Special Guided Tours to Staggia Fortress, Abbadia Isola and Monteriggioni

Monteriggioni

Monteriggioni


Special guided toursare organized by Monteriggioni Tourist Board Office to discover three extraordinary places with a common history: Staggia Fortress, Abbadia Isola and Monteriggioni, of course.

The Fortress of Staggia is a medieval hamlet enclosed in massive walls, enforce by Florentine architect Filippo Brunelleschi in the Renaissance. It is located on the Via Francigena. Then Abbadia Isola is part of Monteriggioni area, and it is an old abbey dating back to 1001. Here you can admire the enchanting Abbey of Saints Salvatore and Cirino. And then comes Monteriggioni, one of the most famous medieval hamlet in Tuscany.

The guided tours in English aims to tell you the ancient history of these beautiful places and of the their surroundings. Each tour starts at 9.15 am from Staggia Fortress with the visit of the castle, then move to Abbadia Isola visiting the village and the Romanesque church, and to Monteriggion at the end.

All transfers are by own means. The tour costs 20 euro per person and 3 euro per children (4 to 12 y.o.). reservation is mandatory and can be made within 4 days before every visit and can be done by calling Monteriggioni tourist office 0577 304834 or by email info@monteriggioniturismo.it.

The guide tours are:

Sunday, May 27th
Saturday, June 2nd
Sunday, June 24th
Sunday, July 22nd
Sunday, July 29th
Sunday, August 5th
Tuesday, August 15th
Sunday, August 26th
Sunday, September 2nd
Sunday, September 23rd

For more information visit the official website of Monteriggioni Tourism.

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