Monteriggioni: Dante describes Monteriggioni in his Divine Comedy with these words: "Come in sulla cerchia tonda Monteriggioni di torri si corona". Nowadays, this enchanting Medieval village remains unaltered: the castle, the little square with the well and the walls make us feel what Dante felt more than 700 years ago.
San Gimignano: We suggest a stop at this tower-city famous all over the world. Of the 72 towers, just 13 are visible nowadays but the Medieval atmosphere is always unchanged. The village, also known as the "Medieval Manhattan" is listed by Unesco as World Heritage Site.
San Gimignano is also a destination liked by wine passionates: here in fact is produced the Vernaccia, the first white wine that got the DOC brand in 1966.
The Val d'Orcia and Crete Senesi: Enchanting scenario, downward slopes painted using a brush and absolutely lunar landscapes! Crete Senesi features Cypresses, ancient farmhouses, burned land-colour hills and calmness for your sight.
The Val d'Orcia is a wide valley in province of Siena and bordering with Umbria. Features magic landscapes and romantic views where your sight can fly, crossed by the river Orcia and enriched by medieval villages that deserve a visit.
For example we mention Pienza, San Quirico d'Orcia, Castiglione d'Orcia and Montalcino, the land where the precious wine Brunello is born.
Florence: It is obligatory to mention Florence, 75 kilometres far, so rich in historical and religious buildings, museums and lofty palaces that you cannot come to Tuscany without visiting it. Is the city where Renaissance was born, one of the most elegant destinations in Italy.