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Walls of Monteriggioni

P.za Roma, 53035, Monteriggioni, Italy
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P.za Roma, 53035, Monteriggioni, Italy
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Reviewed 3 days ago

While you can't walk all the way around the walls, there are great views from those parts that you can walk. There are plenty of information boards too. The village of Montereggioni is lovely - a pleasant place for a stroll. It can get quite...More

Thank Julia E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Worth climbing the stairs even on a warm summer day. You can't walk the whole round but you'll get a nice view over the tuscan landscape

Thank Eline H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited monteriggioni on our way to Siana. Nice to see especially if you played assassins creed game. It's worse I stop for one or two hours.

Thank Ernesto P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Perfect Toscana walled city, grand edifice surrounding the medieval village from invaders long ago...not the towers like San Gimignano, but still fascinating and picturesque! Great views from the top of the walls of the surrounding countryside!

Thank Larry M
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

Magnifique place. Good to see sunset, after have dinner. Have excelent restaurant Antico Travaglio for all family.

Thank RHY1
Reviewed 20 June 2017

This was a very relaxing place to tour - no rushing about, no big crowds. you think you are just going into another castle but here is this village and the more you walk around the more interesting little shops you find tucked in here...More

Thank Cynthia R
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

The walk around the walls is a must if you visit Monteriggioni - the walk also has little bit of information as you go along. Really informative and stunning at the same time

Thank candiceh124
Reviewed 30 May 2017

From the main road, this hilltop fortress town looks really impressive. Unfortunately for us, we arrived in the pouring rain and could not venture very far. Still, what we saw, the main square, the church, the stores and restaurants, the friendly, warm-hearted people (one store...More

1  Thank Clubess1
Reviewed 25 May 2017

The towers are mostly of the form where there is no wall on the side facing the town so that, if an invader gets into one they have no protection from missiles fired from within the town. There is a section of wall walk accessible...More

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Thank Mike S
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Looking at the walls of Monteriggioni from a distance surrounded by the Tuscan hills is one of the best views and accordingly is in probably every guide book but to see it for yourself is still pretty amazing. There are two sections of the wall...More

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Ana B
12 May 2016|
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Response from AgeOldDinosaur | Reviewed this property |
There are no "tours" per se. It's an open little town that would welcome a visit. Despite its size, it is a real town and doesn't treat itself like an attraction. There is parking in the main square and other locations... More