Buildings by the color of ripe wheat, winding hills that ripple gently, marked here and there by steep ravines. The pastures dotted with sheep, are framed by tall cypress trees and spring are covered with red poppies. This part of the region, with its beautiful scenery, is home to some of the most famous towns of Tuscany: the steep and isolated Montepulciano and the old bastion of Monteriggioni with its 14 defensive towers; the village of San Gimignano, Siena and many other …

Offers insights of great interest, fantastic landscapes and uncrowded. The proximity of the Inn to the arteries of communications that lead to Rome and Florence, make the area easily visited.

East Tuscany


1) Cortona – Arezzo
2) Castiglione del Lago – Citta della Pieve – Paciano – Panicale
3) Isola Polvese – Isola Maggiore
4) Montepulciano – Pienza
5) Bagno Vignone – San Quirico D’orcia – Montalcino

Central Tuscany

1) Montepulciano – Pienza
2) Monteriggioni – San Gimignano – Siena
3) Montalcino – Abbazia di Sant Antimo – San Quirico d’Orcia – Bagno Vignoni
4) Sarteano e Cetona
5) Firenze


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