The world-famous city for its urban units and the wonderful medieval architecture that make it a unique pearl in the world never loses an opportunity to demonstrate her beauty and All Saints'Holiday is without a doubt an excellent opportunity to immerse themselves in beautiful squares and alleys of the old Sena Julia. That of the Val d'Orcia is a truly unique landscape, whose legendary beauty, characterized by clusters of cypress trees in a circle and from the slopes of the Tuscan hills, is appreciable in historic towns such as Montalcino, Pienza and San Quirico d' Orcia, or on excursions along the Via Francigena. The best way to enjoy - in all senses - fully this land , however, is to follow it on board a vintage train, like the one that will flow along the disused railways of the Val d'Orcia the November 3, at the "Trenonatura" (Nature Train), an event that celebrates the love for this beautiful land and its best products, such as chestnuts of Mount Amiata, the protagonists of this day of the past. The Santa Maria della Scala devotes a magnificent retrospective at great photographer Steve McCurry titled "Journey around the man": can be visited in the rooms of the famous institute of Siena until November 3. The exhibition features about 200 photos taken in the more than 30-year career, including the most famous shots , which contain a sort of anthology of what they unanimously recognized as the most authoritative reference point in the world photo, author of a revolution in the way look at the world and photograph it. For the fourth time the festival "Terre di Siena en plein air", dedicated to travel slowly and outdoors, is on stage in Siena until November 17, will welcome for campers from all over Italy with a rich program of initiatives, an atmosphere of hospitality that makes the guest protagonist through deals, discounts and tailor-made initiatives such as walking along the Via Francigena , the wine tasting, visits to museums and relaxation in the best spas in the area.