One of the most iconic landmarks in the entire Italy, this tower stands to prove that sometimes, even the impossible can be made to happen.
With its height of 55 metres, this building is the largest baptistery in Italy.
This cathedral, built in 1118, is one of Italy's most elegant buildings and cannot be missed when visiting the city.
Also known as Piazza dei Miracoli, this is the ground that connects several of probably the most famous landmarks in Italy.
This picturesque square used to have great political significance in the medieval times.
An amphitheater is a prime symbol of Roman past. This one was discovered in the 1950s and has been a popular attraction since then.
The oldest town hall in Tuscany. Fun fact: Youngsters may also know this building from Meyer's Twilight series.
The most popular gateway to the city is also a gem dating to the Etruscan times. Walk through it and enjoy the scenery.
The Fortezza Medicea of Volterra is built on the highest point of the hill overlooking the town.
Marina di Pisa is a seaside resort of Tuscany, in central Italy.
The Baptistery of San Giovanni an octagonal 13th century religious building standing just in front of the Duomo of Volterra, in the center…
The Teatro del Silenzio is an Italian open air amphitheatre which is located in Lajatico, Tuscany – the hometown of Andrea Bocelli.
Tirrenia is a frazione of Pisa, Italy with a population of 3,112 inhabitants.
This fortress resisted a nine-month long siege and the passing of hundreds of years. Impressive, isn't it?
This seemingly uninteresting church holds a mysterious wooden statue of the Madonna and Child entwined with legends.
Call ahead to visit this majestic villa of great historical importance. Nowadays, it often serves as a filming location.
The estate houses an educational center and museum that aims to introduce the region with its natural rarities and rich cultural heritage.
Ruins of the late-medieval fortress - what an amazing, romantic site totally off the beaten track. Explore!