Castelfiorentino has all the necessities including a train station. Here you can explore the Romanesque-Gothic church of St. Francis (13th century), the Romanesque pieve of Santi Pietro e Paolo, at Coiano (11th century) and the Sanctuary of Santa Verdiana (18th century). San Gimignano—one of the most visited towns in Tuscany—is known for its rich history dating back to the Etruscan times. It is full of life and things to do. Popular attractions include the famous towers, the 12th century Duomo, the People's Palace, and several museums dedicated to artwork and archeology. There are also wine tasting tours, art galleries, shops, and good restaurants. Numerous celebrations and gatherings are held every year including a music festival featuring theater, ballet, and opera performances, and a Medieval Harvest festival where the people of San Gimignano dress up as knights, play medieval games, and have tournaments.
Nearby Attractions: Whether you prefer art, history, culture, regional events, or undemanding relaxation, there is no better locale for exploring Tuscany than the area near Montaione. The charming hilltop town of Montaione, with Etruscan origins, is located in the center of the triangle formed by the historic cities of Florence, Pisa, and Siena, each approximately 50 kilometers away. Here you can enjoy the atmosphere of a typical Tuscan town, shop at the outdoor markets, visit one of the churches, peruse the crafts market for treasures, and pick up your groceries. This is a great location for enjoying the Tuscan countryside, as well as for taking day trips to San Gimignano, Siena, and Volterra, a 30-minute drive away.
Siena: 65 km/41 mi
Florence Airport: 57 km/35 mi
Volterra: 47 km/29 mi
San Gimignano: 32 km/20 mi
Certaldo: 22 km/14 mi
Montaione (Town and Bus): 7 km/4 mi
Castlefiorentino (Town and Train Station): 6 km/4 mi