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Approaching this small town is very impressive as it can be seen from all directions perched atop a small hill, not hard to see why it is a stop on the historic 'Via Francigena' (Pilgrims Route).
The village is full of history, but still has...More
Very close to Siena city and the main road. Reserve two hours and see this great little village. It was one of the most beatiful locations we have visited during our Toscana tour. In the castle, you may feel as time has stopped at medieval...More
Spectacular views from the road of this fortress town immediately attract you to it. Once inside the fortress walls, you will see a small village, with many houses dating back hundreds of years. This is a peaceful community, one that probably doesn't see many tourists...More
If an history buff, this fortress would be of interest. It is otherwise a work in progress and far from interesting. Small and poorly kept, few worthwhile services or points of interest. Perhaps,in a few decades, with time and renovation investment, it will be a...More
This is a lovely spot but it is very small so it gets overrun with tourists very easily best suggestion is to go there early and avoid the crowds. We stayed there overnight and managed to see a beautiful sunset after the crowds had gone.
We were really glad we visited Castello Monteriggioni. After visiting many other hill top towns in the region we were feeling like they were all just the same. This place is just lovely, even on a rainy day. Just watch your footing.