In a corner of Tuscany between Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia, a week dedicated to your wellness in the famous spa town, with cultural excursions to nearby towns and local museums.
Weekly Wellness Programme
Arrival at Chianciano and transfer to the hotel. Illustration of the weekly wellness programme followed by dinner at the hotel and overnight stay.
Sources of Health
After breakfast, medical visit and morning of selected treatments. After lunch, tour of Chianciano Terme, along the wide avenues leading to the huge Parco delle Fonti and the adjacent Parco di Fucoli, to the Acquasanta Complex and the building of the Sant’Elena source. Return to the hotel in the evening for dinner and overnight stay.
Chianciano at Your Disposal
After breakfast, morning of selected treatments. Afternoon free. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, morning of selected treatments. After lunch, visit to the Civic Museum of Archaeology of the waters of
Chianciano Terme, inaugurated in 1997, which houses artefacts excavated in the area. In the section containing remains
from the necropolises, the large burial chamber of an Etruscan prince who died at the end of the 7th century B.C. has been
rebuilt. Findings from other tombs on display include numerous vases in bucchero (soft red earth) and bronze and ceramics imported from Attica. In the basement are displayed clay canopic jars of bones with human characteristics, while the antiquarium contains manufactures from Vulci. There is an impressive collection of Etruscan jewellery, from the beautifully decorated casketshaped earrings to the large brooch and chain, from bracelets to fibulas. Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight stay at the hotel.
The Ideal Town
After breakfast, morning of selected treatments. After lunch, visit to Montepulciano, known as the 16th century pearl because of its monuments built by famous Renaissance architects. Piazza Grande is surrounded by buildings such as the Public Palace, designed by Michelozzo, the Cathedral with its incomplete façade, and a number of palaces by Sangallo and Peruzzi. The Civic Museum contains a collection of paintings by the Siena school and some glazed terracotta, typical of Della Robbia. In the valley below the town is the Church of San Biagio, a masterpiece by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder. Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, departure as planned.