After a long and rainy winter, we are finally finding ourselves under the Tuscan sun that everyone told us about. Siena is among its predominant: beautiful sunny hills visible from our school which is located on a hill, one of the highest points of Siena. From our classroom, you can see the beauty of Tours in Tuscany itself. Rolling hills, green grass, and even other small towns and cities clustered on hills in the distance.
If you get a chance at school here, join the class for a school field trip. These trips give you a chance to see some parts of Italy that you would not normally be able to find on your own. This past weekend I drove to various places, including San Galgano, which is famous for its stone swords. While there, we took some pictures in the grass with beautiful weather and opportunities for beautiful landscapes, which were blooming small wildflowers.
It was one of those moody times where he would break into endless soliloquies with himself. We started some trips through the forest to find abandoned abbeys, churches, a garden, and some beautiful lookout points. We climbed up a small dirt road, through the jungle, through the mud, up and down the hill. I can’t imagine how I could find these places on my own.
All the while we were learning about the rich history and culture of Siena and the greater Tuscan region. I got here out of a discipline experience with Tuscany and its subculture and records, the people, and why this part of the sector receives a lot of interest for being beautiful and romantic. There is nothing like driving on this windy road, looking out the window and seeing the way you have always portrayed Italy that takes your breath away!
For quantity and quality, Tours in Tuscany is the region with the most famous museums in the world. The Uffizi Gallery will suffice to crown Tours in Tuscany as the birthplace of the museum, But there are much more unexpected, some familiar, others less, which describe centuries of Italian history. Beauty is in many cases part of the Italian tradition, not only in art, but also in the design, food or textile industries. If you are on vacation, in addition to the beautiful Tuscan villages and the most famous art cities in the world, we recommend that you stop at this museum in Florence, but not only. We chose five from art, design, history and science.
FLORENCE – MUSEUM OF COSTUME AND FASHION
While many of Uffizi’s rooms contain some of the best masterpieces in the history of art, some are also dedicated to the history of fashion. This incredible costume gallery has over 6000 costumes and fashion accessories. The museum tells the story of centuries of fashion, up to the most recent names of real artists such as Valentino, Armani and Versace. Not to be missed is the costume of Eleonora Duse, the most famous Italian theater actress in history, or the funeral of Cosimo de ‘Medici.
PONTEDERA – PIAGGIO MUSEUM
As we have said, the taste of Italian excellence and excellence of beauty also applies to design. The Vespa begins with his famous appearance in the classic Hollywood film “Roman Holiday”, which is synonymous with Italy around the world. In Pontedera, where the Vespa is still built, there is a beautiful museum dedicated to the history of this sIn Pontedera, in which the Vespa remains built, there may be a stunning museum devoted to the records of this scooter. Immortal design. The display has 250 pieces, which restore the history of Piaggio and Italy.
FLORENCE – LA SPECULA
If you’re looking for something different, don’t miss another Florentine museum here. It’s approximately La Specola, one of the oldest technology museums in Europe. Incredible collections from the 1700s to the present day include thousands of animals, anatomical waxes, minerals, skeletons. Some of the most beautiful and bizarre in Florence can be seen here: a visit not to be missed.
SAN GIMIGNANO – MUSEUM OF TORTURE AND THE DEATH PENALTY
Beauty, art, science, but history. Tuscany has many museums of torture (for example, Voltaire and Sienna) but the beautiful medieval village of San Gimignano has two really interesting tours in tuscany and is visited by tourists from all over the world. It is an exhibition of the history of torture and the death penalty from the most distant century to the present day. An interesting museum from a historical point of view – there are terrifying and bizarre instruments of persecution – but it also reflects our present.
FLORENCE – MUSEUM OF OPIFICIO DELLE PIETRE DURE
After all, there is a truly amazing museum here that not everyone knows about. If you are in Florence, we suggest you visit it. Born in the late 19th century, it is a museum dedicated to the processing of lapis lazuli, agates and other stones and minerals known for their aesthetic value. Opificio was founded in 1588 by Ferdinando I dei Medici and is still in operation. Inside the museum you can discover techniques as well as see some of the world’s works and decorations.
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