Visit Tuscany in spring

Spring in Tuscany
Spring in Tuscany

Have you ever visited Tuscany in spring? It is the moment to discover nature in full revival: flowers blooming, buds opening, birds singing… It is the moment to visit Florence, Siena, San Gimignano without the summer crowds… It is the moment to renew with the Tuscan sun after a long snowy or rainy winter. Take advantage of Villa le Barone’s spring offer.

To visit Tuscany in spring is truly wonderful. There are fewer vacationers and it will be a pleasure to discover the countryside around Villa le Barone and to visit the towns on the UNESCO World Heritage list: Florence, Siena, and San Gimignano. The museums are less crowded and at the Uffizi you can quietly admire the famous painting by Botticelli “la Primavera” (the spring), with its 500 species of plants and 190 species of different flowers.

And the countryside is a wonder: it takes all shades of green. The buds burst open; fruit trees – almond, cherry, plum, quince… – are in full bloom. Flowers are everywhere, wisteria, daffodils, forsythia, tulips, irises, peonies… and they perfume the atmosphere. The birds are busy nesting and you can hear the blackbird and cuckoo…

Horse chesnuts in bloom in spring
Horse chesnuts in bloom in spring

On the terrace in front of Villa le Barone, you may enjoy a light snack in the sun with a delicious glass of Chianti, unless you prefer to be in the shade of century-old chestnut trees that are dressed in their white flowers.

So take advantage of the “spring” offer of the boutique hotel Villa le Barone, allowing you to enjoy the beauty of the Tuscan countryside in the spring and to quietly visit Tuscany’s Renaissance cities.

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