Events Week End

Events for the Weekend in Tuscany from October 26th to 29th

Antiques market
Antiques market

Antiques market



Another great weekend will start soon and it’s going to be rich of fairs, festivals and other great events all around Tuscany.

Food Fairs and Festivals

Arcidosso Chestnut fair

Arcidosso Chestnut fair

As I mentioned in other posts Autumn in Tuscany means chestnuts, but also other great products such as truffles and oil. In Arcidosso there is the Chestnut fair from Friday to Sunday with wine tastings and chestnuts, costume pageant and other events. In Montieri on Sunday the Chestnut fair, as well as in Campiglia d’Orcia, Palazzuolo sul Senio and of course the important Marradi Chestnut Festival.

In Montaione there is the Truffle fair on Saturday and Sunday with the arts and crafts market, costume figures telling legends and curiosities about the place and a rich tasting menu. In Barberino del Mugello there is the White and Black Truffle Market, a perfect occasion to taste this precious product. In Borgo San Lorenzo there is the Mush and Mugello products fair where you can taste the best products from Mugello.

In San Miniato there is the New Olive Oil Fair, as well as in Magliano di Toscana in the province of Grosseto. Even in Livorno there is the New Oil Fair with local products market, arts and crafts and other events.

Last but not least there is the second appointment with VolterraGusto where you can taste truffles, wine and local products.


In Viareggio on Saturday and Sunday there is the Antiques fair on Saturday and Sunday where you can find lots of vintage clothings, antiques and collectibles. In Prato there is the Collector’s Corner with antiques and arts and crafts.

In San Gimignano there is the antiques market on Sunday, as well as in Villafranca Lunigiana. This Sunday there is also the large antiques market in Piazza dei Ciompi in Florence.

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