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Travel to Italy: the North of Tuscany

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Florence views

Monday, November 1: Barga, accommodation there
Tuesday, November 2: from Barga to Lucca and accommodation there
Wednesday, November 3: Lucca and from there to Florencewhere do i stay
Thursday, November 4: Florence, and there I spend the night
Friday, November 5: excursion to San Gimignano and back to Florence
Saturday, November 6: from Florence to Pisa and spend the night there

At 06:20 I am catching the flight back to Madrid, so there ends my second foray into lands of Italy.

In a country like Italy there are countless towns, churches, sculptures and other works of art to see, but the saying "Who covers a lot, doesn't squeeze" is never more true. I know that I leave, for example, Siena, and that three nights in Florence are not ideal, because the city gives for a week quietly. But I didn't want to pass a week in FlorenceI wanted to see something else, but I didn't want to go every day with a backpack, so I had to look for a calendar / route of commitment.

Apart from having bought online the ticket for the visit to the Uffizzi Gallery (with which I can also access an exhibition of Caravaggio) and thus avoid the legendary queues at the box office, I have not decided what to see and what to skip. I will define these days but Do you have any suggestions to make me? Apart from Michelangelo's David, what do you think I can't miss? Have you been to that area and know a great place to eat after a morning watching pictures? If you have any suggestions, I would appreciate it if you tell me well as a comment to this article or by sending the details through our contact form.

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