Excursions in Montepulciano

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Accessible Tuscany Guided Tour of Montepulciano and Pienza

During an Accessible Tuscany Guided Tour of Montepulciano and Pienza, you will encounter the unique Renaissance architecture of both towns. Your tour will be accompanied by an expert Italian-English bilingual guide. This tour uses short, easy-to-walk distances and step-free routes. You will also have an opportunity to taste wines at a local winery.

Montepulciano 

Your tour will include a full day of leisure in Montepulciano. You will have the opportunity to visit the fortress, palaces, churches, and other important sites. You will have the chance to enjoy a traditional Tuscan lunch, and you will also get to visit the Madonna di Vitaleta chapel.

Montepulciano is an archetypal Tuscan hill town. You will find Renaissance-style churches, palazzi, and underground cellars. There are also winding streets, and picturesque views of the surrounding countryside.

Montepulciano is known for its excellent wine. Wine is a large part of the economy in the town. You can enjoy tasting some of the world's best wines during your tour. It is also home to the famous Vino Nobile, which is regarded as the world's most prized Tuscan wine.

Montepulciano is a historic hill town in Southern Tuscany. It is also known for its excellent wine, and its Renaissance architecture. It is one of the most picturesque towns in Tuscany. Montepulciano is a short distance from Florence, so it is easy to reach. It is located on the slopes of the ridge of Monte Poliziano.

Montepulciano is also home to the famous wineries of Contucci and Contucci Vignamaggio, which are accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter. The winery has flat floors and a ramp that allows easy access for those in wheelchairs. You will also have the opportunity to taste 3 to 7 wines during the tour. Your tour guide will help you to understand how to properly taste the wines.

After the tour, you will be free to enjoy the town of Montalcino on your own. The town's ramparts offer breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. You can also sample local cheese and food at a local "trattoria" (restaurant).

Montepulciano and Pienza are two of the most alluring and beautiful towns in Tuscany. They are located in the Val d'Orcia region.

Accessible Tuscany Guided Tour of Montalcino, Montepulciano and Pienza

During an Accessible Tuscany Guided Tour of Montalcino, Montepulciano and Pienza, participants can explore a medieval hill town, the city center of Montepulciano and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pienza. While visiting, participants can sample local wine and cheese, and learn about the history of Italy.

Montalcino

Montepulciano is located in the Val d'Orcia, an area that is famous for its hill towns and the beauty of its landscape. Montepulciano is also known for its wines. The town has a number of wineries, each producing local red wine, as well as specialty wines. There are also several restaurants and wine bars to sample the local flavors.

While visiting Montepulciano, visitors may wish to visit the fortress ramparts. The ramparts offer an excellent view of the surrounding countryside. The fortress was built in the 14th century. It was used to defend the greater Siena area.

Visitors can also visit the Piccolomini Gardens, which were designed by Pope Pius II in the 15th century. This is one of the most beautiful sites in Tuscany.

Montalcino is also known for its Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, a popular wine that is produced in the region. The wine is considered one of Italy's finest. The vineyards are set among ancient oak trees.

Visitors can also take a tour of the city's wine cellars. The city is carpeted with olive groves and vineyards, and has medieval houses. The fortress ramparts offer a unique wine tasting opportunity.

Montalcino is also known for the world-famous Brunello di Montalcino, a dark, elegant red wine. Brunello di Montalcino has been awarded a prestigious noble designation.

Montepulciano is a small, hilltop town in southern Tuscany. It's located near the city of Siena and is an hour's drive from Florence. Montepulciano is a popular wine-tasting destination. The town's best wines include the Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

Accessible Tuscany Guided Tours can be shortened to a Montepulciano-only excursion, or they can be taken in conjunction with an excursion to the nearby town of Pienza. These tours run rain or shine, and are designed for participants with disabilities.

The best things to do in Montepulciano

Montepulciano is a medieval hilltop town in Tuscany, surrounded by vineyards and famed for its vino nobile red wine. Visit its Torre di Pulcinella (clock tower with a Pulcinella figure) and the 14th century Palazzo Comunale, which has a large triptych over the altar.

La Terrazza di Montepulciano

Located in Montepulciano, the Hotel La Terrazza Di Montepulciano has a prime location on the main street. It is close to the famous Piazza Grande. The property was recently renovated using local materials. The owners, Roberto and his wife, are available to help guests plan their stay. The property is also very easy to book. The booking process is quick and secure, and you'll receive an instant confirmation. Guests can choose from a variety of room types, depending on their needs.

Monticchiello hike

Hike the Monticchiello trail and enjoy the breathtaking views of Montepulciano. The hike starts at the Mura del Monticchiello and takes you through the fields and olive groves to the Monticchielo. Afterward, you will be able to see the town of Pienza from an uphill position.

Monticchiello 

De Ricci Winery

One of the best things to do in Montepulliano is to visit the De Ricci Winery, which is located in an underground cave. The winery has vaulted ceilings and exposed brick walls. Visitors will enjoy a tour and tasting.

La Dolce Vita

Montepulciano is a hilltop town teeming with medieval houses, travertine palazzos, Baroque churches, and beautiful views of the surrounding terroir. It has been featured in numerous Hollywood movies and is home to more than 200 events a year.

Church of Sant'Agostino

One of the best things to do in Montepulsiano is to visit the Church of Sant'Agostina, which features a Greek cross plan and plenty of columns. It also houses a 14th century fresco of the Madonna. If you're looking for something more spiritual, you can also visit the nearby Val d'Orcia, which has several spa towns, including Chianciano and Sarteano. It is also home to some of the finest wine in Tuscany.

Pasta

There are a variety of things to do in Montepulciano, including dining. Many of the restaurants are located within the city walls. If you want a typical Tuscan food experience, stop by La Vineria. For more fine dining, try the Caffe Poliziano, which is named after a poet from the Renaissance. You can also enjoy a meal at Osteria Acquacheta, where you can sample local Chianina beef. Some of the restaurants also offer vegetarian fare.

Wine tasting

If you're in the mood for a bit of history, you can visit the medieval fortress near Porta al Prato, where the town's first castle was built. Since then, it has been rebuilt several times, and today, it serves as a pop-up exhibition space. You can taste local wine in this castle, as well as sample some regional foods.

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