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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.


Montepulciano and the land of the Etruscans


Montepulciano, "the pearl of the sixteenth century"

Between the Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana, Montepulciano stands on top of a hill of sandstone, preserving the glories of its past, passing from the Etruscan period to the Roman rule, then under Siena dominion in the Middle Ages and under Florence during the Renaissance. The heart of the city is the square ”Piazza Grande”, site of the ancient acropolis which is now surrounded by noble sixteenth century palaces, the Cathedral dedicated to the Vergin Mary and the majestic Palazzo Pubblico, designed by the Florentine Michelozzo. Walking along the streets and visiting the main monuments, you can stop to taste the wine Nobile DOCG within the underground cellars of the city..



The Etruscans in the land of Siena

The Valdichiana land has had a period of great prosperity in the Etruscan age. The guided tour will lead us through this valley in search of our origins to discover the cities and the most important museums.


Etruscan city par excellence, one of the oldest and most powerful, especially during the government of locumone Porsenna, Chiusi preserves the most important finds in the National Etruscan Museum. Just opposite to the National Museum, in the heart of the old town, you can enter into the suggestive underground tunnels of the water supply system built by the Etruscans that winds starting from the cathedral. Leaving the city, near the lake of Chiusi you can visit (on booking) some of the most famous tombs in the necropolis.labirinto


Between Val di Chiana and Val d'Orcia stands the massive castle overlooking the town of Sarteano, birthplace of Pope Pius III, a symbol of a more recent history. But the Etruscan origins of the area have left important traces, now preserved in the Archaeological Museum like the jars, the painted ceramics and the fetid stone ossuaries. A jewel of the area is the painted Tomb of the Quadriga Infernale, one of the latest discoveries found in 2003 where you can still admire the painting cycle dating from the fourth century BC. The tomb is located in the necropolis of Pianacce and can be visited by appointment.sarteano

Arriving to Cetona is like going back in time to the Palaeolithic (50,000 years ago). Following the path from the town, passing by the museum and entering in the nature of the archaeological park of Belverde, you can discover the first traces of man up to the Bronze Age, a suggestive hiking in the woods of Mount Cetona to discover the caves of the first human settlements. cetona