In the east, the popular cultural landscape borders Umbria and the Marche, in the north to Liguria and in the south to Latium.
The multifaceted Tuscany has many different faces: in the Apuan Alps, visitors encounter numerous nature reserves such as the lagoon of Ortobello or the Lago di Chiusi in the province of Siena. The art treasures of Toaskana and its enchanting landscapes, as well as important cities such as Florence, make this region a main attraction for numerous tourists.
The coastline is also impressive, with miles of sandy beaches - notorious are, for example, the coasts of the Versilia with steep promontories and imposing cliffs. Breathtaking are also the Tuscan Islands, which captivate visitors with their biodiverse seabed, crystal clear waters as well as lush Mediterranean vegetation. Here, culture, history and nature are combined like in no other Italian region.