Gloria was born and grew up in a Tuscan village called Civitella Marittima. She writes about life in Tuscany on At home in Tuscany.
The beautiful Tuscan countryside. Photo by Gianluca Giannone
Gloria also runs a guest house and is clearly passionate about sharing her perspective as a local in order to help others to understand and enjoy Tuscany. As she writes:
[Tuscany] is more than just the place I come from … the way I talk, my habits, tastes, and knowledge depend on the fact that I was born and grew up there.
Get a better idea what it’s all about from these posts about Tuscan bread, wedding anniversary celebrations and the Siena Palio horse race.
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2 comments for “At home in a Tuscan village”
The place looks beautiful! A friend of mine in Norway owns a house there and some day I hope to visit.
Btw: Thanks for the ReTweet on my Golf in Scandinavia post 🙂
I agree, it must be a lovely place to visit.
For the Retweet, you are most welcome. At PocketCultures we aim to promote bloggers who write about life in their country. I’m sure there aren’t many places in the world where you can join a golf club in the next country!