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Rosignano Marittimo, Tuscany
4.7 57 Reviews
Forte Dei Marmi, Lucca (province)
4.8 15 Reviews
Centro Storico, Florence
5.0 209 Reviews
Marciano Della Chiana, Chianti
5.0 1 Reviews
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Figline Valdarno, Chianti
5.0 26 Reviews
Pisa (province), Tuscany
5.0 24 Reviews
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4.4 44 Reviews
Price per night
November : £78
Price in December
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 75m²
Price per week
June : £77
A holiday rental in Tuscany is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Tuscany is £78.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Tuscany, you have to pay on average £543 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £536 and £548 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Tuscany are less expensive in June: £77 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 3% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 3% (£78 per night) in 11, which is the most expensive month to live in Tuscany.
On average, rentals in Tuscany can accommodate 5 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 75 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Tuscany is £126 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £881.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Tuscany costs on average £136, for Friday and Saturday nights.
10% of accommodation is still available for a stay in January. It will be necessary to pay on average £78 per night.
For your next holiday to Tuscany, look for accommodation on Likibu. We have a selection of different places for you and your family or friends to stay ranging in price. Book a villa in Tuscany surrounded by vineyards and beautiful Tuscan countryside. Or stay in a city apartment in Florence for more of a cultural adventure. Whatever you are looking for, we can be sure to help with our holiday rentals.
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Rio Nell'elba, Livorno (province)
5.0 28 Reviews
Castiglion Fiorentino, Chianti
4.8 3 Reviews
Chianti, Siena (province)
5.0 106 Reviews
Metropolitan City of Florence (province), Tuscany
4.5 9 Reviews
5.0 12 Reviews
Lucca (province), Lucca
4.9 56 Reviews
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Chianti, Metropolitan City of Florence (province)
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Pistoia (province), Tuscany
5.0 20 Reviews
Tuscany is a region in the centre of Italy which attracts visitors for many reasons. An abundance of vineyards makes it a prime destination for wine lovers and the allure of the Tuscan cuisine is alone enough to visit the area. For those who enjoy the outdoors, there are mountains and beautiful beaches, perfect for findings a villa in Tuscany. For culture vultures, the cities are awash with fine arts from the Renaissance period and striking architecture. Whether it's a romantic getaway or a family holiday, search Likibu's selection of rental accommodation for the perfect Tuscan holiday.
The high season in this area of Italy is in the summer months of June-September when it is at its hottest, so stay in a villa with a pool. However, walking round the cities during the peak summer months can become too hot and tiresome, especially with young children, so visiting a little before or after mid-summer can be a good idea. In the winter, there are ski-resorts in the area which are not some of the biggest available in the whole of Italy, but are pretty and easy to reach from all over the region.
The main airport in the region is in Pisa which can be reached from major UK airports on low-cost airlines Ryanair, easyJet and Lufthansa. You can also fly direct to Florence from a select few UK airports.
The trains between cities are fast and efficient and relatively low cost. However, driving is often the best and most scenic way to get around the more scenic areas of the region, especially if you plan to explore different villages and towns during your stay.
Livorno is an enchanting port city with a canal system making it reminiscent of Venice. It's one of the largest seaports in the Mediterranean Sea, making it a bustling destination with a lot of trade. Ancient fort walls still remain and it's possible to walk through the grounds for beautiful views of the city. A selection of Airbnbs, hotels and homes are available in the charming city.
Versilia is a perfect family friendly beach destination with sandy beaches which gradually slope into the sea. Find a rental home or family hotel to stay in right by the beach for a relaxing, sun filled holiday. There are plenty of restaurants and bars which line the seafront meaning everything is in easy reach.
The Garfagnana valley is a stunning area which offers visitors plenty of activities from hiking, walking and mountain biking. There's also the Devil's Bridge which is an example of medieval architecture dating back to around 1080 and the ghost town of Vagli di Sotto. It's possible to do a day trip from any of the major cities and drive through this area to tick off the sights.
If you're looking for a rural, serene escape, check out Likibu's selection of holiday rental homes in Tuscany. There are romantic luxury villas or holiday homes with private pools which are perfect for a family getaway. Some popular towns are Gaiole, Castellina and Greve which are all in the Chianti region. These towns have the archetypal Italian landscapes with olive trees, Cypress trees and of course, vines from which the Chianti wine is grown and produced. There are also a number of fairy-tale castles around this area many of which have been converted into wineries and can be visited to explore the culture and history of the region.
The three most popular tourist cities in the Tuscany region are Florence, Siena and Pisa. Stay in a homestay to experience a true authentic Italian experience or find an Airbnb, hotel or apartment to explore the cities and their attractions.
Florence is the largest city and is a symbol of artistic excellence. The whole city is a UNESCO World Heritage site, meaning everywhere you look there are architectural and artistic masterpieces. There's the stunning cathedral, the Duomo and Uffizi Gallery which is a world renowned Renaissance art museum. The city is also the place to sample the ultimate Tuscan cuisine from the traditional ribollita soup to fresh offerings at fish bistros. A must is an evening hike to the top of Piazzale Michelangelo where you can sit and watch the stunning sunset over the cityscape, perfect with a bottle of wine in hand. There are plenty of chic modern hotels and apartments in the city, or authentic and quaint B&Bs for a true Florentine experience.
In Siena, Gothic architecture is rife and the Medieval square Piazza del Campo which sits in the centre of the city is a wonderful place to grab an espresso and sit back to enjoy the view. Twice every summer the world-famous Palio run horse race takes place around the piazza and attracts visitors from near and far. Stay in a hotel or apartment in or around the city for a romantic stay somewhere a little less crowded than Florence.
Pisa is home to the iconic leaning tower of Pisa, a must-do tourist photo opportunity. It's also a lively university town meaning that it can be a great place to visit for young people who may be on a budget. There's a selection of budget rental accommodation from hostels to Airbnbs available in the city. Be sure to visit Borgo Stretto which is a lovely little pedestrian street in the heart of the Medieval area which offers a selection of small shops, cafes and gelateries.