Tuscany cultural center of the Middle Ages

Thanks to our central situation there are major cultural centers are easily accessible from Montecerboli.

To start there is the city of Volterra, with its beautiful medieval atmosphere, the narrow alleys, the Medici fortress, Etruscan ruins, and the roman town built on even older ruins, the old city walls, which is still an integral part of the city, beautiful fortress gates, the alabaster city, used in the famous Vampire movie "Twilight"! the base of the Volturi clan. And there is much more to discover.

Also, about an hour there is the city of Siena, one of the most beautiful gothic medieval towns, which remaining conserved all the way from the XII-XIV centuries, when the city was famous for its wonderful creativity, to be seen in the masterpieces of the Sienian school, still there in evidence to this day. The beautiful clamshell main square, Il Campo, is perhaps the world's most beautiful medieval main square, the famous Gothic cathedral, on which worked the leading artist of the time, Pisano-sculptors, Donatello, Jacopo di Quercia ... The cult of St. Francis of Assisi, St. Bernard, St. Catherine of Siena, and many, many more religious cultural treasures can be seen. Like everywhere in Tuscany, here you can admire the power of the Medici family, symbolizing by the fortress. The Public Palace, the Mangia tower overlooking the city, demonstrate the greatness of medieval italian architecture. These of course are only a few things to exemplify what is in store for the visitor.

Florence, the city that captivated and fascinated everyone with the richness of its culture. It is very difficult to choose what to point you towards in Florence, so rich are its treasures. Florence is the Renaissance Capital. Closely associated with the name Michelangelo, Donatello, Raffaelo, Brunelleschi, Giotto, etc.. (In an almost infinite range), the greatest artists, who have all left their mark, which are can still be seen in the large variety of museums in Florence. A day or two at the least is certainly needed to explore the Renaissance city with its beautiful buildings, churches, pedestrian streets, ancient bridges, and the most famous of all the bridge of Ponte Vecchio.

Pisa,Italy, which was once one of the most important port cities, with the architectural and cultural masterpieces located in the Piazza dei Miracoli (Leaning Tower, Duomo, Baptistry, Cemetary), attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from all around the world in the city. It is almost superfluous to point out here, all the great actors of different centuries left their masterpieces in the remarcable Field of Miracles.