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Tuscany with many faces

Cortona


With its catacombs and the Labyrinth of Porsenna, this town takes us back in time, as far back as the Etruscan era.

Chiusi


With its catacombs and the Labyrinth of Porsenna, this town takes us back in time, as far back as the Etruscan era.

Montepulciano


With its famous Nobile wine vineyards, Christmas markets and la torre di Pulcinella, a medieval clock tower on the top of which Punch (of Punch and Judy fame) strikes the hours, this is a town to visit all year round.

Pienza


In the unmistakable hills of the Val d’Orcia, with its delicious Pecorino cheese and Palazzo Piccolomini (the Piccolomini Palace), this is the so-called “ideal Renaissance town” that Pope Pius II wanted.

Siena


With its splendid gothic cathedral, noble buildings and the famous Piazza del Campo, this is the city where still, every year, the world-renowned Palio dell’Assunta is held – a bareback horse race and festival held in honour of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.

Arezzo


With the square chosen by Benigni for his film “la Vita è bella”/ ”Life is beautiful”, the ancient Giostra del Saracino - Saracen Joust, and Piero della Francesca’s frescoes, Arezzo is an affluent and welcoming tourist friendly city.