Discover our Tuscan territory. There are Piazza Grande, Renaissance frescoes, medieval traditions, and the legendary homes of Il Vino Nobile and Brunello.
Our hometown is a typical medieval hilltop town with a beautiful Piazza Grande, where the Cathedral and four palazzos are to be found. Montepulciano is also known worldwide for the Tuscan red “Il Vino Nobile”, beneath the Ricci Palace are the rather magnificent 16th century cellars.
With stunning Tuscany views, this extraordinarily photogenic town, along with all the Val d’Orcia, is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. It was planned and created by its eminent citizen the 15th century Pope Pius II, for whom it is named.
This pretty Etruscan town merits a visit for its beautiful buildings and Florentine Renaissance history. Luca Signorelli, one of the 15th century’s great artists was from Cortona. There are majestic views over Lake Trasimeno, where Hannibal ambushed the Roman army in 217 BC.
This nearby medieval town is a charming place to stroll around, especially the pretty main square. Stop to taste the famous Brunello wine. Outside of the town, we also recommend visits to the wineries Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona and Podere Le Ripi.
An absolute must for art lovers and an all-round gorgeous destination. Siena is one of the most fascinating of the Tuscan medieval cities, with its beautiful Duomo full of artistic treasures and a most wonderful marble floor.
Rich in sights from Roman ruins to Renaissance frescos, Arezzo is well worth a visit. The Piazza Grande is a majestic sweep of cobbled stone, enclosed by fine medieval buildings, it makes an atmospheric stage for the June and September jousting contests.