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Sinalunga is a town of Etruscan origin (9th-1st century BC) located in the splendid Sienese Val di Chiana, on the border with the provinces of Arezzo and Perugia.
The town retains the charm of a medieval village, perched on the top of the hill overlooking the new town centre. The historic center hosts important historical monuments, such as the Ciro Pinsuti Theater (1797) dedicated to the homonym Sinalunga’s musician, a pupil of Gioacchino Rossini, the churches of Santa Maria delle Nevi and Santa Croce (17th century), the Auditorium of Santa Lucia, which in the 10th century was the meeting place of the Community Council, and the Collegiate Church of San Martino (15th century) inside which works of art dating back to the Renaissance period are preserved. Worthy of note is the Praetorian Palace (14th century) with its medieval bell tower, formerly the seat of the Court which still retains the coat of arms of the Medici family.
Sinalunga has all the basic necessities but also many opportunities for leisure and culture, it is surrounded by the beautiful Tuscan countryside, made famous throughout the world by its hilly landscapes, centuries-old woods and roads lined with cypress trees. The vineyards, olive groves and the local culinary tradition offer excellent typical products that make this land one of the pearls of central Italy.


Located about 50km from Sinalunga, Siena is an extraordinary city of art where the past and present mix and mingle, where tourists forget the modern world to immerse themselves in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Piazza del Campo, the central square with its characteristic fan shape, is home to the Palazzo Pubblico (the Gothic style town hall) and the Torre del Mangia, a slender 14th century tower from whose white battlements you can enjoy a stupendous view.
The seventeen historic “contrade” of the city districts (Aquila, Bruco, Chiocciola, Civetta, Drago, Giraffa, Istrice, Leocorno, Lupa, Nicchio, Oca, Onda, Pantera, Selva, Tartuca, Torre and Valdimontone) extend all around starting exactly from the square. On July 2nd and August 16th of each year, right in Piazza del Campo, the traditional Palio takes place between the different districts, a race of bareback horses that monopolizes the attention of the city for several days. It is a historical event, the revisitation of an ancient medieval carousel which is the expression of the ancient and deep-rooted Sienese tradition.
The city is rich in historical sites, churches, museums, art galleries and botanical gardens, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.


Located about 40 km from Sinalunga, Arezzo is a gem suspended in time and which tells a long history that starts from the Etruscans and the Romans, goes through the Middle Ages and arrives at the Renaissance.
The historic center, easily visited on foot, is rich in art, history and culture, with its museums, countless churches, monuments and historic shops, art galleries, places where you can breathe the unmistakable atmosphere of Tuscany. Among these, the walls of the Medici Fortress, an example of 16th century defensive military architecture, adjacent to the Prato, the large city park where you can walk surrounded by greenery; the houses of illustrious poets and artists, such as Petrarca and Vasari, the Roman amphitheatre, the frescoes by Piero della Francesca and the crucifix by Cimabue inside the church of San Domenico.
The city is also known for important events, such as the Giostra del Saracino, an equestrian tournament of medieval origin which divides the city into 4 districts and which is held twice a year, in June and September, or the Antiques Fair, the first event of this kind in Italy which is held every first Saturday and Sunday of the month.
Among its valleys of the Tevere and the Arno rivers it is possible to visit the National Park of the Casentinesi Forests, one of the most important in Italy, the Sanctuary of La Verna built in honor of Saint Francis of Assisi, with its peak of 1283 mt of beech and fir trees, or the Camaldoli Hermitage dating back to the year 1000.
The Arezzo territory offers many opportunities to enjoy unique experiences, such as outdoor activities, canoeing on the river, cycling along the cycle paths or walking in nature, in search of history and genuine flavours.


Located about 100 km from Sinalunga, Florence is the capital of the Tuscany region. Prestigious city of art, homeland of Dante and cradle of the Italian language, located on the banks of the Arno river, Florence is surrounded by wonderful hills illuminated by an amber and diaphanous light that has inspired the greatest painters and writers in history.
In fact, Florence is among the most important and loved cities in the world for art, culture and architecture, especially Medieval and Renaissance, and is the city with the greatest concentration of works of art and cultural interest on a global level, just consider that on average every year around 10 million tourists arrive in Florence from all over the world. When visiting Florence you cannot fail to admire Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, full of sculptural works such as the statue of Michelangelo’s David, the Gallerie dell’Accademia, the Palazzo Vecchio museum, which displays works by Michelangelo, Donatello and Vasari, or Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, home of the Medici family until the 16th century. How can we not mention Ponte Vecchio, initially built by the Romans between the two closest points of the Arno, and historically home to ancient jewelers’ shops across the Vasari Corridor, or the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most important art galleries in the world which houses works of inestimable value, such as the paintings of Botticelli, Giotto, Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael.
If you want to admire a splendid panoramic view of Florence, especially at sunset, Piazzale Michelangelo is definitely an obligatory stop. Thanks to its artistic beauties, Florence is a city that can be visited throughout the year and offers many opportunities to spend unforgettable moments.


Located just 30km far from Sinalunga, Cortona is situated south of the province of Arezzo near the border with the Umbria region.
Etruscans, Romans, Goths and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany left the artistic and architectural testimony of their passage in Cortona. This small town offers the possibility of visiting museums, such as that of the Etruscan Academy, historic palaces and villas, the walls, castles and important archaeological and religious areas, such as the Convent of Celle founded by Saint Francis of Assisi in 1211, or the Basilica Sanctuary of Santa Margherita, patron saint of Cortona, on an exciting journey that will take us back through the centuries.
Cortona’s calendar is full of events with the many concerts during the summer season, theatrical works, art and antique furniture exhibitions, the numerous food and wine festivals which take place from June to September and the magic of the traditional Christmas markets. Among the most important events there are certainly the Giostra dell’Archidado, a medieval historical re-enactment which sees the various neighborhoods of the city compete in a crossbow shooting competition which takes place on the first Sunday of June, the international festival of contemporary photography Cortona on the Move and the Sacred Music Festival, which both take place every year in July. Land of artists and faith, crossroads of peoples and cultures with a thousand-year history, Cortona is perched on a hill full of olive trees and vineyards. Here good living combines perfectly with the excellence of local enogastonomy, such as the famous Chianina steak, traditional pasta and cured meats, typical local wines and excellent olive oil.


Located about 20 km from Sinalunga, Pienza is a small village in Valdorcia a few kilometers from both Montalcino and Montepulciano. Unlike most of the surrounding towns, Pienza’s origins are not Etruscan, Roman or medieval. His birth is instead closely linked to that of Enea Silvio Piccolomini, who became Pope in 1458 with the name of Pius II, who was born in this area to a noble Sienese family and who wanted to build his papal residence here.
Considered the ideal city of the Renaissance, in 1996 Pienza was officially recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a wonderful testimony to the urban planning canons, the rational organization of spaces and the incomparable perspectives of squares and buildings typical of the sixteenth-century style. The historic center of Pienza is surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Val d’Orcia, which offers the visitor many itineraries to explore: from the ancient medieval villages such as Montalcino, San Quirico and Castiglione d ‘Orcia, Radicofani and the small fortified jewel of Monticchiello (which every summer stages its show in the square thanks to the Compagnia del Teatro Povero created by the inhabitants of the small town), to the various churches scattered in the surrounding area or to the suggestive trekking routes on foot or on horseback.
If you come to Pienza you cannot fail to taste the steak or the Chianina ragù with the unmissable Tuscan pici, the Aglione Dop or the pecorino di Pienza, the pride of this area. Dedicated specifically to this product is the Cheese Fair with the Game of Cacio al Fuso which is held every first Sunday of September, in addition to the numerous art exhibitions and cultural and musical events, including national ones, which take place all year round.


About 40 km from Sinalunga there is an enchanting medieval village, almost fairytale-like, surrounded by a mighty city wall and dominated by an ancient castle of authentic architectural perfection: Montalcino.
Montalcino is a beautiful historic city immersed in the splendid landscape of the Val’Orcia Natural Park. The city, already renowned for its red wines in the 15th century, is famous throughout the world for the production of the precious Brunello di Montalcino wine, one of the best Italian wines and among the most appreciated in the world.
Montalcino, however, is not just wine but also art and culture. The historic center is dominated by the mighty Rocca built in 1361, from which you can enjoy a spectacular panorama. The fortress has remained practically intact since the Middle Ages and often becomes the ideal setting for festivals, events and concerts, such as the famous Jazz & Wine Festival, which is held in July every year, or the Sagra del Tordo, a shooting competition Medieval style arch with historical processions and dances held every year during the last weekend of October.
The streets and alleys of Montalcino are truly enchanting and the village is the ideal place to stroll among delightful arts and crafts shops, cafes, restaurants and wine bars and enjoy excellent food. Finally, we cannot forget to mention the Abbey of Sant’Antimo a few minutes from Montalcino, a beautiful and evocative Romanesque abbey dating back to the 12th century which according to legend was founded by Charlemagne in 781.


Located at 62.5 km from Sinalunga. Famous city rich in history and monuments, famous for one of the oldest University built in Italy , stands on a hill over the Tevere Valley.


Located at 83.2 km from Sinalunga. The artistic charm of this area stems largely from spirituality related to Sent Francesco, a city of art and medieval-looking still intact. Its located less than two hours away from Rome and even the coast of Maremma is easly reachable (110 km max) due to its location on a street in the Tuscan countryside, surrounded by its green, with its stone cottages and bricks, and many medieval countries.