Who said hiking can only be done in the countryside? Montepulciano, with its ups and downs, its green spaces and the magnificent views of the Valdorcia, is the ideal place for an urban trekking with a local guide who will introduce you to the history, legends and traditions of the Renaissance town that gave birth to Poliziano, poet and tutor of the children of Lorenzo the Magnificent. If then there were gourmets among the visitors, you can end the visit in one of the best cellars of Vino Nobile, dug under the soil of Montepulciano.
Warning: in compliance with the rules to limit the spread of Covid-19, during the visit the guide will wear a mask and / or visor and will wear gloves. Visitors are requested to have a mask to be used in the event that the safety distance cannot be maintained.
From Porta a Prato we will go up to the Church of Sant'Agostino, along Via di Voltaia, where are the main city buildings, to enjoy the view of the Church of San Biagio from above and then end on the top of the hill in Piazza Grande, the political and religious center of Montepulciano.