From Lunigiana to Casentino, passing through Siena and the Mugello region: every Tuscan locality is a perfect destination for a gastronomic holiday. Wine, olive oil and typical local products  brighten the journey for food lovers, tourists and visitors of all ages.

This is why you might want to follow the itineraries of the Wine, Olive Oil and Flavours Routes of Tuscany, interesting journeys allowing you to discover the lesser known corners of the territory, rich in tradition and history.

Along the Routes, you will come across villas, country houses, farms and wine cellars as well as the people who make the high-quality products, that we put on our tables, every day.

Therefore, by following the flavours theme, you can visit the vineyards of Colli di Candia, Lunigiana, Montecarlo, Chianti Classico and Carmignano. From the Florentine hills, you then travel along the San Gimignano Route dedicated to Vernaccia or that of the Etruscan Coast, Maremma, Motespertoli or Montepulciano.

Anyone who loves chestnuts, marron glaces and mushrooms can visit the area of Marradi in the Mugello region, while history enthusiasts can visit Montalbano and the lands of Leonardo da Vinci. Amiata, Val d’Orcia and Valtiberina tell us about another piece of Tuscany, made of fruits of the land, agriculture, traditions and authentic fragrances.