Murlo, where the Etruscans live

  Murlo hosts the beautiful archeological museum of Poggio Civitate, full of etruscan finds. There is als a man with a mysterious hat. 

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Trekking from Pienza to Monticchiello: the path of ‘Latte di Luna’

Trekking in Val d’Orcia, from Pienza to Monticchiello, the path of Latte di Luna.

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What to see in Sarteano: itinerary between the Castle and the Etruscans

In Val di Chiana Senese, a walk through the alleys of Sarteano, ‘bandiera arancione’ of Touring club. What to see in a relaxing tuscan medieval village.

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Asciano: trekking with a view of the Clay Hills

Do you like walking in the tuscan hills? From ‘Torre a Castello’ to Asciano a panoramic trekking through the ‘Crete Senesi’ (clay hills)

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Siena Cathedral and Wagner: a story of love at first sight

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The gothic Siena Cathedral architecture also enchanted Wagner who chose it as the setting for ‘The Parsifal’.

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Radicofani and Ghino di Tacco: what to see in a Val d’Orcia village

What to see in Val d’Orcia? An unmissable stop: Radicofani and the legendary Ghino di Tacco. From the Rocca to the Bosco Isabella, a village covered with mystery.

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The San Gimignano Civic Museum: a casket of art

How to visit the civic museum of San Gimignano: masterpieces of the fourteenth-century painting,the chivalrous frescos of the town hall, a stunning art gallery .. a stop not to be

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San Gimignano, how to climb up the medieval Towers

  Here my suggetion to climb up a tower in San Gimignano, the Torre Grossa. One day walk tour in San Gimignano, discovering medieval art and tasting a super icecream!

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