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    Siena

    Explore the wonderful city of medieval Siena, its culture, history and traditions, including the famous horse race il Palio around its main square, Piazza del Campo.

    A jump back to medieval times as you visit the most enchanting sights and secret corners that give this city its special charm.

    Siena

    Explore the wonderful city of medieval Siena, its culture, history and traditions, including the famous horse race il Palio around its main square, Piazza del Campo.

    A jump back to medieval times as you visit the most enchanting sights and secret corners that give this city its special charm.

    Firenze

    Tuscany is known for its fabulous landscapes, amazing artwork and architecture and its incredible charm.

    Yet there is only one place in Tuscany where all three of these elements combine effortlessly together and give life to a magical, romantic and absolutely one of a kind city: Florence.

    Firenze

    Firenze

    Tuscany is known for its fabulous landscapes, amazing artwork and architecture and its incredible charm.

    Yet there is only one place in Tuscany where all three of these elements combine effortlessly together and give life to a magical, romantic and absolutely one of a kind city: Florence.

    San Gimignano

    A small walled village about halfway between Florence and Siena, is famous for its fascinating medieval architecture and towers that rise above of all the other buildings offering an impressive view of the city from the surrounding valley.

    At the height of its glory, San Gimignano's patrician families had built around 72 tower-houses as symbols of their wealth and power. Although only 14 have survived, San Gimignano still retains its feudal atmosphere and appearance.

    Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990, San Gimignano offers visitors the chance to step back in time while enjoying its local products including saffron and its white wine, the Vernaccia di San Gimignano.

    San Gimignano

    A small walled village about halfway between Florence and Siena, is famous for its fascinating medieval architecture and towers that rise above of all the other buildings offering an impressive view of the city from the surrounding valley.

    At the height of its glory, San Gimignano's patrician families had built around 72 tower-houses as symbols of their wealth and power. Although only 14 have survived, San Gimignano still retains its feudal atmosphere and appearance.

    Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990, San Gimignano offers visitors the chance to step back in time while enjoying its local products including saffron and its white wine, the Vernaccia di San Gimignano.

    Volterra

    Volterra is usually referred to as the Etruscan city and the City of Alabaster. If you love archaeological sites, then Volterra is the right place to head to: you'll have the chance to visit one-of-a-kind remains dating back to Etruscan and Roman times, as well as many Medieval and Renaissance treasures.

    Stroll its narrow lanes and visit the many workshops exposing alabaster hand-made products, the main jewel on this town's crown.

    Volterra

    Volterra

    Volterra is usually referred to as the Etruscan city and the City of Alabaster. If you love archaeological sites, then Volterra is the right place to head to: you'll have the chance to visit one-of-a-kind remains dating back to Etruscan and Roman times, as well as many Medieval and Renaissance treasures.

    Stroll its narrow lanes and visit the many workshops exposing alabaster hand-made products, the main jewel on this town's crown.

    The Valdorcia

    The Val d’Orcia invites you to slow down and explore an itinerary filled with hilltop towns, outdoor hot springs, renowned vineyards and a lively cultural calendar with jazz concerts, sagras and outdoor adventures.

    Time seems to slow down in picturesque towns like Pienza, Montalcino,Castiglion d’Orcia, Radicofani, Montalcino and Bagno Vignoni.

    After a day visiting museums, ancient abbeys and castles, you can relax in one of the many thermal hot springs of the region, such as the ones in Bagno Vignoni or in Bagni di San Filippo.

    The Valdorcia

    The Valdorcia

    The Val d’Orcia invites you to slow down and explore an itinerary filled with hilltop towns, outdoor hot springs, renowned vineyards and a lively cultural calendar with jazz concerts, sagras and outdoor adventures.

    Time seems to slow down in picturesque towns like Pienza, Montalcino,Castiglion d’Orcia, Radicofani, Montalcino and Bagno Vignoni.

    After a day visiting museums, ancient abbeys and castles, you can relax in one of the many thermal hot springs of the region, such as the ones in Bagno Vignoni or in Bagni di San Filippo.

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