The Siena Valdichiana is perfect for hotel and agritourism stays, and every town is a good starting point for visiting not only the surrounding parts of Tuscany (Val d’Orcia, Crete, Monte Amiata), but also Umbria and northern Lazio.
The recommended itinerary stars in Sinalunga, a spectacular part of the Siena Valdichiana, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, and, for this reason, it’s perfect for tourists who love the countryside.
It continues to Trequanda, with its 13th-century castle, before arriving in Montepulciano. Here, you can visit the Temple of San Biagio or be enveloped by the silence of the cathedral, before sitting down for a delicious glass of Vino Nobile in a wine bar of the historic centre.
Chianciano Terme, famous for its hot springs, also vaunts an interesting town centre, while Sarteano is home to a beautiful Renaissance church. After Cetona, the route reaches San Casciano dei Bagni, renowned for its thermal baths.