A fascinating and romantic town located in the southern part of Tuscany. Its medieval characteristics have been conserved in its ancient buildings, small squares, narrow alleys and, maybe best of all, the warm, rich red bricks characteristic of the town.
It’s an enchanting city, surrounded by rolling green hills and cypress trees, where traditions handed down from father to son live on in the architecture, gastronomy and art.
Civil weddings are celebrated in the Palazzo Pubblico, one of the most beautiful town halls in Italy. It is located in Piazza del Campo, home of Palio, the world-famous horserace.
Ceremonies take place in the Sala del Concistoro, which were used for important political meetings during the Republic of Siena. The hall is covered by the beautiful affreschi of the famous painter Domenico Beccafumi.