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Montalcino and Val d'Orcia by E-bike

Montalcino and Val d'Orcia by E-bike - Chiusi Scalo, Italy

Duration: 7 hours 15 minutes
Location: Chiusi Scalo, Italy

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$88.23

We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or by train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will head towards San Quirico d'Orcia, an ancient village of Etruscan origin immersed in a landscape of olive groves, vineyards and ancient oak woods ... More info ›

We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or by train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will head towards San Quirico d'Orcia, an ancient village of Etruscan origin immersed in a landscape of olive groves, vineyards and ancient oak woods. Then, going along narrow and steep roads, we will head to Montalcino, a fourteenth-century medieval city recognized in 2004 among the World Heritage Sites, also famous for the prized production of wines including the well-known Brunello. Here we will break for lunch. Then we will continue on roads immersed in the vineyards and we will arrive at the splendid Abbey of Sant'Antimo, a monumental Romanesque structure of the 12th century. founded, according to legend, by Charlemagne in 781. We will finally reach the Rocca D'Orcia, also famous for having hosted Santa Caterina da Siena in 1377. The tour will take place on a bicycle with assisted pedaling.

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Stop At: Montalcino 564, Piazza del Popolo 36, 53024, Montalcino Italy

Montalcino is a characteristic medieval village known for its wine and its vineyards. We will arrive along narrow and steep roads, but once we reach the top the views are wonderful! It is thanks to these splendid views that Montalcino, along with the whole valley, was recognized in 2004 as a World Heritage Site. Montalcino is also famous for its prized wine production, starting with that of Brunello.


Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: San Quirico d'Orcia Italy

San Quirico d’Orcia is located in the heart of the Val d’Orcia and is an ancient village of probable Etruscan origin, immersed in a landscape made of olive groves, vineyards and ancient oak woods. It is a territory where one can admire with wonder the perfect balance achieved over the centuries between natural landscape and the work of man.


Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, 53024 Castelnuovo dell'Abate, Montalcino Italy

The abbey of Sant’Antimo is a monumental Romanesque structure from the 12th century. and one of the highest examples of Romanesque-French in Italy. According to legend the abbey was founded by Charlemagne in 781. The king and his army stopped here on the way back from Rome because the soldiers were plagued by an unknown pestilence. An angel appeared to Charlemagne telling him to make his soldiers drink an infusion prepared with local grass. The cure worked and the army was saved, so the king decided to build the church as a sign of thanks.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Fortress of Tentennano, Near Rocca d'Orcia, 53023, Castiglione D'Orcia Italy

From the first glance we will understand the reasons that led to the construction of the Rocca: from the great rock of limestone that hosts it it was in fact possible to control the path of the underlying Via Francigena and the access to the Gorges of the Orcia through which the communication routes passed towards and from the Maremma. A virtually impregnable location. The first records that attest to the existence of a settlement called Tintinnano date back to the year 853. La Rocca is also famous for having hosted Saint Catherine of Siena in 1377, who according to legend learned here to read and write thanks to a miracle.


Duration: 40 minutes

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Montalcino and Val d'Orcia on the Vespa 125

Montalcino and Val d'Orcia on the Vespa 125 - Chiusi Scalo, Italy

Duration: 7 hours 15 minutes
Location: Chiusi Scalo, Italy

From USD
$77.06

The tour is extraordinary! We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or by train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will head towards San Quirico d'Orcia, an ancient village of Etruscan origin immersed in a landscape of olive groves, vineyards and ancient oak woods ... More info ›

The tour is extraordinary! We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or by train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will head towards San Quirico d'Orcia, an ancient village of Etruscan origin immersed in a landscape of olive groves, vineyards and ancient oak woods. Then, going along narrow and steep roads, we will head to Montalcino, a fourteenth-century medieval city recognized in 2004 among the World Heritage Sites, also famous for the prized production of wines including the well-known Brunello. Here we will break for lunch. Then we will continue on roads immersed in the vineyards and we will arrive at the splendid Abbey of Sant'Antimo, a monumental Romanesque structure of the 12th century. founded, according to legend, by Charlemagne in 781. We will finally reach the Rocca D'Orcia, also famous for having hosted Santa Caterina da Siena in 1377. The Tour will take place on the Vespa 125 with automatic transmission, each wasp will carry 2 people.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Montalcino 564, Piazza del Popolo 36, 53024, Montalcino Italy

Montalcino is a characteristic medieval village known for its wine and its vineyards. We will arrive along narrow and steep roads, but once we reach the top the views are wonderful! It is thanks to these splendid views that Montalcino, along with the whole valley, was recognized in 2004 as a World Heritage Site. Montalcino is also famous for its prized wine production, starting with that of Brunello.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: San Quirico d'Orcia Italy

San Quirico d’Orcia is located in the heart of the Val d’Orcia and is an ancient village of probable Etruscan origin, immersed in a landscape made of olive groves, vineyards and ancient oak woods. It is a territory where one can admire with wonder the perfect balance achieved over the centuries between natural landscape and the work of man.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo, 53024 Castelnuovo dell'Abate, Montalcino Italy

The abbey of Sant’Antimo is a monumental Romanesque structure from the 12th century. and one of the highest examples of Romanesque-French in Italy. According to legend the abbey was founded by Charlemagne in 781. The king and his army stopped here on the way back from Rome because the soldiers were plagued by an unknown pestilence. An angel appeared to Charlemagne telling him to make his soldiers drink an infusion prepared with local grass. The cure worked and the army was saved, so the king decided to build the church as a sign of thanks.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Fortress of Tentennano, Near Rocca d'Orcia, 53023, Castiglione D'Orcia Italy

From the first glance we will understand the reasons that led to the construction of the Rocca: from the great rock of limestone that hosts it it was in fact possible to control the path of the underlying Via Francigena and the access to the Gorges of the Orcia through which the communication routes passed towards and from the Maremma. A virtually impregnable location. The first records that attest to the existence of a settlement called Tintinnano date back to the year 853. La Rocca is also famous for having hosted Saint Catherine of Siena in 1377, who according to legend learned here to read and write thanks to a miracle.

Duration: 40 minutes

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Tour of the Gladiator in Val d'Orcia by E-bike

Tour of the Gladiator in Val d'Orcia by E-bike - Chiusi Scalo, Italy

Duration: 7 hours 15 minutes
Location: Chiusi Scalo, Italy

From USD
$88.23

"You will meet them again one day, but not yet ... not yet"! If you saw the film you could not have forgotten this phrase and the scene to which it was linked ... More info ›

"You will meet them again one day, but not yet ... not yet"! If you saw the film you could not have forgotten this phrase and the scene to which it was linked. First of all, you will do the tour by bike with assisted pedaling and this will give you a rare feeling of freedom. Then you will visit enchanting villages such as Pienza and Bagno Vignoni, you will see one of the most famous glimpses in the world in relation to Tuscany, namely the Chapel of the Madonna di Vitaleta and walk along the white roads of the Val d'Orcia, included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 2004. And then the most exciting part: you will find yourself exactly in that unmistakable landscape where some of the most intense and moving scenes in the movie The Gladiator were filmed. We'll take you to the home of Massimo Decimo Meridio!

We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or by train from both Rome and Florence.

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Stop At: Val d'Orcia, Italy

"You will meet them again one day, but not yet ... not yet"!

If you saw the film you could not have forgotten this phrase and the scene to which it was linked. It is said that director Ridley Scott has examined many areas to choose where to shoot some of the film's most intense and evocative scenes. And what background could have been more perfect to accompany these moments of Massimo Decimo Meridio's life than the paradisiacal landscape of these gentle Tuscan hills where earthly life is combined with a dimension without space and time? The challenge was to look for a place that looked like a paradise, albeit on earth. The director had no doubts and chose this part of the Val D’Orcia, where the sweetness and charm of the territory would have perfectly accompanied those moments of intense serenity and peace linked to the personal and family life of the protagonist.

The Tour will start at 9:30 am, we will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or by train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will leave for Pienza, a charming village widely known as the "ideal" city of the Renaissance, created by the great humanist Enea Silvio Piccolomini, who later became Pope Pius II. Piccolomini had the economic possibilities and the influence to be able to transform Corsignano, the humble village in which he was born, into what he believed should be a utopian city that should have embodied the principles and philosophy of the classical age and of the great Italian Renaissance . We will then take the Vespas and we will immerse ourselves in the splendid panorama of the Val d'Orcia, inserted in the World Heritage List by Unesco in 2004. The Val d'Orcia is a combination of art and landscape, is geographical space and ecosystem, is the expression of wonderful natural features and an exceptional example of how the natural landscape has been redesigned in the Renaissance and reflects the ideals of "good governance" typical of the Italian city-state. Walking along white and suggestive roads we will reach the small Chapel of the Madonna di Vitaleta, which framed between two rows of cypress trees, has become the protagonist of one of the most famous landscapes in the world. We will continue on along dirt roads immersed in the gullies and we will arrive at Bagno Vignoni, a small and characteristic village where thermal water gushes out right in the center of the town, creating a fairytale atmosphere. Around the pool there are Renaissance buildings and loggias, and in the evening the steam rising from the pool merges with the fog, climbing up to the porticoes of the elegant buildings.

We will make a stop for a break lunch with tasting of typical Tuscan cheeses and meats and then we will leave to arrive and walk the most exciting points of the tour: the Road of the Gladiator. An unmistakable landscape that is found right here in Val D'Orcia. A beautiful rural setting where some of the film's most intense and moving scenes were shot. We will then continue along the dirt roads of the Val d’Orcia until we return to Pienza.

The tour will be made on E-bike. It's an extraordinary tour that will make you live an unforgettable day, don't lose it!


Duration: 7 hours

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From Montepulciano to Pienza on the Vespa 125

From Montepulciano to Pienza on the Vespa 125 - Chiusi Scalo, Italy

Duration: 7 hours 15 minutes
Location: Chiusi Scalo, Italy

From USD
$77.06

An extraordinary tour! We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will start towards Montepulciano, called the "pearl of the sixteenth century" ... More info ›

An extraordinary tour! We will be at the Chiusi train station, easily reachable by car or train from both Rome and Florence. From there we will start towards Montepulciano, called the "pearl of the sixteenth century". Then we will continue towards the ancient Temple of San Biagio, a Tuscan sixteenth-century masterpiece. We will pass by characteristic white roads immersed in the trees and we will arrive at the medieval village of Montichiello whose origins are lost over time. After a brief refreshment we will leave and in front of our eyes really beautiful landscapes will open up. Then we will arrive in Pienza, a small and charming village known as the "ideal" city of the Renaissance. Here we will have a break lunch tasting typical and genuine foods. Then we will return to Montepulciano through vineyards and olive groves. From arrival to departure the group will have a guide available. The tour will be performed on a Vespa 125 with an automatic gearbox, each Vespa will be able to carry 2 people.

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Stop At: Piazza Grande a Montepulciano, Pazza Grande, 53045, Montepulciano Italy

Montepulciano has been called the "pearl of the sixteenth century" as palaces, churches and decorations reflect the mature Renaissance and follow one another in a sort of open-air museum.

We will visit this wonderful medieval city surrounded by beautiful vineyards and known for its red wine Nobile.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Tempio di San Biagio, Via di San Biagio, Montepulciano Italy

We will visit the ancient Temple of San Biagio, built by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder between 1518 and 154 and considered a masterpiece of the Tuscan sixteenth century Tempio di San Biagio: it was built by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder between 1518 and 1545 and represents a Tuscan masterpiece from the sixteenth century. The church is located in the middle of a flat meadow and its position, in the midst of an extraordinary landscape, highlights its grandeur.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Monticchiello view point, 53026 Monticchiello, Province of Siena, Italy

We will visit the characteristic medieval village of Montichiello

Montichiello that, seen from afar, looks like a tower that rises strong and robust at the top of a hill. The remains of its formidable walls and its medieval gate will appear to our eyes only when we have come almost close to the castle. The origins of the village are lost over time. It is believed to be of Roman origin and it could be hypothesized that it belonged to the Gens Cloelia, deriving the name Monticchiello from the Latin Mons Cloelii.


Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Historic Centre of the City of Pienza, near Montepulciano Italy

Pienza: is a small and charming village widely known as the "ideal" city of the Renaissance, created by the great humanist Enea Silvio Piccolomini, who later became Pope Pius II. Piccolomini had the economic possibilities and influence to be able to transform the humble village in which he was born, Corsignano, into what he believed should be a utopian city that should have embodied the principles and philosophy of the classical age and of the great Italian Renaissance . The project was realized by the architect Bernardo called Rossellino, under the guidance of the great humanist Leon Battista Alberti. In just 3 years a complex of beautiful and harmonious buildings was built: the Cathedral, the papal residence or Palazzo Piccolomini, the Municipality, and the charming central square.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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