The landscape to the north of the Tuscan city of Florence is known as Alto Mugello. Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Alto Mugello will discover that there is a wealth of self catering rental accommodation available within the region, to include apartments, townhouses and villas. There are also a number of old farmhouses to be found in and around the Alto Mugello region - perfect for those looking to stay in a property full of rustic Tuscan charm.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Alto Mugello will discover that the area is perfectly placed for exploring the inspirational delights of the Tuscan landscape. Here there are miles upon miles of rolling hills and plains, dotted with a wealth of quaint and picturesque old towns and villages, all surrounded by productive vineyards, olive groves and poplar trees. It is not difficult to understand why Tuscany is such a popular tourist destination for both national and international tourists alike, many of whom are drawn by the landscape which has inspired so many famous and amateur artists over the years.
No trip to Alto Mugello is complete without spending time in the nearby culturally and archaeologically fascinating city of Florence. Tourists spending their holidays in Alto Mugello will discover that Florence offers its visitors a seemingly in-exhaustive number of fascinating landmarks. The centre of the city, the whole of which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasts an astonishing array of elegant piazzas, Renaissance palaces, museums and art galleries. The city also offers great shopping opportunities for the purchase of local arts and crafts, designer goods, and souvenirs.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Alto Mugello will discover that this region of Italy enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate. Summers in Alto Mugello are warm and humid, with temperatures frequently reaching the early 30s degrees Celsius. Winters are cooler, when temperatures generally vary between 8 and 12 degrees Celsius. The majority of the region’s average annual rainfall of 21 inches falls in the winter months, when it can also occasionally fall as snow.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Alto Mugello will first fly to either nearby Florence - Peretola Airport, where Meridiana Fly operate flights from London Gatwick (LGW). There are more airlines operating flights from other UK airports, including London Heathrow (LHR), Edinburgh (EDI) and East Midlands (EMA) to Galileo Galilei International Airport, near Pisa.