If you want to explore the charming villages and countryside of Tuscany, well-known Italian artist Siglinda Scarpa has a vacation "home away from home" for you.
Come take a look at Siglinda's stunning villa in Via della Piazza, Tuscany, which is available to the public year round for either short or long term rentals. This unique home incorporates the rich history and architecture of Italy with modern conveniences and the special creative touches of Siglinda's handcrafted artistry.
Villa in Tuscany
Tuscany boasts some of Italy's most famous landscapes with lush greenery and beautiful sunsets. The attractions of Tuscany are mostly found in its hill towns—attractive settlements whose endowments include a unique culture, beautiful landscapes and a pleasant climate.
The gorgeous countryside of Tuscany includes coastal plains, rolling hills and modest mountains. Siglinda's idyllic villa has the perfect combination of comfort and luxury, allowing you to settle in to the Italian way of life. With a Tuscany villa rental, enjoy convenient access to enchanting medieval villages, vineyards and the magic of renaissance Florence.
In Italy, you will find more than half of the works of art, monuments, masterpieces and sights of the entire world. They are extremely varied, as they are expressions of various historical eras covering nearly 2,800 years. They are also the result of different societies and political realities. Half of this legacy, in fact, can be found in Rome, the "Eternal City."
Cuisine and cooking are national passions, and the food is tasteful, healthy, extraordinarily imaginative and varied. In Italy, you will find a galaxy of regional cuisines, each contributing to the rightful fame of the broader national one.
There is no need to go to a fancy and expensive Italian restaurant to sample the countless dishes—you will find restaurants of all sorts everywhere and discover that the most economical of meals are also extremely good. The Italians will be happy then to explain to you all the nuances of this Mediterranean, natural cuisine.
The Italians are accommodating, savvy and sensible. It is a form of pleasure knowing about the Renaissance society, about Leonardo's and Michelangelo's lives, about the well-organized society of ancient Rome and of the Church and about the fascinating history of the Marine Republics. You will see firsthand why the Italians define themselves as "People of Poets, Saints and Explorers."