Discover Montalcino: A Wine Lover’s Dream in Tuscany

Montalcino is a town famous throughout the world for its Brunello wine. This medieval town is located in the hills of the “Val d’Orcia”, south of Siena, and is characterized by a beautiful city wall. In addition to the importance of its wine, this village offers a realRead More

Monteriggioni: Discovering Tuscany’s Medieval Gem

If you are a lover of medieval history, Tuscany is the place for you, and the town of Monteriggioni is especially so. A town of about 10,000 inhabitants in the province of Siena that is home to one of the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval castles in theRead More

Mille Miglia race to pass from Siena in 2023

It’s official: the Mille Miglia will stop in Siena again in 2023. The city council has authorized the cars to pass through the picturesque setting of Piazza del Campo next June 15, 2023. In addition, the city council has approved the free use of some important locations inRead More

Cavallucci: A Traditional Tuscan Cookie Recipe

Cavallucci Toscani, also called Cavallucci di Siena, are a beloved treat in the Tuscan city, especially during Christmas. While their looks may not impress, their taste will undoubtedly win you over. Today, we’ll delve into the history and recipe of this scrumptious dessert. Cavallucci di Siena: its storyRead More

Siena Cathedral: A Masterpiece of Italian Architecture

Siena Cathedral is undoubtedly one of the top attractions to visit when you’re in Tuscan city. Constructed in the Italian Romanesque-Gothic style, it stands out as one of the most notable examples of this style of architecture in Italy. Although the building was never completed due to theRead More

Chapel of the Madonna di Vitaleta: Iconic Tuscan Church

Have you heard of the Madonna di Vitaleta story? The road between San Quirico d’Orcia and Pienza is incredibly scenic with stunning viewpoints. The highlight is this charming chapel, located on a hill ridge and surrounded by beautiful cypress trees According to the legend, during the Renaissance, theRead More