Wonderful landmark,excellent restaurant, taste local food and good wines,admire historical monument,medieval suburbs perched on the slopes as well as lovely farmhouses ,winery,cellars,attending a cooking class, no words to describe enchanting land.

From Rome by renting a  car or booking a Limousine Service  it takes around 2 hours to get  in the Chianti and one hour more to Siena.

Highly suggested is visiting Montepulciano village founded by Etruscan king of Chiusi,house of its famous wine  the Red wine if Vino Nobile of  Montepulciano,here lots of restaurants where tasting tipical tuscany dishes,surely are recommended La Bottega del Nobile and la Fattoria il Pulcino.

Tipical Tuscany Fettuccine with wild boar sauce





Another place that it is definitely worth to visit is Siena, Tuscany province which has Roman origin as it said that was founded by  Senius and Aschius, the two sons of Remus, who was in turn the brother of Romulus, after whom Rome was named. Statues and other artwork depicting a she-wolf suckling the young twins Romulus and Remus can be seen all over the city of Siena. Other etymologies derive the name from the Etruscan family name Saina, the Roman family name Saenii, or the Latin word senex “old” or its derived form seneo “to be old”.

Siena She-Wolf


Siena was a proud, wealthy, and warlike independent city-state during the Middle Ages, until its final defeat by Florence. Medieval Sienese art (painting, sculpture, architecture, etc.) is unique and of great historical importance. Some of the famous artists who lived and worked in Siena are Duccio, Simone Martini, and Ambrogio and Pietro Lorenzetti. Sienese people are fiercely proud of their city and their neighborhood ( contrada ). The Palio, described below, is all about neighborhood pride and rivalry, and also constitutes the unbroken continuation of a Medieval tradition associated with religion, pageantry, trash-talking, bragging, and occasional violence. It is taken very seriously and is in no way a put-on for tourists; in fact, you are likely to be less welcomed during the Palio than at any other time, and there isn’t the slightest doubt that Siena would run the Palio with great enthusiasm regardless of whether any visitors ever showed up. That said, this is a city which depends and flourishes on tourism. Siena was a very poor little city for a few hundred years after its defeat, which is the main reason that its lovely Medieval buildings were never torn down and replaced with modern structures. In the 19th century, tourists started coming. Nowadays, it is a requirement that new buildings within the city walls be built to maintain the city’s character and beauty – many are strikingly modern, yet fit in well.

Piazza del Campo in Siena from south angle


A relaxant walking through the tiny street of the centre of Siena for shopping or do not waste your time struggling with public transport , enjoy a carefree shopping tour, taking advantage of prearranged round-trip transportation, and save up to 50% on the world’s most prestigious designer labels.

The first destination is the Dolce & Gabbana Outlet. Then the tour continues to “Fashion Valley Outlet” which is not only a place where you will find a selection of the most “in vogue” clothing, accessories and home design (Versace, Scervino and many others), but it is also a unique structure that integrates seamlessly with the surrounding beauty.

The last stop is at “Il Leccio”, where you can visit the new Luxury Prada Outlet located in the heart of the Tuscan countryside next to “The Mall”, a stylish outlet mall that offers a truly unique shopping experience: Gucci, Armani, Cavalli, Fendi, Ferragamo, Tod’s, Hogan and Valentino are just a few of the brands you will find there, with collections of the best clothes, shoes, bags and accessories for women, men and children. Inside the Mall you will find a fashionable Cafè where you can enjoy a refreshing break.


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