San Gimignano Monteriggioni Siena

A beautiful trip through the Chianti countryside, rolling hills, San Gimignano with an ever-changing scenery of vineyards and olive groves. Upon arrival in Siena, you can walk the narrow medieval streets, siena3admiring the splendid palaces and ending up at the Cathedral, where you can visit the interior including the Libreria Piccolomini and the adjacent Museo dell’Opera Metropolitana. We can admire the Piazza del Campo,siena2 one of the most beautiful in the world, where the Town Hall. Monteriggioni Departure for San Gimignano a tiny city that has remained intact over the centuries, the hill, famous for its numerous towers, frescoes and other art treasures; free time to discover all its charm. On the way back we can admire the old medieval village of Monteriggioni enclosed by its famous walls, still intact.siena Monteriggioni is without doubt one of the most classical and best known Italian walled town. Since the Middle Age Siena its fame was such that even Dante makes sign to his ’round’ in the Divine Comedy (Inferno Canto XXXI vv. 40-41).The walls, nearly intact, cover a length of 570 meters and are alternated by 14 towers and two gates. The free port (to Siena) located at the base of a tower while that of St. John (toward Florence) is opened in the walls and defended by the towers of the fortified perimete