If you have 4–5 days to spend in Tuscany
How to spend your time if you have just four or five days in Tuscany
Where to spend the night
Hotels in Florence (days 1-2)
Hotels in Pisa (day 3)
Hotels in Lucca (day 3)
Hotels in Siena (day 3)
Hotels in San Gimignano (day 4 or 5)
Hotels in Assisi (day 4 or 5)
Take days 1-2 in Florence.
Don't forget to pay attention to the "Before you Leave Home " box at the end of the itinerary covering all the details you need to take care of before leaving home—and be sure to read the "Foolish Assumptions" page about how these itineraries work along with more time-planning tips.Head to Siena to spend days 4 and 5.
You could also choose to spend only day 4 in Siena—perhaps using half of it to explore San Gimignano—and then make your way to Assisi in Umbria on day 5 to see Giotto’s famous fresco cycle in the Basilica of San Francesco, one of the harbingers of the Renaissance.
If you're looking for something more thematic on a five-day trip, you could try the itinerary for five days on the Etruscan Trail.
- More Tuscan itineraries (1-2 days, 3 days, week-long itineraries)
- Itineraries for 1, 2, or 3 days in Florence
- Tuscany homepage
- How to use these itineraries
- General daily itinerary tips
- Other Italy itineraries
- When to go to Italy
- The trip countdown calendar - How far in advance to book the stages of your trip
This article was written by Reid Bramblett and was last updated in February 2011. All information was accurate at the time.
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