Organize a corporate retreat in Tuscany

Tuscany, a fabulous region in Italy, is a must-visit destination for an exceptional trip. This region is brimming with tourist destinations, from the capital Florence to the town of Pisa.


Tuscany is world-renowned for its exquisite cuisine, rich culture, and fascinating historical museums. With its unmatched charm, a trip to Tuscany will be a wonderful experience for your team.


Whether it’s exploring the quaint alleyways of Florence, admiring the Leaning Tower of Pisa, or sampling the delights of Tuscan cuisine, Tuscany offers a variety of activities that are sure to captivate and inspire your team during your corporate trip.

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Why organize
a team retreat en Tuscany

Tuscany: Discover a Beautiful Region of Italy

Italy has always been renowned for its magnificent cities and places that host the history and culture of this country. Tuscany is a charming region that contributes to Italy’s reputation. From Florence to Pisa, you will have a multitude of places to visit. Such as the Santa Maria cathedral, which possesses terracotta works designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. Museums and tourist sites are open to travelers, photography enthusiasts, etc.

Tuscany: Historical, Artistic, and Cultural Center

Florence, the capital of the Tuscany region, is home to numerous world-renowned museums like the Galleria degli Uffizi. These museums house many famous Renaissance pieces. Discover, among others, the Bargello museum, a former prison turned into a sculpture gallery, the Academy Gallery that holds the famous sculpture of David by Michelangelo, and the Museo di San Marco, which houses the original work of Fra Angelico, the renowned Renaissance painter and monk. Those interested in architecture can explore plans and other artworks related to the Florence Cathedral complex at the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo. Michelangelo fans can visit the Casa Buonarroti, the house he once owned that now displays many of his early works. Looking for peace? Some towns like Garfagnana welcome far fewer visitors than the Tuscan heavyweights like Florence. But that is part of its charm. All the hill towns in central Tuscany are magnificent, and you might sometimes have to navigate through crowds that swarm the narrow alleys. Volterra is also among the best places not to miss in Tuscany. This city, located in the heart of Tuscany, is a must-see in the region. This place is perched on top of a hill. Volterra also dominates the valleys of Cecina and Era. Indeed, this city is an ideal base for discovering the rich heritage of the Tuscany region. It is home to ancient Etruscan tombs. These date from several centuries before our era. Specifically, the region of Volterra tells the story of these lands for a long time, hidden stories between Florence and Siena.

Italian Gastronomy: An Essential Discovery

Food plays a predominant role in all of Italian culture, noticeable in Tuscany. Spend an evening with a chef learning to prepare traditional Tuscan cuisine. Learning to prepare a dish abroad provides an additional level of cultural immersion but also allows you to bring a piece of your journey home. The gastronomic culture is a charming asset of the city. To ensure efficient support and a successful event, contact We will be pleased to carry out this project alongside you.

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