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Price and Availability Index in Tuscany
Holiday Letting Price Information in Tuscany
In the above graph, you can see Prices reach their highest point in July, when prices are an average of £119 a night (20/07 - 27/07). Holiday letting prices go down to £91 per night in September (28/09 - 05/10).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Tuscany
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Tuscany. The week with the highest booking rate is in February (01/02 - 08/02). Only 40 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Tuscany in September (21/09 - 28/09).
The Weather in Tuscany
This is the climate diagram for Tuscany. This year, August will have the highest average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 5° in Tuscany in February. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is June.
Holiday lettings in Tuscany, a nation within a nation
The region of Tuscany in Central Italy is renowned for its history as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and its picture-perfect landscape. Holiday apartments in Tuscany are sophisticated or rustic, depending on whether you are based in the city or the country and are always immaculately stylish.
Wherever you stay, from Florence to Siena, you will have history and beauty on your doorstep.
Art and Culture - The very heart of Tuscany
Tuscany is a hub of art and culture in Italy and has been for centuries. The region is home to a multitude of galleries, historical landmarks, superb architecture and museums. The Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia, home of Michelangelo's 'David', and the Bargello Museum are just three of the most important of the region's museums.
Beside the Leaning Tower of Pisa, historical buildings in Tuscany include the Populonia (now an archeological park housing a necropolis carved into cliffs) the Duomo in Siena and the Abbey of San Galgano.
Self-catering in Tuscany
Eating out is always an easy option wherever you are in Italy and there are pizza and pasta places at every turn. If you prefer to cook for yourself you will find larger supermarkets such as Coop, which is the biggest in Tuscany, which sell everything you need to self-cater.
Smaller shops, where you can buy bread, cheese and cured meats as well as dried pasta and sauces are commonly found throughout the region's towns and villages.
The sights and sounds of central Italy
Leaning Tower of Pisa
The construction of the world-famous free standing belltower in Pisa's Cathedral Square began in 1172 and took 199 years before it was finally completed. In spite of this, it is the unintentional lean caused by the tower's weak foundations that makes it so popular with sightseers.
The Boboli Gardens are known as an impressive example of 'green architecture,' providing the city with beauty and tranquility through every season. Begun in the 15th Century, the gardens were developed over 400 years and surround the Pitti Palace.
Boboli is one of Florence's greatest open-air museums and is home to sculptures, fountains and ancient oak trees.
Piazza del Campo
The Piazza del Campo in Siena is considered one of Europe's greatest and most well-preserved medieval squares. Beginning life as a marketplace sometime before the 13th Century, it is known around the world for its beauty and architectural integrity.
The Piazza is home to the famous Fonte Gaia, the Fountain of the World, which was built in 1419. Twice a year the Piazza plays host to a horse race which takes place around the entire square, an exciting event for all involved.
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