Every year, the third weekend of June, "I Cavalieri di Santa Fina" evoke the traditional "FERIE MESSIUM".
This medieval festivity was tied to the harvests and all population celebrated it with songs and dances.
Today is recalled with medieval dances, games, craft market, the carousel of sticks and the beautiful historical parade through the streets of San Gimignano, which is divided into four
The retrospective exhibition dedicated to Helmut Newton by the Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of San Gimignano is open to the public from 18 April to 1 September 2019....
The exhibition project is by Matthias Harder, curator of the Helmut Newton Foundation of Berlin, who selected 60 photographs, over a period of time from 1974 to 2000, with the aim of presenting an overview of the long career
In synthesis "Nottilucente" can be described with these words: culture, music, art, entertainment and gastronomy.
The charm of the medieval village of San Gimignano: the streets and the squares of the historical centre are crossed by a festival that starts in the afternoon until the sunrise.
Museums and shops open, artists, dancers, writers, poets, musicians, food stands, are all the protagonists
Only if you sleep in the historical centre of San Gimignano, you can take in the magic of it, best appreciated when the crowds have thinned out and the town reveals itself in the warm evening light.
Casa Torre Margherita is a B&B and it offers elegantly furnished rooms set in a renovated 13th-century historic building in the heart of San Gimignano. This property features free WiFi throughout, a furnished terrace overlooking the Chianti hills.
The room Camilla Carlotta is dedicated to the last Franzesi Family heir, who married in 1835 Bernardino Talei in the chapel inside the palace. The room... Read more »
The room is named to Don Luigi Pecori, priest, poet and historian of San Gimignano, who resided here. This room retains on the vaulted ceiling the original... Read more »
The room is dedicated to Bernardino Talei, who married, in 1835 in the chapel inside the palace, Camilla Carlotta, the last Franzesi Family's heir. The room is located on the first floor, and it features a vaulted ceiling and a nineteenth-century antique fireplace, which is made with Carrara's marble. It overlooks... Read more »