Discover Monteriggioni

Starting from Monteriggioni, you can discover the most beautiful cities of art, the magnificent jewels that this generous territory offers.

Among these, you can admire four of the seven Tuscan towns registered in the UNESCO World Heritage Site: Siena, Monteriggioni, San Gimignano, Volterra, and then the pearls of the Val d’Orcia, the Crete Senesi.


And yet, the small villages and Romanesque parish churches, castles, hermitages, festivals and festivals in the summer, the craftsmanship and the delicacies of typical products so tasty as to have to invent a bread without salt.


The Via Francigena, the historic medieval European road that connected the North Sea to the Mediterranean, has seen pilgrims, merchants, nobles and emperors pass for centuries: the original route runs alongside the Borgo dé Brandi and is easily accessible, even if only for short stretches, even if you have children in tow.