Happy Birthday Vespa! This year, the legendary scooter beloved worldwide, celebrates its seventieth. Piaggio patented the design of the first model of Vespa the 23rd April 1946, and few months later they started the production of the “98cc” model in their historic factory of Pontedera near Pisa in Tuscany. Read More
Today, April Fool’s Day, people use to playing jokes and organize hoaxes to friends or colleagues. Taking advantage of this special day we want to tell you a story about the young Giotto,his master Cimabue and one of the most famous fools in the history.
If you have chosen to celebrate Easter in Tuscany, you will surely need information and suggestions about special events, Easter customs or “things to do” that deserve to be added to your itinerary. This post should be what you are looking for… Read More
On 8th March people celebrate the International Women’s Day. This post is dedicated to them, hoping they can enjoy this important day traveling around Tuscany. For the Women’s day origin we have to go back in the past. Read More
Cenci are one of the typical sweets of Carnival of Italy. Along with the tradition of wearing costumes and participate in a parade throughout the region, as the Carnevale di Viareggio, Carnival means also delicious food. Read More
Carnival of Viareggio is one of the most important and relevant Carnival events of Italy and Europe. It became famous thanks to its unique story and strong identity. The main floats of Viareggio Carnival are renowned to be one of the biggest and animated floats of the Carnivals of the entire world. Read More
The Befana is celebrated every 6 January for the day of Ephiphany, the Christian feast that commemorates the visitation of the three biblical Magi to the baby Jesus. According to the Italian Christmas folklore, the Befana is an old woman riding a broomstick through the air. Read More
The wonderful living nativity scene of Equi Terme is a traditional Christmas event in northern Tuscany. Dozens of characters in costume let visitors re-live the magical atmosphere of the nativity of Jesus in Bethlehem. Read More
How are you going to celebrate the end of this year and the beginning of the new one? If you are planning to spend New Year’s Eve in Tuscany, have a look at this post. We created a useful list with a selection of the most interesting events of New Year’s Eve in Tuscany.
“My Travel in Tuscany”celebrates this Christmas sharing with you two special posts for the occasion. We wish to tell you our childhood memories about the Christmas Traditions and how we used to spend these holidays with our relatives. Read More