Siena
Buonconvento
Buonconvento The Essential
Built entirely of brick, this village surrounded by its medieval ramparts lies on the ancient Via Cassia which once linked Siena to Rome. It is crossed by the Via Soccini, a street adorned with a Jesuit-style fronted church and the Pretorio Palace which is dominated by an elegant tower, not dissimilar to the one in Siena. In 1313, Emperor Henry VII died in Buonconvento, which is also home to an interesting museum of sacred art.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Buonconvento
Museo di Arte Sacra della Val d'Arbia
Museo di Arte Sacra della Val d'Arbia
In addition to the gold and silver ware
90 minutes
Museum of Sacred art
Museum of Sacred art
This museum houses a collection of
60 minutes