Visitors to the area also won’t want to miss San Gimignano’s Santa Fina chapel where they can see Ghirlandaio’s magnificent cycle. Thanks to a short trip to Staggia, you’ll be able to see an altar piece painted by Antonio del Pollaiolo.
Stop in Monticiano and Bagni di Petrolo, its nearby thermal baths for a relaxing break. Throughout history, these baths were known for their curative sulfur-rich waters; they were used by many illustrious figures including members of the Medici and Gonzaga dynasties. From there, take a trip to Murlo to see the parish church of San Fortunato a Vescovado. Therein, you’ll find a religious triptych by Benvenuto di Giovanni dated 1475 and what remains of a panel by Andrea di Niccolo, once part of a poly-triptych work.