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Tuscany has long evoked a sense of romanticism through its rolling golden hills, verdant Cyprus trees, and ancient towns all synonymous with this central Italian region. For many, boutique hotels in Tuscany provide the ultimate escape from a hectic lifestyle, placing you in the midst of some of Italy’s most desirable vacation destinations. From ancient villages which pepper the countryside to Florence’s souring basilicas, boutique hotels in Tuscany are superbly located to indulge in the majesty of this sun-drenched region.

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Boutique Hotels Tuscany

Tuscany’s majesty overwhelms travelers with its breathtaking scenery and awe-inspiring sites. Spend hours meandering through the streets of Florence, or cycle some of the world’s most famous routes. Divine food, culture, and local attractions make this destination extraordinary, and boutique hotels in Tuscany help you unwind knowing that all your vacation desires are catered for, even providing swimming pools for those hot summer days.

Boutique Hotels Tuscany: Unique lodgings in Italy’s iconic countryside

Florence: Vacation in the cradle of the Renaissance

Whether you decide to book a boutique hotel in Tuscany’s enthralling capital, or elsewhere in the region, an excursion to Florence is an absolute must. Known for its rich history, incredible architecture, and Renaissance art, Florence has inspired the intrepid for generations. A stay with a boutique hotel in the heart of the city will place you within walking distance of historic Florence – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dominating the city’s skyline is the imposing Duomo, a 13th century edifice which impresses with its Italian Gothic architecture and black and white façade. Furthermore, Florence is the birthplace of the European Renaissance, a period of philosophy and enlightenment when some of the world’s most beloved artwork was created. Witness iconic works by Botticelli and Leonardo di Vinci at the Uffizi Gallery, and to see Michelangelo’s stupendous David at the Galleria dell’Accademia. To top off the perfect day exploring the myriad of Florence’s ancient streets, relax with a glass of wine in the dying light of the Piazza della Signoria in the shadow of the beautiful Plazzo Vecchio.

Livorno: A port city on the edge of Tuscany

Tuscany might be well-endowed with gorgeous inland scenery, but the Tuscan coast has its own charm that draws travelers to its shores. Boutique hotels in Livorno present a different kind of vacation – one with a multitude of exquisite and unique attractions to take your breath away. A booming port city, Livorno hosts luxury cruise liners and private yachts coming and going between the islands of Elba, Sardinia and the Tuscan Archipelago. Boutique hotels in Tuscany’s expansive coastal city offer impressive views over the ocean from the wide, checker board-looking Terrazza Mascagni promenade, where joggers, cyclists, and lovers all enjoy the sweeping vistas. Further spectacular sites can he discovered by heading south along the Strada del Vino Costa degli Etruschi between Livorno and Piombino – a picturesque route packed with small farms and communes packed with beautiful architecture and delicious local wine varieties. Furthermore, the coastline outside of Livorno is littered with quiet craggy beaches sinking into the cool, blue Tyrrhenian Sea, perfect for a day, just a short distance from your unique and comfortable boutique hotel.

Charming hidden villages in the Tuscan hills

The real draw of a boutique hotel in Tuscany is its secluded location in one of the many small Italian villages which dot its rolling hills. Make base in the hilltop hamlet of Pienza and enjoy sweeping views over the Tuscan landscape. From here, you can explore all the ancient and picturesque villages in the surrounding area, and experience life in the traditional heartland of Italy. When it comes to food, Tuscany’s quality of Italian fare is second-to-none. Clay-baked pizzas and a variety of fresh salads are on every menu, as well as homemade gnocchi drizzled with truffle oil and an array deserts such as gelato and profiteroles. From your boutique hotel, you can indulge in a wide variety of rich red wines from one of Tuscany’s many vineyards. Many of these Tuscan hamlets have their own annual events which are open to both locals and travelers. Head to the tiny medieval village of Montisi for the Festa dell’Olio Novo where one can visit local mills and indulge in oil tasting and purchases. In August, you can experience the heart-thumping Palio di Siena which sees the horses representing the town’s contrade thunder around the town’s central square. This ancient festival is an once-in-a-lifetime experience.