Beautiful Landscapes in Tuscany

I wish that holiday is still not over. I should still be enjoying the nice warm weather if I am still in Tuscany, Italy. Sad to say, reality says, the trip is over and I am already backed  home. I mentioned in my previous post  here that I will be visiting this region of Italy for a week. It did finally happened!

“I have been to many places and cities in Italy but Tuscany has its own beauty.  I therefore conclude, Tuscany region is one of the best.”

Italy,Tuscany.DSC_0101I took this  snapshot when our bus passed this area on our way from Siena to Pietrasanta. Nice scenery indeed. I believed these are grape vines.

Geography

Tuscany, know in Italian as Toscana or Toskana in German, is a region in central Italy with an area of about 23,000 square kilometres or 8,900 sq mi. It borders the regions of Liguria to the northwest, Emilia-Romagna to the north and east, Umbria to the east and Lazio to the southeast. Tuscany is located on Italy’s west coast, on the Tyrrhenian sea.

I  love the Landscapes in Tuscany

I thought I can only see it in postcards, in travel books or in television…I thought it was only a dream but I was in this beautiful region of Tuscany. I have seen many lovely scenery like the grape vine plantations, cypress tress (which I really love), apple trees, peaches and other fruit-growing trees in Tuscany. These landscapes reminds me of the true beauty of Mother Nature!

Italy.Tuscany.DSC_0088Buildings in Siena, Tuscany. I love the green surroundings in this historic city.

Historic Places I visited in Tuscany

I know,  a week of exploring Tuscany is not enough. A month either  is not   substantial if you want to explore  everything in this region.  There are simply  lot of  things to experience there from festivals to museums, culture, dining and eating Tuscan foods, tasting the excellent local wines and maybe enjoy a day at the beach…I need a month or two to experience everything.

I am  glad,  I finally experienced Siena, Florence (Firenze), Pisa, Lucca, Pietrasanta, Carrara, Porto Venere  (Ligurian  region)  and I had a stroll in Marina di Pietrasanta, a beautiful beach in this side of Tuscany.

I can conclude, it was indeed a memorable and awesome countryside trip I had in Tuscany. I wish I can go back there again in the future.

Have a lovely day to all! Cheers!

 
 

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