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    montepulciano run

    among vineyards and hills of the Vino Nobile

    from September 29 to October 1, 2017

    montepulciano (siena) tuscany

MontepulcianoRun
Among vineyards and hills of the Vino Nobile

in Montepulciano, in the province of Siena,
from September 29 to October 1, 2017

In one of the places that best represent the “Terre di Siena”, here is the second edition of Montepulciano Run, a "3 day" of jogging sports, competitive and non-competitive, dedicated to the joy of being together, to compete, to race, or just to stroll following a slower pace.

Many events are planned; and also many moments of pure fun in which everyone can participate. The sites are among the most beautiful in Tuscany, situated between vineyards and olive groves, a few steps from the Val d'Orcia, in an old town that is steeped of history and Renaissance culture.
And then there are many wineries, some with architectural beauty which deserve a visit from also those who do not drink wine, others in the surrounding rolling countryside.

For all, athletes and spectators, we are able to meet every need.

Our events

Sport in the midst of beauty

Those who think of Tuscany with hills dotted with cypress trees, with rows of vineyards and olive groves, villages remained intact over the centuries, ancient farms - farms - which rise solitary and proud guarding the fields. Then you get to Montepulciano and you realize that Tuscany,  straight out of a postcard, really exists. Now try to imagine as you do sports, while you stand in competition or simply enjoying a walk in places like these, where everything speaks of beauty, art, good living, the desire to feel good...

Montepulciano Run is waiting for you

from September 29 to October 1, 2017

How to get there

By train

Chiusi - Chianciano Terme train station, on the main railway line Florence-Rome.

By car

A1 Highway. From Florence exit Valdichiana, from Rome exit Chiusi-Chianciano Terme.

In aereo

Three international airports:

  • Perugia - Sant'Egidio (km 75)
  • Florence- Amerigo Vespucci (km 130)
  • Rome - Leonardo da Vinci (km 200)