Tuscany is the perfect vacation spot for anyone wanting to relax and unwind. This beautiful region boasts many attractions such as the famous Trevi fountain, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the Basilica di San Miniato, Piazza dei Cavalli with its picturesque piazza, and St. Croce Church steeped in Roman history. During your visit, expect to be greeted by a tour guide who will discuss the various attractions, historical facts, and cultural information about Tuscany. A typical guided tour package includes a stay at the hotel, meals and wine, and a guided two nights in the villa. You can also choose other activities like biking, horseback riding, golfing, and swimming.
Most Tuscany all inclusive vacation packages include meals and wine with your stay. However, you can also request for your special tastes to be included in your meals or wine. Tour packages usually include sightseeing tours that cover major tourist attractions. Your package may also include optional extras such as trips to nearby cities and wine tasting during your stay.
One of the popular attractions during your stay in Tuscany is the Duomo, a Roman temple dedicated to Goddess Diana. The Duomo was built during the 3rd century BC. The Goddess Diana is regarded as the patron deity of Florence and Tuscany. During your Tuscany all inclusive vacation package, you can participate in guided tours of the Temple. Each evening, you and your family are invited to attend a lecture by an Italian scholar about the art and culture of Tuscany.
Another popular attraction is the Duomo, which is housed within the grounds of the church of San Miniato. If you’re traveling with children, the Tuscany guided tour packages for the Duomo provide activity lessons for kids as well as private dinners with the priest and his assistants. These activities not only teach your children about God, they allow them to experience the Etruscan countryside. This is part of the program of the Tuscany all inclusive vacation packages that you can take advantage of.
For those interested in experiencing a bit of Tuscany culture, there is the chance to take part in a guided tour during your vacation in Tuscany. The Tuscany all inclusive vacation packages are available from several different travel agents. The guided tour packages detail itineraries for several different cities including Florence, Siena, Lucca, Volterra, San Gimignano, Siena City, Volterra, Liguria, Monti dei Lignori, Friuli, Carrara, and Monteroso. Depending on the specific tour package detailed itinerary, your visit to these cities may last two nights to three nights or even longer depending on the time of year.
During your guided tour packages in Tuscany, you will explore the city’s rich history as you walk through its streets with its medieval streets and narrow alleys. Stroll through the museums and galleries in the ancient and medieval style buildings. Experience the unique architecture of Tuscany while dining outdoors on some of the restaurants that serve authentic Italian fare. If you are looking for a unique shopping experience, then the specialty boutiques are where you will want to be. Other merchants offer local arts and crafts, homemade gelato and breads, fresh seafood, and much more.
You will also find that there are many different things to do in Tuscany, and if you are planning to visit for a romantic honeymoon, then a Tuscany all inclusive vacation package travels to a few of the most romantic locations in Tuscany. One of the most popular places for a romantic visit is the Duomo, which is located in the heart of Tuscany’s city of Florence. Here, you will visit the Duomo, the Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Francis of Assissi, as well as Saint Peter’s Basilica and Saint Samson’s Mount.
The second night in Tuscany is the Catacombs of Rome. This is a must see whether you are traveling with a group or on your own. The guided tour packages in Tuscany include this fascinating site that includes the underground burial sites for several people that were executed during the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Another attraction of the Tuscany area is the Duomo, the main Cathedral in Tuscany.