3 good reasons to choose Colline toscane
|1Fairytale parks and museumsUnique places like the Pinocchio Park, the Tarot Garden, the Flying Garden and the Leonardo Museum.||2VillagesIn the Tuscan hills, there are some of the most beautiful villages in all of Italy, waiting to be explored with curiosity!||3Enchanted valleysGentle, captivating landscapes like those of Val d'Orcia, Val di Chiana, Chianti and the Crete Senesi...|
Città Italy Family in Colline toscane
Our 1 Family Hotels in Colline toscane
Family hotel near the Chianciano spa resorts
from 01/04 to 07/01
|Starting from 60,00 € per night, per adult, half board|
A taste of Colline toscane
Expanses of greenery and rows of cypresses; romantic stone cottages and vineyards as far as the eye can see, which take on different colours with the passing of the seasons… the Tuscan hills have an authentic and ideal beauty, as if they had secretly crept out of an art gallery, to settle in the heart of the region!
A holiday with the children in Tuscany, surrounded by rolling hills and enchanted villages, catapults the whole family to places that appear to have been drawn by a storyteller’s pen: Val d’Orcia, Val di Chiana, Chianti, the Crete Senesi, the Ombrone Valley and the Hills of Albegna or Val di Merse are just some of the areas not to be missed.
Tuscany for the children is a curious, creative, playful and educational destination, because the entire hilly area is the home of unique, magical and somewhat fairytale-like places. An example? Well, there’s undoubtedly the sword in the stone at the Montesiepi Hermitage, with the nearby Abbey of San Galgano, the magical Pinocchio Park in Collodi, the dreamlike Tarot Garden in Garavicchio, the Flying Garden in Pistoia and the Museum of Prehistory in Cetona.
The Tuscan hills also stand out thanks to the presence of some of the most beautiful villages and towns in the whole of Italy, unique examples waiting to be explored during a family holiday, such as San Gimignano, defined as the “Manhattan of the Middle Ages”, Anchiano and Vinci, where you will find the birthplace of Leonardo and the Leonardo Museum respectively, Bagno Vignoni with its evocative basin, Pienza, Montepulciano, the monumental Volterra and the surprising Lucca.