NOVEMBER IN TUSCANY: A PHOTOGUIDE

Tuscany in November is a mixed bag of emotions. At least considering the weather. In regard to sightseeing, museum visits and foodie pleasures I couldn't think of a better month to visit. You may need to bring an umbrella, but you'll feel like art galleries opened just for you. And you're adventurous spirit will be generously awarded with freshly picked porcini mushrooms, mouthwatering truffles and the region's famous extra virgin olive oil straight from the press. 


A man climbing up a Tuscan olive tree to pick the olives
PEOPLE UP ON TREES ON EVERY HILL



MELANCHOLIC AFTERNOONS


Siena's richely decorated cathedral against a crisp blue skyรน
PERFECT SKIES


The red fruit of the Corbezzolo (strawberry tree) adorning Tuscany's forests in autumn
STRANGE FRUIT ALL AROUND



A bycicle in front of a fence surrounding the green grass in a Tuscan olive grove
QUIET VALLEYS



A cup of Cappuccino and the picture of Pope Francis on an Italian newspaper
LONESOME MORNINGS AT THE BAR


Outdoor lunch in Sant'Angelo in Colle, a small Tuscan village near Montalcion
LAST OUTDOOR LUNCHES OF THE YEAR 



Piazza del campo on a rainy afternoon
RAINY AFTERNOONS



A bottle of the famous green Tuscan olive oil ready to be tasted on a slice of toasted bread
AND FRESHLY PRESSED TUSCAN EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL. THE NUMBER ONE REASON FOR A VISIT TO TUSCANY IN NOVEMBER. 


You're already out here and wonder what to do? Try yourself at a porcini mushroom hunt in Montalcino, or - for the more culturally minded - browse the event calender for a weekend in November in Siena


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