Cities near Montalcino for Family Travelers
- 1112 reviews
A little small town in Tuscany that I loved even a short time when got a day trip from Florence.
- 222 reviews
It is a small town built over a hill. Streets are quite narrow. There are beautiful sights from here and the particularity of this place is the large amount of wine producers you wil meet during your visit. As a matter of fact 'rosso of Montepulciano' is a very famous wine all over th world.
- 38 reviews
Pienza is one of my favourite spots in Tuscany. It is the classic example of Renaissance architecture in Tuscany. Everything develops around the main square, with its trapezoidal shape. There is a nice walk with a fantastic view on the Val d'Orcia. The centre is really small and absolutely perfect and tidy, with nice shops, selling honey, tartufo and many ...
- 42 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 ...
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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.
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Cute little hillside town with nice views of Montepulciano. La Chiasu makes for a nice base for exploration and has a great restaurant.
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Medieval walled village with unique elliptical plan. For details, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucignano
- 191 review
Buonconvento is a quaint little village about fifteen miles south of Siena. We stopped here on the way from Siena to Orvieto, and look forward to a return visit.