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Overlooking the shore of the Mar Tirreno, Hotel Universal is the ideal place for your relaxing stay in Tuscany.




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Around Tuscany

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Florence is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. Its streets are full of history, ancient buildings, sculptures and art. The historic center is perfect for being explored on foot, allowing you to enjoy the atmosphere even more! The city also has some of the most beautiful museums in the world.



Pisa is one of the most famous Italian cities abroad, especially thanks to the fame of its leaning tower, but it has many monuments and treasures of equal artistic and historical value. Buildings, monuments and museums help to keep alive the memory of a past in which Pisa was Maritime Republic.



Bolgheri, located in the splendid setting of the Etruscan Coast, is one of the most fascinating villages in Tuscany, ideal both for a holiday dedicated to food and wine, and for a trip dedicated to nature and relax. Its “Viale dei Cipressi”, known for Giosuè Carducci’s poem, has become a real Tuscan icon.



Lucca is the medieval city for excellence. Also known as “the city of 100 churches”, it is among the oldest in Italy with a well-preserved historic center enclosed in thick sixteenth-century walls that make it unique and known all over the world. Lucca is easy to visit on foot and by bicycle, with excellent gastronomy and surroundings rich in nature and history.


Cinque Terre

Riomaggiore Manarola Corniglia Vernazza and Monterosso together make up the Cinque Terre. Their particular position, halfway between land and sea, makes them so fascinating and characteristic. Thanks to their historical, landscape and environmental wealth, the Cinque Terre are protected by Unesco as a World Heritage Site.



Volterra, famous mainly for its historic center and for the 13th century walls, preserves evident traces of its Etruscan and Roman past. Walking through the streets of the village you can perceive the atmosphere of a bygone time, where ancient crafts still survive, such as the processing of alabaster, the pride of Volterra’s craftsmanship.