The presumed birthplace of the important navigator Amerigo Vespucci, whose name was given to America.
We adore the sagra delle frittelle (a local food festival featuring fritters) in March.

Radda in Chianti

One of the four Chianti Classico towns, Radda in Chianti enjoys an ancient history that goes back 4,000 years, and visitors can still see archaeological finds. We love the traditional dolce far niente atmosphere.


The city of the Palio, the city of important painters, the city of wonderful food traditions. We love sitting in Piazza del Campo and savouring a ricciarello, a classic Sienese almond biscuit.


Gucci, Ferragamo, Cavalli… Shopping. Giotto, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo… Art. We love peacefully watching the sun set over the river from Piazzale Michelangelo or weaving through the medieval streets.


The perfect medieval hamlet, par excellence. We like enjoying a drink in the piazza, immersed in the magical atmosphere of this ancient fortress.

San Gimignano

The many towers: during medieval times, towers were a symbol of wealth. We like sipping a glass of Vernaccia di San Gimignano at the new wine museum.

San Galgano

A magical place. A different time. A discovery. We enjoy seeing the legendary sword in the rock with our own eyes.


The city of wine and craftsmanship. We like the atmosphere of this truly dynamic city.

Pienza e Val d’Orcia

World UNESCO heritage sites that you must see at least once in your lifetime. We like the amazing Via dell’Amore and Via della Fortuna but we also like to admire the breath-taking views from the lookout point.


Etruscans, alabaster, museums, cliffs and gullies, and ancient stone buildings. We like looking to the sky while walking through the city, ready to discover the city’s long history.

The Mall

After immersing yourself in history and culture, a day of shopping – elegant and all Italian – is needed. We like the variety here.


Home to the world-famous antique fair, the Passioni Festival and Arezzo Wave. We enjoy seeing the frescos by Piero della Francesco in the Cappella Maggiore of the San Francesco church.

Badia Passignano

A fortified monastery. We like taking a ride in a convertible or on a Vespa, taking in the views.


A city full of medieval alleyways that perhaps you’ve never seen. We like feeling as if we were on the set of Life is Beautiful or Under the Tuscan Sun, hoping to run into one of the stars.