When talking about Tuscany, one cannot help but think of Siena, a city recognised for its immense artistic and historical heritage, so much so that its historic centre has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  

Known for the famous Palio horse race in the beautiful Piazza del Campo, because its historic centre is home to the headquarters of the world's longest-established bank, Siena is certainly world-famous for its scenic charm and for being the land of wines.
When we talk about Siena, the Val d'Orcia, the Crete Senesi, Montepulciano, Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino or simply the cypresses, hills and villages that make this area unique and where time seems to have stopped in the Middle Ages come to mind.

A popular destination for tourists from all over the world, the Sienese territory offers a marvellous and varied stage for nature walks, the best known of which is undoubtedly the Via Francigena, journeys through picturesque villages and food and wine routes.

Siena is credited with the best recipes of Tuscan cuisine, a culinary tradition made up of ancient recipes such as ribollita, acquacotta, pici, Chianina beef or Cinta Senese, dishes accompanied by prestigious wines such as Brunello di Montalcino, Chianti red or Nobile di Montepulciano. Not to be outdone are the territories where it is possible to get away from stress, enjoying some of the most beautiful spas in Italy, such as the Terme di San Giovanni a Rapolano or the Terme di Petriolo.
The charm of travelling through the hills of the Sienese territory, admiring the estates and farmhouses surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, remains among the things to do at least once in a lifetime.

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