Tuscany is famous in Italy and all over the world for its great treasures of art and culture, but there is a less known but equally fascinating Tuscany made up of small medieval villages, ancient convents, small churches, convents and small museums with a whole history to tell.
Montaione is just one of these fascinating places, happy to show its artistic and cultural heritage and ready to tell about its history.
If you love culture, you are really lucky to be here!
Here the history has left its mark: the territory, which has always been desidered for its strategic position in the center of Tuscany at the crossroads between Florence, Siena and Pisa and near the Via Francigena, still preserves tangible traces in the cultural and gastronomic traditions of those peoples which have crossed and lived in Montaione over the millennia.
The things to see are so many that it may seem difficult, but certainly exciting, to choose.
Just leave Montaione and pass through the Civic Museum and the Praetorian Palace, then come to the Church of San Regolo to know its origins, or, just out the walls, visit the Monastery and Jerusalem of San Vivaldo, the castel of Castelfalfi or the Sanctuary of Pietrina to discover traces of a glorious past.