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Blogger Competition 2016

  • Blogger Competition 2016

    The To Tuscany Blogger Competition 2016- #TTFBC
    Enter our blogger competition 2016 to win a week in a Tuscany villa!
    How to enter:
    1. Create your own Tuscan-inspired recipe, using typical flavours and influences from Italy

    2. Post the recipe as a blog post, telling us what you find irresistible about the food and drink in this particular region. The more original and interesting the better. At the end of the blogpost include the words: "I want to win a week in one of your Tuscany villas!" (You’ll need to include this link http://www.to-tuscany.com as a hyper-link within the words 'Tuscany villa' as we have done above. We'll be using this link to track entries!) This link must not be 'nofollow'.

    3. Email competition@to-tuscany.com and include:
    - A link to your blog post with your entry
    - Your contact details: (full name, address and phone number)

    Top Prize:
    The winner of the competition will receive a week's stay in our La Stalla Montebuoni villa in Tuscany, which sleeps up to 4 people  plus 500 euro towards travel expense.

    Judging
    The entries will be read and judged by in-house Tuscany expert, Ruth Albracht, who will make the final decision on the most original and interesting recipe.

    The competition is open to invited bloggers only and closes at midnight 30th September 2016. Winners of the competition and the prize draws will be notified by 4th October 2016. Late, incomplete or non-linking entries will not be accepted.

    Please note: recipe entries may be published on the To Tuscany travel guide with a credit.

    The full terms and conditions can be read here. For any other enquiries, please contact competition@to-tuscany.com

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Small-Group Flavorful Florence

The culinary heritage of central Italy is at your fingertips during this introduction to Tuscan cuisine. 
Head to the Oltrarno—the southern side of Florence, away from the tourist center—and grab a seat at the table as an expert guide begins this in-depth introduction to the typical foods of Tuscany. Learn all about regional cuisine, local food culture, and the history of particular dishes, and hear how artisans have been reviving ancient culinary traditions to bring them to new generations.
Sample local wines, honey, truffles and pecorino cheese, nibble on cured prosciutto and salami, and breathe in the aromas of fragrant herbs like saffron. After savory pâté and fettunta (Tuscan bruschetta), satisfy your sweet tooth with panforte, chocolate cake, and almond biscotti. As you raise a glass of grappa to toast to your new knowledge, pick up some recommendations for restaurants to check out during the rest of your stay in flavorful Firenze.

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Visit the world-famous Accademia Gallery in Florence. Admire such masterpieces as Michelangelo's David and other art treasures housed there. Move through the museum highlights with your knowledgeable guide, who provides informative commentary about the artists and their works. Take advantage of the free shuttle service from Montecatini to Florence and back.

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Private Tour: The Art of Living in Florence in the Renaissance with Exclusive Private Palace Visit

How did people live in Florence between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, when some of the most famous art masterpieces were created in this city? We will discover it by visiting some palaces that, still today, house objects, art works and stories linked to the daily life in the past centuries. The tour includes an exclusive opening of a private Florentine palace.

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Explore Pisa by Segway on this 3-hour tour and discover wonders unseen by many visitors. An expert guide leads you through beautiful medieval streets, along the Arno River to view Fortezza Nuova, the lovely Santa Maria della Spina, and Sapienza Palace where Galileo studied. In Knights’ Square, learn about the elite university founded by Napoleon Bonaparte, and ride through the Field of Dreams to admire the Baptistery, the Duomo and of course, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Numbers limited to eight people, ensuring a small-group experience.

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