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Surrounded by some of the most alluring and picturesque countryside in Tuscany, the Hotel Sangallo is situated along S.S. (State Road) 146, which runs between Montepulciano and Chianciano. This area is home to the hills that are famous for their Vino Nobile and Chianti wines, and it offers a panoramic view of Lake Trasimeno and Lake Montepulciano, where the LIPU bird oasis is located.
The hotel was named after its architect, Antonio da Sangallo, who also built one of the area's most important architectural masterpieces, the Church of San Biagio.

Far removed from any kind of industrial activity or noise, the Hotel Sangallo is an ideal place for those who want to enjoy a relaxing holiday. Our guests have the possibility of exploring the Tuscan countryside and its tiny medieval villages, which offer evidence of a whole range of various cultures, including Paleolithic, Etruscan, Roman and Renaissance civilizations. The beauty of the landscape has provided the setting for numerous advertisements and films ("The English Patient", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", etc.). Our guests can also rejuvenate themselves nearby at Montepulciano 's hot springs, where diagnoses and therapies are conducted for ear, nose and throat medicine, bronchopneumonia, aesthetic dermatology, rheumatic physiotherapy, gynecology, vascular and orthopedic rehabilitation.
The hot springs at Chianciano Terme cure problems of the liver and gastrointestinal tract, and the Bagni di San Filippo are renowned for the swimming pool and natural waterfall, whose water springs out of the ground at 52C and cures illnesses involving the bones, nerves and joints.
Because of the Hotel Sangallo's strategic location, our guests can easily reach some of the most beautiful towns in Central Italy and Tuscany in a short amount of time:

  Tempio di San Biagio - Montepulciano
  Siena - Tuscany
Siena, Perugia, Florence, Assisi, Orvieto and San Gimignano...

These day trips allow our guests to discover towns in the Tuscan countryside that are known not only for their wine (such as Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, and Chianti), but also for their locally made cheeses (such as Pecorino di Pienza), olive oil and jams. Other characteristic products include ceramics and majolica from Cortona and Chiusi, crystal from Colle Val d'Elsa, and alabaster and onyx from Volterra. Finally, for those who enjoy bike riding and hiking, our hotel offers a "bicycle touring guide" containing 12 itineraries to be covered by foot or bicycle.