Bagno Vignoni (SI)

Nowhere else in Italy will you find a 49 meters long and 29 meters wide Renaissance-era square with a pool filled with water, built directly over the original source of hot springs as enjoyed by the Romans.

Pienza (SI)

A small jewel of the Renaissance in the heart of Tuscany, declared by UNESCO World Patrimony of the Humanity for the importance of its monuments and urban order.

San Quirico d’Orcia (SI)

Just before you arrive into San Quirico, look to the right of the road after passing a long bridge…recognize that crop of cypress trees on the side of the hill? Yep, that crop constitutes the most photographed trees in all Tuscany!

San Gimignano (SI)

This enchanting city of towers is also one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. There used to be 72 towers but now only 13 remain, giving their special character to this little gem in the province of Siena.

Siena (SI)

Italy’s loveliest medieval city. Its heart is the central Piazza del Campo, known worldwide for the famous Palio, a horse race run here twice every summer. Movie audiences can see Siena and its Palio in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace.

Florence (FI)

The capital city of Italy’s Tuscany region, internationally esteemed for its high concentration of Renaissance art and architecture. Since it served as a wealthy and important center for medieval trade and commerce, Florence gave birth indeed to the Italian Renaissance movement.

Villa Pienza (SI)

Not just an ordinary bed & breakfast in Val d’Orcia, not a classic “place to sleep”, but a refuge where charm and romance blend together with simplicity.

Trattoria “Al Vecchio Forno” (SI)

Tradition and creativity. A culinary experience in Val d’Orcia, within an ancient Trattoria Toscana that welcomes its guests offering them a moment of joy in a casual yet elegant setting.

Monteriggioni (SI)

Anyone coming to Monteriggioni cannot miss the experience of walking along the top of the castle walls to admire the glorious countryside on all sides, looking out towards the Chianti region and the Elsa Valley, and enjoy an unusual view of the borgo itself. With a little imagination, you might even hear the footsteps of those soldiers who used to guard the castle!