The visit, in the form of dynamic urban trekking, will take us on a journey to discover the medieval city of Massa Marittima, one of the most important historical and artistic centres and ancient capital of the Tuscan Maremma. Still partly surrounded by a city wall, which still has two distinct phases of construction, the Massetana and the Sienese, in which doors open leading to the ancient centre, this village offers some of the most interesting works of art in Tuscany. We will begin the tour with the entrance to the Museum of San Pietro all’Orto, where many works of art can be found, including the prestigious Maestà of Lorenzetti. We will continue through the Terziere di Città Nuova up to the Torre del Candeliere, from the top of which you will be able to enjoy a breathtaking 360° panorama, which goes from the rolling metalliferous hills to the crystalline sea of the Gulf of Follonica. Walking through the alleys of the historic centre, passing the ancient Sienese arch, and crossing the Terziere di Città Vecchia and then Borgo, we will arrive in Piazza Garibaldi, the main square in the city, where the major architectural works can be found: the Cathedral of San Cerbone from the 12th century, the highest example of religious architecture in the Tuscan Maremma, the Palazzo Pretorio , now home to the Archaeological Museum, the Palazzo Comunale and the Palazzo Vescovile. In the late afternoon, we will stop for a tasting experience of typical Maremma produce. A few kilometres from Massa Marittima, we will have a photo stop to admire the Accesa Lake, a small body of water which is of interest due to its natural appearance and remarkable archaeological finds that took place in the neighbouring area.