Our tourist maps

Discover Tuscany as you've never seen it before! Here are 3 unpublished and printable maps for your trip to Tuscany! Explore cathedrals, medieval towns, vineyards and Italian arts, and don't miss out on any of the must-see attractions in Florence's Uffizi Gallery, the Pisa Tower or Chianti. Finally, organise your trip quickly and easily with the help of our route map. Everything you need to make your trip to Tuscany an unforgettable experience.

Region map

Tuscany, renowned for its evocative landscapes combining cities, countryside valleys and extraordinary art. Amazing Florence, birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, there's no place quite like it when it comes to the array of artistic wealth on offer (churches, museums, palaces). Then there's the Pisa region, synonymous with the Leaning Tower of Pisa, offering a striking contrast with its ruiniform landscapes, geothermal springs, forests and marshes - so many different treasures make up this area that you'll be spoilt for choice. Finally, there's Arezzo and Siena, in the heart of the Chianti region, showcasing typical Tuscan hilly landscapes and surrounded by the Apennine mountains. A perfect combination of art, history and nature.

Carte des régions TUSCANY

Overview of 6 tourist regions

photo Arezzo and Eastern Tuscany

Arezzo and Eastern Tuscany

Surrounded by the Apennine mountains, Arezzo offers valleys and varied landscapes combining art, history and nature. Its steep rock faces and lush vegetation is what we love the most about this area.

photo Central coast and Elba island

Central coast and Elba island

This part of Tuscany is relatively untouched and unvisited despite its charming and delightful environment. Of particular note is Elba island, covered with orange groves, palm groves and lined with beaches. The Golfo di Baratti is worth a stop before taking the ferry.

photo Florence


The birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Florence has no close rivals when it comes to its array of artistic wealth (churches, museums, palaces) especially with the natural light which makes for a breathtaking visit.

photo Pisa and the North-West

Pisa and the North-West

The unmissable Leaning Tower of Pisa and a coastline made up of long beaches lined with dunes and pine forests make for a striking contrast with the Tuscan countryside. Ruiniform landscapes, geothermal springs, forests and marshes - a treasure trove of delights make this region particularly special.

photo Pistoia & Prato

Pistoia & Prato

Pistoia and Prato - two charming towns that remain relatively unknown to tourists, despite offering spectacular buildings, history and art. While it's the historical city centre and market place that make Pistoia worth a visit, it's Prato's works of art, landscapes and secular fabric that make it stand out.

photo Siena and central Tuscany (Chianti)

Siena and central Tuscany (Chianti)

With its synonymous Tuscan hilly landscapes and historical cities taking us back to the Middle Ages and the Renaissance period, this tourist region is particularly enjoyable for its gastronomy, culture and architecture.

*According to the geographic breakdown of thetraveler.net

Attractions maps

Tuscany is home to such an array of absolute gems that it's difficult choose where to go, especially when you know that Giotto, Brunelleschi, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Botticelli have all left their mark. Admire the many works of arts throughout the region, such as churches and museums, all which have been touched by the Golden Age and the Italian Renaissance. The Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, the Uffizi Gallery, the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, the Piazza del Campo, the medieval towers of San Gimignano and of course the Leaning Tower of Pisa - just some of Tuscany's symbolic monuments. If nature is more your thing, don't miss La Garfagnana and Chianti for gentle meandering hikes through vineyards and valleys. Finally, don't forget to stop off in the towns of Lucca and Carrara.

Routes and distances maps

Easily accessible and less than 2 hours away, Florence and Pisa are must-see destinations in Europe! Don't worry about getting around in Tuscany: Buses and trains connect Pisa Airport with Florence, while another bus runs daily from Pisa to Siena. In other words, it's easy to visit Tuscany's two main cities. For long distances we recommend taking the train, while to cover shorter distances the bus will do just fine. A car will offer you some much-needed freedom, but beware of the price of fuel and motorway tolls which are particularly high. What's more, you need to be at least 25 years old to rent a car. As for the motorcycles, you often need to be at least 18 years old and prices start around 20/140 € per day/week for a 50cc scooter and 80/400 € per day/week for a 650cc.

Carte des incontournables TUSCANY