The thing I love most about Tuscany is that every hill is topped with some medieval town. I could spend a lifetime exploring all the old towns there. But seeing as we only had a week we only got to see a few.
The first one we saw was the walled city of Monteriggioni built in 1213. The walls and buildings are the best preserved in all of Italy. The city itself was tiny we only spent an hour or so walking around, here are some pictures:
Luke enjoying a coffee
We didn't go into town. Instead, we took a detour to see the Etruscan burial vault at Mt. Calvario.
Our last little Tuscan town was Montefioralle. It was a charming town with cobblestone streets that Jack loved to walk on
This town claims to be the birthplace of Amerigo Vespucci
We headed back into the car for the final part of our trip. Florence.