Getting Oriented

  • Lucca. The 16th-century ramparts are now a delightful promenade.
  • Pisa. Recognized the world over thanks to an engineering mistake.
  • Chianti. This wine region is dotted with towns.
  • Greve in Chianti. Medieval town 30 km (19 miles) from Florence.
  • Panzano. Hilltop churches and river views.
  • Radda in Chianti. A village perfect for strolling.
  • Castellina in Chianti. Bucolic panoramas abound.
  • Volterra. Handicrafts made with alabaster.
  • San Gimignano. Hilltown with medieval “skyscrapers.”
  • Colle di Val d'Elsa. Sleepy, laid-back hill town.
  • Siena. An enchanting medieval town.
  • Arezzo. Visit for the sublime frescoes.
  • Cortona. Cortona sits high above the perfectly flat Valdichiana.
  • Montepulciano. Its high altitude means cool summers.
  • Pienza. Planned by Pope Pius II.
  • Montalcino. Famed for it's Brunello di Montalcino wine.
  • Abbazia Di Sant’Antimo. 12th-century Romanesque abbey.

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