Tuscany Website is On-Line

Vineyards in Tuscany

The view out our window

Finally, after all these years (almost three), I have finished sorting, culling and editing my Tuscany collection.  We photographed Tuscany in October of 2007 and I have finally completed the process of getting all the images ready for display.

So if you point your browser to warrens-tuscany.com (or just click on the image to the left) you can peruse the galleries of images from our trip.  There are just over 400 images in the galleries and all are available for purchase in various sizes.

Currently, a sampling of these images are on display at Market Street in Frisco Square, right here in Frisco.

We covered a number of highlight cities on our trip:

  • San Gimignano: Lovely walled city on a hill, overlooking verdant, scenic, rolling hills northwest of Siena.  We stayed at an Italian villa just outside the city.
  • Volterra: Another walled city on a hill, halfway in between San Gimignano and Siena.
  • Perugia: The prime reason for our trip was to attend the Euro Chocolate festival, which is held here every October.  If you love chocolate, this is THE place to be.
  • San Lucignano: Off the beaten path is this lovely small walled city on a hill.  We discovered it by simply wandering the countryside in our Smart Car.
  • Cortona: Where we had the best meal of the trip.  Lots of photo opportunities in Cortona as well.
  • Castellina in Chianti: Gorgeous city, lots to see.
  • Radda in Chianti: Also a lovely stop for a few hours.
  • Siena: A large city with a lot of history and a breathtaking plaza, great for people-watching.
  • Florence: More art per square foot than any other place on earth, this is a dream come true for any art lover.
  • Cimque Terra: Arguably the crown jewel of Italy, this cluster of fishing villages on the coast are renowned for their colorful buildings, crystal clear harbors and photo opportunities.

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