Montevettolini is a charming medieval village in the hills of the Tuscan city of Pistoia. It is part of the municipality of Monsummano Terme. During my visit in Pistoia, I literally enjoyed exploring medieval towns. Montevettolini is one of those villages where the silence enters your veins; maybe, this is one of the reasons why I won’t forget this trip. The walls steeped in history retain the charm of streets, alleys, views, palaces and ancient churches, and you’ll be catapulted into the past. Walking through the narrow streets you can enjoy superb views. It seems that time has stopped.
Everything is well preserved: the Town Hall, the Church of San Michele Arcangelo dated XII-XIII with the Bell Tower. The center of the town was the seat of power and it remains intact in every detail.
TIP: The entrance to Montevettolini is FREE. During the events you can make an offer.
Nature and history at the same time! Enjoy the last view of Montevettolini!
Do you like medieval villages? They are so lovely and you could combine them if you are spending a romantic day in Florence!
Leave a comment and let me know if you have ever visited one of them!