If you have decided to spend your Christmas in Tuscany but still have not chosen what to do just follow our advice and focus on the beautiful Christmas markets and Christmas cribs. Here is a valid help in choosing among the many Christmas attractions in Tuscany!
Many countries, such as Castelfiorentino and Cerreto Guidi, for Christmas sprinkle of nativity scene in the entire historic center where each vacant fund, every space, shop or even window sill welcomes a nativity scene.
Here is the list of the main nativity scene in Tuscany.
Christmas Cribs in Tuscany
But for those who love Christmas shopping and want to find original gifts can not miss the traditional Christmas markets in Tuscany.
From early November to epiphany accompany us for all the Christmas Holidays with their Christmas stalls, lots of music and traditional food.
Here is the list of Christmas Markets in Tuscany 2017/2018
In short, the things to do at Christmas in Tuscany are so many, we are waiting for you to celebrate together!
Milk is a “complete food” loved by young and old. A precious white nectar that becomes even more beneficial for health if of high quality. If you too are a lover of this white drink, discover with us the famous Milk Way in Mugello!
Mugello is an area rich in numerous medieval villages of incredible charm. Come with us to discover San Piero a Sieve!
When autumn arrives, the forest changes color and nature creates spectacular landscapes in which it becomes magical to immerse yourself. It is the Foliage phenomenon that in Tuscany offers truly unique emotions. Experience the Foliage in Tuscany and discover autumn walking in the most beautiful woods.
Bread throughout Italy is a fundamental food, always present on the table at lunch and dinner. But each region has its own specialties, discover with us the characteristics of Tuscan bread and why it is without salt.
The potato tortello is a dish that is part of the Mugello culinary tradition. Originally born as a poor dish, today it is a real gastronomic specialty made in numerous variations by Tuscan chefs. Discover with us the characteristics of the potato tortello of Mugello!
The Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort Blog opens a new space dedicated to the recipes of chef Roberto Zanieri. Every last Thursday of the month we will present one of his delicious recipes, easy to prepare and inspired by the good tradition of Tuscany. Today we begin with “Cabbage mini-pie with cream of beans”.
Mugello is a beautiful Tuscan land where Villa Campestri stands, a land rich in traditions, history and nature. We want to lead you to discover the most beautiful villages in this area to visit the churches and the parish churches that are absolutely not to be missed. Here’s what to see and what to do […]
Tripe and Lampredotto are two very special Italian culinary specialties as they come from bovine offal. Both are part of the Tuscan gastronomic tradition but Lampredotto, a true institution, is the master in Florence. Let’s see together what Tripe and Lampredotto are and what are the best recipes for cooking them.