Siena is one of the best preserved medieval towns of Tuscany, with its cathedral, a masterpiece of the Gothic Art, and the Piazza del Campo, one of the most impressive square in the world. A walk through the streets and districts, to discover the city of the Palio.
Pienza, the "ideal city", founded by Pope Pius II who gave it the name. The Val d'Orcia with its medieval villages and unmistakable landscapes is the result of the union between man and nature, UNESCO World Heritage since 2004.
Montepulciano is considered the "pearl of the Renaissance", land of artists, architects and poets, famous also for the wine Nobile. The Etruscan cities are the origins of our civilization: Chiusi, Sarteano, Chianciano and Cetona.
San Gimignano, "the city of beautiful towers”, also known as “The Manhattan of Middle Ages”, is famous today for its Vernaccia wine and saffron production. Chianti is a borderland between Siena and Florence famous for its castles and the fine wine that bears its name.