To absorb Tuscany’s history and culture, choose from <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-22714-1-0/hotels-in-florence' title='hotels in Florence' target='_blank'>hotels in Florence</a>. Here you can visit beautiful churches like the Basilica di Santa Croce and Florence Cathedral. Art lovers should be sure to see Michelangelo’s <em>David</em> at the Accademia, as well as Botticelli, Titan and da Vinci at the Uffizi Gallery, just a 15-minute walk away.<a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-22715-1-0/hotels-in-pisa' title='Hotels in Pisa' target='_blank'>Hotels in Pisa</a> are a great option for a family holiday. Your first stop should, of course, be the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It’s a perfect spot for trying to get the perfect ‘propping it up’ snap before climbing up to take in the view. More climbing can be done at the tower in the Old Town, and there are also self-guided, kid friendly walking tours of the city available.Couples on holiday in Tuscany might like to choose from hotels in Saturnia. This is a small, serene town perched on top of a hill looking out over the thermal springs. These bubbling warms waters are open to the public and free to enjoy. There are also two waterfalls that add to the experience, Cascate del Mulino and Cascate del Gorello.It would be remiss to visit Tuscany without incorporating a tour of Chianti, the wine region. <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-22647-1-0/hotels-in-chianti' title='Hotels in Chianti' target='_blank'>Hotels in Chianti</a> are a must-visit to explore vineyards and cellars. Check out Greve, where the family-run Viticcio estate hosts tasting every day, or Gaiole, where you can sample locally made honey and olive oil as well as Ricasoli wines.