Articles By: gal17
My five-week study abroad experience in Tuscania, Italy last summer was deliciously punctuated throughout with adventures all over Italy. With each trip, I learned something more about myself, whether it was through overcoming a challenge or by simply letting go and living completely in the present. One of my first and most memorable excursions was to Isola del Giglio, a small island off the coast of Tuscany.
Most Americans have never heard of the small Italian town of Tuscania. More often than not, it’s connected with Tuscany, the Italian province where Florence is located. Tuscania, however, has a population of 8,000 and is situated on the border between Lazio and Tuscany. Only an hour’s drive from Rome, it is a quiet, idyllic town, offering many opportunities for immersion into Italian culture