Siena, a city that has been sculpted like a masterpiece, realises in its splendid cathedral the highest artistic expressions that combine spirituality with architectural perfection.
The Cathedral and the Diocesan Museum combine their history with the historical-religious events of the Cortona area, constructing an itinerary to rediscover the historical memory and faith of a most ancient community.
A town famous worldwide for its famous Brunello wine, Montalcino also boasts a precious artistic heritage conserved inside the St. Augustine's monastery complex.
Discovering Pienza, the Renaissance's dream city, the jewel of the Val d'Orcia commissioned by humanist Pope Pius II.
San Giovanni Square represents the most significant sacred space in the city of Volterra: it is overlooked by the Cathedral, the ancient Hospital and the Baptistery, which gives its name to this important area of the urban fabric. Explore the heart of this particular walled town and visit its Cathedral, Baptistery, Santa Maria Maddalena Hospital and characteristic palaces with medieval paintings.
The Temple of St. Blaise, considered one of the finest examples of 16th-century Italian architecture, is located in the centre of a flat meadow where the Val d'Orcia joins the Val di Chiana, and its position, in the midst of an extraordinary landscape, emphasises its magnificence.
San Gimignano, a focal point on the Via Francigena and, since 1990, a Unesco heritage site, is an extraordinary example of medieval town planning with its famous towers and elegant palaces that testify witness to its illustrious past. It's called 'Manhattan of the Middle Ages' due to its 72 towers.
Enjoy a full-day journey from Rome, through the Chianti hills, to visit the cities of San Gimignano and Siena.
Departure from Rome to the Northern province of Tuscany for a full-day tour to the “Cradle of the Renaissance”, crossing the green valley of the Tiber River to the slopes of the Apennines, passing the vineyards of Chianti before your arrival in Pisa.