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Cinque Terre National Park

Cinque Terre (Italian: the Five Lands) – a place where not only those who like easy climbing in the mountains, but also those who love good seafood cuisine, wine, boat trips, walks around small towns, sun, swimming in the azure sea and a pink evening sky, will find what to do.


Trekking in Tuscany: Vie Cave of Maremma

Looking for some unique and strange place for trekking in Tuscany? We have found something very special for you – Vie Cave, or the excavated roads. The Vie Cave are an impressive road network linking an Etruscan necropolis and several settlements in the area between Sovana, Sorano and Pitigliano in Maremma land (south Tuscany), consisting […]


Trekking in Tuscany: Botri canyon

If you are interested in trekking in Tuscany and want to experience an amazing canyon in undiscovered Garfagnana zone, then check out a hidden place in the Serchio Valley, called Orrido di Botri, or Botri Canyon near Bagni di Lucca: a strikingly harsh calcareous cave with steep walls deeply by the cold waters of the […]


Trekking in Tuscany: Paths Near Florence

If you are planning trekking in Tuscany, we have some interesting paths near Florence. You shouldn’t miss Reggello aera and Vallombrosa forest with its wonderful nature. Reggello aera is located about 25 kilometres southeast of Florence. The most famous point of interest is the Abbey of Vallombrosa, located in the middle of green forest and […]

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Trekking in Tuscany: Monte Sumbra, Isola Santa and “ghost town”

First weekend of June our team has visited Garfagnana – one of the best places for trekking in Tuscany, but less-visited by tourists. The Garfagnana is a historical and geographical region of central Italy, today part of the province of Lucca, in Tuscany. It is the upper valley or basin of the river Serchio, and […]