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Love Italy and loved exploring a new place!


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In my opinion every tour in the world would be made better by adding in a classic vintage fiat 500.


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Me and my friends did this together. It's a really unique and authentic way to experience Italy. Vespa's are great.


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Our tour was fabulous, plenty of insights, food and wine. The trasportation was good, the minivan had air-conditioning, which was highly appreciated.


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Major fun! Fresh air and countryside was wonderful!


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Enjoyed very much the Tuscan dishes, especially having them in such a beautiful countryside. The pickup and the drive were great and overall, felt like a very authentic experience. Recommen!


Siena Wine & Food Tours

Siena, the famous UNESCO world heritage site, is well known for its medieval palaces, renaissance churches, and Palio Horse Races. But there’s more to this little town than meets the eye. Siena boasts some spectacular food and some of the best Italian wines. The surrounding landscape is comprised of endless rolling hills, lined with vineyards, cypress trees, and picturesque villages. 

Indulge in Italian gastronomy with Siena wine tours & food excursions!

Experience all the highlights of Tuscany in one trip!

Discover the Tuscan countryside, with your friends or family while on a Chianti wine tour from Siena. Choose the experience that suits you best. Spend a full day traveling through stunning landscapes while delving into winemaking.

Amongst the finest wines, you’ll find exquisite Sienese cuisine. From unusual and unique treats in the local markets to simple menus and exotic delicacies in the city’s restaurants, Siena has a lot to offer, even for travelers with the most delicate palate. Book your food tour in Siena and enjoy a taste of delicious Italian cuisine!

Best Siena Wine Tours: Highlights

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Siena Food And Wine Tour Tips

Quick Facts



Known For

Medieval Town

Yearly Visitors


High Season

July - September

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

Best Siena Wine Tours: Highlights

  • Roll up your pants and get ready for grape stomping! The best wine tours in Siena Italy help you experience the full winemaking process, from picking up the grapes to bottling the beverage. 
  • Head south to the area where one of the oldest Italian wines comes from on Montepulciano wine tours from Siena. On your way down, stop at Crete Senesi and witness its unique and distinctive grey colored hills.
  • Explore above and beyond! Reserve a San Gimignano Day Trip from Siena and sip on Vernaccia di San Gimignano, one of the best white wines in Italy.
  • Once you’ve experienced a Siena wine tour, make sure you reserve a Siena food tour too. Stroll through the medieval town and enjoy a vast range of fantastic restaurants such as Val d'Orcia. 
  • Put on your apron and try your hand at preparing traditional Tuscan meals at a Siena Cooking Class in Chianti. 

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Before eating the appetizers and drinking all the wine, make sure to snap some signature shots. The food won’t last forever, but those photos will! 

  • Record a video of you and your companions raising your wine glasses as you say cheers for new adventures!
  • Take a selfie with the chef who created all the masterpieces you’re about to eat.
  • Capture the beautiful surrounding landscape on a full day Countryside Tour from Siena. 

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Siena Food And Wine Tour Tips

  • Before you start visiting wineries around Siena, make sure to study the guide for wine tasting Siena has to deepen your experience. 
  • Pace yourself at each stop while on your Siena food tour; leave room for all the Italian delicacies you will try along the way. 
  • Instead of renting a car and venturing out to explore Tuscany’s wine regions on your own, book a Siena Fiat 500 Full Day Tour for the ultimate sightseeing and gastronomical adventure. Get behind the wheel of the classic 1950s car, and an expert guide will lead you through the Chianti vineyards and villages.
  • If you have any allergies or special dietary requirements, let your guide know ahead of time. 
  • Tuscany is not only a wine estate, but it also produces some of the best olive oil in Italy. Upgrade your Siena wine tasting tour to a Tuscan food and wine tours from Siena and visit the vineyards and olive groves of Montalcino.


What food is famous in Siena?

Some of the most popular Sienese specialties are:

  • Panforte Senese: a dessert that contains fruits and nuts. 
  • Pecorino of Pienza: hard and salty cheese, made out of sheep's milk.
  • Buristo: pork sausage with raisins and pinenuts.
  • Pici all'aglione: hand made spaghetti with tomato and garlic sauce.
  • Ricciarelli biscuits: almond cookies. 

Taste the best food in Siena while admiring the outstanding old town square on a walking food tour Siena offers.

What are the best Tuscan wines?

For the red wine lovers, Chianti Classico Riserva and Brunello di Montalcino are great options; and Vernaccia di San Gimignano is the white wine alternative.

Why stick to one type when you can try them all on Siena wine tours? Savor the most excellent Italian wines, regardless of your preferred taste!

What are the best vineyards to visit near Siena?

Being in Siena means you’re in the right place to savor the best Tuscan wines. However, for a better way to experience them, it is advisable to move away from the city center. These are some of the best wineries near Siena Italy that you must visit: 

  • Antinori, Chianti.
  • Castiglion del Bosco, Montalcino.
  • Salcheto, Montepulciano.
  • Le Macchiole, Bolgheri.
  • Prima Pietra, Riparbella.

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