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A perfect day in Tuscany form Rome

This experience takes you on an all-inclusive day trip to Tuscany from Rome, taking care of all the details. Heritage Site, boasting quintessential Tuscan panoramas, picturesque towns, and renowned wines.

The lovely scenery you see as you make your way to Monticchiello gives you an idea of the stunning views you will be treated to when you arrive at this medieval hilltop town. Home to less than 250 residents, the sweeping views from Monticchiello, the gentle rolling hills, cypress-lined roads and verdant countryside, will have you in region. Monticchiello which, though small, is bursting with charm. Step into the Chiesa dei Santi Leonardo and Cristoforo where you will find well preserved frescoes dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries.

Pienza is worth a trip to Tuscany all by itself. The main attractions here are find the cathedral dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta, the town hall, Piccolomini Palace, and Borgia Palace. Also, Pienza without tasting a variety of its Renowned for its celebrated red wine, Montalcino, situated on top of a hill boast splendid views of the countryside. Here we will visit La Fortezza and climb up to the walls and lookout towers. One of the highlights of our day trip from Tuscany to Rome is a hidden gem, an organic farmhouse tucked away from the main road and completely immersed in the Tuscan countryside. You may even be lucky to see peacocks during their courtship ritual with their dazzling patterned plumage all fanned out. All the dishes served are based on seasonal ingredients from the farm, a also be sipping on wines from their vineyard, all this set within a backdrop of breathtaking views.

The joys of life under the Tuscan sun! Of course no visit to Tuscany would be complete without sampling some of its cellar and have a behind-the-scenes look at the procedures involved in producing the prestigious Brunello di Montalcino. Of course, you will also taste the variety of wines produced at this vineyard, including their award-winning Brunello di Montalcino.

 

Source: Walks of Italy