Asciano and its territory

between Middle Age and Renaissance

Program
The day begins with a walk along Corso Matteotti (the ancient part of Via Lauretana inside the town walls) to discover one of the main monuments of “Il Paese del Garbo” (the town of courtesy, politness). Crossing the medieval Piazza del Grano we will then arrive at the Palazzo Corboli Museum. Here you can find the many works of art created by the greatest Sienese artists from the 14th to the 16th century: Ambrogio Lorenzetti, the Master of the Observance, Matteo di Giovanni, Rutilio Manetti and precious wooden sculptures such as those of Giovanni Pisano and Francesco di Valdambrino together with a collection of Etruscan finds  coming from the various archaeological complexes in the area. Lunch in a restaurant (first, second, side dish, dessert, water and wine).

The early afternoon is dedicated to visiting the Cassioli Museum. A small museum   in honor of the painter Amos Cassioli and the Sienese painting school of the nineteenth century exhibition.

In the early afternoon, free transfer to the Abbey Monte Oliveto Maggiore (8km) Abbey and guided view. The fourteenth-century abbey has dominated the rugged landscape of the Crete Senesi for seven hundred years. Decorated with frescoes by Sodoma and Signorelli, it represents an example of Renaissance painting in the Sienese land. End of our services
 

€88 per pax (children 4-14 yeras old  €30, under 4 free)

Duration about 6h. (more the time for the lunch). Beginning h10.00. Every day (except Monday).

Languages: Italian, Spanish, English, French.
 

Included in the price:

Lunch in a restaurant in Asciano (first, second, dessert, ¼ of house wine and water included). Lunch not included for infants under 4;

Entrances at Museo Palazzo Corboli;

Guided tour of Asciano and  Monte Oliveto Maggiore


Transfers are free and not included.

Notes: The tour is max in two languages chosen by the first people who book. The tour is  available  only if there are reservations.

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