Ancient Vetulonia, an important Etruscan city, is characterized in particular because it is a rich and wide necropolis of this civilization, with monumental tombs from different historical periods, that today are disposed in a natural landscape, surrounded by olive trees and Mediterranean forest.
Populonia is the only Etruscan town to be settled on the coastline. Due to intensive metal extraction, it’s known from the ancient times. Titus Livy said Populonia supplied with iron the Scipio Africanus campaign, over the second Punic war.
Archaeological park of E. Fiumi is the major green area in Volterra. It’s in a splendid location, on the highest top of the hill right next to the fort built by Medici family. Etruscan acropolis is inside the park.
Roselle was an ancient town of Etruria that rose on a highland from where it’s possible to control over the plain of Grosseto. In olden times the plain was occupied by lake Prile. The shores of the lake were connected to the sea and used by Etruscans as berths.
Sovana is one of the most beautiful burghs in Italy: it is out of time, preserving its mediaeval appearance, perched on tufaceous rocks in the Tuff area, in a unique scenario with characteristic vegetation, cliffs and mysterious paths excavated in the rocks. Here you can go back in Etruscan age, thanks to the splendid and fine tombs.
Fiesole and it is a city extremely close to Florence that is full of splendid villas and monuments in particular from the Renaissance and the Middle Ages. Also the glorious past of Rome is tangible, in particular thanks to the wonderful and well preserved theatre that is still used today for concerts and spectacles, and thanks also to the Baths.