Easter holidays are an excellent opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and try to relax away from the stress of the city. To turn this desire into reality, here are the 5 places in Tuscany to spend the perfect Easter holidays 2019!
Whether for a holiday by the sea or in the mountains, or for a weekend discovering cities of art and medieval villages, Tuscany offers many attractions that combine the needs of adults and children.
According to recent sector studies, the trend of family holidays is constantly growing. In fact, in the last year, the percentage of bookings of kid-friendly accommodations has increased compared to previous years, covering most of the Belpaese area.
In this panorama Tuscany stands at the top of the ranking of regions with the highest number of kid friendly facilities.
The Mugello, for example, offers its young guests the opportunity to spend a day outdoors, surrounded by nature with the opportunity to taste local products and closely observe many animals.
For those who decide to take advantage of the Easter break for a family trip or those who choose this opportunity for a weekend as a couple here are the 5 places in Tuscany where to spend the Easter holidays 2019!
The Boboli garden is also open during Easter holidays and is an excellent opportunity to spend a pleasant day with the loved one or with children. Boboli is really an open-air museum, not only
for its architecture and landscaping, but also because of the many sculptural ornaments it contains.
Capraia, the ‘volcanic’ island of the Tuscan archipelago, is an excellent destination for an Easter holiday to admire a wonderful nature experiencing intense emotions and beautiful excursions.
From Monte Le Penne you can enjoy the amazing panorama of Corsica, the archipelago and the Tuscan coast.
Val d’Orcia is a beautiful corner of Tuscany where nature is the protagonist. This wonderful land can be visited on a special steam train that allows you to observe hills, woods and beautiful villages.
Val d’Elsa is a territory capable of offering nature, culture and art. The natural landscapes are in fact dotted with castles and churches rich in history. The Museum of Grapes and Wine in Montespertoli is the ideal place to learn more about the different local vines and get used to discovering the wine.
In Tuscany, just a few kilometers from Florence, Mugello offers the opportunity to practice a “cyclist-friendly” holiday in complete safety. The roads are almost always paved and wind throughout the territory to discover the Mugello.
If you have chosen Tuscany as a destination to spend the Easter holidays 2019 we are waiting for you at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort!
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