The San Romano residence is the ideal place for those who come to Tuscany on vacation, with its central location you can easily reach cities of historical and cultural interest such as Florence, Siena, Pisa and Lucca.
Many are the smaller villages but always of considerable interest that are in the immediate vicinity worthy of being seen:
- Certaldo: birthplace of Giovanni Boccaccio, author of the Decameron and one of the most important writers of the 14th century, houses numerous buildings of historical and artistic interest located in the upper part of the town.
- Castelfiorentino: In the Middle Ages this area was a "road territory", within which the town was built near the intersection of the Via Francigena with the Via Volterrana, becoming the place of transit for pilgrims and travelers from Northern Europe they went to Rome.
- San Gimignano: characteristic for the medieval architecture of its historic center and the many towers, it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. To visit the civic museum full of paintings of the Florentine and Sienese school of the thirteenth century and the large tower of the 1300.
- Volterra: famous for its extraction, alabaster processing boasts a remarkable historical center of Etruscan origin.