The Siena and San Geminiano tour is one of the most loved and walked routes in Tuscany. You will have the chance to admire from the beautiful vineyards lands and olive groves of the hills in the small village of San Geminiano to the wonderful squares of Siena. All that, coupled with the best wine of Chianti and the gastronomic delights of Tuscany.

Siena, land of the Palio.

Siena is well known for its Palio, the oldest and most famous horse race in the world, and that city is also a treasure trove. The Siena tour starts at Piazza del Campo, the heart of the city, where Palazzo Pubblico and Torre del Mangia are located in. If you are bold enough to face up to its 500 steps you will have the best top view over the city. Within few minutes by walking you will reach the Cathedral (Duomo) which is worthy to be visited throughout all the summer period, when the precious marble floor is opened to visitors. As well as the impressiveness of that construction you can also have a look at Pinturicchio, Donatello and Nicola Pisano’s artworks.

San Geminiano, town of towers.

This city is as small as rich in places to visit. It is worthwhile joining the San Geminiano tour even it’s just to dive into the typical rural landscapes of postcards which surround the city and the narrow paths filled with small workshops with the towers shaping its outline. From Piazza della Cisterna, in the city core, you will venture towards the Cathedral with its beautiful Santa Fina Chapel painted by Ghirlandaio. You won’t to miss the Archeological Museum with Etruscan artifacts, the Spezieria of Santa Fina, the ancient pharmacy of the XVI century, and, for those brave people, the Museum of Torture recollecting printed matters and arquebuses of the Middle Ages.

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