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28 Self-guided Tours. 34 Maps. One Great Trip.At last, a travel guide that tells you how to see the best of everythingin the smartest, most time-efficient way.The best of Florence& Tuscany in one, two, or three daysThematic tours for every interest, schedule, and tasteWalking tours of the city's best-loved neighborhoodsHundreds of evocative color photosBulleted maps that show you how to get from place to placeHotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife for all budgetsA tear-resistant foldout mapenclosed in a handy plastic wallet you can also use for tickets and souvenirsFrommer's. The best trips start here.Visit us online at Frommers.com17 Favorite Moments.1 Strategies for Seeing Tuscany.2 The Best of Florence. Florence in One Day. Florence in Two Days. Florence in Three Days. Centro Storico. Oltrarno. The Best of the Uffizi. Florence’s Best Small Museums. Florence’s Masters of the Renaissance. Dining Best Bets. Florence Restaurants A to Z. Hotel Best Bets. Florence Hotels A to Z. Shopping Best Bets. Florence Shopping A to Z. Nightlife/A&E Best Bets. Florence Nightlife/A&E A to Z.3 The Best Full-Day Tours of Tuscany. The Best of Tuscany in Three Days. The Best of Tuscany in One Week. The Best of Tuscany in Ten Days.4 The Best Special-Interest Tours of Tuscany. Tuscany for Art& Architecture Lovers. Tuscany for Food& Wine Lovers. Tuscany for Families. Tuscany by Rail. Tuscany Outdoors.5 The Best Regional Tours of Tuscany. Northwest Tuscany. The Val d’Orcia& Valdichiana. Where to Stay& Dine.6 Charming Tuscan Towns& Villages. Arezzo. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Cortona. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Lucca. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Montepulciano. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Pienza. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Pisa. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. San Gimignano. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Siena. Where to Stay. Where to Dine. Volterra. Where to Stay. Where to Dine.The Savvy Traveler. Before You Go. Money. Getting There& Getting Around. Fast Facts. A Brief History. Art& Architecture. Useful Terms& Phrases. Italian Menu& Food Terms. Recommended Books.Index.Donald Strachan is a London- and Italy-based writer, editor, and journalist. He has written about Italian travel for publications worldwide, includingThe Times,Sunday Telegraph, andSydney Morning Herald, among others. His recentFrommer’s Tuscany& Umbria with Your Family was judged Best Guidebook at the 2008 ENIT Travel Writing Awards. He is also co-author ofFrommer’s The Balearics with Your Family (2007).