If you are adventurous enough, you can follow the ancient mule routes that connect the towns of the Amalfi Coast, south of the Sorrento Peninsula across Positano, Praiano, Furore, Conca dei Marini, Amalfi, Atrani, Ravello, Scala, Minori, Maiori, Tramonti, and Cetara, to finally reach Vietri sul Mare. The stunning panoramas between sea and sky on this coast, which has worthly gained the status of World Heritage Site by UNESCO, will take your breath away. In this guide, find the best hotels on the Amalfi Coast fit for a luxurious and relaxing stay.
According to Wine Spectator, the wine most loved by wine lovers in the USA is Brunello di Montalcino. China is not far behind and rivers of wine will flow along the Silk Road once the President Xi Jinping has tasted the bottle of Riserva 2007 Biondi Santi donated by the Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte when they met last 26 April in Rome. Even in Buckingham Palace, the king of Sangiovese has its royal place, as they say Her Majesty now and then loves treating herself to a glass of Brunello, her favorite drink after the unfailing afternoon tea.
Obviously, I’m biased, but Tuscany is spectacular all-year-round. Its soft hills, charming mountains, blue sea, rivers and lakes all wait to be explored. As a local to Tuscany, I’d say the best time to visit is definitely early to mid-fall. Below, you can find the top reasons why mid-fall is the best time to visit Tuscany.