Category Archives: I ♥ Tuscany

Everything Tuscany related

Interview with Food Blogger Giulia Scarpaleggia @Jul’s Kitchen

When Giulia from Jul’s Kitchen asked me to join her for a blogger’s day, I was in great delight: to meet one of THE food bloggers in Tuscany in person, who is the one create delicious recipes! I AM IN!!!

On a perfect sunny Friday, together with other great bloggers, I arrived Jul’s Kitchen in Colle Val d’Elsa……

My #EXPOTuscany: Two Summer Specials in Florence (A Fortress and A Tower)

One of the best things of being an expat is that you live in a city with heart of a tourist. Florence makes my expat life so easy (so far) as there are lots of interesting stuff going on. I am constantly surprised by this city for all the new things happening. Maybe because I […]
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My #EXPOTuscany: Move in Cortona, Under the Tuscan Sun

If you are a fan of Tuscany , as well as photography, consider to visit Cortona On The Move (#COTM2015), the travel photography exhibition in Cortona, which brings you around to see the hidden beauties of the town.

My #EXPOTuscany: Certaldo Alto’s Day and Night

What brings more than 27,000 visitors to Certaldo Alto, a medieval Tuscany upper town where population is only around 200?! See my 1st #ExpoTuscany blogpost about my experience in Certaldo Alto when there is the annual street art festival Mercantia 2015!

Water, Blue Sky, Reeds and Wetland in Padule di Fucecchio, Tuscany

One of the things that Italy makes me fall in love with, besides the food and cultures, is taking a walk. Every time I visit the Tuscany countryside, I seize the chance to enjoy every second of the fresh air by taking a slow relaxing walk. Last time while visiting my family in Pistoia, I […]
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Walks in Firenze: Deep into Borgo Santo Spirito

I love to walk around in Florence. To me, it is something I can’t get tired of. I was in the Borgo Santo Spirito in a rainy afternoon. Few people were on the street, but they didn’t rush to indoor place because of the bad weather. So I took it slow as well, enjoying a […]
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Golden Time in the Golden City of Arezzo

One of the best things of living in Florence, being the center of Tuscany, is the convenience to reach other places in the region. We drove to Arezzo in an afternoon to visit the famous city of gold and jewelry manufacturing. The city itself is full of antique churches, cultural relic and mid-age characters. Differently from Florence, no much […]
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A Lazy Afternoon Walk in Tuscany Antique Village Pescia

The winter weather in Tuscany is unpredictable sometimes, you don’t know when it starts to rain. And for this reason, I have to seize the chance to go out whenever there is sunshine. One of the advantages of living in the Tuscany countryside is that there are plenty of villages around to see. Pescia is […]
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Monday Fun: Visit the Market in Monsummano Terme, Tuscany

Monday is always suffering and long? Not any more if you have something exciting going on! In Monsummano Terme, a small village locating 53 km from Florence (Firenze), there is a local market every Monday where you can find vendors selling all kinds of goods: from clothing to food. The market is kind of a […]
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Achieving A New Height: View of Florence on Top of the Duomo

Having been in Florence for many times, but I’ve never been to the top of the duomo Santa Maria del Fiore, until the last time! Climbing stairs is definitely not my favorite, but the view from the top is totally worth it. It is hard not to fall in love with Florence. And with this […]
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