No other region in Italy offers art, culture and nature in such a pleasant way as Tuscany does. Medieval fortresses and castles and venerable monasteries bear fierce witness to the region's long history, declared a Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The Adler Thermae is close to the evocative Medieval village of Bagno Vignoni, characterized by an ancient thermal basin (where the waters of the original source flow), surrounded by inns, historic houses and even a church, just like the main square of any village.
This fairy-tale landscape - occupying the southern tip of the Province of Siena - is flanked by two historical towns which are world-famous for their wines: Montalcino with its Brunello in the west and Montepulciano with its "Vino Nobile" in the east. The two towns are just 35 km apart. In between these two bastions of wine-making lies another UNESCO World Heritage site, Pienza, offering wonderful panoramic views at a height of 429 metres above sealevel.
The medieval town with its splendid Renaissance buildings is the first example of an ideal city based on the aesthetics of Renaissance times, a perfect balance between beauty and functionality.