TuscanyPisa – Florence – Cinque Terre – Bologna
Pisa – Florence – Cinque Terre – Bologna – Pisa
The Tuscany region is one of the most popular known for its beautiful landscapes, the influence of high culture, and of course wine. It is regarded as the birthplace of Rennaissance and in the region, you can see 8 world heritages. Some of them are the historic city center of Florence, Pisa, or the Montecatini Terme. Our roadtrip starts from Pisa and you can rent your Vespa scooter from here.
Pisa is known for its worldwide famous leaning tower but there is so much more to see there. There are more than 20 historic churches, medieval see sights and bridges. The city is also considered to be the maritime republic of Italy. Furthermore, the name of the city Pisa comes from the word mystery. So prepare yourself to experience a mysterious adventure in Pisa before heading to your next destination with your Vespa.
The city of Leonardo da Vinci and the birthplace of the Rennaissance period. Florence is the capital city of Tuscany and the most populous in that region. If you want to see the Leonardo da Vinci Museum and experience an artistic cultural experience, Florence is the right place for you. Standard Italian dialect comes from Florence and is considered to be the language of culture.
Cinque Terre is an extraordinary coastal area and translated it means “The Five Lands”. It consists of five villages called Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. This region is part of the UNESCO world heritage lists and definitely worth visiting it with your Vespa, where you can explore the coastline and the villages of the Cinque Terre region.
This is the right place if you want to explore a real student city. Bologna has the oldest University in the world, founded in 1088. Therefore, you can find a lot of young people, which is super fun. As we all know, food is an important part of Italian culture. This is emphesised in Bologna, as it is considered the gastronomic capital of Italy! Ragu Bolognese, Mortadella and Certocino all originate from Bologna. Plan a day to try them all!
Are you ready to hop on your Vespa and cruise through Tuscany? Let’s goooo! Tell us how you liked it! If you have anything to add or questions, please let us know in the comments below! Oh and don’t forget to hit the brakes and enjoy the view! Arrivederci!
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