Duration: 4 days
On their travels to Rome, old time Florentines often used the Via Sanese, a path that still connects Florence and Siena. Across the centuries, this special itinerary has spotlighted secondary roads and trails that eventually merge with the tuscan stretch of the Via Francigena.
The Via Sanese crosses the Val di Pesa and the Chianti areas and goes through renowned towns and hamlets such as San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Badia a Passignano, San Donato in Poggio and Castellina in Chianti. In a few words, stunning landscapes and glimpses of food & wine, cultural and historical treasures are guaranteed on the way!