Destinations Select an area



Flavours and history converge in the Brunello capital of the world

It was made famous by Brunello, one of the world’s best red wines. But Montalcino is also a magnificent city of art which, from its hill, dominates the 3000 hectares of vineyards (1500 for Brunello) that have given it fame and wealth. Straddled between the basins of the Ombrone and the Orcia, the centre is overlooked by the Fortress built in 1361 to consolidate the fact that Montalcino had become a possession of Siena. A second symbol of Montalcino is the slim tower of the Town Hall built between the 13th and 14th centuries. At the foot of the tower Piazza del Popolo and the Gothic Loggia. ...


Dive into nature: Tuscany’s outdoor hot baths

Visit the region's hot springs

Tuscany’s volcanic soil in places like Monte Amiata is rich with natural hot springs whose water regenerates body and soul. ...

On the transhumance trail in Siena

The best way to see the area is on horseback

The landscape of Siena is a breathing work of art, replete with ancient hamlets, winding streets, picturesque cypress trees, castles and rolling ...

Discover the countryside around Siena

An ocean of rolling landscapes

A journey through the Siena countryside must be undertaken with the same spirit of those who embarked on the journey of the Grand Tour. ...

Spiritual journeys in Val d'Orcia

A tour through the important Cathedrals of the region

Chianciano Terme is located on a ridge between the wild Val d'Orcia – declared a human patrimony by UNESCO – and the fertile Val di Chiana. ...

Cycling in the heart of the Val d’Orcia

Be enchanted by unique and unforgettable landscapes

Type of road surface: tarmac; rough, beaten track Type of bicycle: mountain bike, hybrid Ideal for: biking tourists, cycling enthusiasts ...

Visit Tuscany's Taste Museums

Learn more about DOC wines, truffles and local products

Tuscany has perfumes and tastes all its own—every corner has something tasty to offer visitors, from the “frizzante” perfumes of its wines to the ...

Via Francigena: the Montalcino variant

An alternative route in the Sienese area, stopping to admire the Abbey of Sant’Antimo

The long walk from Canterbury to Rome along the Via Francigena is incredibly tiring. ...

New Year's Eve in the cellar: wines for toasting the holidays

Magic holidays between fine wines and the best taverns

The magical atmosphere of the holiday season dedicated to the flavours of the territories where the excellent wines of Tuscany are grown. ...

A biking tour of the Sienese countryside - Giro delle Terre Sienese

An inspiring and evocative itinerary

Point of departure and arrival: Poggibonsi Distance: 395 km Total climb: 7,010 metres Type of road: mostly asphalt Type of bike: hybrid, road ...

Leg 13: Ponte d’Arbia to San Quirico d’Orcia

In Sigerico's footsteps in the Val d’Orcia

Starting from Ponte d’Arbia, this 27.4 km leg takes about 6 hours to complete. ...

Toscana Events