Easter in Tuscany: where to go and what to do

Tuscany is one of the Italian regions most visited by tourists from all over the world. Especially for its famous cities of art, historic villages and hills with characteristic vineyards, it can be defined as “the most beautiful postcard in Italy”: every smallest village hides unique and unforgettable views, which are worth admiring and immortalizing.

If you still haven’t decided what to do and where to go for Easter holidays, one thing is certain: whatever Tuscan destination you choose, it will always be a nice discovery.

Where to go for Easter in Tuscany

Easter is approaching and you are wondering how to spend it?
Whether as a couple or as a family, Tuscany is certainly the perfect destination to spend the Easter weekend.
First of all, because here you are spoiled for choice: the Tuscan landscape, in fact, is very varied! And spring is one of the best seasons to enjoy all of this.

Here, then, are some suggestions on where to go at Easter in Tuscany.

Cities of art and historic villages: starting from the most known places, such as Florence, Arezzo and Siena, continue your itinerary by visiting equally characteristic towns, such as Pienza, Arezzo and Montepulciano, which have a lot to tell, both in terms of history and culinary traditions.

Lake: if you prefer to enjoy the sun and life in the open air, a beautiful place on the border with Tuscany where you can take a ferry or a sailing boat tour is the Lake Trasimeno, with the possibility of visiting its three islands, Maggiore, Minore and Polvese.

Wild glimpses of the Maremma: Massa Marittima, Capalbio and the Orbetello lagoon are just some of the pearls of this coastal strip that extends between the provinces of Livorno and Grosseto.

The charm and food and wine of the valleys: the Chianti Valley, the Val d’Orcia and the Valdichiana are certainly the best known, with their characteristic vineyards and cultivated fields, where some of the best known wines and gastronomic products of Italy originate.

Mountains: Tuscany offers everything mountain lovers could wish for in spring and summer, namely the possibility of trekking and nature walks. The Casentino is one of the richest areas in terms of food tradition and fascinating places to visit, such as the Castle of Poppi and the Hermitage of Camaldoli.

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What to do at Easter in Tuscany

A holiday in Tuscany for Easter is the best way to immerse yourself in a world of beauty. Art, landscapes, good wine and good food help to create a highly regenerating atmosphere.
After talking about the main destinations of this region, here are some ideas on what to do at Easter in Tuscany.

Wine tasting: in Tuscany it is a must to taste the Chianti, to accompany an exquisite platter of cheeses and cold cuts, perhaps produced by local farms. There are many wineries that offer tastings: you will be spoiled for choice!

Bike or Vespa tours: places such as medieval villages or the Tuscan Maremma can be visited not only on foot or by car, but also by alternative and original means, such as the Vespa.

Visits to museums and exhibitions: in Tuscany there are the most famous museums in the world, like the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, but, scattered around the region, you can find equally interesting museums and minor exhibitions, real cultural pearls.

Spa and relax: if you need to give yourself a break with your sweet half or the whole family, a stop at the Rapolano or Chianciano Terme spas will certainly be appreciated by everyone!

Excursions in the mountains: in addition to the Casentino, for your walks in the midst of nature you can choose minor mountains, such as Monte Amiata or Monte Cetona, from which to enjoy breathtaking views!

Visit to historic centers: every Tuscan city of art or medieval village has a heart to visit, namely its own historic center, with memorable monuments and squares, including Piazza del Campo di Siena and Piazza Grande in Arezzo.

Where to eat at Easter in Tuscany: the Castle of Gargonza

In our opinion, these were the best proposals to do and see in Tuscany for Easter.

But where to eat in Tuscany for Easter? The Castle of Gargonza is an ideal refreshment point, both because it is only a few kilometers from the main Tuscan cities of art, and because it offers a rich and varied Easter menu.

We will let you taste typical Tuscan dishes, such as finocchiona and fresh pecorino, ravioli stuffed with potatoes and mushrooms with Tuscan ragù and sliced beef with rosemary and roasted potatoes.

If you want to have an Easter lunch in Tuscany, contact us to book your table at the Castello di Gargonza: our menu will satisfy both adults and children!

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