Frequently asked questions about Tuscany
Spend your holiday in Tuscany with the following tips:
- These cities are definitely worth visiting: Florence, Pisa, Siena and Lucca
- Visit the medieval castle of Populonia
- Learn how wine is made in Bolgheri
- Explore the colorful villages of Cinque Terre
- Escape the heat in the impressive Grotta del Vento
The hilly landscape of Tuscany is perfect for various climbing opportunities and adventure. Around Florence, you will find the Parco avventura Il Gigante. Follow one of the 6 routes, fly for at least 100 meters from tree to tree and climb up to 20 meters above the ground.
The largest amusement park of Tuscany lies exactly between the campsites Park Albatros and Montescudaio: Park Cavallino Matteo. Which is ideal for a fun-filled day with the family.
Are slides and swimming pools more for you? Just 15 minutes away from camping Montescudaio you will find Acqua Village Cecina. A Hawaiian theme park with 10 spectacular slides and a few swimming pools will keep you busy for the day!
Do you know the fairy tale of Pinocchio? At the village of Collodi you will find the Pinocchio Theme park! This is not surprising because the creator of this fairy tale lived in this village for a while. Stroll past all the recognizable characters from the story, and maybe you will find Pinocchio.
Characterized by its central location in Italy, but best known for its rolling hills and viticulture, it is easy to have a pleasant stay in this province. Because of the location on the Tyrrhenian Sea, the summers are hot and dry. With the many hills inland, different climates can occur. So it is possible that rain can fall on one side of the hill while the sun shines brightly on the other side. Especially during the months June and September, Tuscany is very pleasant to visit.
In Tuscany, you can easily find a camping suitable for everyone and that will fulfill your expectations. There are plenty of opportunities here. If you prefer a camping holiday near the beach and the sea, then Camping Park Albatros and Montescudaio are perfect for you. If you prefer to stay in the wine region of the heart of Tuscany, then camping Norcenni Girasole is the perfect campsite for you. This campsite is more inland and can be found between the cities of Arezzo, Siena and Florence.
Florence, known in Italian as Firenze, is the capital of this region. This makes the capital of the Renaissance one of the most important cultural cities in Europe.
Besides the capital city of this province, Florence hosts one of the two airports of this region. The other airports are located just outside Pisa.
Leonardo da Vinci was born in the mountain village of Vinci. The landscape surrounding the village must have often inspired the painter in his famous portraits. In the village of Collodi lived the creator of Pinocchio, Carlo Collodi.