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Siena and San Gimignano

Siena, with its majestic cathedral, dominates the Chianti hills. It is one of the most famous cities thanks to the Palio which takes place twice a year inside its large square Piazza del Campo. Large noble palaces rise along its streets as a symbol of the powerful banker families who made Siena the economic capital of the world. It is worthwhile to walk through its streets and breathe that ancient atmosphere, stopping to taste a “Ricciarello” or a slice of “Panpepato” (gingerbread) that here are still prepared with the ancient recipes.

San Gimignano, as well as Siena, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Right in the heart of Chianti, it is known as the Manhattan of the Middle Ages and one of the most photographed skylines in the world. Strolling through its streets filled with high towers and ancient churches is a throwback to the Middle Ages. Here you can find not only history but also a great white wine: Vernaccia di San Gimignano. It accompanies typical dishes based on the yellow gold “saffron“; that has been cultivated here since ancient times.

Assisi and Perugia

Umbria is the green heart of Italy. Perugia and Assisi are perhaps its best-known cities.

Perugia retains numerous pieces of evidence of its Etruscan origin in its walls and in the entrance gates. It is also a living museum with its numerous palaces, home to important Renaissance art collections. In Perugia, you can find history as well as music. Every summer one of the most important jazz festivals takes place in its squares, churches, and gardens. Perugia is also the city of chocolate where the famous “Baci Perugina” were born and continue to be produced.

Assisi lies on the slopes of Mount Subasio and it is the city of pilgrimage. Saint Francis, one of the most loved Saints in the world, was born here.
The numerous churches bear witness to the faith, full of the greatest masterpieces of the 14th-century Italian painters such as Cimabue, Giotto, Pinturicchio.


Along the ancient road that connects Florence to Siena, you will be able to stop and taste the best wines that this land offers. The territories of Greve, Castellina, Panzano, Radda, and Gaiole offer a variety of wineries. Some very well known, others smaller and less famous. However, in all of them, it will be possible to visit the cellar and taste the wines under the guidance of expert sommeliers who will help you to discover the magic Gods ambrosia’s production.

In many wineries, you will have the opportunity to meet the owners and understand how this passion is born. During the tastings, you will enjoy the ”bruschetta” with excellent extra-virgin olive oil or tomato and Tuscan cold cuts such as Finocchiona and sausages.


Orvieto is the gateway to Umbria for those coming from the South. It stands on a high limestone cliff from which it dominates the entire valley. It’s a charming small town, with a majestic cathedral, museums, and noble palaces that line its streets. A beautiful town, but an even more fascinating underground. Here there are series of caves and tunnels that run through the entire town and can be visited in complete safety.

In Orvieto, you can’t miss the famous St. Patrick’s well with its endless spiral staircases. There are numerous wineries where it is possible to taste the famous classic white wine “Orvieto” and learn about its history.


The Etruscan city of Montepulciano stands on the border between Umbria and Tuscany, touching the waters of Lake Trasimeno to guard the Val d’Orcia.

The history of Montepulciano is the history of its wine. Here you will find ancient cellars with strong walls that preserve the art of making wine.
Pork, cold cuts and cheeses are a must-have on the table, accompanied by excellent chestnut or acacia honey and figs, green tomatoes, or onion jams.


When we talk about Tuscan wine we talk about Brunello. Its heart is Montalcino with its splendid fortress.
From this small village in the shadow of Mount Amiata, you can start the discovery of one of the most famous red wines in the world driving through UNESCO World Heritage landscapes.
Your day will be filled with the intense colors of this land and its wines’ aromas. In the famous Montalcino’s restaurants and wineries, you will be able to taste tagliatelle with wild boar, the king of the wood, or enjoy a nice taste of Pecorino cheese from nearby Pienza.

Arezzo e Cortona

Arezzo and Cortona are in the south of Tuscany on the border with Umbria.

Their origins date back to the Etruscans, mysterious people who inhabited these lands long before the Romans. Here you will find history, culture, and tradition without the chaos of the best-known large Tuscan cities.
They are well-known slow tourism destinations.

Val D'Orcia

The Val d’Orcia is a large countryside located in Tuscany, in the province of Siena, north and east of Mount Amiata and close to the border with Umbria. Crossed by the river Orcia in the center, which gives it its name, it is characterized by pleasant landscape views and by various centers of medieval origin, two of which are well known as Pienza and Montalcino.

Val d’Orcia is an area of high tourist interest thanks to its historical and landscape features as well as to characteristic villages such as San Quirico d’Orcia and Castiglione d’Orcia. Food and wine tourism is also particularly developed.

Pisa e Lucca

Pisa and Lucca are essential stops for those coming to Tuscany. A photo with your hand holding the famous Leaning Tower is a must. But Pisa is much more. It is a city of culture, home to one of the most prestigious Italian universities where also Galileo has taught. Pisa’s Lungarno has nothing to envy to Florence’s. Here you can taste one of the most famous traditional dish “Cecina”; (a chickpea flour pizza), along with a good glass of wine.
A few kilometres from Pisa you will find Lucca, the city of Music. Puccini was born and lived here. It’s characterized by powerful, medieval walls, so imposing that city busses used to drive on them.
Now luckily, you can rent a bicycle or a rickshaw and enjoy the view from the walls on the alleys and squares filled with ancient churches and towers.

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