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All reviews piazza grande city hall narrow streets new moon nice square hill towns worth the climb gelato lovely town highest point walk up lots of shops the main square clock tower wine tasting vino nobile church
After a long uphill climb, you are rewarded by this beautiful piazza. There is a small cafe which serves decent food and it's a nice place to sit and enjoy the view. Be sure to have a look at the Duomo if it is open...More
Very calming relaxful Piazza with a few outdoor cafes and of course the Duomo. Short walking distance to some of the greatest scenery of the Tuscan countryside with a quaint outdoor patio bar and restaurant
Considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in Italy, the central square of Montepulciano is the true heart of the city and the center of its social life. It is located at the highest point of the city and is a rare flat...More
Montepulciano is a treasure. We had the opportunity to stay there for a night, during a road trip from Milan to Rome, through Toscane. To approch the village is really difficult because the road haw a lot of rotors but the beauty of the village...More
Montepulciano is about an hour drive from Siena...we had a car so I do not know other means of transportation.It is small but offers expansive views of the Tuscany landscape..It is a long walk from parking but it was an enjoyable walk..make sure you get...More
The piazza in Siena is much larger, indicating the pecking order of town size. Visiting Montepulciano gives you the opportunity to compare size of central squares. This famed hilltop village, less than a quarter the population of Siena, had kids skate boarding. It was not...More
Response from RandRCalifornia | Reviewed this property |
Hi - There is basically one main street up - and up and up and up - hahaha Wear good sneakers! Take the main road up and stop along the way at all the cute shops and places that let you taste wine for FREE. If you have a... More
Hi - There is basically one main street up - and up and up and up - hahaha Wear good sneakers! Take the main road up and stop along the way at all the cute shops and places that let you taste wine for FREE. If you have a guide book (Rick Steves is my favorite) you can just follow along as you go and learn about everything you see along the way. You will love it. Have a great time.
Response from cheesypapa | Reviewed this property |
We had a great experience using a company in Cortona for our visits around Tuscany. “Together in Tuscany”. Check out their website and contact them. They will do a great job putting visits around the area together for you.