Tuscany is a region in central Italy and the regional capital is Florence (Firenze). The main website is Visit Tuscany and there are many different blogs (focusing on different topics) and social accounts managed by the official tourism board. You can find all of them here: All Things Tuscany. If you have any question about travelling in Tuscany you can check out Talk to Tuscany. You can also check a guide for your holiday in Tuscany with images, history, tips and virtual tours of the major cities.

There are several tourist boards you can contact in Tuscany, depending upon the province you are staying in. Tuscany is divided into ten provinces:




The tourists Agency of Abetone Pistoia Montagna Pistoiese promotes the territory within 11 towns: Abetone, Agliana, Cutigliano, Marliana, Montale, Pistoia, Piteglio, Quarrata, Sambuca Pistoiese, San Marcello Pistoiese and Serravalle Pistoiese. The territory includes winter resorts, historical villages, nature spots, trekking and sport activities in the mountains and hills surrounding the historical town of Pistoia: Montagna Pistoiese 

In Montepulciano you can also contact Strada del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, www.stradavinonobile.it The "Strada del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano" was created as an association on the 8th April, 1998 as an operative instrument for the promotion of the territory of the Municipality of Montepulciano, and the area suited to vine cultivation but also rich in centuries' old history and very important cultural traditions.

Mugello in Toscana: the valley of Mugello  is located near Florence and it is the ideal location to spend your holiday in Tuscany.
Known internationally for the Mugello Race Circuit, there is much more to discover and explore in Mugello!
The valley has plenty of characteristic Tuscan towns and villages that define the territory. All the information you need about Mugello www.mugellotoscana.it