A Day in Tuscany: Siena & San Gimignano

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A step back to Medieval Tuscany

Food and Wine Pairing Experience included.

Visit two of the gems of Italy, both declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Siena is famous for its medieval cityscape and the Palio, the traditional medieval horse race held twice a year in Piazza del Campo, considered the heart of the city and one of the most remarkable squares in Italy. The charming town of San Gimignano is a small village enclosed in 13th-century walls, which still retains its feudal atmosphere and appearance. It’s also famous for the production of the white wine called Vernaccia.

Walking through the old city means plunging into the Middle Ages. In between, we make a stop for a wine and food tasting of local products (eight different types of wine, a selection of salami and cheese, the ribollita vegetable soup, and the typical lasagna with truffle).

What is included in this tour?
  • Transportation by A/C minivan with English-speaking driver (2-7 passengers) or by coach with English speaking tour escort (8-14 passengers)
  • Professional Guide in Siena
  • Wine and food tasting
  • Free pick-up service from centrally located hotels
  1. Rome Start of the tour

    Transport in minibus with air conditioning to Siena, our first destination.

  2. Siena Medieval city

    Famous for its beautiful examples of medieval Gothic architecture, and ”El Palio”, the traditional medieval horse race that takes place twice a year in the ”Plaza del Campo”, heart of the city and one of the most remarkable squares in Italy .

  3. San Gimignano Medieval city

    A small town surrounded by walls of the thirteenth century, which still retains its atmosphere and feudal aspect, also famous for the production of white wine called ”Vernaccia”. Walking through the old town means going into the Middle Ages. During the walk, we will make a stop to taste the wine and local products, with eight different types of wine, a local selection of cold meats and cheeses, the ”Ribollita” (vegetable soup) and, of course, the famous lasagna with truffle from the region.

  4. Rome End of our services

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Famosa por sus bellos ejemplos de arquitectura gótica medieval, y “El Palio”, la tradicional carrera de caballos medieval que tiene lugar dos veces al año en la "Plaza del Campo", corazón de la ciudad y una de las más notables plazas de Italia.

San Gimignano

Pequeña población rodeada de muros del siglo XIII, que todavía conserva su ambiente y aspecto feudal, famosa también por la producción de vino blanco llamado "Vernaccia" y otros productos gastronómicos.