The Valdelsa, set in the heart of Tuscany, is home to some of the region's most typical features. Its rolling, vine-covered hills are crossed by the Via Francigena, along which celebrated towns and villages were founded: Castelfiorentino, Certaldo and Montespertoli, the latter hosting two important local museums, one of religious art and the other of wine, embodying the history and the very soul of this generous land.
La predella degli Uffizi salvata al Castello di MontegufoniFrom 13/05/2022 to 07/01/2023
Montespertoli and its surroundings
The Valdelsa, set in the heart of Tuscany, is home to some of the region's most typical features
Giottesque Painters in the Valdelsa. The Exhibition
Two versions of the Madonna and Child juxtaposed for visitors to discover Lippo di Benivieni and the followers of Giotto in the Valdelsa
Filippo Lippi in Valdelsa
Lands of the Uffizi returns to Montespertoli with Filippo Lippi's beautiful "Barbadori Predella"