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The town of Montepulciano in the scenic Tuscan province of Siena is an idyllic holiday destination which will keep you coming back over and over again. Nestled in breathtaking hilly landscapes peppered with vineyards and ancient relics, this part of the world makes for a fantastic break. When considering a holiday here, travellers should do well to plan carefully: trust to book you into the best Montepulciano hotels in just a few clicks of your mouse! On travellers can peruse local hotels, situate each on a map of the local area, inspect previous guest ratings and room photo galleries, and decide on the right hotel based on vicinity to landmarks or room and bathroom configuration.

What's Montepulciano Like?

Montepulciano is a wonderful place to be: the quintessential hilltop Tuscan town straight out of a postcard. This romantic, picturesque spot is a magnet to food and wine lovers as well as to culture vultures. Proud in its millennial history from its Etruscan roots to the splendour of the Renaissance and beyond, Montepulciano is wondrous but still relatively under-exploited by international tourism, and a marvellous place to unwind. The main sights in the town are its stunning Medieval town walls, the Cathedral, the Chiesa di San Biagio, the Chiesa del Gesù, the Palazzo Nobili-Tarugi and the Palazzo Bucelli- the latter for some fascinating rare Etruscan inscriptions displayed in its basement.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Montepulciano

Locals in Montepulciano are extremely jovial, friendly and as warm as the summers in this part of the world. It would be helpful, however, to master some Italian in order to communicate with them. Seeing as there are never that many foreign tourists around these parts except for a couple of weeks in summer- usually coinciding with the Palio in Siena, natives are not fluent in English. If you can manage some basic conversation, the locals will make you feel right at home and you will be able to soak in the atmosphere of this scenic part of Tuscany. Try local dishes such as Crostini Bianchi (local farm bread slices spread thick with a butter, truffle and cheese cream) and sweet delights Panforte di Siena (a rich fruit and nut loaf) and Ricciarelli di Siena, cookies of almonds and candied fruit. Vino lovers will have a field day sampling local yield Nobile di Montepulciano, the illustrious Brunello di Montalcino and the king of Italian wines- Chianti, in all its local varieties. Trust to find you the perfect hotel room, your home from home in Montepulciano, and enjoy your stay!