Val di Chiana

Montefollonico

Montefollonico (576m above sea level) is a small medieval village whose raison d'?tre is found in the past rivalries between the republics of Siena and Florence; in fact the village...
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Montepulciano

Montepulciano is situated in the south area of the senese territory which includes the Val d'Orcia, Val di Chiana and Crete Senesi.So people who spend the night in Montepulciano can...
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Cetona

On the eastern slopes of the mountain bearing the same name, Cetona has retained its medieval structure, whith roads, alleys and stairways all leading to the fortress which dominates it.
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Cortona

One of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League-substantial fragments of its primitive cyclopean defences can still be seen, incorporated in the medieval walls. Apart from a few fine Renaissance...
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Chianciano Terme

This spa town, which specialises in the treatment of liver disorders, is among the most famous in Italy. The special properties of the waters of Chianciano is not far from...
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San Casciano dei Bagni

The main feature of this medieval town, which stands on the Sienese border between the regions of Umbria and Lazio, is its wealth of hot spring water, numbering as many...
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Chiusi

On the eastern slopes of the mountain bearing the same name, Cetona has retained its medieval structure, whith roads, alleys and stairways all leading to the fortress which dominates it.
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