Montalcino, the hilltown itself, is pretty, but this is not where you will find Montalcino wine. To do that, you must going around the surrounding area where dozens of family-run wineries are. When we walked through the town, the only place of interest that was open and not under scaffolding was the fortress. Not only that, most shops were closed ...
Cities near Montalcino for Art & Design Lovers
- 1Italy112 reviews
Siena, in the heart of Tuscany, is one of Italy's most beautiful Medieval cities.
- 2Italy23 reviews
Gorgeous but quaint, and it goes without saying that there is amazing wine here. We were lucky enough to be here during a festival, so there was plenty of wine tasting and a Great atmosphere throughout the town.
- 3Italy9 reviews
Very picturesque little village, great for taking photographs of the architecture and the surrounding hills but not much else to do. You can walk from one edge to the other in 15 minutes at a slow stroll.
- 4Italy2 reviews
Just a few km away from A1 highway, exit Val di Chiana. In Rapolano Terme, a very little village in Toscany but closed to Umbria, there are enjoyable baths. Antica Querciolaia offers 3 outdoor pools at different temperatures and 2 indoor pools. It’s very relaxing and its sulphureous waters regenerats you, even though the smell isn’t so pleasant, but you ...
- 5Italy1 review
- 6Italy1 review
Tiny medieval village on the way between Montepulciano and Pienza. Once a very important historical town in its own right. Charming and a perfectly slice of Tuscany.
- 9Italy2 reviews
- 10Italy2 reviews
Cute little hillside town with nice views of Montepulciano. La Chiasu makes for a nice base for exploration and has a great restaurant.
- 12Italy1 review
- 14Italy3 reviews
Medieval walled village with unique elliptical plan. For details, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucignano