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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 and the Val d'Orcia

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.


The city of Brunello, Montalcino

Last bastion of the Republic of Siena, Montalcino is now the city of wine par excellence with the Brunello, famous throughout the world.



Montepulciano and the land of the Etruscans

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 and the Chianti

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.


Trekkink and landscapes

There are plenty of walking routes to discover landscapes, small villages and roads, in one of the most beautiful places in Tuscany. You can walk in the Val d'Orcia all seasons of the year, searching for the most appropriate route for difficulty and interest.


Our proposals for Pienza and the Val d'Orcia


Once upon a time Corsignano... then Pienza


Once upon a time there was Corsignano, a small fortified village where was born Enea Silvio Piccolomini. The "Pious Aeneas", who became Pope Pius II, decided to transform Corsignano in Pienza, the "ideal city" of the Renaissance, entrusting the development of the project to the architect Rossellino.


The heart of the city is the square around which are arranged the Cathedral, Palazzo Piccolomini, the Town Hall and the Bishop's Palace. For high-value urban and monumental, Pienza has been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1996.













In the footsteps of the pilgrims: San Quirico d'Orcia and Bagno Vignoni


Of Etruscan origin, San Quirico grew in relation to the transition and consolidation of the Via Francigena, becoming one of the steps already described in 990 AD in the travelogue wrote by Sigerico, Archbishop of Canterbury. The tour winds along the main axis of the Via Francigena, along which there are the most important monuments:


Collegiata, Palazzo Chigi, the Horti Leonini and the churches of San Francesco and Santa Maria Assunta. The journey continues in the direction of the small charming thermal village of Bagno Vignoni with its characteristic "square of water".












For villages and castles: Castiglione d'Orcia and Monticchiello


Situated on top of a hill, in a panoramic position, Castiglione d'Orcia is, as its name suggests, an old castle dominated by the imposing ruins of the fortress of Aldobrandeschi’s family. Facing as bulwark to control the area stands the strong and impregnable fortress of Tentennano.


The village is characterized by steep, narrow streets that lead to the charming Piazza Vecchietta. The tour continues to the church of Santo Stefano e Degna, containing a valuable panel by Pietro Lorenzetti. The medieval village of Monticchiello preserves walls and towers that surround the town. In the heart of the village is the medieval church of San Leonardo e Cristoforo. Inside there are frescoes of the Sienese school of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. The country is famous for the “Teatro Povero” (“poor theater"), a play that takes place every year, written and performed by the inhabitants of Monticchiello.








The land of Ghino di Tacco “the Robin Hood of Val d’Orcia”: Radicofani


The village expands along a roadway that goes parallel to the castle, linking the two gateways. The medieval structure is pointed out by the steep alleyways interrupted by courts and squares. Nice places to visit are the churches of San Pietro and Sant’Agata which contain marvelous terracotta pieces by Della Robbia. The mighty fortress above the town of Ghino di Tacco (aka “the Robin Hood of Val d’Orcia”) dominates the whole territory set between the Mount Cetona, Val d'Orcia and Mount Amiata.


Downstream to the hill passes the Via Francigena which led to the birth and development of Radicofani, an obligatory stop for travelers and pilgrims.