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Romantic hilltop villages, the exquisite artworks and architecture of Florence, fine wines and fabulous food make Tuscany one of Italy's most intoxicating regions.
If you're planning a trip to this beautiful European destination, package vacations make perfect sense. They allow you to bundle together flights, hotels and car hire, letting you explore the countryside of Tuscany and its tucked away sights. And you can save money for another glass of Chianti, or a succulent plate of bistecca Fiorentina.
Tuscany attracts visitors throughout the year, but it has a couple of peak seasons (roughly April to June, and September/October). During those periods, prices will be slightly higher, though the weather is at its best. July and August can be extremely hot, but still manageable. Late fall, winter or spring breaks are great for sightseeing, but double check opening times before visiting any museums or galleries.
The Hotel Repubblica Marinara in Pisa is set up for any type of visitor, from business guests to couples and families. Air conditioning is standard in all 54 rooms, and suites come with luxury features like Jacuzzis. You can get there in just 6 mins from Pisa Airport via the LAM Rossa bus.
The Hotel Malaspina is a great general option in Florence, Tuscany's premier tourist destination. Converted from a 19th century townhouse, it offers comfort and a warm welcome in the shadow of the gorgeous Duomo. Located on the Piazza dell'Indipendenza, it's 700 meters from Santa Maria Novella station, the stop for buses from Florence Airport.For family vacations in Tuscany:
One of Florence's leading family hotels, the Grand Hotel Baglioni is a 4-star complex where the rooftop restaurant affords wonderful panoramic views and concierge staff are always ready with suggestions for family experiences in the Renaissance city. Taxis from the airport get there in under 10 mins.
L'Andana in Castiglione della Pescaia is another great family option. Located in the Maremma National Park, it has a well-stocked games room and kid's club, as well as spa facilities, fine dining and sprawling grounds. Slightly off the beaten track, it's around 2 hours from the Pisa and Florence airports.For romantic vacations in Tuscany:
Few cities are as romantic as Florence, and few hotels in the city suit couples as well as the Grand Hotel Minerva. A 4-star hideaway, the Minerva has meticulously furnished rooms, a rooftop pool with views of the city and a fitness center. The R003 airport bus gets there in 17-18 minutes.
Pisa's Grand Hotel Duomo is a magnet for couples visiting the city. Around two minutes' walk from the Leaning Tower, it offers soundproofed suites and fine Tuscan cuisine, while the LAM Rossa bus transports travelers from the airport to right outside the hotel in just 15 minutes.For luxury vacations in Tuscany:
Located in Florence's Novoli suburb, the Hilton Garden Inn is a luxurious retreat a short drive from the Uffizi and the Duomo. Guests can enjoy a fitness center, gorge on Tuscan delights at City Restaurant and generally relax in style - all within 2 miles of Vespucci Airport.
The Hotel San Michele is a luxury hotel in Cortona - one of Tuscany's spellbinding hilltop towns. The rooms are beautifully furnished and the wellness center is inviting. It's around 70 miles from Florence Airport.For budget vacations in Tuscany:
If you want to visit Pisa inexpensively, the B&B Hotel Pisa is ideal, offering homely rooms, great service, an on-site shop and a private car park. Bus Line 5 from the airport gets there in just over 10 mins.
The Hotel de Lanzi is a fantastic budget option in Florence. Very close to the Giotto's Campanile, it's a stylishly furnished affordable hotel with English speaking staff and extras like laundry and luggage storage - all just 11 mins from the airport by taxi.