Travellers flock to its famous cities and well-preserved countryside not only to view the breathtaking art found here, but also to be swept away by the magic of its enchanting landscapes so enjoyable by bike.
One must is to visit the Piazza del Campo in Siena, one of Italy’s most stunning squares, hosting the world-famous Palio horse races.
The charming medieval hill towns of Montepulciano, Montalcino, and San Gimignano are home to some of the region’s finest wines. famous Chianti area, with its endless vineyards and monumental castles, Pienza with the pecorino sheep milk cheese. Maremma, in the southern, lesser-known reaches of the region touching the sea, is rich in Etruscan history and dotted with numerous stone villages to explore.
Montalcino, Gargonza, San Gimignano
The must-to-see Tuscany hilltowns
Discover Pienza, San Casciano & Scansano
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Cycling Siena, San Gimignano & Chianti
Cycling Pienza, Montalcino & Siena
Explore Siena, Montalcino & Pienza
Discover Pienza, Montalcino, Scansano
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