Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Our guest post on GotSaga blog
Tuscany is one of the best regions of Italy to go for food tours, both around cities and countryside. If many historical city centres, such as in Florence, Lucca and Siena, yet preserve the traditional artisanal shops and workshops, there are many foody trails in the outdoor areas you cannot miss. Moreover, Tuscany has a wide variety of wine terroirs and many Slow-Food associated typical products, which will make your explorations unique. Here are my five most favourite out-of-beaten-track food tours. >>>
Tuesday, 8 November 2011
I have spent one day with friends and our children, enjoying ourselves without much worries about possible risks.
The entrance is free and, apart from the natural environment, the Park includes the Hippodrome ring, where in winter time horse races are still up and going, and a few historical buildings which were once upon a time, noble dwellings of the King and Princes of Italy.
Most buildings have now been refurbished and hosts different activities, from restaurants to stalls and visitor centres.>>>