Distance: 54km – Journey time: 1h
Beautiful medieval city that extends on 3 different hills, famous for its innumerable artworks and for the Palio.
Its old centre, declared World Heritage by Unesco, offers many places to visit among which the Roman-Gothic duomo, Piazza Del Campo and Torre del Mangia from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view on the whole city.
Driving to south-east, into the Sienese territory, we reach Asciano, Buonconvento, San Giovanni d’Asso, famous for the clay manufacturing or Montepulciano and Montalcino, well-known for wine production.
Going ahead to San Gimignano, a little hamlet whose town centre has been declared World Heritage by Unesco, you absolutely have to stop at the castle in Monteriggioni and visit the famous Chianti region, where born ones of the most important wines in the world.