizi Gallery: a real open air museum!


Piazza del Duomo in Pisa

Known as Piazza dei Miracoli, named Gabriele D'Annunzio, who decided to give the entire square has not only the famous leaning tower of Pisa, but also a true example of Romanesque architectural perfection that mixes influences classical motifs in early Christian, lombardi and Orientals.


The historic centre of some of the most beautiful Tuscan reality that not always are celebrated

Beyond Florence and Pisa there is still a lot of Tuscany. So much beauty and Majesty as the square of San Gimignano, which used to be called the Manhattan of the middle ages with 72 towers, 13 of which are still well visible today retaining the charm of yesteryear.

Among the 7 UNESCO heritage even Siena's historic centre with its medieval-style monuments, the historical center of Pienza with the Renaissance volumes, the scenery of Valdorcia, a real postcard symbol of Tuscany, Medici villas and gardens.

These legacy of one of the most influential families in the world, well known: the doctors.

Ancient rural architectural complexes, owned by the family of Tuscany between the XV and the XVII century near Florence. A time of leisure and pleasure palaces, which have always represented the dwellings out from urban centres on the territory administered by doctors.