On Saturday we pulled a Diane Lane and went on a bus tour of Tuscany. Throughout our day under the Tuscan sun we visited
San Gimignano, Siena, Monteriggioni, and Chianti.
Our first stop, San Gimignano, was a small town surrounded by walls. I loved the quiet streets and quaint leather shops.
The town also provided great views of the Italian countryside.
Our next stop was the hilly but beautiful Siena.
A friend recommended Nonno Mede’s pizza so we decided to take a lunch break there. The pizza was definitely some of the best I have had so far on the trip.
I was so surprised by this grand square in the middle of Siena.
The tiny town of Monteriggioni only has 58 residents, but I loved exploring the streets. I also had some amazing blood orange juice in a cafe there.
We ended the tour with an incredible olive oil and balsamic vinegar tasting in Chianti.