The word-famous village of San Gimignano is known for its typical medieval architecture and is inscribed in the Unesco World Heritage Site list.
Despite a few restorations carried out during the past two Centuries, the old center of San Gimignano can be considered the best-preserved example of 12th and 13th Centuries urban structure all over Europe
San Gimignano is mostly known for the many Tower Houses and is often referred to as the “Medieval Manhattan”.
The town of Volterra and its splendid territory are extremely diversified and rich in attractions.
An unquestionable historical tradition joined by beautiful natural surroundings offer an impressive heritage of vegetation, wildlife, and morphology.
Volterra is today a typical medieval town, where you can still breathe the atmosphere of the past.
Famous for the extraction and processing of alabaster, the city maintains a notable historical center with ancient Etruscan origins.
San Gimignano and Volterra Tour. Volterra and San Gimignano are both medieval jewels in the heart of the Chianti wine region, two wonderful cities with century-old intertwined destinies.
Our tour will bring you through wonderful places out of time, like the Piazza del Campo, where people of Siena organize twice a year the world-famous Palio horse race.