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Val d'Orcia, Tuscany

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Valley Historic Site
Established as a World Heritage Site, Val d'Orcia has inspired both Renaissance paintings and modern-day photographs with its flat chalk plains and fortified settlements. The breathtaking agricultural valley is dotted with villages such as Pienza, as well as vineyards that produce prestigious Italian wines. You can experience the area by hiking or driving. Consider finding a tour that offers a sunset package. Plan your Val d'Orcia visit and explore what else you can see and do in San Quirico d'Orcia using our San Quirico d'Orcia trip itinerary builder.
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  • The gentle rolling hills of Tuscany are great. We went for a walk to Pienza on the dirt road, rather than main road and it was great, as you got completely different views to when you're in a car. Kee...  more »
  • You just have to lose yourself in the landscape. There's no particular address or road. Every turn or corner has an amazing view. Don't forget to stop and take photos! Although they don't do justice c...  more »
  • I cannot imagine a trip to Tuscany without visiting Val d'Orcia. Every town, view or dirty road is so much worth there. Try to discover the area via your own path but do not miss San Quirico D'Orcia, ...  more »