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Advice for Siena and Orvieto?

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I'm planning a last minute trip to Italy- we have Florence and Rome built as bookends to a two week trip, but there are 6 days where I would love to get out into the Tuscan or Umbrian towns and explore- eat well and maybe do some cooking instruction while drinking wine! I've had some great advice from many on this forum, and have singled out Siena and Orvieto. However the desired agriturismo and tour service aren't available until later in the week. Is there another town to explore, or enough to do in Siena to stay in town for two days, in the agriturismo (right outside of town) for 2 days, and Orvieto for two nights? Oh, and we won't have a car- my husband REALLY does not want to drive in Italy (some bad experiences many years ago...).
Thanks for the advice!

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