5. Take a Good Look at David
When Michelangelo was just 26 years old, he made a marble statue of a man proudly standing in all his naked glory. That 5.17-metre statue was that of David, a Biblical hero and it is a very popular work of art. This wonderful Tuscan treasure can be found in Galleria dell ‘Accademia.
6. Enjoy the Best Gelato
Italian ice cream is called gelato and where ever you may get one, you can be assured that it is going to be delicious. One of the most popular places to buy Italian ice cream is at the Vivoli. So, make sure you enjoy gelato while you visit the Vivoli.
7. Rent a Bike and Explore the Villages and Hills in Chianti
If you like to ride a bike and explore new places, going to Chianti should be one of the never-miss things to do in Tuscany. Chianti has beautiful sceneries, smooth road, challenging climbs, vineyard and historical sites, making it a perfect biking destination.
8. Spend your Morning Learning About and Tasting Tuscan Wines
While in Chianti, you can also join in wine making classes. This is a good opportunity to learn and get a free taste of the best Tuscan wines.
9. Take a Hike
Tuscany is also a great place for avid hikers. Some of the most popular hiking trails include; Lunigiana, Casentino, Garfagnana, and the Florentine hills. If you love adventure, this has to be one of your favourite things to do in Tuscany.
10. Harvest Grapes with your Friends
Vendemnia means harvest in Italian. But it does not mean just any kind of harvest; it means harvest of the grapes. It is a tradition in the Tuscan countryside and if you are lucky enough to be there at the time of the harvesting, you and your friends can participate in the fun and experience vendemmia.
These are our top 10 things to do in Tuscany. We are sure you will love taking part in each of these activities. Explore Tuscany and make memories of lifetime.