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Museums & More Unmissable Sights

We created these pages to help you really Discover Italy. Journalists Donald Strachan, Steve Keenan and Jasmine Boni Ball — who visit several times every year — have gathered a rich crop of local stories and written destination guides to help you make the most of your vacation. As they say in Italy, “Buon viaggio!”

The Sights of Siena’s Campo

“Il Campo” is one of Italy’s most beautiful squares. Students, schoolchildren, picnickers, tourists and Sienese relax in its burnt-sienna glow, as Gothic shadows move slowly across the paving stones. The Campo is also the epicentre of this city's sights: art, architecture and more.

5 Hidden Art Exhibits in Tuscany

In Tuscany, even the not-so-famous artworks are masterpieces in their own right. Here, Dr. David Saunders from the British Museum picks five of his personal, less-known favourites from five Tuscan cities: Arezzo, Florence, Pisa, Pistoia and Siena.

Get the Best from the Uffizi Gallery

Everything you have heard about the Uffizi is true: this Florence museum is the planet’s greatest collection of Renaissance art. There’s so much inside, it’s impossible to see everything on a single trip. Fancy some insider knowledge before you go, including how to skip the epic line outside?

Visit 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tuscany

Gary Arndt has visited over 330 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, on travels that have taken him all over the world. In an interview with TN&M, he selects his favourites from among Tuscany's seven sites, and explains what he loves best about them.

Visiting the Medici Villas

Like all self-respecting Renaissance bigwigs, Florence’s Medici family kept a place or two in the country. Being the Medici, however, they built more and grander villas than anyone else. Our short guide covers the best of them — including some grisly history.

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